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Robert White, MD

Education & Training

  • MD
    University of Virginia (1973)


  • Arterial and Venous Diseases
    Japan 2008
    Professor White, together with Dr. Osuga Keigo and Professor Hironobu Nakamura of the University of Osaka, works on the development of new techniques for the non-surgical treatment of arterial and venous diseases.
  • Diagnostic Radiology
    China 2008
    Dr. White has taught at medical schools in China and is investigating preliminary possibilities for diagnostic radiology collaborations.
  • Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia
    Japan 2008
    Professor White, in collaboration with Professor Takanobu Shioya of the Akita University Center, works with a pulmonary doctor and an interventional radiologist on patients with Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia.
  • Interventional Radiology
    Thailand 2008
    Dr. White works with colleagues at Chiang Mai University, Bangkok, Mahidol Univeristy, and Prince Songkla University to train interventional radiologists and introduce the concept of physician extenders (i.e. physician associates and nurse practitioners).
  • Vascular Research
    Argentina; Australia; Canada; Ireland; Italy 2008
    Professor White conducts joint research with researchers several universities around the world. He also assisted in the launch of multidisciplinary clinical research centers modeled on the Yale University Vascular Malformation Clinical and Research Group, a center without walls, dedicated to the care and management of patients with vascular malformations.
  • Interdisciplinary Partnership for Vascular Research
    Japan 2008
    Dr. White sponsors one student each from Akita University and the University of Osaka to study with Yale clinicians. This interdisciplinary partnership has resulted in papers published on vascular malformations and on new image guided approaches to treatment of vascular malformations.
  • Vascular Malformations Research
    Singapore 2008
    Dr. White collaborates with colleagues at Singapore General Hospital on the treatment of vascular malformations.

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