Westview Hospital, Indianapolis, IN July 2004 – July 2007
Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine/Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Residency
Traditional Osteopathic Rotating Internship
Pikeville College School of Osteopathic Medicine, Pikeville, KY August 1999 – May 2004
Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine
University of Louisville, Louisville, KY May 1983-December 1994
Bachelor of Arts in Biology
Associate of Science in Electrical Engineering
Osteopathic Vision, LLC July 2007- Present
Meridian Holistic Center March 2012– Present
Computer Experience: Microsoft Office Suite; MS FoxPro; ACT!; Corel Draw!; Lotus cc:Mail; Lotus Notes; MS Project; MS FrontPage; MS DOS; MS Access; MS Visual Basic; Microsoft Windows; Microsoft NT; UNIX; Adobe Photoshop and Internet (HTML Web Page Design).
Instrumentation: Mass Spectrometer; Ultra Violet, Fluorescent, Dark Field, Light Field, and Phase-Contrast Microscopy; Gas Chromatography; High Performance Liquid Chromatography; NMR Spectroscopy.
Personal Skills: Strong communication and writing skills. Dedicated, detailed worker under minimum supervision.
Touro University August, 2009- June, 2010
Assistant Professor of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine
Design, create and provide lectures and labs in osteopathic manipulation to first and second year students. Serve as a mentor and advisor for students. Participate in curriculum development and implementation. Assist students in off-campus OMM based activities. Prepare and edit test questions for block exams. Participate in department and university meetings. Treat and educate students and fellows in OMM clinic and office settings.
Zeon Chemicals Incorporated February, 1998- July 1999
Microcomputer Specialist: Provide computer support to all users at three US facilities. Solicit bids and make final purchase decisions for computers and parts. Stock, maintain, and troubleshoot all desktop and notebook PCs, printers, and servers. Setup and maintain system backups, TCP/IP availability and maintenance, login accounts, system security, software distribution and network communication. Blend Japanese, Chinese and English desktop operating systems to function similarly. Evaluate new software for usability and compatibility. Instruct users on use of software and hardware. Maintain ISO 9001 and 9002 databases for record keeping and tracking purposes. Assist in database management of over 10 Alpha and 15 Intel servers. Integrate desktop PCs with SAP installation and implementation.
ExecuTrain of Kentucky October, 1996 – February, 1998
Certified Software Trainer: Train students in effective use of various end-user and technical computer software. Provide consulting services to business and industry in software training and design. Design and teach customized software classes. Provide telephone support for customers. Assist in computer maintenance and upgrades.
Travertine Environmental, Inc. September, 1994 – September, 1996
Staff Scientist: Provide consulting services to industry and other consultants in fugitive emission software. Design and instruct courses in the use of EnviroMetrics Software, Inc. products. Project manager for all fugitive emission on-site consulting. Implement software on-site and convert existing client data into necessary format. Market and write proposals for all fugitive emissions work. Title V project work and computer software design to meet client needs.
University of Louisville, Department of Therapeutics and Toxicology August, 1993-December, 1994
Laboratory Technician: Performed toxicological tests on patient samples for area hospitals and laboratories. Designed an experiment to test for nicotine levels in patient serum for a physician’s clinical thesis. Maintained mass spectrometer, gas chromatographs and other lab equipment.
University of Louisville, Red Barn, Student Activities Department November, 1987-December, 1994
Technical Committee Chairman/Technician: Maintained and operated the Student Activities Departments 500 and 1500 seat venues and their respective sound and light systems. Managed concert production of up to 20 volunteers and 5 paid staff. Trained volunteers and staff in the operation of sound and light systems. Designed, constructed, and quality tested lighting and speaker systems. Advised for purchase decisions.
Volunteer, Student Conservation Association, Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii
Assist the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Department in habitat management to save the endangered Hawaiian crow (‘Alala). Work with mosquito control projects on the island. Assist in other ongoing field work and laboratory projects.
Volunteer, United States Department of Agriculture, U.S. Forest Service, Daniel Boone National Forest, Stanton/Cumberland Ranger District
Supervise trail crews and perform trail maintenance in the 35,000 acre Red River Gorge Geologic Area. Construct new trails as needed. Assist in historic artifact recovery. Perform carpentry and maintenance at the Gladie Creek Historic Site. Repair and maintain volunteer equipment. On call for mountain search and rescue team in the Red River Gorge Area. Volunteer of the Year for the Commonwealth of Kentucky in 2003.
Volunteer, Metro Parks Department, City of Louisville, Jefferson County Memorial Forest
Supervise crews and perform trail maintenance on trails within the forest. Assist in new trail construction and design. Assist in coordinating volunteer participation for trail maintenance.
Volunteer, Recreational Equipment Inc. (REI), Indianapolis, IN
Supervise crews to build and perform trail maintenance on trails in cooperation with REI. Assist in new trail construction and design. Assist in coordinating volunteer participation for trail maintenance.
“Endobiogenic Medicine: an introduction”, Course, Eugene, OR 2011.