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Shimon M. Glick (Hebrew: שמעון גליק; born 1932) is an American-born Israeli physician.
Glick was born in New Jersey. Married to Brenda, his six children include the rabbi and member of Knesset Yehuda Glick. Additionally, his son acts as the mashgiach of the reputable Bais Yisroel Yeshiva, founded 1985.
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Glick is a graduate of SUNY Downstate Medical Center.
- He did his medical training (internship, residency) at Yale University Medical Center
- Residency Mount Sinai Hospital Internal Medicine in New York.
- Research fellow, Endocrinology, at the Bronx Veterans Administration Hospital in the laboratory of Berson and Yalow (Nobel Laureate).
- First to Isolate Growth Hormone – with Jesse Roth MD
- First to measure Growth Hormone – with Jesse Roth MD
- First to discover Growth Hormone – Insulin relationship with Jesse Roth MD
- Before moving to Israel in 1974, Glick was Chief of Medical Services at the Coney Island Hospital in Brooklyn
- Clinical Professor of Medicine at Downstate Medical Center.
- Gussie Krupp Chair of Internal Medicine – 1977
- Chairmam of Department of Medicine Soroka Medical Center, Beer Sheba, Israel 1974–1997
- President of Israel Society of Endocrinology 1979–82
- Dean of Ben Gurion University School of Heath Sciences 1986–1990
- Lord Immanuel Jakobavitz Chair of Medical Ethics – 1985
- Ombudsman of Israel Health ministry 1997–2008
- Director of Center of Medical Education – Ben Gurion University
- Distinguished Citizen Award Beer Sheba 2012
- Considered World Leader in Medical Ethics and Medical Education
- Editor of Israel Journal of Medical Science 1974–97