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Internal Primary Care Liver Disease Biliary System Medicine Expert Witness

Provides Opinion & Testimony In:

Board Certified Internal Primary Care Medicine, Internal Medicine, Board Certified Internal Medicine, Ambulatory Primary Care Medicine, Hospital Based Primary Care Medicine, Liver Disease, Biliary System, Primary Care Medicine HMO Medicine, Pharmacology, Pharmacology Drug Interactions, Pharmacology Adverse Drug Reactions, Pharmacology Psychopharmacology,

Expert Witness No.1143

Connecticut

EDUCATION

1977, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey (AB; art and archaeology, Summa cu laude)

1979, Columbia University School of General Studies, New York (post-baccalaureate premedical studies)

1983, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, (M.D.)

CAREER

1983-84, Intern, Department of Internal Medicine, Presbyterian Hospital in New York

1984-86, Resident, Department of Internal Medicine, Presbyterian Hospital in New York

1986-87, Postdoctoral Clinical Fellow, Digestive Diseases, university school of medicine, Connecticut

1987-89, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Hepatic Hemodynamic Laboratory, Liver Study Unit, VAMC, university school of medicine, Connecticut

1989-91, Physician, Internal Medicine, university health

1989-92, Attending, Department of Internal Medicine, hospital and veterans administration medical center, Clinical Instructor, Department of Internal Medicine (Digestive Diseases,) Connecticut

1991-92, Chief, Department of Internal Medicine, university health services; Attending; Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, school of medicine (Digestive Diseases.)

1992-97, Chief, Department of Internal Medicine and Urgent Care, university health services, attending ; Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, school of medicine (Digestive Diseases.)

1997, Director, university health services, attending; Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, school of medicine

HONORS AND RECOGNITION

Summa Cum Laude, Princeton

Phi Beta Kappa, Princeton University

Alpha Omega Alpha, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons

Janeway Prize, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons

American Liver Foundation Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Award

Outstanding Provider Award

Connecticut “Top Docs” (Internal Medicine) /The Best Doctors in America (Connecticut Magazine, Woodward/White Inc. of Aiken S.C. database

Fellow of the American College of Physicians

CERTIFICATION

American Board of Internal Medicine

MEMBERSHIP

American College of Physicians (Fellow)

American College Health Association

American Association of Health Plans

Connecticut Association of Health Plans

Connecticut Hospital Association

TEACHING ACTIVITIES

1989-97 Consult Service Attending, Department of Internal Medicine (Digestive Diseases), medical center, Connecticut

1989 – Present A Private Company, Internal Medicine Service, hospital

1991 – 1997 Preceptor, Resident Longitudinal Clinics – Ambulatory Internal Medicine, school of medicine

1991 – 1997 Preceptor, third and fourth year student clerkships in ambulatory internal medicine, school of medicine

1989-93, laboratory activities (teaching, collaboration in research, writing) Hepatic Hemodynamic Laboratory, Liver Study Unit, university school of medicine, Connecticut

1997-present, Guest lecturer in school of medicine (Internal Medicine, Urology, Epidemiology and Public Health, others,) Departments of Economics and Political Science and school of management on the following topics:

Health care policy, Quality of care, Medical leadership, Organizational development, Managed care

1989-present, Lectures in CLINICAL INTERNAL MEDICINE for school of medicine third and fourth year students and Internal Medicine resident staff; between ten and twelve of these (and other) topics delivered once or twice each year as part of education/training curriculum in Inpatient Internal Medicine:

Dementia, Delirium, Depression and Alternation of Mental Status, Deep Venous Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolus, Hepatitis viruses A,B,C and others, Non-viral Causes of Liver Disease, Manifestations and Complications of Cirrhosis, Alcohol and the Liver, Congestive Heart Failure, Diabetes- Pathogenesis and Management, Diabetic Ketoacidosis and Hyperosmolar Disease, Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease, Pneumonia – Community and Hospital Acquired, Approach to Lung Nodules and Unexpected Radiographic Abnormalities, HIV Disease – Various topics, Acid Peptic Disease and Other Causes and Management of GI Bleeding, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Acute and Chronic Pancreatitis, Coagulation and Anticoagulation, Acute and Chronic Anemia, Sickle Cell Disease and Crisis, Tuberculosis, Mental Disorders Relevant to the Practice of Hospital-Based Internal Medicine, Fluid and Electrolyte Disorders, Acid-Base Physiology, Renal Insufficiency, Hypertension, Central Nervous System Infections, Headache, Neurology for the Hospital-based Internist, Lung Cancer- Screening, Manifestations and Diagnosis, Colon Cancer- Screening, Manifestations and Diagnosis, Oncology Topics for the General Inpatient Internal Medicine Service, Vasculitis, Systemic Lupus Erythematosus and Other Major Connective Tissue Diseases, Chest Pain – Assessment and Management, Evaluation of Fever including Fever of Unknown Origin, Syncope, The Sepsis Syndrome, Infectious Endocarditis, Ischemic Heart Disease, Addictions- Drugs, Ethanol, Tobacco – Assessment and Complications, Toxicity from Drugs and Pharmaceuticals

PERSONAL/VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES

Preceptor, Project Hope

Edgerton Park Association

New Haven Chorale

ORIGINAL PAPERS

Available upon request

CHAPTERS

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