Gregory Bulkley

Greg Bulkley
Graduate Year/Degree

1965, B.A., Princeton University; 1970, M.D., Harvard Medical School; 1997, Honorary Dr. of Medicine, Uppsala University

Profession

Owner/Operator of Black Drake Ranch; Professor of Surgery, emeritus, Johns Hopkins University

Years Employed

7 years

Prior Position/Company

Mark M Ravitch Professor of Surgery and Director of Surgical Research/ Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Current Job/Volunteer Activities

Involved in habitat and watershed restoration; Private property rights advocate in the Klamath Basin

Serves as: (Oregon Tech Foundation Committee(s)

Treasurer and Chair, Finance Committee

Accomplishments/Awards

Academic surgeon and basic biomedical scientist at Johns Hopkins for 35 years; Retired from an endowed professorship in 2005; Author of over 400 publications, books, scientific articles, book chapters, reviews, etc.  Served on a variety of national and international peer review commissions, awarding honors and research funding to the biomedical community, including as Chair of the Committee that awarded funding from the National Institutes of Health in the fields of Gastroenterology and Nutrition, as well as a selector for the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

Why it is important to me to be involved with the Oregon Tech Foundation

Oregon Tech is one of the most cost-effective institutions of higher education in the world, and a highly suited asset for Klamath Falls and the entire Klamath Basin.  Its unique focus on its educational mission, and its consequently unmatched success in preparing its graduates for the workforce stand alone in the field.  Its focus on high academic standards, prioritized over fashionable political correctness, are refreshing and unusual in today's educational milieu.