Did you perchance mean goff?
- From Middle English gnof ("a miser, churl, lout"), of unknown origin. Cognate with Scots gnaff ("any small or stunted object"). Compare Eastern Frisian knufe ("lump"), Eastern Frisian gnuffig ("thick, rough, coarse, ill-mannered"). (Wiktionary)
“K.gnoff is also Director of Laboratory of Mucosal Immunology and the Wm.K. Warren Medical Research Center for”
“K.gnoff is also Director of Laboratory of Mucosal Immunology and the Wm.K. Warren Medical Research Center for Celiac Disease at UC San Diego.”
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