Jorg Goronzy, MD

Jorg Goronzy, MD

Immunologist, Rheumatologist

Bio:   Dr. Jörg J. Goronzy specializes in the treatment of immunological and rheumatic diseases with an expertise in the care of patients with giant cell arteritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Before coming to Stanford in 2009, he was the Mason I. Lowance, M.D. Professor of Medicine at Emory University, Atlanta. From 1990 to 2003, he was on the faculty of the Mayo Clinic.

Stanford Hospital

Professional Education

  • Medical Education: RWTH Aachen (1979) Germany
  • Dr. med., University of Bonn, Medicine (1979)
  • Fellowship: German Cancer Research Center (1981) Germany
  • Residency: Hannover Medical School (1984)
  • Fellowship, Stanford University, Rheumatology (1986)
  • Dr. med. habil, University of Heidelberg, Medicine (1988)

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