William Greenough - Wikipedia

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William B. Greenough III (* January 3rd 1932 in Providence (Rhode Iceland) ) is an American physician. He is a specialist in the treatment of diarrheal diseases such as cholera in the Third World.

Greenough studied chemistry at Amherst College (Bachelor 1953) and medicine at Harvard Medical School (MD 1957). 1962 to 1965, he served as surgeon for the U.S. National Public Health Service (USNHS) when cholera research laboratory in Dhaka ( Bangladesh ) and then to 1967 at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). 1967 to 1969 he was assistant professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins University (and urban hospitals in Baltimore) and 1969 to 1983 he was associate professor of medicine there and microbiology. At the same time, he was from 1970 to 1976 head of infectious diseases at Johns Hopkins Hospital (and at the same time the NIAID [1] of the NIH, the Bacteriology and Mycology department, he 1974-1976 board) and 1977-1979 academic director of the Cholera Research Centre in Dhaka (whose advice He also later board). 1979 to 1985 he was head of the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research in Dhaka. Since 1984, he has a full professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins University. He is there in geriatrics at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center and Professor of International Health at the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins. In geriatric medicine he was taking part in a long-term program for home care (hospital at home), where he applied his extensive experience from developing countries (for example in the Rehydrierungsbehandlung and generally poorer in the treatment of the population with low costs).

He dealt with cholera research and examined the mechanisms of action of the votes cast by the cholera bacteria toxin . He was also in the development of effective methods of oral fluid intake (Oral Rehydration Therapy ORT) involved in cholera and other diarrheal diseases [2] , especially under conditions of the Third World (see WHO drinking solution ). The development of an oral therapy was then a novel idea, although the problems in the use of intravenous hydration were evident in the Third World. Greenough was in the development of ORT part of a group of U.S. physicians in the 1960s in Bangladesh. [3] In the late 1970s he was also the development of a rice-based ORT for developing countries involved (a suggestion from Michael Field following) [4] .

In 1983 he was awarded with John S. Fordtran and Michael Field the King Faisal Prize in Medicine for research on diarrheal diseases. With field he worked in the early 1970s on the effect of cholera toxin together [5] . In 1984 he received the Maurice Pate Prize of UNICEF . In 2001 he held the Howard Florey Medal Lecture in Adelaide .

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