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Marco A. Lopez, MD, FACP graduated in 1973 from the University
of Panama, School of Medicine. After completing his two year
required internship and one year of Internal Medicine in the
Republic of Panama, he spent 18 months at Gorgas Hospital doing an
AMA approved internship and a six month Pathology Residency.
Afterwards, he trained at Louisiana State University in Internal
Medicine and Pulmonary Diseases. He came back to Panama and worked
as a staff physician in Pulmonary Diseases at the Social Security
Hospital and Centro Medico Paitilla. In 1985, he returned to
Louisiana State University to do further training, this time in
Allergy and Immunology, returning to Panama in 1987.
Dr. Lopez was appointed as professor at the University of
Panama, School of Medicinein 2000. In 1989, he became a fellow of
the ACP after being a member for ten years. He has been very active
in the chapter serving in several ACP Committees. In 1990 Dr. Lopez
was chosen as the ACP College representative to the 12
International Conference in Internal Medicine in Lima-Peru. He
delivered three different topics.
During his tenure the chapter increased the amount of fellows,
associates and students. Dr. Lopez probably holds the chapter
record in adding nine new fellows in a single year.