Stanley P. Galant, MD graduated from the University of California School of Medicine in San Francisco in 1963, after attending the University of California, Berkeley for his undergraduate studies. He then served his internship at LA Children's Hospital and his Pediatric Residency at UC San Francisco. From 1966-1968 he served as Pediatrician and Captain in the US Army. Following his tour of duty, he returned to UC San Francisco for his Fellowship training in Allergy and Immunology 1968-1970. He is currently Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at UCI and has served as the Medical Director of the CHOC Children’s Breathmobile, a program which provides care for underserved asthmatic children. He has published over 150 papers in peer review journals. For almost 50 years he has mentored allergy immunology fellows, and pediatric residents at several academic institutions. He was recently acknowledged by the American Academy of Allergy & Immunology as the 2019 AAAAI Outstanding Volunteer Clinical Faculty Award recipient.
Title : Why assessing the peripheral airways (PAW) by oscillometry (OS) should be part of standard pulmonary function testing in asthmatic children