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Joseph Gonnella

JOSEPH GONNELLA, Dean, Jefferson Medical College and Senior Vice President for academic affairs, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia "As a physician, I find THE SCIENTIST gives a very balanced view of science and the impact that it has on society." Joseph Gonnella applies the scientific method to his work both as a physician and as an academic administrator. He is dedicated to assessing the competence and problem-solving skills of physicians. Gonnella developed classifications of stages

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Joseph Gonnella JOSEPH GONNELLA, Dean, Jefferson Medical College and Senior Vice President for academic affairs,
Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia

"As a physician, I find THE SCIENTIST gives a very balanced view of science and the impact that it has on society."

Joseph Gonnella applies the scientific method to his work both as a physician and as an academic administrator. He is dedicated to assessing the competence and problem-solving skills of physicians. Gonnella developed classifications of stages of disease progression that are now used extensively in evaluating the quality of health care.

Born in Italy, Gonnella actively maintains international ties. His professional contributions have been honored by the governments of Italy, Korea, and China.

Gonnella believes in learning from the results of all types of experiments -- just one reason why he appreciates the broad coverage he finds in THE SCIENTIST. He says: "As a physician, I find THE SCIENTIST gives...

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