Gilda Anroman

Gilda Anroman

Assistant Dean

School of Pharmacy Knott Science Center (KNO) 002B 410-532-5570

School of Pharmacy

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Peter Ousby
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410-532-5205

Education

  • Ph.D. American Studies - University of Maryland, College Park, MD, 2006
  • Graduate Certificate in Historic Preservation, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, 1997
  • M. Applied Anthropology - University of Maryland, College Park, MD, 1994  
  • B.A. Biology - Trinity College, Washington, DC, 1983

Research Interests

  • Infectious disease in historic and modern populations
  • Ecological medicine

Publications

  • Infectious Disease in Philadelphia, 1690-1807: An Ecological Perspective. Doctoral Dissertation. UMI Dissertation Services, Ann Arbor, MI
  • Gilda M. Anroman. 2004. Environment and Disease in Philadelphia, 1690-1805: A Health Crisis Revisited. Poster Presented at the University of Maryland’s Annual Graduate Research Interaction Day (GRID), April, 2004 (abstracted in proceedings).
  • Gaith Abdo, Gilda Anroman, Brian Jay Dyson, John Harmon, Terrie Hruzd, Carl Morgan, and Trish Radigan. 1996. Eastport Neighborhood Study, Annapolis, Maryland. University of Maryland, College Park, MD.
  • HG.M. Anroman. 1995. The Changing Landscape of 18th Century Alexandria: A Dialectic Between People and Environment. Paper presented at the 1995 Culture is Ordinary Conference, Bowling Green, Ohio, April 21-22, 1995 (abstracted in proceedings). Awarded 1st Place for Paper Presentation at the University of Maryland’s 6th Annual Graduate Research Interaction Day (GRID), April, 1995.
  • Gilda M. Anroman. 1994. Historical Documentation of the University of Maryland at College Park. Report prepared for the Historic Site Nomination Committee. Winner of the 1996-7 Margaret Cook Prize for Historic Preservation Achievement.
  • G.M. Anroman. 1994. Application of AutoCAD to Historic Archaeology. Paper presented at the 1994 Mid-Atlantic Archaeology Conference, Ocean City, Maryland, April 8-10, 1994 (abstracted in proceedings).

Professional Affiliations & Memberships

  • Culture Frame: A Journal Dedicated to the Interdisciplinary Dialogue between the Sciences and Humanities Editorial Board Member
  • American Association for the History of Medicine
  • American Society for Environmental History
  • Association of American Medical Colleges - Group on Student Affairs
  • International Association for Ecology and Health Society for the Social History of Medicine
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