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Administrative TitleJohn Noble, MD Professor in General Internal Medicine and Vice Chair of Public Health, Department of Medicine, Boston University Chobanian and Avedisian School of Medicine
EducationBaylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX, 1983
Resident, Internal Medicine, BUSM, Boston City Hospital, 1986
Clinical and Research Fellow, General Internal Medicine, Harvard Medical School, MGH, 1989
ResidencyInternal Medicine, Boston City Hospital, Boston, MA Resident (Internal Medicine), Boston City Hospital, 1983-1988
FellowshipGeneral Internal Medicine (Clinical and Research), Massachusetts General Hospital, 1986-1989
Board CertificationsInternal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine and Addiction Medicine, American Board of Preventive Medicine
Special InterestsSubstance use in medical settings, substance use and HIV infection, health professional substance use education
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