Department: Social Paediatrics
University: Wroclaw Medical University
Dr Joseph Prandota received his Doctor of Medical Sciences degree (1970) and PhD degree (1980) from Wroclaw Medical University, Poland. He worked as Assistant/Adjunct in Department of Pharmacology (1966-1975), Department of Pediatric Nephrology (1975-1977), the Associate Professor, Full Professor and Chief in Department of Pediatrics, J. Korczak Memorial Children’s Hospital in Wroclaw (1978-2002), and then in the Faculty of Dentistry, and as the Chair and Head of the Department of Social Pediatrics, Faculty of Health Sciences, Wroclaw Medical University (2002-2011). He was a Visiting Professor in Department of Pediatrics and Pediatric Nephrology, School of Medicine, Hannover, Germany (September 1993; chairman dr Johannes Brodehl).
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