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CURRICULUM VITAE
RONALD GOLDNER, M.D., F.A.C.P.
Clinical Professor of Dermatology
University of Maryland School of Medic...
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Military Service
1970-1972 Major, USAF Andrews AFB, Washington, DC
1971-1972 Chief, Dermatology Service
Employment Histo...
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1973 -2007 American Physicians Fellowship
1973.1988 Southern Medical Association
1972 Maryland Dermatologic Society
1975...
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Editorial Board
1986-2001 Journal of Toxicology - Cutaneous and Ocular Toxicology
1989-1998 American Journal of Contact ...
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U of Maryland School of Medicine
2000-present Weekly textbook review with dermatology residents (~10 residents)
U of Mar...
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15. Goldner R. Triamcinolone acetonide spray (reformulated) in the treatment of topical
steroid-responsive dermatoses. I...
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Occupational and Environmental Medicine. Philadelphia: WB Saunders, 2001.
Abstracts
1. Burnett JW, Goldner R, Stone JH, ...
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8. Annual Cherry Blossom Podiatric Dermatology Seminar. American Society of Podiatric
Dermatology. "Infections of the sk...
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8. Annual Cherry Blossom Podiatric Dermatology Seminar. American Society of Podiatric
Dermatology. "Infections of the sk...
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  1. 1. 1 CURRICULUM VITAE RONALD GOLDNER, M.D., F.A.C.P. Clinical Professor of Dermatology University of Maryland School of Medicine August 1, 2009 Contact Information 419 West Redwood Street Ste 240 Baltimore, MD 21201 (410) 328-5766 Email: rgoldner@som.umaryland.edu Education 1956-1960 B.S. University of Maryland School of Pharmacy Cum Laude Baltimore, Maryland Major: Pharmacy 1961-1965 M.D. University of Maryland School of Medicine Baltimore, Maryland Major: Medical School Post Graduate Education and Training Internship (rotating) 1965-1966 Maryland General Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Residency (medical) 1966-1967 Maryland General Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Residency (Dermatology) 1967-1970 University of Maryland School of Medicine Baltimore, Maryland Certification 1965 Maryland Board of Physicians 1966 National Board of Medical Examiners 1971 Diplomat, American Board of Dermatology Medical Licensures 1972 – present State of Maryland
  2. 2. 1 Military Service 1970-1972 Major, USAF Andrews AFB, Washington, DC 1971-1972 Chief, Dermatology Service Employment History Faculty Appointments 1970-1971 Clinical Instructor in Medicine George Washington University 1970-1971 Clinical Instructor in Medicine Georgetown University 1971-1972 Clinical Assistant Professor Georgetown University 1972-1985 Clinical Assistant Professor University of Maryland School of Medicine 1973 Clinical Assistant Professor University of Maryland School of Pharmacy 1985-1998 Clinical Associate Professor University of Maryland School of Medicine 1986- Clinical Associate University of Maryland School of Nursing 1998- Clinical Professor University of Maryland School of Medicine Clinical Appointments 1973-2004 Head, Division of Dermatology Maryland General Hospital Attending Physician: University of Maryland Hospital Professional Society Memberships 1958 Rho Chi, Pharmaceutical Honor Society 1960 Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society 1970 American Academy of Dermatology 1970-1996 Society for Investigative Dermatology 1972 Baltimore City Medical Society 1972 Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of Maryland 1972 University of Maryland Dermatology Alumni President 1972- American Medical Association 1973 - Dermatology Foundation 1996-1998 Leaders Society, Vice-Chairman, Maryland
  3. 3. 2 1973 -2007 American Physicians Fellowship 1973.1988 Southern Medical Association 1972 Maryland Dermatologic Society 1975-1976, President 1979-1989 American Society for Clinical Hypnosis 1989 American Contact Dermatitis Society 1989-1992, 2005-2008, Board of Directors 2000- Noah Worcester Dermatological Society Honors and Awards 1975 Fellowship, American College of Physicians 1975- American Academy of Dermatology Continuing Medical Education Award 2001-2002 Best Doctors in America 2005-2006 2009-2010 2002, 2007 Top Doctors, Baltimore Magazine 2004 University of Maryland Resident Teaching Award, Department of Dermatology 2007 AAD Members Making A Difference, Leadership Circle Local and National Service Committees 1978-1984 Task Force on Evaluation of Therapeutic Agents Committee on Contact Dermatitis 1979-1984 Liaison Committee Department of Health and Mental Hygiene 1981-1984 Dermatologic Drug Advisory Committee, Food and Drug Administration 1990 Therapeutic and Formulary Committee, Med Chi Medicare Advisory Committee Maryland Dermatology Society Representative 1996 Peer Review Committee Baltimore City Medical Society 1999-2002 Needs Assessment Committee, AAD 2000 - 2001 Managed Care Committee, Med Chi Baltimore City Medical Society 2001 - 2003 Pesticide Panel, Gulf War and Health National Academy of Sciences, Institute of Medicine 2001-2004 Medical Alumni Association Board of Directors 2005 – 2006 Medical Alumni Association Secretary 2006 – 2007 Medical Alumni Association Vice president 2007 – 2008 Medical Alumni Association 1st Vice President 2008.2009 President
  4. 4. 3 Editorial Board 1986-2001 Journal of Toxicology - Cutaneous and Ocular Toxicology 1989-1998 American Journal of Contact Dermatitis 1989.1991 Podiatry Tracts 2001 - Bulletin, University of Maryland Medical Alumni Association Community 1982-1984 Chizuk Amuno Synagogue President, Brotherhood 2002 Board of Directors Chairman Museum Committee Consultant 1983-1984 Division OTC Drug Evaluation Food and Drug Administration 1986-2000 Proctor & Gamble Cosmetics & Fragrance Products 1990-1992 The Andrew Jergens Company 1996-2008 Trailblazer Health Enterprises (Medicare) Teaching Service 1972-present Medical student teaching (3rd & 4th years) (~ 30 students) 4 – one hour lectures per year U of Maryland School of Medicine 1972-present Weekly dermatology grand rounds (students, residents & housestaff) Individual case presentations and case discussion. U of Maryland School of Medicine 1972-1999 Weekly lectures to dermatology residents (~ 10 residents) 1 hour lecture on Dermatopharmacology U of Maryland School of Medicine 1972-1999 Annual lecture series to dermatology residents (~10 residents) 1 hour lecture on Dermatologic x-ray therapy. U of Maryland School of Medicine 1973-1998 Annual lecture to Pharmacy students (~50 students) 2 hour lecture in Clinical Pharmacy course U of Maryland School of Pharmacy 1980-1990 Annual lecture to Primary Care Physicians (~ 30 physicians) 1 hour lecture Dermatology Days Symposium 1985-1995 Annual lecture to Nurse practioner students (~ 50 students) 2 hour dermatology lecture U of Maryland School of Nursing 1989-present Annual lecture series to dermatology residents (~10 residents) 1 hour lecture on contact dermatitis and patch testing.
  5. 5. 4 U of Maryland School of Medicine 2000-present Weekly textbook review with dermatology residents (~10 residents) U of Maryland School of Medicine 2004-present Annual lecture to sophomore medical students (~ 30 students) 1 hour lecture on Clinical Mycology U of Maryland School of Medicine Publications Refereed Journal Articles 1. Goldner R. Carcinoma developing in lupus erythematosus scar. Southern Medical Journal 1969; 62:733-738. 2. Goldner R, Burnett JW, Stone JH, Dilaimy MB. The chemical composition of sea nettle nematocysts. Proc. Soc. Exp. Bio. and Med. 1969; 131:1386-1388. 3. Burnett JW, Goldner R. The effects of Chrysaora quinquecirrha (sea nettle) toxin on rat cardiovascular system. Proc. Soc. Exp. Bio. and Med. 1969; 132:353-356. 4. Burnett JW, Goldner R. Partial purification of sea nettle Chrysaora quinquecirrha nematocyst toxin. Proc. Soc. Exp. Bio. and Med. 1970; 133:978-981. 5. Stone JH, Burnett JW, Goldner R. The amino acid content of sea nettle Chrysaora quinquecirrha nematocysts. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 1970; 33:707-710. 6. Goldner R. Eccrine poromatosis. Arch Dermatol 1970; 101:606-608. 7. Burnett JW, Goldner R. The effect of Chrysaora quinquecirrha (sea nettle) toxin on rat nerve and muscle. Toxicon 1970; 8:179-181. 8. Burnett JW, Gould WM, Goldner R. Sea nettle toxin. Immunologic protection from cutaneous stings and other biological effects. Clinical Research 1971; 19:359. 9. Burnett JW, Goldner R. Some immunological aspects of sea nettle toxin. Toxicon 1971; 9:271-277. 10. Goldner R. Zosteriform porokeratosis of mibelli. Arch Dermatol 1971; 104:425-426. 11. Goldner R. Peri-anal Hailey-Hailey disease. Cutis 1973; 12:573-574. 12. Burnett JW, Goldner R, Calton GJ. Cowden disease report of two additional cases. Br. J. Dermatol 1975; 93:329-336. 13. Millikan LE, Goldner R. Current clinical therapeutics: Dermatitis herpetiformis. Inter J. Dermatol 1976; 15:538-544. 14. Goldner R. The diagnosis and treatment of skin cancer involving the foot. Journal of the American Podiatry Association 1980; 70:325-326.
  6. 6. 5 15. Goldner R. Triamcinolone acetonide spray (reformulated) in the treatment of topical steroid-responsive dermatoses. Inter J. Dermatol 1981; 20:659-661. 16. Sina B, Goldner R, Burnett JW. Granulomatous panniculitis and Hodgkin's disease. Cutis 1984; 33:403-404. 17. Goldner R, Sina B. Granuloma faciale: The role of Dapsone and prior irradiation on the cause of the disease. Cutis 1984; 33:478-482. 18. Sina B, Goldner R. Malignant melanoma and pigmented lesions: a diagnostic and management dilemma. Southern Med J 1990; 83:1218-1223. 19. Goldner R. Moisturizers: a dermatologist's perspective. Journal of Toxicology Cutaneous and Ocular Toxicology 1992; 11:193-197. 20. Jackson EM, Stephens TJ, Goldner R. The use of diabetic panels and patients to test the healing properties of a new skin protectant cream and lotion. Cosmetic Dermatology 1994; 7:44-48. 21. Lutz LL, Goldner R, Burnett JW. Penetrating injury from horseshoe crab tail. Cutis 2000; 66: 13-14 22. Chwalek J, Cooper J, Goldner, R, Kao G. Acute generalized bullous eruption in a two year old boy. Arch Dermatol 2008; 144: 673-678 23. Munoz CA, Gaspari A, Goldner R. Contact dermatitis from a prosthesis. Dermatitis 2008; 19:109-111 Books 1. Goldner R., The History of Dermatology at the University of Maryland, Brushwood Graphics Design Group, 2007 2. Jackson EM, Goldner R. Irritant contact dermatitis. New York: Marcel Dekker, 1990. Contributing Author 1. Gulf War and Health - Insecticides and Solvents, Volume 2. Committee on Gulf War and Health: Literature Review of Pesticides and Solvents. Board of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. Washington, DC: National Academies Press, 2003 Chapters 1. Goldner R. Work-related irritant contact dermatitis. In: Nethercott J.R., (Ed.), Occupational Medicine: State of the Art Reviews. Philadelphia: Hanley & Belfus, 1994 2. Goldner R , Jackson EM. Irritant contact dermatitis. In: Hogan, D.J., (Ed.), Occupational Skin Disorders. New York: Igaku-Shoin, 1994. 3. Goldner R. Work related contact dermatitis. In: Elgart, M.L., (Ed.), Clinics in
  7. 7. 6 Occupational and Environmental Medicine. Philadelphia: WB Saunders, 2001. Abstracts 1. Burnett JW, Goldner R, Stone JH, Diliamy MS. Chemical composition of sea nettle nematocysts. Fed. Proc. 1969; 28:777, (ABS 2898). 2. Burnett JW, Goldner R. Observations on the pathogenesisof sea nettle Chrysaora quinquecirrha lethal toxin. Fed.Proc. 1970; 29:317, (ABS. 411). 3. Goldner R, Burnett JW. Observations on the pathogenesis of sea nettle lethal toxin. Clinical Research 1970; 18:348. Book Reviews 1. D.C.E. Speller, Antifungal chemotherapy. Chichester, England: J. Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 1980. In: Contemporary Pharmacy Practice, 5, 65, 1982. 2. J.M. Nikitakis, The CFTA ingredient handbook. Washington D.C.: The Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Assoc., Inc., 1988. In: Journal of Toxicology Cutaneous and Ocular Toxicology, 8, 329-330, 1989. 3. C.L. Galli, C.N. Hensby, M. Marinovich. Skin pharmacology advances. New York, New York: Plenum Press, 1990. In: Archives of Dermatology 128, 577, 1992. Invited Reviews 1. Fielding MD. Skin tumors of the foot: Diagnosis and treatment, New York, 1974, Futura Publishing Co., Inc. (Special Consultant) 2. Handbook of nonprescription drugs, 7th ed., Washington, DC, 1982, American Pharmaceutical Association. Major Invited Speeches 1. 15th National Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Symposium. Keystone, Colorado, July, 1990. 2. Nurse Practitioner Students. University of Maryland School of Nursing, Baltimore, Maryland. 3. University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. Baltimore, Maryland. 4. Maryland Podiatry Resident Program. 5. Moderator, 194th Annual Meeting of the Medical Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland, May 1992. 6. Challenges in Contact Dermatitis: A Symposium presented by the American Contact Dermatitis Society, "Dermatitis can be irritating", Louisville, Kentucky, June 1992. 7. Contact Dermatitis Symposium. Annual American Academy of Dermatology Meeting. "What if the dermatitis is not allergic?", San Francisco, California, December 1992.
  8. 8. 7 8. Annual Cherry Blossom Podiatric Dermatology Seminar. American Society of Podiatric Dermatology. "Infections of the skin", Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC, April 1993. 9. 28th Annual Hospital Pharmacy Seminar. Maryland Society of Hospital Pharmacies. "Adverse cutaneousdrug reactions", Richmond, Virginia, October 1993. 10. National Nurse Practioner Symposium. "Diagnosis and management of fungal infections", Baltimore, Maryland, September 1994. 11. Inservice Training, Bryada Nurses. "Dermatology for nurses", Wilmington, DE, July 1995. 12. National Nurse Practioner Symposium. "Skin pharmacology in adults", Arlington, VA, October 1995. 13. The Peter Lamy 13th Annual Conference on Therapeutic Dilemmas in the Geriatric Patient. "Dermatologic implication of aging", Baltimore, Maryland, April 1996. 14. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University. Nail fungus infections: diagnosis and therapeutic update. "Treatment of onychomycosis", Baltimore, MD. 15. Spring Seminar Series, UMBC. "Identifying skin cancer", Baltimore, Maryland, April 1996. 16. National Nurse Practioner Symposium. "Melanomas and moles", Arlington, VA, October, 1996. 17. National Nurse Practioner Symposium. "Melanomas and moles", Washington DC, November, 1999. 18. Contact Dermatitis: State-of-the-Art Issues. “Irritant contact dermatitis to mace”, Hershey, PA, July 1999. 19. National Nurse Practitioner Symposium. “Dermatologic dilemmas for the nurse practitioner”, Baltimore, Maryland, April 2000. 20. Noah Worcester Dermatological Society. “Puzzling but practical causes of contact dermatitis”, Boca Raton, Florida, January 2003. 21. National Nurse Practioner Symposium. "Melanomas and moles", College Park, Md., April, 2006. 22. Maryland Academy of Family Physicians CME Assembly “Dermatitis and eczema: Itching for answers”, Annapolis, MD, June, 2007 22. 86th Atlantic Dermatological Conference, “What’s new in Allergic contact dermatitis:”The allergen of the year”, Baltimore, MD, April, 2009
  9. 9. 7 8. Annual Cherry Blossom Podiatric Dermatology Seminar. American Society of Podiatric Dermatology. "Infections of the skin", Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC, April 1993. 9. 28th Annual Hospital Pharmacy Seminar. Maryland Society of Hospital Pharmacies. "Adverse cutaneousdrug reactions", Richmond, Virginia, October 1993. 10. National Nurse Practioner Symposium. "Diagnosis and management of fungal infections", Baltimore, Maryland, September 1994. 11. Inservice Training, Bryada Nurses. "Dermatology for nurses", Wilmington, DE, July 1995. 12. National Nurse Practioner Symposium. "Skin pharmacology in adults", Arlington, VA, October 1995. 13. The Peter Lamy 13th Annual Conference on Therapeutic Dilemmas in the Geriatric Patient. "Dermatologic implication of aging", Baltimore, Maryland, April 1996. 14. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University. Nail fungus infections: diagnosis and therapeutic update. "Treatment of onychomycosis", Baltimore, MD. 15. Spring Seminar Series, UMBC. "Identifying skin cancer", Baltimore, Maryland, April 1996. 16. National Nurse Practioner Symposium. "Melanomas and moles", Arlington, VA, October, 1996. 17. National Nurse Practioner Symposium. "Melanomas and moles", Washington DC, November, 1999. 18. Contact Dermatitis: State-of-the-Art Issues. “Irritant contact dermatitis to mace”, Hershey, PA, July 1999. 19. National Nurse Practitioner Symposium. “Dermatologic dilemmas for the nurse practitioner”, Baltimore, Maryland, April 2000. 20. Noah Worcester Dermatological Society. “Puzzling but practical causes of contact dermatitis”, Boca Raton, Florida, January 2003. 21. National Nurse Practioner Symposium. "Melanomas and moles", College Park, Md., April, 2006. 22. Maryland Academy of Family Physicians CME Assembly “Dermatitis and eczema: Itching for answers”, Annapolis, MD, June, 2007 22. 86th Atlantic Dermatological Conference, “What’s new in Allergic contact dermatitis:”The allergen of the year”, Baltimore, MD, April, 2009

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