45 years in clinical care and teaching at the University of Pennsylvania. Extensive experience in the developing world.
Dr. Stephen Gluckman is Professor of Medicine at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and the Medical Director, Penn Global Medicine. He has been in the practice of both General Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases for over 45 years and is the recipient of over 20 teaching awards.
Dr. Gluckman has a particular interest in International Medicine and has provided care and taught in many countries in a number of different capacities. He has worked and taught at mission hospitals in Liberia and India. He has taught, and evaluated HIV and other public health programs for CARE International in Afghanistan, Haiti and Tanzania. He has taught for Health Volunteers Overseas in Kenya and Uganda. He has taught HIV care in China at the request of the Chinese Medical Association. For the seven years he worked in Botswana helping the government to organize and implement a national HIV treatment and prevention program and contributing to the patient care and education at Princess Marina Hospital. He helped in the creation of the first medical school in Botswana. For past three years he has been advising the Double-Cure Medical Center in Mpigi, Uganda.
Medical Director, Penn Global Medicine
Director, Global Medicine Clinic