Professor, Dermatopathology University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey New Jersey Medical School
- Ph.D. 1969 Thomas Jefferson University
- M.D. 1970 Thomas Jefferson University
- Postdoctoral, Columbia University, 1970
- Postdoctoral, National Institutes of Health, 1972
- Postdoctoral, Yale University, 1974
Charter member of XP Society panel of Scientific Advisors
Research interests include: Cellular mechanisms for genomic instability, molecular mechanisms of neurodegeneration, cancer predisposition/DNA repair deficiency syndromes: xeroderma pigmentosum, Fanconi anemia, Cockayne syndrome. For more detail, including representative publications, please see http://www.umdnj.edu/gpthnweb/clambert.html.
Doctor W. Clark Lambert has worked very closely with the XP Society, providing care for a number of XP patients, most fro other countries where expert care is lacking. Many patients and their caregivers have come to know Doctor Lambert at Camp Sundown where he has been a guest lecturer every year. He is frequently assisted at these Camp Sundown sessions by his wife Professor Muriel W. Lambert, also a researcher in fields closely related to xeroderma pigmentosum.
W. Clark Lambert is in final stages of opening a laboratory for diagnosis of xeroderma pigmentosum. The final hurdle is a lack of funding. This is a high priority fund raising goal of the XP Society.