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  • 1. CURRICULUM VITAE John E. Hoopman, AAS, CMLSO Assistant Director Environmental Health and Safety, Administrator of Laser Program and Certified Medical Laser Safety Officer, - University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas Business Address: UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas 5323 Harry Hines Blvd. Dallas, Texas 75390-8533 Office: 214.648.2416 Cellular: 817.313.2853 Telefax: 214.648.2354 Pager: 214.588.2977 E-Mail: John.Hoopman@UTSouthwestern.edu Academic Background Secondary Medical Education: Texas State Technical College Waco, Texas (1997-98) Laser Electro-Optics Medical Background September 2002 – Date: LSO, Assistant Director, EHS March 2000 – 2002: Laser Safety Officer (LSO) May 1998 – March 2000: Assistant Laser Safety Officer, UTSMCD Duties include: Evaluate, recommendations for purchase, general maintenance, documentation, registration, utilization, disposal, and administration of medical lasers on the UTSMCD Campus. Organize and run Campus Laser Safety Committee meetings. Monitor operation of laser usage for compliance of national, state regulations and institutional policies. Perform medical staff education, privilege/credentialing for lasers utilized in surgery and medical research at UTSMCD and allied hospitals (Aston Clinics, Children's Medical Center at Dallas, Parkland Memorial Hospital, St Paul University Hospital, Veteran's Affairs Medical Center-Dallas, and Zale-Lipshy University Hospital and outpatient clinics). Guide through hands-on education of faculty and staff, the specific bio effects and applications of different lasers and their safe operations.
  • 2. Invited Lectures and Presentations Trimedyne Inc., Laser Physics, Safety and Tissue Interaction Educator Coherent Medical Group, Laser Physics, Safety and Tissue Interaction Educator Lumenis Medical Group, Laser Physics, Safety and Tissue Interaction Educator Laserscope Inc., Laser Physics, Safety and Tissue Interaction Educator Sciton Inc., Laser Physics, Safety and Tissue Interaction Educator Cynosure Inc., Laser Physics, Safety and Tissue Interaction Educator Cutera Medical Inc., Laser Physics, Safety and Tissue Interaction Educator Lasers in Medicine, S.T.A.R.S. program, UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas Lasers in Medicine, Mansfield High School, Annually Lasers in Medicine, T.A. Howard Middle School, Annually Lasers in Medicine, Texas State Technical College, Semi-Annually ASSPS Meeting, Laser Safety, San Antonio, TX, November 2002 AAEA Annual Meeting Guest Lecturer, “Laser Safety in the Clinical Setting”, Dallas, TX, March 2003. International Laser Safety Conference 2003, “Medical Laser Safety: Past, Present and Future”, March 10-13, 2003, Jacksonville, Florida, USA Plastic Surgery Products Magazine: Lasers Safety: Education and Safety Programs, April 2003. Lumenis Inc., Surgical Education Preceptor, May 2003 Sciton Inc., Aesthetic and Surgical Education Preceptor, June 2003 Sciton Inc., Aesthetic Education / National Training Meeting, Palo Alto, CA, January 2004 Lumenis Inc., National Sales Meeting, Dallas, TX, February, 2004 ASLMS Annual Meeting, A useful algorithm for determining fluence and pulse width for vascular targets using 1064nm Nd:YAG laser in an animal model, Dallas, TX, March 2004. ASSPS Annual Meeting Guest Lecturer, “Laser Regulations- What is Fair and What is Fact”, Vancouver, CA, April 2004. ASAPS Annual Meeting Guest Lecturer, “Laser Safety in Texas: Setting Precedence?”, Vancouver, CA, April 2004. Board Certified Plastic Surgeons of Dallas, “Laser Safety in Texas: Setting Precedence?”, Dallas, TX, May 2004. ASSPS Annual Meeting Guest Lecturer, “Setting up and Implementation of an Office Laser Safety Program, Vancouver, CA, April 2004. Laser Institute of America, “Laser Safety Officer Course”, Portland, OR, February 10 & 11, 2006. Lasers in Aesthetic Medicine and Surgery, Singapore, November 9 & 10, 2005
  • 3. Lasers in Aesthetic Medicine and Surgery, Penang, Malaysia, November 11, 2005 Lasers in Plastic Surgery, Japan Society of Aesthetic Surgery 2005, Tokyo, Japan, November 13, 2005 Advanced Aesthetic Institute, “Laser and Light Technologies”, Dallas, TX, December 17 & 18, 2005 Lasers in Aesthetic Medicine and Surgery, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, September, 2006 Lasers in Aesthetic Medicine, Bogotá, Colombia, October, 2006 Lasers in Aesthetic Medicine, London, UK, March 13 & 14, 2007 Lasers in Aesthetic Medicine, Shanghai, China, May 5, 2007 Lasers in Aesthetic Medicine, Wuhan, China, May 7, 2007 Lasers in Aesthetic Medicine, Guanghau, China, May 9, 2007 Lasers in Aesthetic Medicine, Hong Kong, May 10 & 11, 2007 Lasers in Aesthetic Medicine, Surabaya, Indonesia, May 12, 2007 Lasers in Aesthetic Medicine, Kuala Lampur, Malaysia, May 14, 2007 Lasers in Aesthetic Medicine, Singapore May 15 & 16, 2007 The Five Laser Perimeters, SPSSCS Meeting, San Diego, CA May 2, 2008 Lasers in Aesthetic Medicine and Surgery, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, April, 2010 Lasers in Aesthetic Medicine and Surgery, Cairo, Egypt, April, 2010 Investigational Protocols Assisted/Coordinated Laser Hair Removal from the Under Surface of Skin Flaps, Plastics, UTSMCD, Dallas, TX 1998 Photodynamic Therapy for Treatment of Barrett’s Esophageal Cancer, Gastroenterology UTSMCD, Dallas, TX 1998 to Present Photothermal Mechanism Converts Uric Acid Calculi to Cyanide, Department of Urology, UTSMCD, Dallas, TX 1999 Superficial Peel Using A Variable Pulsed Er:YAG, UTSMCD Department of Dermatology, Dallas, TX 2000. Partial Nephrectomy using Ho:YAG and Tissue Morcellator, Department of Urology, Dallas, TX 2000 Interstitial Kidney Tumor Ablation, Department of Urology, Dallas, TX 2001 Wound Healing, Partial Thickness Wounds using Er:YAG Laser, Department of Plastic Surgery, Dallas, TX 2001 Wound Healing, Partial Thickness Wounds using 308 Excimer Laser, Department of Plastic Surgery, Dallas, TX 2001 Laser Leed Extraction using 308 Excimer, Department of Cardiology, Dallas, TX, 2001 Laparoscopic Partial Nephrectomy using Ho:YAG, Department of Urology, Dallas, TX 2001 Laparoscopic Partial Nephrectomy using 980nm Diode, Department of Urology, Dallas, TX 2001 Sutureless Laparoscopic Heminephrectomy Using Laser Tissue Soldering, Department of Urology, Dallas, TX 2002
  • 4. Ablation of Bronchial Tumor using Ho:YAG, Department of Cardio Thor., Dallas, TX. 2002 Tissue Solder using 810nm Diode, Department of Urology, Dallas, TX 2002 Utilization of Erbium:YAG Laser In the Resection of a Parasagittal Meningioma near Primary Motor Cortex, Department of Neurological Surgery, Dallas, TX 2002. Treatment of Flushing, Vascular and Pigmented Lesions Using Long Pulse Nd:YAG, UTSMCD Department of Plastic Surgery, Dallas, TX 2003. Superficial Peel Using A Variable Pulsed Er:YAG, UTSMCD Department of Plastic Surgery, Dallas, TX 2003. Sutureless laparoscopic heminephrectomy using laser tissue soldering. J. Endourol 17:295, 2003. The cutting edge in optical diagnostics and therapeutics of tissues and cells. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine, Volume 34, Issue S16 Effect of Low-Level Laser Therapy on Abdominal Adipocytes before Lipoplasty Procedures. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. 113(6):1796-1804, May 2004. Successful Application of Flexible Bronchoscopic Dilatation And Tracheobronchial Stenting With The Utilization of Newer Holmium-YAG Laser In the Relief of Symptoms From Tracheobronchial Obstructive Lesions, Chest Journal, Oct. 27, 2004 FLPD (585 nm) Is IneffectIve In nonsurgIcal delay In dorsal rat cutaneous flaps, ASLMS, Dallas, TX, April 2004. An Algorithm For Determining Ideal Pulse Width and Energy Settings VS Vessel Diameter Using 1064nm., Lasers in Medicine and Surgery, Dallas, TX, April 2004. Effect of Low-Level Laser Therapy on Abdominal Adipocytes before Lipoplasty Procedures. Journal of the Society of Plastics and Reconstructive Surgeons. May 2004 LASER INDUCTION OF HEAT SHOCK PROTEIN 70 (Hsp70) in Rat Skin, American Society of Lasers in Medicine and Surgery, Orlando, FL., April 2005. Laser Induced Expression of Heat Shock Protein 47 (Hsp47) as a Therapeutic Marker, American Society of Lasers in Medicine and Surgery, Orlando, FL., April 2005. Laser Resection of an Endotracheal Mass: Initial Presentation of Metastatic Renal Cancer. Journal of Bronchology. Dedicated to Bronchoscopy and Interventional Pulmonology. 12(2):106-107, April 2005. Evaluation of Flashlamp-Pumped Pulsed-Dye Laser (585 nm) in Nonsurgical Delay of Dorsal Rat Cutaneous Flaps. Journal of the Society of Plastics and Reconstructive Surgeons, June 2005. Defining the Role of Contact Cooling During Non-Ablative Laser Therapy: Are We Overcooling the Target, American Society of Lasers in Medicine and Surgery, Dallas, TX, April, 2007. Acute Histopathological Skin Damage Profile Following Single and Multiple Non-Ablative Treatments With Fractional Laser Devices: ASLMS Journal, April 4, 2008. Thirty Consecutive Patients Treated with a Fractional C02 Laser: Histological Comparison and Clinical Results, American Society of Lasers in Medicine and Surgery, 2010 A Histopathological Comparison of Acute Laser Injury in Human Facial and Abdominal Skin, American Society of Lasers in Medicine and Surgery, 2010
  • 5. Combination Laser Treatment for Tattoo Removal in a Porcine Model: An Evaluation of the use of the Er:YAG Laser and an Adjunct to Improve Tattoo Removal with the Nd:YAG Q-Switched Laser, American Society of Lasers in Medicine and Surgery, 2010 Laser Tattoo Removal: An in Depth Analysis of the Process of Removal of Tattoo Ink, American Society of Lasers in Medicine and Surgery, 2010 Publications Plastic Surgery Assistants Magazine: Lasers in Health Care: Clinical Education and Safety Program, Winter 2001 Skin Inc Magazine: Lasers in Health Care: Clinical Education and Safety Program, December 2002. “Lasers Safety: Education and Safety Programs”, Plastic Surgery Products, April 2003 “Lasers in Health Care: Clinical Education and Safety Program”, Society of Plastic Surgical Skin Care Specialists, January 2002 “Here Today, Out Tomorrow” Solving the dilemma of the obsolete laser, Healthy Aging Magazine, May/June 2005. “Blinded by the Light” Understanding the nature and control of light and its biological reactions”, Healthy Aging Magazine, July/August 2005. Lasers in Plastic Surgery, Ha RY, Burns JL, Hoopman JE, Burns AJ. Selected Readings in Plastic Surgery 2003; 9(40): 1-27. “Investing in Laser Education”, Healthy Aging Magazine, September/October 2005. “Take Control / Five key laser parameters can help you deliver effective light-based medicine”, Healthy Aging Magazine, September/October 2005. “Determining Who Can Use A Laser”, Society of Plastic Surgical Skin Care Specialists, Summer 2005. Education/Courses attended Physicians Course, Coherent Medical Group, Er: YAG Physicians Course, Cynosure Inc., Apogee Laser Hair Reduction in Gynecology, Dallas Tx, July 1999 Physicians Course, Coherent Medical Group, VersaPulse w/ HLP-G, Cooper Aerobics Center, October 1999 Physicians Course, Trimedyne, Inc., Use of Holmium Laser for Clinical Applications in Gynecology. Oklahoma City, OK, November 1999 Intense Pulsed Light and Laser Technology, Dallas, TX, September 28, 2002 Physicians Course, “Advanced Topics in Facial Resurfacing” Combination CO2 and Erbium Resurfacing, Sciton Long Pulsed Erbium and Microdermabrasion System, Dallas, TX, January 12, 2000 Laser Safety, American Society of Laser Medicine and Surgery, New Orleans LA, April 2001
  • 6. Masters Course in Intense Pulsed Light and Laser Technology, Dallas, TX, Sept. 28, 2002 HOLEP Preceptorship, Lumenis / Dr. Akhil Das, Las Vegas, NM, March 31, 2003 Other 1998 – Date: Fellow, American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery. 10/99 – Date: Laser Safety Officer, EpiCentre, 411 N. Washington A ve. Suite 5000 Dallas, TX. 10/99 – Date: Laser Safety Officer, Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute, 411 N. Washington Ave. Suite 5000 Dallas, TX. 5/01 – Date: Member of Scientific Advisory Board, Texas State Technical College. 7/02 – Date: Vice Chairman, National ANSI Z136.3, Safe Use of Lasers in Health Care Facilities. 9/02 – Date: Assistant Director, Department of Environmental Health and Safety, UTSMCD. 1/03 – Date: Active Committee Member: Standards Sub-Committee Z136.1 Safe Use of Lasers Standards Sub-Committee Z136.3 Health Care Facilities Technical Sub-Committee Z136.4 Control Measures and Training ASC Z136 Accredited Standards Committee 4/03 – Date: Committee Member / Co-Author, “National Certified Medical Laser Safety Officer Exam”, Laser Institute of America (Board of Laser Safety), Orlando, FL June 2003. 1/04 – Date: Certified Medical Laser Safety Officer 8/04 – Date: Clinical Instructor, Laser Institute of America 4/06 – 04/09: Safety Committee, American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery. 4/06 – 04/09: Standards of Training Committee, American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery. 4/07 – Date Laser Safety Officer, American Society for Aesthetic and Plastic Surgeons 4/07 – Date Laser Safety Officer, American Society of Plastic Surgeons John E. Hoopman, CMLSO John began his clinical experience at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas in 1998. He is now the administrator of the UT program (now some 240+ lasers strong) including the disciplines of medical/surgical specialties including Cardio-Thoracic, Dermatology, Plastic Surgery, Ophthalmology, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Oral Surgery, Orthopedics, Otorhinolaryngology, Urology, General and Neurologic Surgery. John is nationally and internationally recognized as a leader in patient advocacy and is an active and guiding member of
  • 7. organizations like the ANSI Z136.3 Review Board (the guiding force in patient safety and control nationally), the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery, and the Laser Institute of America. With his academic and developmental involvement in light medicine John has a unique ability to gauge and review most of the new and emerging light and noninvasive technologies being brought to bear in today’s ever changing surgical/clinical world. He has had the honor and pleasure to be involved with revolutionary new laser and light applications in the past few years that significantly affected both the quality and duration of patient’s lives.

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