Ronald Tompkins

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Ronald G. Tompkins, MD, ScD, is a leading trauma and burn physician and trauma specialist at the Massachusetts General Hospital.[1] Tompkins, along with Dr. Wenzhong Xiao, leads the Harvard ME/CFS Collaborative Research Center, whose funding was provided by the Open Medicine Foundation.[2]

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  • Sumner M. Redstone Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School[3]
  • Division Chief, Surgery, Science and Bioengineering, Division of Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital[3] 
  • Founding Director, The Institute for Bioengineering and Biotechnology, a division in Surgery at Mass General[3]

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  • BA, Chemistry, Tulane University, 1972[3]
  • MD, Medicine, Tulane University, 1976[3]
  • SM, Chemical Engineering, MIT, 1983[3]
  • ScD, Chemical Engineering, MIT, 1983[3]
  • Honorary M.A. from Harvard University[3]

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