Kenton Kramer, PhD

 

Associate ProfessorKramer
Department of Tropical Medicine, Medical Microbiology and Pharmacology
John A. Burns School of Medicine
651 Ilalo St MEB 307
Honolulu Hawaii 96813

Telephone: (808) 692-0619
E-mail: kramer@hawaii.edu

Education
School of Public Health, University of Hawaii, MS Epidemiology. 1982
School of Public Health, University of Hawaii, PhD, Biostatistics/Epidemiology. 1990.

Personal Statement

Human parasites account for the majority of organisms listed as neglected tropical diseases by the World Health Organization. Both research and education are needed to combat the personal, social and economic burdens of these infections.

Selected Publications 
Cowie RH, Hollyer JR, da Silva AJ, Hollingsworth RG, Dixon MD, Eamsobhana P, et alWorkshop on research priorities for management and treatment of angiostrongyliasis. Emerg Infect Dis [Internet]. 2012 Dec. http://dx.doi.org/10.3201/eid1812.120499

Gosnell, W. & Kramer. 2013. The role of eosinophils in angiostrongyliasis: multiple roles for a versatile cell? Hawaii J Med Pub Hlth 72(6) supplement 2. Pages 49-51.

Omori, J. and Kramer, K. 2011. Tobacco Dependence and the Management of Tobacco-Related Disorders: How John A. Burns School of Medicine is Preparing Our Future Physicians. Hawaii Med J. 70(10):220-222.