Graduate of Boston University BA and MD 1979, residency in Pediatrics at Medical College of Virginia 1979-1982, chief resident at Medical College of Virginia 1982-1983, fellowship in Clinical Pharmacology/ Toxicology at University of Virginia 1983-1984. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa) 1984-1988, Pediatrics faculty at Emory since 1988. Medical Director of GA Poison Center 1988-present, Chief of Pediatrics for Emory at Grady/ Hughes Spalding since 2000, Director of Southeast Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit (PEHSU) since 2007.
Robert J. Geller, MD, FAAP, FAACT, FACMT
Chief of Pediatrics, Georgia Poison Center Medical Director
- Medical Toxicology
- ABMS Pediatrics
- University of Virginia Health Systems
Education & Training
- Medical School: Boston University School of Medicine
- Internship: Medical College of Virginia Hospitals
- Residency: Medical College of Virginia Hospitals
Honors & Awards
EPA Children’s Health Hero 2017
Recipient of CDC Honor Award Certificate 2014
Recipient of CPSC State and Local Award 1994
Frumkin H et al. Safe and Healthy School Environments. Oxford University Press, NY.
More than 50 published scientific papers