Komp, Diane M.
KOMP, Diane M.
KOMP, Diane M. American, b. 1940. Genres: Medicine/Health, Inspirational/Motivational Literature. Career: Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, NY, pediatric residency, 1965-67; University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, VA, pediatric hematology/oncology fellowship, 1967-69, assistant professor, 1969-73, associate professor, 1973-76, professor of pediatrics, 1976-78, chief of hematology/oncology, 1970-78; American Academy of Pediatrics, fellow, 1971; Yale University School of Medicine, chief of hematology/oncology, 1978-85, professor of pediatrics, 1978-2000, professor emeritus, 2000-. Publications: A Window to Heaven: When Children See Life in Death, 1992; A Child Shall Lead Them: Lessons in Hope from Children with Cancer, 1993; Hope Springs from Mended Places: Images of Grace in the Shadows of Life, 1994; Children Are Breakfast for the Heart: Meditations to Nourish the Soul, 1996; Anatomy of a Lie: The Truth about Lies and Why Good People Tell Them, 1998; Bedtime Snacks for the Soul: Meditations to Sweeten Your Dreams, 2000; Why Me?: A Doctor Examines the Book of Job, 2001. Contributor to anthologies, textbooks, periodicals and journals. Contributor of scientific articles to journals. Author of editorials, book reviews, and abstracts of scientific presentations. Address: 88 Barker Hill Dr., Guilford, CT 06437, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]