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Max Grogl

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Army Corps

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Army Corps

7701 Telegraph Rd

Alexandria, Virginia,22315

United States

Company Description

As one of the finest National Guard bands in the nation, the 122nd utilizes its resources to perform dozens of missions each year across the state. Citizens, soldiers, and musicians alike all agree that the 122nd Army Band is one of the leading groups of its k...more

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Employment History

Director of the Division of Experimental Therapeutics

Walter Reed Army Institute of Research


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www.medindia.net

Max Grogl, director of the Division of Experimental Therapeutics at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research.


www.militarymedical.com

Max Grogl, director of the
Tunisian teams," said Grogl. According to Grogl, the Army is in a great position to use the topical


www.mmt-kmi.com

Colonel Max Grogl, an Army parasitologist working at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, had been developing a cream based on two antibiotics - paromomycin and gentamicin - that could be applied topically to cutaneous leishmaniasis lesions.In early testing, this new topical showed significant efficacy against cutaneous leishmaniasis and was envisioned as a near-ideal replacement for Pentostam as the first-line treatment for this disease.


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