Robert H. Getzenberg is an experienced health and wellness professional

January 11, 2014
 

Robert  Getzenberg is a graduate of Rutgers University, in New Jersey. He was able to attain his Bachelors of Arts in Microbiology from Rutgers Universitty in 1987. Robert H. Getzenberg soon found his interest was in medicine and began to move into that career path. Getzenberg was able to get into John Hopkins University School of Medicine, which is one of the most highly respected medical schools in the world, and in 1992 he graduated with his Ph.D., His post-doctoral fellowship was completed at Yale University's School of Medicine. Dr. Robert H. Gertzenberg was free to work in a number of different fields from that point forward, but he has made a name for himself by working in urology. 
 
Robert H. Getzenberg is an experienced health and wellness professional, having working in as a medical professional for many years now. He has done unique research, extensive writing, and has worked as a urological specialist in a variety of different capacities. Currently, Dr. Robert H. Getzenberg is employed as the Director of Strategic Clinical Affairs for Gtx Inc. Before that, Dr. Robert H. Getzenberg was employed as the Director of Research for the James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute, which has been considered one of the top urological facilities in the United States for over twenty years now. Before being employed at the James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute, Dr. Robert H. Getzenberg was employed at the John Hopkins School of Medicine as a Professor of Urology. Being able to teach at one of the most prestigious medical schools in the country heavily influenced Dr. Robert H. Getzenberg. 
 
Dr. Robert H. Getzenberg is considered a leader in his field. Dr. Robert Getzenberg has served in a number of different international leadership positions for organizations involved with urological studies or research during his many years in the field. Dr. Robert H. Getzenberg is a member of a number of different medical organizations, too, including the American Urological Association, the American Society of Clinical Oncology, the American Association for Cancer Research, and others.