Dr. G. John DiGregorio
Adjunct Professor, Forensic Science Program
Dr. G. John DiGregorio is Medical Director of National Medical Services. He is also tenure Professor of Pharmacology and Medicine at the Drexel Medical Colleges, and an Adjunct Professor of Pharmacology at Temple University. He holds both a Ph.D. in Pharmacology and an M.D. in Internal Medicine from Hahnemann University. He has written over 150 articles, books, and book chapters, and made over 200 scientific presentations on issues of pharmacology and toxicology. In addition, he is the winner of numerous awards for excellence in teaching. He has received the golden apple award five times, and he has been nominated for this award at least five different times. He has given over 200 presentations to various organizations. He serves on the Arcadia University Forensic Science Program admission, research, internship, and curriculum committees. He has also received several NIH grants for his research on saliva. He is a member of the Clinical Pharmacology Society of the Academy of Forensic Investigation. He received his BS degree in biochemistry from Penn State University.