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Expert Witness No.479

North Carolina

Education

Pre-Professional:

Fairmont High School, Kettering, Ohio – 1958
National Honor Society
Eagle Scout
President High School Hi-Y (YMCA) chapter
President Dayton Regional High School YMCA chapters
Athletics Manager and Statistician

DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana, B.A. – 1962
University Student Senate Representative
Delta Omicron Chi-Honorary Premedical Fraternity

Freiburg Universitat, Freiburg, Germany – 1961

Professional:

Ohio State University, College of Medicine, Columbus, Ohio, M.D. – 1966
Award for outstanding paper in Obstetrics and Pediatrics, "A Study of Sudden Unexpected Deaths in Infancy in Columbus."

Training

Externship:

Montgomery County Coroner’s Office, Dayton, Ohio, 1963-64.
Denver Children’s Hospital, 1965.

Internship:

Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton, Ohio, 7/66 – 6/67.

Residency:

Duke University Medical Center, Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, 7/67 – 6/71.

Fellowships:

Dade County Medical Examiner’s Office, Miami, Florida, 4/69 – 7/69.
Division of Hematology, Duke University, 7/69 – 4/70.
Clinical Coagulation Laboratories, University of North Carolina, School of Medicine, 4/70 – 7/70.

Postgraduate Courses:

Medical Radioisotopes Course, Oakridge, Tennessee, 5/72 – 6/72.

Professional License

Ohio, by examination, 7/66
North Carolina, by reciprocity, 9/67
Texas, by reciprocity, 12/72

Board Certification

American Board of Pathology, Clinical and anatomic Pathology, 1971
Forensic Pathology, 1974
Radioisotope Pathology, 1975

Work Experience Record

Director of Laboratories, Nash Health Care Systems, Rocky Mount, NC, 1978 – 2006, RETIRED

Director and Founder, Forensic Toxicology Laboratory for Nash HealthCare Systems, 1990-2003
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Regional Pathologist, North Carolina Chief Medical Examiner’s Office, 1978 – 2006;
Established Forensic Pathology Investigation Team in Nash County

Medical Examiner, Nash and Edgecombe Counties, 1978 –

Staff Pathologist and Director of Radioisotope Division, Riverside Methodist Hospital (850 bed; Medical School affiliated), Columbus, Ohio. 1974-1978.

Member of Radioisotope, Institutional Review, and Infectious Disease Committees. Riverside Methodist Hospital, 1974 – 1978.

Deputy Coroner and Forensic Pathologist, Franklin County, Columbus, Ohio 1975 – 1978.  Chief Investigator of 100+ patients who were victims of therapeutic irradiation overdose.

Chief, Anatomic Pathology, Wilford Hall U.S.Air Force Medical Center (1,000 beds – 45 bassinets; Medical School affiliated) Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, 1972 – 1974.

Assistant Forensic Pathologist for the Medical Examiner, Bexar County, San Antonio, Texas, 1973 and 1974.

Durham County Medical Examiner, 1970 – 1972.  Instrumental in establishing the first Medical Examiner’s system in Durham County and was the first appointed Durham County Medical Examiner.

Associate in Pathology, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, July 1971.

Teaching Appointments

Medical Director and Adjunct Professor, School of Medical Technology, Atlantic Christian College, 1982 – 1987.

Clinical Assistant Professor of Pathology, School of Medicine, East Carolina University, 1979 – 2006.

Clinical Assistant Professor of Pathology, Ohio State University College of Medicine, Columbus, Ohio, 1975 – 1978.

Assistant Professor of Pathology, University of Texas Medical School at San Antonio 1973 – 1974.

Assistant Professor of Pathology, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina, 1972, Established the Duke University Medical Center Forensic Pathology Investigation Program and the Durham County Medical Examiners System.

Instructor in Forensic Pathology, Duke University Medical Center. 1970 – 1972.

Consulting Appointments

Medical-Legal consultations to attorneys in NC, VA, SC, GA, TN, TX AND OH.

Regional Military Consultant in Pathology to Surgeon General, United States Air Force, 1972 – 1974.

Consulting Pathologist, Franklin Memorial Hospital and Franklin County Health Department, Louisburg, NC;

Consulting Pathologist, Edgecombe General Hospital and Heritage Hospital, Tarboro, NC.

Consultant, Research Triangle Institute of Automotive Safety, 1969 – 1972.

Governing Board Appointments

Board of Directors, North Carolina Wesleyan College, 2006 –
Nash Community College Foundation Board, Rocky Mount, NC, 2005 –
Board of Directors, Rocky Mount United Way, 1980 – 1985.

Organizations

President, Nash County Medical Society, 1995 –

SMS-Laboratory Users Group, President, 1988-1990

Shared Medical System – SMS Lab Advisory Board, 1986 – 1990

Mayors Committee for Drug Abuse, 1987

New York Academy of Sciences, 1986

Fellow, College of American Pathologists, 1981.

Board of Directors, Rocky Mount Area United Way, 1980 – 1985, 1994 –

American Society of Clinical Pathologists, 1970 –

North Carolina Medical Society, 1978 –

Kiwanis, 1979 –

Franklin County, Ohio, Academy of Medicine, 1974 – 1978.
Council Member
Chairman, Disaster Services

American Academy of Forensic Sciences, 1972 –

American College of Nuclear Medicine, 1974 –

North Carolina Society of Pathologists, 1978 –

Franklin County Ohio Hospital Administrators Disaster Planning Committee, 1977 – 1978.

Board of Directors, American Trauma Society, Franklin County Chapter, 1975 – 1978.

State of Ohio Advisory Committee on Sudden Infant Death, 1976 – 1978.

Publications And Presentations

Available upon request

Awards

Who’s Who in the America, 1987

Who’s Who in the South, 1980.


Who’s Who in the Midwest, 1978.

Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers, Lecturer’s Award, 1979-1980.

Ohio State Medical Association Physicians Recognition Award.

American Medical Association Physician’s Recognition Award.

Recognition for providing educational presentations and student support to Nash and Rocky Mount schools, Nash Community College, and North Carolina Wesleyan College.

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