Dr. Robert Drapkin is a board-certified Oncologist who has held many academic and hospital appointments throughout his career. He is a highly professional individual and has been working as a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at the University Of South Florida School Of Medicine since September 1980. In addition to this, he is also an Affiliate Physician at Moffit Cancer Center, and an Associate Clinical Professor at the University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.
Former Member Of Solid Tumor Panel
Based in Florida, Robert Drapkin holds a Doctor of Medicine degree from Wayne State University Medical School, Detroit, Michigan. He is a Research Assistant Professor in the University of South Florida, School of Medicine (Department of Medicine), and an Affiliate Physician at Moffit Cancer Center. He is licensed to practice in Florida and has held many hospital and academic positions in his career. He is a thorough professional who has contributed to Bone Marrow Transplant and Human Peripheral Blood Stem cell work.
Robert Drapkin has received many certifications, such as Diplomate of Internal Medicine (1975), Diplomate of Medical Oncology (1979), Fellow of the American College of Physicians (1981), and a full membership of American Society of Blood and Marrow Transplantation (1995). He has also been the member of Solid Tumor Panel (1997).
Robert Drapkin is associated with many reputed organizations including American Society of Clinical Oncology- a professional organization that represents physicians of all oncology specialties. Founded in 1964, the organization has over three thousand members from the U.S. and abroad. As a non-profit organization, American Society of Clinical Oncology focuses on achieving its charitable mission and supports all kinds of cancer research, especially patient-oriented clinical research.
Robert Drapkinis a trustee for the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, Florida. He is associated with Collection Committee, Harvard Art Museum since 1996. He is also affiliated to Morton Plant Mease, Dunedin Hospital, Helen Ellis Memorial Hospital (Tarpon Springs), and Largo Medical Center.