Harvey Rubin, MD, PhD
Dr. Rubin received his PhD in Molecular
Biology from the University of Pennsylvania in 1974
and his MD from Columbia University in 1976. He was
a House Officer in Medicine at The Peter Bent Brigham
Hospital in Boston and did his fellowship in infectious
diseases at Harvard and the Brigham. Dr. Rubin joined
the faculty at the University of Pennsylvania in 1983
and became Professor of Medicine in 1998. Dr. Rubin
holds secondary appointments as Professor in the Department
of Microbiology, School of Medicine and as Professor
of Computer and Information Sciences at the University
of Pennsylvania School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
At the present time Dr. Rubin serves as a member of
the School of Medicine Curriculum Committee. He won
the Donald B Martin, MD Teaching Service Award in 1996.
He also serves as the course director for the Wilderness
He is the Director of the Institute for Strategic Threat
Analysis and Response (ISTAR) at the University
of Pennsylvania .
Dr. Rubin (extended CV)