Stephen A. Berger

Director of Geographic Medicine at TAM

Location:
777 E. Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Company:
TAM
HQ Phone:
(414) 297-5711
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Last Updated 11/30/2017

General Information

Employment History

Head of Judaic Studies  - King David High School

Associate Professor of Medicine  - Tel Aviv University

Principal  - Torah High

Education

B.A.  - Brooklyn College

M.D  - B.A. and New York Medical College

M.D.  - Oxford

Web References  

Advisory Board - GIDEON - Global Infectious Diseases and Epidemiology Online Network

Stephen Berger, MD
Dr. Stephen A. Berger is currently affiliated with the Tel Aviv Medical Center as both Director of Geographic Medicine and of Clinical Microbiology. He also serves as Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Tel-Aviv School of Medicine. He was awarded the New York Medical College Teaching Award five times, and received the Certificate of Knowledge in Clinical Tropical Medicine from the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene in 1998. Dr. Berger has published over 180 professional articles and books, including Introduction to Infectious Diseases and The Healthy Tourist.

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Press Archives - Page 2 of 2 - GIDEON - Global Infectious Diseases and Epidemiology Online Network

Dr. Steve Berger, GIDEON's Chief Medical Advisor, is quoted in the article "Is Your Keyboard Making You Sick?
in the US News and World Report: "The bottom line is it's actually nothing to worry about," says Steve Berger, director of microbiology and tropical medicine at the Tel Aviv Medical Center. "We're living in a sea of bacteria. Dr Berger quoted in Financial Times Financial Times logo In an article about Viropharma's Camvia's treatment paradigm, there is a quote from Steve, GIDEON's Chief Medical Advisor, who used GIDEON to provide information on warnings for Ganciclovir: Dr Stephen Berger, Director of Geographic Medicine and of Clinical Microbiology at Tel Aviv Medical Center, said the current standard of care, oral ganciclovir is quite toxic, and has 41 toxicities and 14 drug to drug interactions. In addition to myelosuppression, other side-effects include hair-loss and anemia. posted inPress | Comments Off on Dr Berger quoted in Financial Times "I'm proud that Gideon has the opportunity to make a difference during this crisis, and hearing the words of appreciation from relief workers further proves our faith in the product and its capabilities," says Blackman, who founded the company with his partner, Dr. Steve Berger over ten years ago.

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Advisors, Contributing Editors, Expert Authors

Stephen A. Berger
Stephen A. Berger is the developer of GIDEON (Global Infectious Disease and Epidemiology Network), the world's premier global infectious diseases database used by the World Health Organization (WHO), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), PROMED, and other infectious disease specialists and groups. In addition to serving on the GIDEON Board of Advisors, Dr. Berger is currently affiliated with the Tel Aviv Medical Center as both Director of Geographic Medicine and of Clinical Microbiology. He also serves as Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Tel-Aviv School of Medicine. He has been awarded the New York Medical College Teaching Award 5 times. Dr. Berger is the author of numerous articles and books, including Introduction to Infectious Diseases, The Healthy Tourist, and Viral Diseases: A Global Guide.

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