Bruce Buehler, M.D.
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Bruce Buehler is a Professor of Pediatrics and Genetics and Director of the Research Subjects Advocacy Program at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
He began his career working with individuals with disabilities at the University of Florida in 1970 and completed training in genetics, endocrinology, and metabolism in 1977 after a year as Chief Resident of Pediatrics.
After serving as Director of Genetics at the University of Utah, he assumed Directorship of Genetics and eventually the Munroe Meyer Genetics and Rehabilitation Institute at the University of Nebraska in 1981; he was appointed Chairperson of Pediatrics in September, 1994 through 2008.
He continues to practice Clinical Genetics and to do clinics throughout the region, and is a nationally recognized speaker on the topic of disability.
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