Robert E. Jackson, M.D.
Internship, San Francisco General Hospital, San Francisco, CA
After completing his residency, Dr. Jackson joined the faculty at Baylor College of Medicine and became an associate professor in 1998. He is actively involved in teaching, research, and clinical practice both at Baylor College of Medicine and the Methodist Hospital. He is an adjunct professor at Texas Woman´s University and has been a preceptor for their Advanced Nurse Practitioner Program since 1995. He received the Award for Excellence in Teaching from the Baylor College of Medicine´s Department of Internal Medicine (2004-2005) and was voted "Best Doctor in Internal Medicine" by The Best Doctor´s in America (2005).
Dr. Jackson has been primary investigator on numerous industry-sponsored clinical trials investigating treatments for community-acquired pneumonia, fibromyalgia, and the use of inhaled insulin to treat patients with asthma.
Pneumonia, fibromyalgia, asthma.
Fordice J, Katras T, Jackson RE, Cagle PT, Jackson D, Zaleski H, and Asimacopoulos PJ. (1992) Massive splenomegaly in sarcoidosis. South Med J 85:775-8.
Nechay BR, Jackson RE, Ziegler MG, Neldon SL, and Thompson JD. (1981) Effects of chronic digitalization on cardiac and renal Na+ + K+- dependent adenosine triphosphate activity and circulating catecholamines in the dog. Circ Res 49:655-660.