Dr. Prof. Alberto Lifshitz Guinzberg is an expert in Internal Medicine , a specialty that is certified by the Mexican Council of Internal Medicine . In addition, he graduated as Surgeon of the Faculty of Medicine of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), degree in which he graduated with Honorable Mention in 1967 .
With more than 40 years of experience in the field of medicine, it stands out in the treatments of Diabetes, Dark Origin Fever, Integral Diagnosis, Diagnostic Problems, Comorbidity, Nonspecific Symptoms .
He is a doctor of the highest level not only for the care he provides to his patients, but for his admirable and outstanding professional career . In fact, he is the definitive professor of the subject of the Faculty of Medicine of the UNAM , in addition to t utor and member of the Academic Council of the Master in Medical, Dental and Health Sciences of this same faculty.
Regarding his academic life, he has directed 26 theses of specialization and masters, published 21 books, 92 book chapters and 354 articles in journals, including 47 of research. In addition, he is a member of the Medicine and Health seminar at the Faculty of Medicine of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). He has also participated as an editor in 15 specialized journals and in the Gaceta Médica de México.
He has held various positions in institutions such as the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS), Mexican Chapter of the American College of Physicians, National Academy of Medicine, the Mexican Academy of Surgery, Academy of Medical Sciences of the Mexican Institute of Culture and the Academy of History and Geography, the Ministry of Health , among other institutions. He has been in charge of the organization of various medical congresses.
Dr. Lifshitz is a founding member of the Internal Medicine Association of Mexico and the Mexican Council of Internal Medicine . Besides, it belongs to other medical associations, where it stands out for its experience. Its excellence was recognized in 2013 with the Guillermo Soberón Prize, awarded by the General Health Council.
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