Arno Roscher

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The International College of Surgeons
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The International College of Surgeons, United States Section
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International Museum of Surgical Science
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Penn Medicine
Dr. Roscher gave $100,000 to support Penn Medicine’s Gene Targeting Core and Laboratory.
Eugene G. Jussek, M.D.
Member, Department or Internal Medicine Sherman Oaks Community Hospital, Sherman Oaks, Calif., Staff Member, Department of Internal Medicine, St. Joseph Hospital, Burbank, California.

In 1970, Dr. Jussek published the first ever review of early European Cell Therapy papers in an American Journal with his associate, Dr. Arno Roscher, an acclaimed pathologist. Dr. Jussek co-authored with Dr. Roscher a seminal paper "Critical Review of Contemporary Cellular Therapy (Cell Therapy) which was published in the prestigious American Journal of Gerontology
Dr. Arno A. Roscher, M.D., is a World Governor, Vice President and US Section Representative at Large of the International College of Surgeons. He is a Clinical Professor of Pathology, Keck School of Medicine, USC (LA) Ret., and Emeritus Director of Laboratories, Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital. He is also an Emeritus member of FICS (Hon.) and FCAP and FASCP.