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Gilda Anroman

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Assistant Dean - Student Affairs, School of Pharmacy

Office: Knott 002B

To schedule an appointment and/or general information, please contact: 
Amy Bauersfeld
abauersfeld@ndm.edu
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