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Keywords

Therapeutic,Therapeutic Nuclear Medicine, Radiology, Diagnostic Radiology, Consultation, Radiation Oncology, Preventive Medicine, Family Clinic, General Radiology, Mammography, Ultrasound, Oncology, Hyperbaric Medicine, Diagnostic Imaging, CT, Out Patient Imaging Center, Med Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, Brain Evaluation, Kidneys Evaluation, Aorta Evaluation, Radiation Biology, Radiation Therapy, Brain Scans, Brain Tumor, Tumors, Radioisotope, Brain MRI, Spine MRI, Coronary Artery Calcium Scoring Screening, Non Contrast Lung Screening, Abdomen Screening, Pelvis Screening, Locum Tenens, Senograph Mammography, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Stroke, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Brain, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Lyme Disease, Lyme Disease, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Cerebral Palsy, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Multiple Sclerosis, Chemo Brain, Board Certified Radiologist, Interventional Radiology, Angioplasty, Biliary Intervention, Biopsy, Arthrography, Video Wrist, Joints, Radiology, Radiologist, X Ray Review, MRI Review, CT Review, Malpractice Radiologist, Medical Malpractice Radiology Medical Malpractice Radiologist, Date of Injury Report, Age of Injury, Medical Records Review Radiologist, Neuroradiologist, Neuroradiology Review, Neuroradiologist Medical Malpractice, Nuclear Medicine, Nuclear Radiology, Nuclear Radiologist, Ultrasound, Ultrasound Malpractice, Ultrasound Radiology,

Florida
Expert No. 106

Texas

Education

1943-46 Highland Park High School, Dallas, Texas
1946-50 Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas B.A. Degree (Psychology)
1950-54 Baylor University College of Medicine, Houston, Texas M.D. Degree

Internship

7/1/54-6/30/55
General Rotating, Southern Pacific General Hospital, San Francisco, CA (Hospital Closed 1974)

Radiology Residency

The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD, 7/1/59 - 6/30/61. Assistant Resident, 7/1/59 - 6/30/60. National Institute of Health Clinical Fellow in Cancer at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, 7/1/60 - 6/30/61. Program Director Russell H. Morgan, MD. Also received 18 months radiology residency credit from American Board of Radiology for active duty in US Navy August 1956 to July 1959.

Practice Chronology and Experience

Locum Tenens, 4/96 - Present.

Diagnostic Radiology, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Nuclear Medicine
Hyperbaric Medicine with monoplace chambers, Consultation in Radiation Oncology, General and Preventive Medicine, 7/88 - 4/96.

Radiologist - Family Clinic, General Radiology, Mammography and Ultrasound, New Port Richey, FL, 1994-96. To my knowledge closed no records available.

Radiologist - Mobile Ultrasound, Palm Harbor, FL, 1994-96. To my knowledge closed no records available.

Radiologist - Ultrasound Business Services, St. Petersburg, FL, 1993-97.

Radiologist - Palm Harbor Walk In Clinic, general radiology, Palm Harbor, FL, 6/94-4/96.
Diagnostic Imaging and Hyperbaric Medicine
Consultation in Radiation Oncology, General and Preventive Medicine, Palm Harbor, FL, 6/94 - 4/96. Office Closed.

Hyperbaric Medicine - Palm Harbor, FL, 6/94 - 4/96. Office Closed.

Hyperbaric Medicine and Radiology
Tarpon Springs, FL, Continued with consultation in Radiation Oncology, General and Preventive Medicine, 3/93-6/94. Office Closed.

Medical Director
Modern Health Strategies, Outpatient Imaging Center, General Radiology, CT, Mammography, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine and Hyperbaric Medicine, Seminole, FL, 1/91-3/93. Office Closed.

Radiologist - For Peoples Quickcare Walk-In Clinic, St. Petersburg, FL, 5/90- 94.

Radiologist - For Stanley Moles, MD and Assoc., Largo, Fl. Mammography, Ultrasound and Nuclear Medicine including SPECT Camera, Largo, FL, 6/88 - 10/91.

Radiologist for Med-Imaging, out-patient imaging center, General Radiology, Mammography, CT, Ultrasound, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, and General and Preventive Medicine, Largo, FL, 10/89 - 12/90. Office Closed.

Medical Director
Diagnostic Radiology, Nuclear Medicine, Ultrasound, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, General and Preventive Medicine, Clearwater, Florida, 7/88 - 10/89. Office Closed.

Private Practice of Radiation Oncology, Radiology (Diagnostic and Therapeutic Nuclear Medicine), Hyperbaric Medicine with Monoplace Chambers, Preventive and General Medicine in the Tampa Bay area, 7/72 - 6/88.

Medical Director
Gulf South Radiation Therapy Center, Largo, FL. First linear accelerator and first hyperbaric oxygen therapy program in Pinellas County. Member of Tumor Board, Cancer Control Committee, and Radiation Safety Committee, Largo Medical Center Hospital, 3/80 - 6/88. Office Closed.

Medical Director
Institute of Hyperbaric Medicine, Tampa, FL. First hyperbaric oxygen therapy program in Tampa, Florida, 1983-1986.

First Medical Director for Hospice of Pinellas, 1981-82.

Medical Director for Radiology
Preventive Health Programs, Fairfax, VA. Company provided civilian radiologist for military hospital. Radiologist and Director of Radiology for U.S. Army Hospitals, Eisenhower Army Hospital, Ft. Gordon, GA, Irwin Army Hospital, Fort Riley, KS, and Ireland Army Hospital, Fort Knox, KY, 6/76 - 1/78.

Consultative Practice of Nuclear Medicine
Bradenton, Florida. Nuclear medicine screening program, major organ profile, which included the evaluation of brain, kidneys, aorta and iliac arteries and synovial membrane for detection of pathology in these organs. Teleradiology unit (Omni Scan) was used to monitor the facility, 1/74 - 9/75. Office Closed.

Co-Founder and Co-Medical Director
Radiation Therapy Center, Orleans, LA. Practice of Radiation Therapy with first linear accelerator in Orleans parish, 1974-1976.

Medical Director
Radiation Therapy Center, practice of radiation therapy with first linear accelerator in Hillsborough County, Tampa, Florida, 9/74 - 8/83. Office Closed.

Director of Radiation Therapy
University Community Hospital. Member of Tumor Board and Radiation Safety Committee, 1972-76.

Consultant in radiation Therapy
Terrabonn General Hospital, Houma, LA, and Radiology Associates, Lafayette, LA, 1969-72.

Professor and Chairman
Department of Radiology, Louisiana State University Medical School, New Orleans, LA, 7/68 - 6/72. In addition to teaching responsibilities, clinical duties included: (1) Senior Physician, Radioisotope Laboratory, Charity Hospital, New Orleans, LA, 1968-70, (2) Chief, Radioisotope Lab, Earl K. Long Memorial Hospital, Baton Rouge, LA, 1970-72; (3) Chief of Radiology, Lafayette Charity Hospital, Lafayette, LA, 1968-72. Member of Tumor Boards and Radiation Safety Committees at these hospitals and U.S. Public Health Hospital, New Orleans, LA. Teaching responsibility was for medical students, interns and residents in radiology, radiobiology and nuclear medicine.

Chief, Radiation Therapy Department and Co-Chairman Biophysics Laboratory (Nuclear Medicine), Ochsner Clinic and Ochsner Foundation Hospital, New Orleans, LA. Responsible for clinical programs in radiation therapy and nuclear medicine, and teaching interns, radiology residents, and residents of other services in radiation therapy, radiobiology and nuclear medicine. Research activities in radiation therapy, radiobiology and nuclear medicine. Member of Tumor Board and Chairman of Radiation Safety Committee, 2/64 - 6/68.

Clinical Professor of Radiology, Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA,. Teaching of Radiology residents, other residents, interns and medical students 2/64 - 6/68.

Assistant Professor of Radiology; The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD and Chief of Radiation Therapy Division of Department of Radiology, The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD. Responsible for clinical radiation therapy and therapeutic nuclear medicine treatment programs, research and teaching of medical students, interns, radiology residents, and residents of other services in radiation therapy, radiation biology, and therapeutic nuclear medicine. Established liaison with chemotherapy section of the Department of Medicine of the Johns Hopkins Hospital for coordinated clinical cancer treatment and research programs. Member of Tumor Board, U.S. Public Hospital and Baltimore City Hospital, Baltimore, MD, 12/61 - 2/64.

Acting Chief of Radiation Therapy
Division of Department of Radiology, The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD. Responsibility for clinical radiation therapy and therapeutic nuclear medicine treatment, teaching for medical students, interns and residents and research programs in radiation therapy and therapeutic nuclear medicine. Member of Tumor Board and Radiation Safety Committee, 9/61 - 12/61.

Assistant Chief of Radiation Therapy
Division of Department of Radiology, The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD. Responsibility for clinical radiation therapy and therapeutic nuclear medicine treatment and teaching, 7/61 - 9/61.

Instructor in Radiology the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, 7/61-12/61.

Active Duty, U.S. Navy, 8/56 - 7/59.
Chief, Nuclear Medicine Division, Department of Radiology, US Navy Hospital, Bethesda, MD., 1958-1959 ; Assistant Chief, 4/57 - 7/58; Instructor in Nuclear Medicine, U. S. Navy Medical School, Bethesda, MD. Responsible for diagnostic and therapeutic nuclear medicine. Supervised and taught physicians, nurses and technicians courses in nuclear medicine. Member of Tumor Board, Radiation Safety Committee and Plutonium Decontamination Team. Clinical and research nuclear medicine included positron brain scans with Copper 64 and Arsenic 74, and research in production and utilization of short half-life radioisotopes.
Chief, Nuclear Medicine Division, Department of Radiology, U.S. Navy Hospital, Chelsea, MA, 8/56 - 3/57. Established nuclear medicine program. Participated in radiology residency program including radiation physics at MIT and clinical conferences at Massachusetts General Hospital and Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. Taught diagnostic and therapeutic nuclear medicine to residents and interns. Member of Tumor Board and Radiation Safety Committee. (Hospital closed by Navy in 1970's).

Preceptorship in Radiology (Diagnostic and Therapeutic) Nuclear Medicine and Preventive

Medicine, Clinic-Hospital, Dallas, Texas, (Closed 1990).Experience in all phases of radiation therapy including use of Tele Cobalt 60 therapy unit, brachy therapy with cobalt 60 in nylon tubing, Au 198 seeds, ortho and superficial radiation therapy. First licensed for radioactive materials for clinical use in diagnosis, therapy and investigational protocols by Atomic Energy Commission in 1955. General medicine and preventive medicine,7/55 - 8/56.

Radiology Residency 
National Institute of Health Clinical Fellowship in Cancer at the John Hopkins Hospital included 4 months of Radiologic Pathology at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology in Washington, DC., 7/60 - 6/61.

Assistant Resident in Radiology, the John Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD, 7/59 - 6/60.

Summary of Radiology Residency
24 months of approved radiology residency at The Johns Hopkins Hospital plus 18 months of radiology residency training granted by the American Board of Radiology for active duty in the U.S. Navy for a total of 42 months residency in radiology. At that time, 36 months of radiology residency was required for board eligibility.

Nuclear Medicine Residency
The American Board of Nuclear Medicine was established in 1972. American Board of Nuclear Medicine evaluated my training and experience in Nuclear Medicine as fulfilling the 36 month residency requirement for examination by the Board making me board eligible. I became board certified by examination in Nuclear Medicine in May, 1973.
Hyperbaric Medicine Clinical Practice from 1980 to 1996. Co-founder of American College of Hyperbaric Medicine in 1983 and co-founder of American Board of Hyperbaric Medicine in 1988. Founding member of International Hyperbaric Medicine Association in 2001.

Certification

American Board of Radiology, 12/8/61, Radiology with Nuclear Medicine Medallion. The American Board of Radiology considers certification in Radiology in 1961 equivalent to certification in Therapeutic Radiology in 1961.

American Board of Nuclear Medicine, 5/18/73.

American Board of Hyperbaric Medicine, 5/15/88. Founding Member.

Active Medical Licenses

Florida
Texas
Georgia
Kentucky   
Tennessee
Arizona   
New Mexico   
Kansas   
Nevada   
Colorado   

Military

Active duty: U.S. Navy 8/30/56 - 7/6/59; Chief of Nuclear Medicine, Department of Radiology, established Radioisotope Laboratory, U.S. Navy Hospital, Chelsea, MA, 8/30//56-3/1/57; Assistant Chief, Radioisotope Laboratory, U.S. Navy Hospital, Bethesda, MD, 3/1-7/28/57; Chief of Radioisotope Laboratory, U.S. Naval Hospital, Bethesda, MD to 7/28/57-7/9/59. Reserve duty: 1959-64, Medical Officer destroyer escort squadron, Washington, D.C. Assigned to USS Robert E. Keller. Order of Salty High Liners, 7/16/61.

Author

Forty-one scientific articles, twenty-four abstracts, eighteen scientific exhibits, one letter to the editor, and one videotape.

Locum Tenens
Available Upon Request

Experience Summary

Diagnostic Radiology
Extensive experience in all phases of diagnostic radiology including ultrasound, CT and brain and spine MRI. As Professor of Radiology and Chairman of the Radiology Department at a Medical School, I supervised and participated in radiology programs at the Medical School and at affiliated hospitals. From 6/77-2/78 I was Medical Director for the diagnostic radiology programs of Preventive Health Programs, Inc., for civilian radiology contracts at US Army Hospitals at Ft. Knox, Ft. Riley and Ft. Gordon. Duties included supervision of Radiology Departments and participation in Diagnostic Radiology, Nuclear Medicine, and Ultrasound. From 7/78-6/80 I was a part-time radiologist at the Diagnostic Clinic, Largo, FL. Duties included general diagnostic radiology, mammography, nuclear medicine and ultrasound. Since June 1988 I have practiced diagnostic radiology including CT, MRI, ultrasound and nuclear medicine in outpatient centers. National Medical Director and Chief of Radiology, CAT Scan 2000, Clearwater, FL. Program of mobile CTs doing coronary artery calcium scoring screening, non-contrast lung, abdomen, pelvis CT, 1999 to 2004. Locum Tenens in radiology, 1996 to present.

Mammography
As a radiation therapist, I read the mammograms and examined the breasts on all my patients from 1961-1988. During my residency, I reviewed the mammography file at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology. I had the opportunity to review the mammography teaching file of Jacob Gershon-Cohen, M.D. and read mammograms from the Senograph Mammography Unit starting in 1969. In my teaching positions, I have taught mammography to technicians, medical students, interns, and radiology residents in excess of 100 hours. For the past five years I have read more than 2000 mammograms per year from dedicated mammography units and am current on CME's for mammography, including digital. I have been a Radiologist for ACR and FDA accredited mammography programs. Co-author of first publication on synergism of estrogen and radiation in production of breast cancer.

Nuclear Medicine
Licensed by AEC and agreement states for diagnostic and therapeutic use of radionuclides from 1956 to present. Extensive experience in all phases of diagnostic, including SPECT, therapeutic, and research use of radionuclides, including position scanning. I have designed and established several nuclear medicine laboratories as well as participated in clinical teaching and research projects including the major organ profile as a nuclear medicine screening procedure. Extensive experience in SPECT brain scans for neurological disease. Started scintimammograms in Bradenton, Florida in 1997. Listed by Dupont Pharmaceuticals as one of their 25 Centers for Excellence in scintimammograms.

Hyperbaric Medicine
Familiarity with hyperbaric medicine during active duty with the US Navy while teaching nuclear medicine to medical officers and medical technologists for the USN nuclear sub program, and as a member of the Plutonium Decontamination Team. In the late 1960's, hyperbaric oxygen was installed while I was Chief of Radiation Therapy at the Ochsner Foundation Hospital. I became a member of the Underseas Medical Society in 1979 and established two hyperbaric oxygen therapy programs with two monoplace chambers in September 1980 at the Gulf South Radiation Therapy Center, Largo, FL. Currently Hyperbaric Medicine consultant to monoplace hyperbaric oxygen chambers, at Ocean Medical, Lauderdale by the Sea, FL. Senior Medical Director Hyperbaric Oxygenation Corp., Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada. I was an invited participant for the March 1997 Wake Forest Medical School Conference on Hyperacute Hyperbaric Oxygen for Acute Stroke and am a member of the international committee working on the protocol for the use of hyperbaric oxygen in acute stroke. Through my clinical practice of hyperbaric medicine and as consultant for other centers, I have had extensive experience in the use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy for stroke, brain injury, Lyme disease, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, other neurological conditions such as chemo brain and HBOT in cancer care. Consultant in hyperbaric medicine, National Hyperbaric, Inc., Palm Harbor, FL, 2001 to present, and Cellular Medicine Institute, Denver, CO., 2001 to 2003.

Radiation Safety
Member, Radiation Safety Committee, US Navy Hospital, Chelsea, MA, 1956-57. Member, Radiation Safety Committee, US Navy Hospital, Bethesda, MD, 1957-59; Member, USN Plutonium Decontamination Team, 1957-59; Member, Radiation Safety Committee, The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD, 1961-64. Chairman, Radiation Control Committee, Ochsner Institutions, New Orleans, LA, 1964-68. Chairman, Radiation Control Committee, LSU School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA, 1968-71, Chairman, Public Health Subcommittee, Southern Governors Task Force on Nuclear Power Policy, 1969-70; Consultant in nuclear medicine for Ingalls Shipbuilding Nuclear Sub Program, Pascagoula, MS, 1971-74; Representative for Louisiana to Medical Liaison Officer Network of U.S. Public Health Service and Atomic Energy Commission 1968-78. Member, Radiation Control Committee, Largo Medical Center Hospital, Largo, FL, 1978-89. Author of two chapters on the acute radiation syndrome and co-author other articles on acute radiation effects including the first report on the synergism between estrogen and radiation in the production of breast cancer.

Radiation Therapy
Supervoltage Telecobalt-60 Therapy, 1955-88, Van de Graff 2MV accelerator, 1959-64, 4MV linear accelerator 1971/88; extensive experience with interstitial implant techniques using CO60, IR192, AU198, radon seeds, radium, CS137 and I125 seeds. Extensive experience with superficial and orthovoltage therapy. I have designed six radiation therapy departments and participated in the start up of the Gulf South Radiation Therapy Center, New Orleans, LA. (Co-director 11/75-12/76). I established Gulf South Radiation Therapy Center, Tampa, FL 1975 and Largo, FL 1980 and practiced radiation therapy until June 1988. Starting in 1980, I used hyperbaric oxygen therapy just prior to radiation therapy treatment to enhance radiation response in problem cases. I continue to follow my radiation therapy patients and consult in Radiation Oncology. Many of the patients in my hyperbaric medicine practice are for treatment of complications of radiation therapy. These patients provide experience in the long-term adverse effects of radiation therapy treatment.

Licensed to Practice Medicine

California   
Florida   
Georgia   
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maryland
Mississippi   
Texas   
Tennessee   
Arizona   
New Mexico   
Nebraska   
Colorado   
Iowa

Memberships - Past and Present

American Medical Association, 1955-88 and 1997 to Present
American Roentgen Ray Society, 1968-1988 and 1999 to Present
American Society of Therapeutic Radiologists, 1961-90
American Society of Clinical Oncology, 1967-88
American College of Radiology, 1962-present
Southern Medical Association, 1955-89
American Society of Thermography, 1970 Charter Member
Fellow, Royal Society of Health, 1970-89
American Radium Society, 1964-1990
Sociadad de Biologia e Medicine Nuclear de Mexico, (Honorary Member), 1972
Radiological Society of North America, 1961-89 and 2001 to Present
American College of Nuclear Medicine, 1971, Charter Member; Fellow, 1975 to Present
Society of Nuclear Medicine, 1956, Charter Member SW Chapter
Florida State Medical Association, 1972
Association of Community Cancer Centers, 1974 Charter Member to 1988
Underseas Medical Association, 1979 to 1994
American College of Nuclear Physicians, 1974 - 1988
Florida State Radiological Society, 1973
American Endocurie Society, 1984-89
American College of Hyperbaric Medicine 1983 Charter Member to Present
Hillsborough County Medical Society, 1972 to 1980
New Orleans Parish Medical Society, 1964 to 1980
Pinellas County Medical Society, 1980 to 1988
North American Society of Cardiac Imaging, 2000 to Present
Manatee County Medical Association, 1997 to Present
Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer, 2001 to Present
International Hyperbaric Medicine Association, Founding Member, 2001 to Present
The International Society of Geriatric Oncology, 2001 to Present
International Hyperbaric Medicine Foundation, Board of Trustees, 2004
American Association for Hyperbaric Awareness (AAHA), Board of Directors and Medical Director, 2007
Hope Springs Inc., Board of Directors and Medical Director, 2008

Medical Society's Offices Held
Available upon request

Delegations
Available Upon Request

Consultant
Available Upon Request

Academic Appointments
Available Upon Request

Appointments
Available Upon Request

Research Grants and Fellowships
Available Upon Request

Special Courses

Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies, Oak Ridge, TN. Course on Radioisotope Techniques 8/30/48 - 9/24/48
Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. Isotopes in Clinical Medicine 3/19/56 - 3/31/56;
Harper Hospital, Detroit, MI. Training in Radioisotope Lab 7/9/56 - 7/19/56

Honor's & Recognition

Strathmore's Who's Who Meleniuum Edition 2000-2001
Center of Excellence for Miraluma Scinimammograms by DuPont Pharmaceuticals, 2001
America's Registry of Outstanding Professionals
Richard A. Neubauer Institute - 2008 Most Innovative Use of Hyperbaric Oxygenation
Richard A. Neubauer Institute - 2008 Finalist Hyperbaric Doctor of the Year

Membership On Other Hospital Staffs
Available Upon Request

References
Available Upon Request

Scientific Exhibits/Abstracts/Publications
Available Upon Request

Bibliography
Available Upon Request

Continuing Medical Education      
  
1976-1996
CME credits for the period of 1976-1996 will be furnished upon request.
           
5/30 - 6/1/1997
Breast Diagnosis and Intervention
Review of Mammography, Stereotactic Ultrasound
Including Ultrasound Guided Biopsy
   
8/8-10/1997
Why Not Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for A-T?
(Scientific Exhibit)
Functional Geriatric and Clinical Ramifications
International Symposium, Baltimore, MD
           
9/26-28/1997
Southeastern Chapter Society of Nuclear Medicine
Clearwater, FL

11/4-5/1997
Hyperacute Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Cerebral Ischemia
Bowman Gray Medical School, Winston-Salem, NC

11/9/1997   
New Frontiers in Cardiac Imaging
American Society of Nuclear Cardiology, Orlando, FL

1997
Classic Lectures in Musculoskeletal MRI
What You Need to Know.   
A video teaching course.
Educational symposia, Inc.

Winter 1997-1998
Insight on SPECT Brain Scan

1/6/1998   
Chemotherapy for Ovarian Cancer

3/12-13/1998
NIH Workshop
Neuropathology of AT and Lecture on HBOT for AT       
Bethesda, MD

1/31 - 2/1/1998
American College of Nuclear Medicine Annual Meeting
Las Vegas, NV

3/19/1998
Lecture of Manatee XR Tech Society on Scintimammography

4/30 - 5/2/1998
American College for Advancement in Medicine
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
5/3/1998
Nutritional Intervention in Cancer Prevention and Treatment
Shifting the Paradigm

5/9-14/1998
Congress on Cerebral Ischemic, Vascular Dementia,
Epilepsy and CNS Injury
World Federation of Neurology, Washington, DC

5/14/1998   
Lecture by Douglas Van Nostrand, MD on Scintimammogram as an adjunct to Mammography

5/16/1998   
Workers Compensation Education American Institute of Medical Law, Inc., DWC, Tampa, FL

5/31 - 6/4/1998
Lectures and Scientific Exhibits on all Phases of Disease Including Mammography.
10th International Congress on Breast Disease of the Serologic
International Society (SIS) Oporto, Portugal

6/2/1998
Scintimammography - One Years Experience in a Community Imaging Center.
Our experience at MDC with scintimammography presented
As a scientific exhibit at meeting. 10th International Congress on Breast Cancer.

10/6/1998
Lecture of Medical Staff of Craven Regional Medical Center
On Scintimammography New Bern, NC

10/17/1998
Lecture to Annual Meeting of State of Florida Radiologic Technicians Society on Use of Scintimammograms

1/23/1999   
Lecture on Osteoporosis Health Fair
Bradenton, FL

2/6-7/1999
American College of Nuclear Medicine Annual Meeting
Ft. Lauderdale, FL

3/6/1999
American Society of Nuclear Cardiology   
New Orleans, LA

3/27/1999   
Southwestern Chapter Society of Nuclear Medicine
Santa Fe, NM

4/17/1999   
Baylor University Alumni Meting, (Medical Ethics 1 hr.)
Houston, TX

5/1/1999
Annual Meeting American Society of Breast Disease
Review of Current Diagnostic and Treatment Methods For Breast Disease New Orleans, LA

1999
5/9/1999
Categorical Course on Breast Disease
Review of Current Mammogram and Ultrasound Techniques
For Breast Diseases American Roentgen Ray Society New Orleans, LA

6/16/1999   
Mammography Review, Radiology Quality Control   
Health Help, Inc., Tampa, FL

7/1/1999
Lecture to Ed White Hospital on Scintimammogram
St. Petersburg, FL

7/23-25/1999
First International Symposium on Cerebral Palsy and the
Brain Injured Child
Co-Chairman Boca Raton, FL

7/28-31/1999
Imaging on Lake Couer 'd Arlene
Couer 'd Arlen, Idaho - University of Washington School of Medicine

9/23/1999   
Mammography QC
Health Help, Inc., Tampa, FL

1/24/2000   
HIV & AIDS, Health System Course
Cleveland Clinic

1/27/2000   
Domestic Violence, Virtual Lecture Hall

3/29/2000   
Quality Assurance General
Health Help, Inc., Tampa, FL   
         
3/31 - 4/2/2000
Nuclear Medicine
Southwestern Chapter Society Nuclear Medicine
Galveston, TX
1/24/2000
HIV & AIDS, Health System Course
Cleveland Clinic

1/27/2000   
Domestic Violence, Virtual Lecture Hall

3/29/2000   
Quality Assurance General
Health Help, Inc., Tampa, FL   
         
3/31- 4/2/2000
Nuclear Medicine
Southwestern Chapter Society Nuclear Medicine
Galveston, TX

5/7-10/2000
General, 2 Mammo, 1 Ultrasound
Roentgen Ray Society, Washington, DC

5/14-18/2000
Mammo, Ultrasound, 11th International Congress   
The Senologic International Society, Cancun, Mexico
Scientific Exhibit - Scintimammogram: Two Years    
Experience in Free Standing Imaging Center

2/11-13/2000
American College of Nuclear Medicine
New Orleans, LA

5/30/2000   
Ethics and Risk Management   
Med Site University

6/3-6/2000
Society of Nuclear Medicine
St. Louis, MO

6/22-25/2000
Cardio Vascular Imaging Conference
Chicago, IL                           

2/9-11/2001
American College of Nuclear Medicine, Tampa, FL

2/15-16/2001
Prostate Cancer Symposium Geneva Society

3/17-18/2001
Southwest Chapter Society Nuclear Medicine, New Orleans, LA     
4/4/2001
Lecture on HBOT, Denver, CO

4/19/2001   
Lecture on Prostate Cancer, Manatee Memorial Hospital
Support Group, Bradenton, FL

4/20-22/2001
Mid Easter Chapter Society Nuclear Medicine, Rockville, MD    15

4/26/2001   
Wound Healing Symposium, West Palm Beach, FL

4/29 - 5/4/2001
Roentgen Ray Society, Seattle, WA

5/2/2001
Lecture HOC Clinic on HBOT,   
               
5/25/2001   
Ethical Issues, Palliative Care and Domestic Violence, (InforMed),
Jacksonville, FL

5/24-27/2001
Mammography in Next Millennium. Santa Fe, NM   

6/9/2001
Current Trends in Lung Cancer, Washington, DC
               
6/15-16/2001
13th International Symposium in Supportive Cancer Care,
Copenhagen, Denmark

7/18-20/2001
Current Trends in Lung Cancer, 2nd International Conference,
Haui, Hawaii

8/18/2001   
Current Perspectives in Breast Cancer, Boston, MA

9/14-15/2001
Cancer in the Elderly, 6th International Meeting of the
International Society of Geriatric Oncology, Lyon, France

9/17-22/2001
Radiology in Italy, Parma and Streza, Italy
                     
10/26/2001
Lecture on Breast Imaging, Manatee Health, Bradenton, FL

2/7-10/2002
American College of Nuclear Medicine       
Meeting - Phoenix, Arizona   
Prevention A Founding Member
   
3/15-16/2002
Targeted Therapy, the Johns Hopkins Hospital
Baltimore, Maryland

4/12-14/2002
Visit to Duke University Medical Center   
Durham, North Carolina
   
4/28-5/3/2002
American Roentgen Ray Society Meeting
Atlanta, Georgia

5/17/2002
New Mexico Board of Medicine Examiners
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Orientation Meeting

5/31-6/2/2002
CT Screening 2000     
National Symposium
Washington, DC

6/26/2002
Epidural Growth Factor Inhibitors
Mauna Lai, Hawaii   
         
6/25-29/2002
III International Lung Cancer Congress
Mauna Lai, Hawaii Hawaii
           
6/26/2002
Mesothelioma: Therapeutic Advances
Mauna Lai, Hawaii Hawaii

6/27/2002
Doxetaxlel in Lung Cancer Current Status
Mauna Lai, Hawaii

6/27/2002
Antisense & Gene Therapy
Mauna Lai, Hawaii
   
10/1-5/2002
XIV International Congress of Hyperbaric Medicine
San Francisco, California - Presentation: Exhibit:
Scientific Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in Cancer Care

10/16-19/2002
25th International Hyperthermia Therapy Society Meeting
Sandestin, Florida - Presentation: Paper and Scientific
Exhibit on Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in Cancer Care
 
11/22-23/2002
International Congress on Progress in
Bladder Cancer, Lisbon, Portugal

12/1-6/2002
Radiological Society of North America
Chicago, Illinois                 

12/1-6/2002
Radiological Society of North America   
Chicago, Illinois
       
3/5 to 10/08/03
Tumor Board, Lovelace Clinic Foundation

4/6 to 8/03
America College of Nuclear Medicine Meeting
San Antonio, Texas           

5/9/03
American Roentgen Ray Society Meeting
San Diego, California

6/6 to 8/03
International Society of Experimental Hematology
Paris, France

7/16 to 19/03
3rd International Symposium on Hyperbaric Oxygen In Cerebral Palsy and the Brain Injured Child   
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

10/2/03
Course on HIV/AIDS
AKH Consultants
Orange Park, Florida

11/21 to 22/03
8th International Society of Geriatric Oncology Meeting
Cancer in the Elderly
Rome, Italy
                                           
3/18-19/04
PET CT and SPECT CT
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Baltimore, MD

4/2-4/04
Annual Meeting Southwestern Chapter Society of Nuclear Medicine
Austin, TX

4/23-24/04
Annual Alumni Meeting Baylor Medical School
Houston, TX

5/21-23/04
Society of Atherosclerosis Imaging
3rd International Meeting
New Orleans, LA
Exhibit on the Pattern of Atherosclerosis Based on
CT Screening

6/19-20/04
Annual Meeting Society of Nuclear Medicine
Philadelphia, PA

7/15-18/04
3rd International Breast Cancer Congress
Hamilton, Bermuda   
Exhibit and Presentation: Hyperbaric Medicine as     
Supportive Therapy in Cancer Care

7/29-31/04
4th International Symposium on HBO in    Cerebral Palsy and the Brain Injured Child
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Scientific Exhibits on Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in
CNS Injury and Hyperbaric Medicine as Supportive Therapy in Cancer Care

8/1-7/04
Advanced Topics in Multidetector CT Scanning
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Vancouver, Canada

10/22-23/04
Controversies in Breast Cancer: Adjunct and Neo
Adjunct Therapy: 2004
New York, New York

11/11-13/04
Neuro SCENAR Owner's Level I
Training and Certification Course
Orlando, FL
11/28-12/2/04
Radiological Society of North America   
Annual Meeting
Chicago, IL

12/2-4/04
12 Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine
Las Vegas, NV
Paper: Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy can Decrease
Morbidity and Increase Survival for Cancer Patients    

1/22/05
Post San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium     
USF and Moffitt, Tampa, FL    

1/29-30/05
SNM Mid Winter Meeting Educational Symposium
Saddlebrook, Wesley Chapel, FL        

2/15-16/05
Visit Ochsner Clinic and Foundation Hospital
Re P32 for Bone Metastasis           

2/17-20/05
32nd Annual Meeting ACNM
Las Vegas, NV

2/26/05
Diabetes Update - USF and Moffitt
Tampa, FL

4/14-17/05
50th Meeting SWCSNM Metting
San Antonio, TX

4/28/05
Skeletal Complications of Malignancy IV NIH
Bethesda, MD

5/1-4/05
Innovations in Cancer Treatment
London, England

5/13/05
Reaching for a Cure: New Horizons in Early Stage Neoplastic Disease               
Orlando, FL

5/18/05
American Roentgen Ray Annual Meeting
New Orleans, LA
7/21-24/05
Future of Breast Cancer: Individualizing Breast Cancer Treatment            
Southhampton, Bermuda

9/27/05
Hyperbaric Medicine Symposium
San Diego, CA
Invited Speaker: Hyperbaric Medicine in
Cancer and Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy

10/4/05
Invited speaker on Hyperbaric Medicine
Hospital de Angels; Mexico City, Mexico

10/27-29/05
Training in use of Cybernetic Biofeedback Therapy
Orlando, FL

11/28-12/2/05
RSNA, Chicago, IL
   
1/23/06
Informed Medical Ethics
Jacksonville, FL               
HIV/AIDS, Domestic Violence, Pallative Care

2/25/06
Advancing Knowledge in Health Care
HIV/AIDS
Orange Park, FL

3/8/06
Sumpter Reg. Med. Ctr.
Tumor Conf Cancer Treatment Aging
Americus, GA       

4/26 to 29
Academy of Molecullar Imaging
Breast
Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL

4/3 to 5
American College of Nuclear Med.
Breast
San Antonio, TX

4/9 to 10
SW Chapter of Society of NM
Breast
Albuquerque, MN
4/30 to 5/5
American Roentgen Ray Society
Breast, MRI, Ultrasound, Digital Memmo
Vancouver BC Canada

7/18 to 7/22
Hyperbaric Oxygenation and The Recoverable Brain, 5th Int'l. Symposium
Ft. Lauderdale, FL

7/29 to 8/5
The Johns Hopkins Medical Center
MDCT at Sea: Advanced Topics in
Multi Detector CT Scanning
Barcelona, Spain

3/13
American Association for Hyperbaric Awareness (AAHA)
Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C. Exhibit and Meeting
Congressional Brain Injury Day

3/30 to 4/1
Southwestern Chapter SNM Annual Meeting
Fort Worth, TX

4/21
Tennessee Society of Radiological Technologists
Chattanooga, TN Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)

5/7 to 5/11
American Roentgen Ray Society Annual Meeting
Orlando, FL

6/4 to 6/7
Society of Nuclear Medicine Meeting
Washington, D.C.

7/28 to 8/4
Johns Hopkins Hospital
Advanced topics in multidetector CT scanning
Venice, Italy           

11/25 to 11/30
Radiological Society of North America
Chicago, IL

1/30
Medical Errors, Informed
Jacksonville, FL

3/12
American Association for Hyperbaric Awareness (AAHA)
Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C. Meeting and Exhibit
Congressional Brain Injury Day

5/14 to 18
American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS)
Washington, D.C.

7/20
Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation
San Francisco, CA

7/24
Hyperbaric Oxygenation and the Future of Healing
6th International Symposium
Torrance, CA


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