Ralph I. Horwitz, MD

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholar, 1975-1977

    • January 24, 2013

Position: Senior Vice President for Clinical Evaluation Sciences and Senior Advisor to the Chairman of Research and Development at GlaxoSmithKline
Harold H. Hines, Jr. Professor Emeritus of Medicine and Epidemiology
Yale University, New Haven, Conn.

Clinical Scholar: 1975–1977, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Conn.

Research Project: "New Methods of Sampling and Analysis to Remove Bias in Case-Control Research—No Association Found for Estrogens and Endometrial Cancer"

Clinical Specialty: Internal Medicine

Ralph Horwitz completed his Clinical Scholars program fellowship at Yale University School of Medicine in 1977, and a year later, after finishing his residency, joined the faculty there as assistant professor of medicine and co-director of Yale's Clinical Scholars program. In that capacity, he has helped to train nearly 75 scholars for faculty careers in general medicine and general pediatrics. As a general internist and clinical epidemiologist, his major research emphasis is studying the strategies of clinical care. Much of Horwitz's research program is devoted to developing methodologic techniques that can ensure valid and generalizable answers to relevant clinical questions.

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