Dr. Davidson

Dr. Bruce Davidson

Clinical Professor of Medicine, Washington State University

Bruce L. Davidson, MD MPH, a clinician, researcher and medical educator, is Board-certified in pulmonary diseases and internal medicine, with an MPH from Johns Hopkins. Currently Clinical Professor of Medicine at Washington State University Floyd College of Medicine, he is former Professor of Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College and Clinical Professor at the University of Washington.

He first used low-dose upper-room germicidal UVC 254nm in Philadelphia’s TB Clinic in 1994 where he served as Director of the TB Control Program, member, Pennsylvania TB Advisory Committee, and on the Pennsylvania State Health Facility Hearing Board. He was elected Vice President, then President of the National TB Controllers Association and appointed by CDC to HHS Secretary Shalala’s Advisory Council for the Elimination of TB. He is former Governor for State of Washington for the American College of Chest Physicians and was Associate Editor of its journal CHEST from 1996-2018. He is expert in blood clotting and anticoagulation and co-authors the current chapter describing treatment and prevention of pulmonary embolism and deep vein thrombosis in the leading Pulmonary Medicine textbook, Murray & Nadel’s Textbook of Respiratory Medicine. He helped lead Phase 1 through Phase 3 development of NIH’s oral quadrivalent live reassortant oral rotavirus vaccine.

With an early interest in international medical education, he served the University of Colorado School of Medicine at its affiliated King Saud University in Riyadh as Assistant Professor and Medical ICU director, for Weill Cornell Medical College at its affiliated Doha, Qatar campus as Senior Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs and Medical ICU attending, and has been five times invited as a guest professor in different regions of China.

Dr. Davidson

Dr. Bruce Davidson

Clinical Professor of Medicine, Washington State University

Bruce L. Davidson, MD MPH, a clinician, researcher and medical educator, is Board-certified in pulmonary diseases and internal medicine, with an MPH from Johns Hopkins. Currently Clinical Professor of Medicine at Washington State University Floyd College of Medicine, he is former Professor of Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College and Clinical Professor at the University of Washington.

He first used low-dose upper-room germicidal UVC 254nm in Philadelphia’s TB Clinic in 1994 where he served as Director of the TB Control Program, member, Pennsylvania TB Advisory Committee, and on the Pennsylvania State Health Facility Hearing Board. He was elected Vice President, then President of the National TB Controllers Association and appointed by CDC to HHS Secretary Shalala’s Advisory Council for the Elimination of TB.

He is former Governor for State of Washington for the American College of Chest Physicians and was Associate Editor of its journal CHEST from 1996-2018. He is expert in blood clotting and anticoagulation and co-authors the current chapter describing treatment and prevention of pulmonary embolism and deep vein thrombosis in the leading Pulmonary Medicine textbook, Murray & Nadel’s Textbook of Respiratory Medicine. He helped lead Phase 1 through Phase 3 development of NIH’s oral quadrivalent live reassortant oral rotavirus vaccine.

With an early interest in international medical education, he served the University of Colorado School of Medicine at its affiliated King Saud University in Riyadh as Assistant Professor and Medical ICU director, for Weill Cornell Medical College at its affiliated Doha, Qatar campus as Senior Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs and Medical ICU attending, and has been five times invited as a guest professor in different regions of China.