John Mcneil is a preventative medicine specialist practicing in Swiftwater, PA. Mcneil specializes in the health of individuals, communities, and particular populations, focusing on how to protect and maintain health as well as prevent disease and dangers. As a preventative health specialist, Mcneil participates in the planning and evaluation of health services, researches diseases in specific populations and helps manage health care organizations. Preventative medicine specialists can specialize further in aerospace medicine, occupational medicine, or public health and general preventive medicine.
Education and Training
Wake Forest School of Medicine of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center 1981
Preventative MedicineAmerican Board of Preventative MedicineABPM
- Evaluation of behavioral and social issues among Thai HIV vaccine trial volunteers.
- A phase I/II trial of HIV SF2 gp120/MF59 vaccine in seronegative thais.AFRIMS-RIHES Vaccine Evaluation Group. Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences and the Research Institute for Health Sciences.
- HIV-1 seroconversion in United States Army active duty personnel, 1985-1999.
- HIV-1 infection among civilian applicants for US military service, 1985 to 2000: epidemiology and geography.
- Safety and immunogenicity of combinations of recombinant subtype E and B human immunodeficiency virus type 1 envelope glycoprotein 120 vaccines in healthy Thai adults.
- Broad and persistent effects of benzathine penicillin G in the prevention of febrile, acute respiratory disease.
- Inpatient psychiatric morbidity of HIV-infected soldiers.
- HIV infection: military occupational sequelae.
- Inpatient morbidity among HIV-infected male soldiers prior to their diagnosis of HIV infection.
- Trends of HIV seroconversion among young adults in the US Army, 1985 to 1989. US Army Retrovirus Research Group.
- Tracking the spread of the HIV infection epidemic among young adults in the United States: results of the first four years of screening among civilian applicants for U.S. military service.
- Evidence for spread of the human immunodeficiency virus epidemic into low prevalence areas of the United States.
- Direct measurement of human immunodeficiency virus seroconversions in a serially tested population of young adults in the United States Army, October 1985 to October 1987. Walter Reed Retrovirus Research Group.
- Mortality among 1862 HIV-antibody-positive civilian applicants for military service: preliminary results.
- HIV-1 seroconversion and risk behaviors among young men in the US army. The Seroconversion Risk Factor Study Group.
- Human immunodeficiency virus type-1 seroconversion trends among young adults serving in the United States Army, 1985-1993. United States Military Medical Consortium for Applied Retroviral Research.
- Human immunodeficiency virus type 1 candidate vaccine breakthrough infection.
- Preparations for AIDS vaccine evaluations. Progress in international cohort development and evaluation.
- Incidence of HIV-1 infection among young men in Thailand.
- AIDS vaccines. Are we ready for human efficacy trials?
- Two antigenically distinct subtypes of human immunodeficiency virus type 1: viral genotype predicts neutralization serotype.
- Declining prevalence of HIV-1 infection in young Thai men.
- Immunization with envelope subunit vaccine products elicits neutralizing antibodies against laboratory-adapted but not primary isolates of human immunodeficiency virus type 1. The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases AIDS Vaccine Eva
- Correlates of HIV-1 seropositivity among young men in Thailand.
- Diversity of the envelope glycoprotein among human immunodeficiency virus type 1 isolates of clade E from Asia and Africa.
- Suicide and HIV infection. Mortality follow-up of 4147 HIV-seropositive military service applicants.
- HIV vaccine development: a subtype E-specific strategy.
- Walter Reed Army Medical Center
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