Rheumatology and Immunology

Gerald Moore, M.D.

Gerald Moore

Professor, Internal Medicine                                             
Division of Rheumatology                                                                                    

Academic Office: 
MSB 55114
University of Nebraska Medical Center
983025 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE  68198-3025

Practice Location: 
University of Nebraska Medical Center

Education:
1967     B.S. Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lincoln, NE
1971     M.D. University of Nebraska College of Medicine, Omaha, NE 
1972     Rotating Internship, Bronson Methodist Hospital, Kalamazoo, MI 
1975     Residency, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE
1976     Externship, Rheumatology Mayo Clinic , Rochester, MN
1985     Fellow, National Institutes of Health Rheumatology

Current Hospital and Academic Appointments:
Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs , College of Medicine, UNMC
Professor, Division of Rheumatology and Immunology, UNMC    
Courtesy Appointment, Professor , Physician Assistant Program , UNMC

Biographical Sketch:
Gerald Moore, M.D. is Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs for the College of Medicine and Professor in the Section of Rheumatology and Immunology in the Department of Internal Medicine. He also serves as Medical director and Professor in the Physician Assistant Program. A native of Lincoln, Nebraska, Dr. Moore graduated from Nebraska Wesleyan in 1968 and received his medical degree from UNMC in 1971. He did his internal medicine residency at UNMC, a rheumatology externship at Mayo Clinic and a rheumatology fellowship at the National Institutes of Health.  He is an external reviewer for the Association of American Medical Colleges' educational affairs mini-workshops. He also is a volunteer physician for the student run SHARING Clinic in south Omaha which provides medical care for low income residents of Omaha. As Senior Associate Dean, he oversees the College of Medicine admissions process, educational program for students and residents as well as faculty development issues.  He has been an administrator in the College of Medicine for over 20 years but continues to see patients in both rheumatology clinic as well as patients on the general internal medicine inpatient service.

Research Interests/Current Research (may not apply to all):
Educational research related to student performance and assessment.

Selected Publications/Current Publications:
1. Moore GF.  Arthrocentesis technique and intraarticular therapy.  IN: Arthritis and Allied Conditions, 14th
    Edition, Koopman WJ (ed).  Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, Vol. 1, p. 848-859, 2001.
2. Leff R, Paulsen G, Haire C, Mallek J, Eckhoff PJ, Fernandez A, Blakely K, Wees S, Stoner J, Hadley S, Felt J,
    Palmer W, Waytz P, Churchill M, Klassen L, Moore G. Treatment of rheumatoid    arthritis with methotrexate
     and hydroxychloroquine, methotrexate and sulfasalazine, or a combination of all three.  Arthritis Rheum 46,
    1164-1170, 2002.
3. JL, McCurdy FA, eds.  Hanley & Belfus, Inc., Philadelphia, pp. 245-250, 2003.
4. Moore GF.  Arthrocentesis technique and intraarticular therapy.  IN: Arthritis and Allied Conditions, 15th
    Edition, Koopman WJ, Moreland LW (ed).  Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, Vol. 1, p. 775-    786, 2005  
5. Koller E, Svoboda JD, Jones F, Moore G.  Atypical antineutrophil-cytoplasmic antibodies and vasculitis-like
    syndrome with aphthous ulcer and violaceous pinnae after retreatment with propythiouracil for Graves Disease.
    The Endocrinologist 16, 36-40, 2006
      

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