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Long time IPC councilor Dr. Wayne Gulliver has been awarded the 15th annual Albert Neisser Lecture. Dr. Gulliver was presented with the prestigious award at this year’s European Hidradenitis Suppurativa Foundation Conference in Poland.

Dr. Wayne Gulliver is a Dermatologist experienced as a clinician, educator, administrator, clinical and basic science researcher.  For nearly 30 years, Dr. Gulliver has been in clinical practice  and has supervised over 250 clinical trials covering many aspects of dermatology with the focus in genetics, psoriasis, wound care, virology and hidradenitis suppurativa. He has more than 100 published papers authored or co-authored, as well as more than 200 abstracts authored or co-authored.

Wayne Gulliver currently serves as Prof. of Medicine and Dermatology, Memorial University of Newfoundland. He is also an Adjunct Prof. to Henan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China and Zhengzhou University, China and is a past member of the Governing Council of the National Research Council.

The Albert Neisser Lectureship has been awarded since 2005 and is given to honour Prof. Dr. Albert Neisser, who was appointed professor extraordinarius by the University of Wroclaw Medical School at the age of 29, in 1882. Dr. Neisser’s accomplishments include his work on discovering the pathogen of leprosy as well as STDs. He was also active in the field of public health and clinical research. Some notable recipients include Prof. Dr. Andrew Y. Finlay, Cardiff, UK and Prof. Dr. med. Dr. h.c. Thomas Ruzicka, Munich, Germany. 

Dr. Gulliver is also the first Canadian to receive such a prestigious international medical award.

To read more about Dr. Gulliver and the Albert Neisser Lecture, click here.

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