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  1. 1. 1 CURRICULUM VITAE ________________ Guy P. Marti June 15, 2010 DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION Current Appointments The Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine Surgery, Bayview Medical Center Veterinary Technician, Staff Personal Data Business Address: Bayview Medical Center 4940 Eastern Ave, Alpha Ctr 307 Ph: 410-550-3225, Fax: 410-550-8040 email: gmarti1@jhmi.edu Education and Training 1978-1985: Pre-Med and Medical School. PARIS University V Pierre et Marie Curie. Pre-Med and Medical School programs are completed in the same University in the French Educational System. Admittance is subject to a Numerus Clausus National Exam. 1985-1987: Pre-Residency Program. This was a two years Pre-Residency required to complete the MD curriculum. 1987-1991: Residency. Maxillofacial Surgery is a specialty of Surgery and required training in General Surgery and Orthopaedics (one year and a half), Plastic Reconstructive Surgery (six month) and Maxillofacial Surgery (one year). This training was completed in the University and School of Medicine of TOURS. Extramural training during Residency: 1989: Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology, Kremlin-Bicetre, Paris 1989: Cervicofacial Oncology, Institut Gustave Roussy, Villejuif, Paris Post-Graduate Training: Oral Implantology, 1991 Freiburg (Germany), 1991 Geneva (Switzerland) Orthognatic Surgery, 1993, Marseilles (France) Head and Neck Reconstructive Surgery, 1996 Paris (France) Additional Training in the US: 2004: Introduction to Clinical Research, Johns Hopkins General Clinical Res. Ctr 2004: Fundamentals of Surgical Research Course, Association for Academic Surgery 2004: Taking an Idea to the Market Workshop, Association for Academic Surgery 2004-2006: Medical literature search techniques and grant writing Professional Experience 1991-2002: Maxillofacial Surgeon, Hospital Clinique de l’Ermitage, Dammarie, France 1998-2001: Post-Doc Fellow, Department of Surgery, Division of Plastic Surgery, Johns Hopkins University 2002-present : Head of Maxillofacial Surgery, Hospital Clinique Saint jean, Melun,
  2. 2. 2 France 2003-present: Staff, Department of Surgery, Bayview Medical Center, Johns Hopkins University RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Publications Peer-reviewed original research articles 1. Mofid MM, Inoue N, Atabey A, Marti G, Chao EY, Manson P.N, Vanderkolk C. Callus Stimulation in Distraction Osteogenesis. Plast Reconstr.Surg.2002 Apr 15 ;109(5):1621-9. 2. Marti G. Flaps for Facial Reconstructive Surgery, Comparison of Different Techniques and Phonetic Results. Rééducation Orthophonique. 2002 Jun (210):27-42. 3. Clouteau F, Hugly JM, Marti G. CranioMaxilloCervicoFacial PhysioTherapy, Description of a Multidisciplinary Approach and Original Techniques Part I, L’orthodontiste (ex SOS Ortho). 2004 Jan (117):5-14. 4. Clouteau F, Hugly JM, Marti G. CranioMaxilloCervicoFacial PhysioTherapy, Description of a Multidisciplinary Approach and Original Techniques Part II, L’orthodontiste (ex SOS Ortho). 2004 Mar (118):5-11. 5. Marti G, Ferguson M, Wang J, Dieb R, Qaiser R, Bonde P, Duncan MD, Harmon JW. Electroporative transfection with KGF-1 DNA improves wound healing in a diabetic mouse model. Gene Ther. 2004 Dec;11(24):1780-5 6. Elshahat A, Inoue N, Marti G, Safe I, Manson P, Vanderkolk C. Role of Guided Bone Regeneration Principle in Preventing Fibrous Healing in Distraction Osteogenesis at High Speed: Experimental Study in Rabbit Mandibles. J Craniofac Surg. 2004 Nov;15(6):916-21. 7. Elshahat A, Inoue N, Marti G, Safe I, Manson P, Vanderkolk C. Guided bone regeneration at the donor site of iliac bone grafts for future use as autogenous grafts. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2005 Sep 15;116(4):1068-75; discussion 1076. 8. Sui G, Bonde P, Dhara S, Broor A, Wang J, Marti G, Feldmann G, Duncan M, Montgomery E, Maitra A, Harmon JW. Epidermal growth factor receptor and hedgehog signaling pathways are active in esophageal cancer cells from rat reflux model. J Surg Res. 2006 Jul;134(1):1-9. Epub 2006 Feb 20. 9. Lin MP, Marti GP, Dieb R, Wang J, Ferguson M, Qaiser R, Bonde P, Duncan MD, Harmon JW. Delivery of plasmid DNA expression vector for keratinocyte growth factor-1 using electroporation to improve cutaneous wound healing in a septic rat model. Wound Repair Regen. 2006, Sept-Oct; 14(5):618-624 10. Bonde P, Sui G, Dhara S, Wang J, Broor A, Kim IF, Wiley JE, Marti G, Duncan M, Jaffee E, Montgomery E, Maitra A, Harmon JW. Cytogenetic Characterization and Gene Expression Profiling in the Rat Reflux Induced Esophageal Tumor Model. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg. 2007 Mar;133(3):763-9 11. Miyashita T, Shah FA, Marti G, Wang J, Armstrong T, Bonde P, Gibson MK, Yoshimura K, Montgomery EA, Duncan MD, Jaffee EM, Harmon JW. Vaccine Impedes the Development of Reflux-Induced Esophageal Cancer in a Surgical Rat
  3. 3. 3 Model: Efficacy of the Vaccine in a Pre-Barrett's Esophagus Setting. J Gastrointest Surg. 2008 Jan ;12(1) :2-7 ; discussion 7-9. Epub 2007 Oct 24 12. Miyashita T, Shah FA, Marti GP, Armstrong TD, Wang J, Bonde P, Gibson MK, Yoshimura K, Montgomery EA, Duncan M, Jaffee EM, Harmon JW. Vaccine Impedes the Development of Reflux-induced Esophageal Cancer in a Surgical Rat Model: Efficacy of the Vaccine in a Post-Barrett's Esophagus Setting. Dig Dis Sci. 2008 Nov;53(11):2858-67. Epub 2008 Mar 15. 13. Liu L, Marti GP, Wei X, Zhang X, Zhang H, Liu YV, Nastai M, Semenza GL, Harmon JW. Age-dependent impairment of HIF-1alpha expression in diabetic mice: Correction with electroporation-facilitated gene therapy increases wound healing, angiogenesis, and circulating angiogenic cells. J Cell Physiol. 2008 Nov;217(2):319-27. 14. Zhang X, Liu L, Wei X, Tan YS, Tong L, Chang Bs R, Ghanamah MS, Reinblatt M, Marti GP, Harmon JW, Semenza GL. Impaired angiogenesis and mobilization of circulating angiogenic cells in HIF-1alpha heterozygous-null mice after burn wounding. Wound Repair Regen. 2010 Feb 16. [Epub ahead of print]PMID: 20163569 15. Zhang X, Wei X, Liu L, Marti GP, Ghanamah MS, Arshad MJ, Strom L, Spence R, Jeng J, Milner S, Harmon JW, Semenza GL. Association of increasing burn severity in mice with delayed mobilization of circulating angiogenic cells. Arch Surg. 2010 Mar;145(3):259-66 Review articles 1. Goga D, Marti G, Ballon G, Laffont J, Gervoson X, Roumagnou P. Condylar Fracture and involvement of the Trigeminal Nerve. Rev Stomatol Chir Maxillofac. 1990;91(6):447-51. Review. French 2. Ferguson M, Byrnes C, Sun E, Marti G, Bonde P, Duncan MD, Harmon JW. Wound healing enhancement: Electroporation to address a classic problem of military medicine. World J Surg. 2005;29 suppl 1:S55-9 Review Book Chapters, Monographs 1. Guy P Marti, Parsa Mohebi, Lixin Liu, Jiaai Wang, Tomoharu Miyashita, John W. Harmon. KGF-1 for wound healing in animal models. In: Shulin Li ed. Electroporation protocols: Experimental and Clinical Medicine, The Humana Press Inc 2008 2. Guy Marti MD, Lixin Liu PhD, Xianjie Zhang MD PhD, Denise King RN, Angela Kohli RN, Maura Reinblat MD, William Greenough MD, John W Harmon MD FACS. Wound Healing and Aging. In: Rosenthal RE, Katlic MR, Zenilman ME eds. Principles and practice of geriatric surgery, 2e. Ney York, NY:Springer, 2010 in press Books, Textbooks Marti G. Training Textbook for Physiotherapist Students related to TMJ and Maxillofacial Pathology, Published by the author for the School of Physiotherapists, Hopital Saint Maurice, Paris, 1997 Other media, video JM Hugly, F Clouteau, G Marti, JB Kerbrat. Video: Principles of a novel physiotherapy in children with ectodermal dysplasia. Societe Française de
  4. 4. 4 Stomatologie, Chirurgie Maxillo-faciale et Chirurgie Plastique de la Face, Pitié Salpêtrière, Paris, France. Oct 4, 2002. Inventions, Patents, Copyrights 1. US National Phase No: 12/300,685 Filed Nov. 13, 2008 Based on PCT/US2007/012137 Filed May 22, 2007 Entitled: COMPOSITION AND METHOD FOR TREATING ESOPHAGEAL DYSPLASIA 2. US National Phase Application N0: 11/883,554 Filed Aug. 2, 2007 Based on PCT/US2006/003916 Entitled: ELECTROPORATION GENE THERAPY GUN SYSTEM Extramural Sponsorship (current, pending, previous) For each grant or contract please provide: dates, title, identification number, sponsor, total direct cost, current year direct cost, principal investigator, your role,your percent effort  Grants  Contracts  Other EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES Teaching  Classroom instruction 1. Nursing School Fontainebleau Hospital (France), Oral and Maxillofacial pathology, plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 1991-2001 2. National School of Physiotherapists, Saint Maurice Hospital, Paris (France) Oral and Maxillofacial pathology, plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 2001-present  CME instruction 1. Implant treatment planning and hands-on surgery. Friatek, Nemours (France) 14 sessions organized between 1991 and 1999. 2. Facial Cutaneous Cancers. Association FMC Reunions de Medecine (General Practionners), Oct4, 1993 3. Scanora and Cone Beam radiology. ONFOC Dental Association, May 19, 1994 4. Oral Pathology, Oral Dermatology. 8 sessions organized between Nov. 16, 1992 and July 17, 1995 5. Temporo-mandibular joint disorders. Association des professionels Liberaux de Moret sur Loing (GPs) June 13, 1995 6. Surgical Technique of Intraoral Submaxillectomy. Post graduate conference, Ermitage Hospital Melun, Feb. 15, 1996 7. Regenerative Therapy with Memebranes, Biological Principles and Clinical Applications. Post-graduate dental education course in association with the Indian Dental Association, Ragas Dental College, Madras (India), Jan. 8, 1998 8. Sylverman Syndrome and the Maxillofacial Lesions in Abused Children. Post- graduate education conference, Ermitage Hospital Melun, March 5, 1998
  5. 5. 5 9. Functional Aspects of Genioplasty Procedures. Post-graduate education conference, Ermitage Hospital Melun, Nov. 2, 2000 10. Update on Transplantation Techniques and Results. Post-graduate education conference, Ermitage Hospital Melun, May 10, 2001 11. Rare Tumors of the Maxillofacial Region. Post-graduate education conference, Ermitage Hospital Melun, Sept. 29, 2001 Editorial Activities Member of the Editorial Board of the journal: Revue L’Orthodontiste. Philodent Editor, France, 2006-present CLINICAL ACTIVITIES Certification Licence and Board Certification were traditionally given together at the end of the training. 1991: MD Degree, # 77-1041308 1991: French Board Certification of Maxillofacial Surgeon Service Responsibilities Maxillofacial Surgery, Head of Department Hospital Clinique Saint jean, Melun, France. Part time ORGANIZATIONAL ACTIVITIES Institutional Administrative Appointments Expert Consultant for the Department of State Administration for Welfare and Healthcare, France (Medecin Assermente DDRASS), 1995-present Professional Societies - CEET (Continuing Education group for various professionals involved in maxillofacial treatments, France). Founder (1999) Secretary (1999-2001) - CERROF (Group promoting research and teaching on craniofacial growth and abnormalities, France). Founder (2001) President (2001-present) - Wound Healing Society (USA). Member, 2005-present Conference Organizer, SessionChair - First International Congress of the CEET in association with the French West Indies Society for Continuous Education in Dental Sciences. President, session moderator. Guadeloupe, French West Indies, Sept. 27-Oct.3, 1998 - Annual Congress of the CERROF group. President, 2003-present. Advisory Committees, Review Groups Member of the advisory committee of TEKKA Industries, Manufacturer of maxillofacial plates and implants. 2000-2004
  6. 6. 6 RECOGNITION Invited Talks, Panels 1. Successful Bone Regeneration Therapy Around Transplanted Third Molars. Invited speakerand sessionmoderator. The First International Meeting of the Egyptian Periodontal Society, Cairo Egypt, Feb 14-16, 1997 2. Resorbable Membranes in Guides Bone Regeneration and Guided Tissue Regeneration. Invited speaker. 1st Symposium Sulzer-Calcitek, Fontainebleau, France, March 20, 1997 3. Use of Periodontal Membranes in General Dentistry. (Followed by surgical demonstrations on patients) Invited speaker. Ragas Dental College Post- Graduate Conference in association with the Indian dental Association, Madras, India, Jan. 9, 1998 4. Tissue Regenerative Therapy with Membranes in Periodontology and Beyond. Invited keynote speaker (second non-Indian speaker in 22 years with interview in the National Newspaper “The Hitavada”. XXII National Conference of Indian Society of Periodontology, Nagpur, India, Jan. 12, 1998 5. Bone and Soft Tissue Regeneration with Resorbable Membranes. Invited keynote speaker. First Panamean and Costa-Rican Scientific Meeting of Maxillofacial Surgery. University Hospital Santo Tomas, Panama. Feb. 20, 1998 6. Tales of a Research Lab in the USA, How you can be part of it. Key note address at conference closing ceremony. Medicalis 2008, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, May8- 11, 2008 7. The Future of Bone Regeneration will be with Growth Factors Gene Therapy. Invited Speaker, panelist. Euroteknika, Sallanches France, March 27, 2010 OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS Helped to create and organize a Medical and Dental Clinic in an orphanage in Tananarive, Madagascar. 2000-2001

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