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  • 1. Harvard Medical School Curriculum Vitae Date Prepared: 10/30/2009 Name: Mario Fernando Rubin Office Address: Massachusetts General Hospital 165 Cambridge Street Suite 302 Boston, MA 02114 Home Address: One Longfellow Place # 1118 Boston, MA 02114 Work Phone: (617)-726-9023 Work E-Mail: mfrubin@partners.org Work FAX: (617)-726-5676 Place of Birth: Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina Education 03/1965-12/1969 Bachiller Nacional General Studies Colegio Nacional No. 2, Summa Cum Laude Argentina 03/1970-10/1975 Doctor of Medicine Medicine Facultad de Ciencias Summa Cum Laude Medicas de la Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina Postdoctoral Training 01/1976-03/1977 Intern Internal Medicine Facultad de Ciencias Medicas de la Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina 07/1977-06/1978 Intern Internal Medicine Suburban Hospital 07/1978-06/1979 Resident Internal Medicine Providence Hospital 07/1979-06/1981 Clinical Fellow Nephrology Georgetown University
  • 2. Curriculum vitae – Mario F. Rubin, M.D. 2 07/1981-06/1982 Chief Medical Resident Internal Medicine Allegheny General Hospital 12/1982-06/1984 Research Fellow Immunogenetics Brigham & Women’s and kidney Hospital transplantation Faculty Academic Appointments 07/1984-07/1986 Instructor in Medicine Medicine Medical College of Pennsylvania 08/1987-06/1989 Assistant Professor of Medicine Medical College of Medicine Pennsylvania 07/1989-06/1990 Assistant Professor of Medicine Temple University Medicine 07/1990-06/1991 Assistant Professor of Medicine University of Texas Medicine Medical Branch 07/1991-06/1994 Assistant Professor of Medicine University of Texas Medicine Medical Health Sciences Center at Houston 07/1994-06/1995 Assistant Professor Medicine University of California of Medicine at Davis 07/1995-06/1997 Clinical Assistant Medicine Baylor College of Professor Medicine 07/1997-06/2008 Clinical Associate Medicine Baylor College of Professor Medicine 09/2008 - Lecturer in Medicine Medicine Harvard Medical School
  • 3. Curriculum vitae – Mario F. Rubin, M.D. 3 Appointments at Hospitals/Affiliated Institutions 07/1983-06/1989 Associate Attending Physician Medicine Allegheny General Nephrology Hospital 07/1989-06/1990 Associate Attending Physician Medicine Temple University Nephrology Hospital 07/1990-06/1991 Associate Attending Physician Medicine John Sealy Hospital Nephrology 07/1991-06/1994 Associate Attending Physician Medicine Hermann Hospital 07/1995-08/2008 Nephrology 07/1994-06/1995 Associate Attending Physician Medicine UC Davis Medical Nephrology Center 07/1995-06/2008 Associate Attending Physician Medicine Kindred Hospital Nephrology 07/1995-06/2000 Associate Attending Physician Medicine St. John’s Hospital Nephrology 07/1995-06/1998 Associate Attending Physician Medicine Bayshore Medical Nephrology Center 07/1995-06/1996 Associate Attending Physician Medicine Clear Lake Regional Nephrology Medical Center 07/1995-06/2007 Associate Attending Physician Medicine St. Luke’s Episcopal Nephrology Hospital 07/1996-06/1998 Associate Attending Physician Medicine Park Plaza Hospital Nephrology 07/1996-06/1998 Associate Attending Physician Medicine Mainland Regional Nephrology Medical Center
  • 4. Curriculum vitae – Mario F. Rubin, M.D. 4 07/1997-06/2008 Associate Attending Physician Medicine The Methodist Hospital Nephrology 07/2000-06/2004 Associate Attending Physician Medicine Memorial Southeast Nephrology Hospital 08/2007-08/2008 Associate Attending Physician Medicine Piedmont Hospital Nephrology 09/2008- Associate Physician Medicine Massachusetts General Nephrology Hospital Major Administrative Leadership Positions 1985-1988 Associate Director, Medical Residency Program Allegheny General Hospital 1989-1990 Medical Director, Kidney Transplant Program Temple University Hospital 1991-1992 Medical Director, Acute Dialysis Unit Hermann Hospital 1991-1992 Medical Director, Chronic Dialysis Unit University of Texas Medical Health Sciences Center at Houston 1991-1993 Director, Clinical Nephrology University of Texas Medical Health Sciences Center at Houston 1994-1995 Medical Director, Kidney and Pancreas Transplant Programs University of California at Davis 2008- Co-Director, Massachusetts General Hospital Annual Nephrology Board Review Course 2008- Director, Renal Transplant Fellowship Program Massachusetts General Hospital 2009- Coordinator Renal Unit Outpatient Medical Residency Training Program Massachusetts General Hospital
  • 5. Curriculum vitae – Mario F. Rubin, M.D. 5 Major Committee Assignments: National and Regional: 2009- AST/ASN Renal Transplant Fellowship Training Accreditation Program Committee Professional Societies 1980- International Society of Nephrology Member 1992- American Society of Nephrology Member 1987-2006 National Kidney Foundation Member 1988- American Society of Transplant Physicians Member Editorial Activities • Ad hoc Reviewer 2004-2006 Circulation 2009-2012 Review Panelist of the Nephrology Self Assessment Program. American Society of Nephrology. Washington, D.C. 2009- American Journal of Transplantation Honors and Prizes 1969 Top Student Colegio Nacional No 2, Summa Cum Laude Argentina 1976 Top Medical Student Award Facultad de Ciencias Summa Cum Laude Medicas de la Universidad Nacional de Rosario 1987 Golden Apple Teaching Award Allegheny General Hospital 1992 Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence University of Texas Medical Health Sciences Center at
  • 6. Curriculum vitae – Mario F. Rubin, M.D. 6 Houston 1993 Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence University of Texas Medical Health Sciences Center at Houston 2008-2009 Nephrology Teaching Award Massachusetts General Hospital Harvard Medical School Report of Funded and Unfunded Projects 1993–1994 Co-Investigator Scios Nova Inc. $ 170,000 A Double-Blind, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Multicenter Clinical Trial to Evaluate the Safety and Efficacy of Intravenous Anaritide Acetate (Anticulin, Human Atrial Natriuretic Peptide) in the Treatment of Acute Tubular Necrosis. Report of Local Teaching and Training Teaching of Students in Courses Temple University 1989-1990 Renal Pathophysiology 2nd year medical Tutor 4 hours sessions per wk for 8 wks students University of Texas Medical Branch 1990-1991 Renal Pathophysiology 2nd year medical Tutor 2 hours sessions per wk for 8 wks students University of Texas Medical Health Sciences Center 1991-1994 Renal Pathophysiology 2nd year medical Tutor 2 hours sessions per wk for 8 wks students University of Texas Medical Health Sciences Center 1992-1993 Physical Diagnosis 2nd year medical Tutor 1 hours session per wk for 8 wks students
  • 7. Curriculum vitae – Mario F. Rubin, M.D. 7 University of California at Davis 1994-1995 Renal Pathophysiology 2nd year medical Tutor 2 hours sessions per wk for 8 wks students Baylor College of Medicine 1996-2007 Physical Diagnosis 2nd year medical Tutor 1 hours session per wk for 8 wks students Formal Teaching of Residents, Clinical Fellows and Research Fellows (post-docs) 1984-1989 Internal Medicine Residents Allegheny General 5 hours sessions per Hospital week Morning Report 1984-1989 Internal Medicine Residents Allegheny General 1 hour session per Hospital week Nephrology Lectures 1989-1990 Clinical Nephrology Fellows Temple University 2 hours sessions per week Various Nephrology Lectures 1990-1991 Clinical Nephrology Fellows University of Texas 2 hours sessions per Medical Branch week Various Nephrology Lectures 1991-1994 Clinical Nephrology Fellows University of Texas 5 hours sessions per Medical Health week Various Nephrology Lectures Sciences Center 1994-1995 Clinical Nephrology Fellows University of 2 hours sessions per California at Davis week Various Nephrology Lectures 1995-2007 Clinical Nephrology Fellows Baylor College of 2 hours sessions per Medicine month Various Nephrology Lectures
  • 8. Curriculum vitae – Mario F. Rubin, M.D. 8 2008- Clinical Nephrology Fellows Harvard Medical 1 hour session School/Massachusetts weekly Renal Transplant Core Curriculum General Hospital Clinical Supervisory and Training Responsibilities 1984-1989 Nephrology Consult Service Medical College of 20 hours sessions Rotation for Internal Pennsylvania/Allegheny per week Medicine Residents, Clinical General Hospital Nephrology Fellows and 4th year Medical Students Clinical Preceptor 1989-1990 Nephrology Consult, Dialysis Temple University 20 hours sessions and Transplant Services per week Hospital Rotation for Internal Medicine Residents, Clinical Nephrology Fellows and 4th year Medical Students Clinical Preceptor 1990-1991 Nephrology Consult, Dialysis University of Texas 20 hours sessions and Transplant Services Medical per week Rotation for Internal Branch/John Sealy Medicine Residents, Clinical Hospital Nephrology Fellows and 4th year Medical Students Clinical Preceptor 1991-1994 Nephrology Consult, Dialysis University of Texas 20 hours sessions and Transplant Services Medical Health per week Rotation for Internal Sciences Medicine Residents, Clinical Center/Hermann Nephrology Fellows and 4th Hospital year Medical Students Clinical Preceptor
  • 9. Curriculum vitae – Mario F. Rubin, M.D. 9 1994-1995 Nephrology Transplant University of 15 hours sessions Service Rotation Clinical California Medical per week Nephrology Fellows Center at Davis Clinical Preceptor 1995-2007 Nephrology Consult Service Baylor College of 5 hours sessions per Rotation for Internal Medicine/St. Luke’s week Medicine Residents, Clinical Episcopal Hospital Nephrology Fellows and The Methodist Clinical Preceptor Hospital 2008- Renal Transplant Service Harvard Medical 20 hours sessions Rotation for Clinical School/Massachusetts per week Nephrology Fellows General Hospital Clinical Preceptor Laboratory and Other Research Supervisory and Training Responsibilities Formally Supervised Trainees 1990-1991 Mary Jo Godinich, M.D. Associate Professor of Medicine, UTMB Formal Teaching of Peers (e.g., CME and other continuing education courses) 1984 Ischemic ATN Single Presentation First ARF Symposium Pittsburgh Allegheny General Hospital 1988 Allograft Rejection Single Presentation Transplant Update Pittsburgh Allegheny General Hospital 2007 The heart and the kidney Single Presentation
  • 10. Curriculum vitae – Mario F. Rubin, M.D. 10 Cardiac Nursing Houston St. Luke’s Episcopal Symposium Hospital 2009 Cryoglobulinemia Single Presentation Nephrology Review Course Boston Massachusetts General Hospital 2009 Renal Transplant Single Presentation Evaluation Nephrology Review Course Boston Massachusetts General Hospital Local Invited Presentations 1985 Acute Renal Failure Medical Grand Rounds Department of Medicine, None Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh 1989 Renal Osteodystrophy Medical Grand Rounds Department of Medicine, None Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh 1989 Kidney Transplantation Update Medical Grand Rounds Department of Medicine, Temple None University Hospital, Philadelphia 1991 Allograft Rejection Medical Grand Rounds Department of Medicine, John None Sealy Hospital, Galveston 1994 Calciphylaxis Clinicopathological Conference Department of Medicine, None Hermann Hospital, Houston 1996 Renovascular Hypertension Medical Grand Rounds Department of Medicine, St. None Luke’s Episcopal Hospital, Houston
  • 11. Curriculum vitae – Mario F. Rubin, M.D. 11 2006 The Heart and the Kidney Cardiology Grand Rounds Department of Medicine, Texas None Heart Institute, Houston 2009 Cryoglobulinemia Nephrology Grand Rounds Massachusetts General Hospital None 2009 Wegener’s Angiitis Combined BWH-MGH Renal Grand Rounds Massachusetts General Hospital None 2009 Post-Transplant Combined BWH-MGH Renal Lymphoproliferative Disorders Grand Rounds Massachusetts General Hospital None 2009 Hypercalcemia Combined BWH-MGH Renal Grand Rounds Massachusetts General Hospital None 2009 Who needs a simultaneous liver- MGH Transplant Center Seminar kidney transplant Massachusetts General Hospital None 2009 Hypertonic State Combined BWH-MGH Renal Grand Rounds Massachusetts General Hospital None Report of Regional, National and International Invited Teaching and Presentations 2008 Acute Renal Failure Medical Grand Rounds Colegio de Medicos de Rosario, None Argentina
  • 12. Curriculum vitae – Mario F. Rubin, M.D. 12 Report of Clinical Activities and Innovations Current Licensure and Certification 1982- Board Certification American Board of Internal Medicine 1982- Physician’s Permit State of Massachusetts 1984- Board Certification American Board of Internal Medicine/Nephrology 1991- Physician’s Permit State of Texas Practice Activities Ambulatory Practice Outpatient Nephrology Nephrology Associates, 4 sessions per week Clinic Pittsburgh Ambulatory Practice Outpatient Nephrology Division of Nephrology, 2 sessions per week and Transplantation Temple University Clinics Philadelphia Ambulatory Practice Outpatient Dialysis Division of Nephrology, 2 sessions per week Clinic Temple University Philadelphia Ambulatory Practice Outpatient Nephrology, Division of Nephrology. 4 sessions per week Dialysis and Transplantation UTMB Clinics Galveston
  • 13. Curriculum vitae – Mario F. Rubin, M.D. 13 Ambulatory Practice Outpatient Nephrology, Division of Nephrology, UTMHSC 4 sessions per week Dialysis and Transplantation Houston Clinics Ambulatory Practice Outpatient Nephrology, Division of Nephrology, 4 sessions per week Dialysis and Transplantation UCD Clinics Sacramento Ambulatory Practice Outpatient Nephrology, The Richard Bright Kidney Institute 7 sessions per Dialysis and Transplantation Houston week Clinics-Private Practice Ambulatory Practice Outpatient Nephrology, Division of Nephrology, UTMHSC 4 sessions per Dialysis and Transplantation Houston week Clinics Ambulatory Practice Outpatient Transplant Piedmont Hospital 3 sessions per week Clinic Atlanta Ambulatory Practice Outpatient Nephrology, Massachusetts General 3 sessions per week and Transplantation Hospital Renal Associates Clinics Boston Inpatient Practice Allegheny General Nephrology Associates, 5-7 sessions per week
  • 14. Curriculum vitae – Mario F. Rubin, M.D. 14 Hospital Pittsburgh Inpatient Practice Temple University Division of Nephrology, 5 sessions per week Hospital Temple University Philadelphia Inpatient Practice John Sealy Hospital Division of Nephrology, 5 sessions per week UTMB, Galveston Inpatient Practice Hermann Hospital Division of Nephrology, UTMHSC 5-7 sessions per week Houston Inpatient Practice UCD Medical Center Division of Nephrology, 4 sessions per week UCD Sacramento
  • 15. Curriculum vitae – Mario F. Rubin, M.D. 15 Inpatient Practice Mainland Regional Medical Center The Richard Bright Kidney Institute 7 sessions Memorial Southeast Hospital Houston per week Clear Lake Regional Hospital St. John’s Hospital Kindred Hospital Bayshore Medical Center St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital The Methodist Hospital Hermann Hospital Inpatient Practice Piedmont Hospital The Transplant Center 5-7 sessions per week Atlanta Inpatient Practice Massachusetts General Division of Nephrology at 5-7 sessions per week Hospital MGH Boston Report of Education of Patients and Service to the Community 1989-1990 Organ Donation Several African-American churches in the Philadelphia area Recognition 2000-2005 Houston Top Doctors Texas Consumer Reports
  • 16. Curriculum vitae – Mario F. Rubin, M.D. 16 Report of Scholarship • Peer Reviewed Publications in print or other media 1. Watson A, Dalbow M, Stachura, Fragola J, Rubin MF, Watson R, Bourke E. Immunologic studies in cimetidine nephropathy and polymyositis. N Engl J Med 1982; 308:142-45. 2. Cohen DS, Loertscher R, Rubin MF, Tilney NL, Carpenter CB, Strom T. Cyclosporine: a new immunosuppressive agent for organ transplantation. Ann Intern Med 1984; 101:667-82. 3. Uhteg LC, Salomon DR, Rocher LL, Kupiec-Weglinski JW, Araujo JL, Rubin MF, Tilney NL, Carpenter CB. Cyclosporine-induced transplantation unresponsiveness in rat cardiac allograft recipients: in vitro determination of helper and suppressor activator. J Immunol 1985; 135:1800-805. 4. Uhteg LC, Salomon DR, Rocher LL, Rubin MF, Carpenter CB. Generation of suppressor and helper activity in the lymphoid compartments of cardiac allografted rats. Transplant Proc 1985; 17:861-62. 5. Rubin MF, Nghiem DD, Stachura I. Late steroid resistant rejection response to OKT3. Transplantation 1988; 45:818-19. 6. Rubin MF, Narins RG. Hypophosphatemia. Pathophysiological and practical aspects of its therapy. Semin Nephrol 1990; 10:536-45. 7. Lewis R, Podbielski J, Sprayberry S, Munsell M, Katz S, Rubin MF, Kimball P, VanBuren CT, Kerman RH, Kahan BD. Stability of renal allograft glomerular filtration rate associated with long-term use of cyclosporine A. Transplantation 1993; 55:1014-17. 8. Cheong B, Muthupillai R, Rubin MF, Flamm SD. Normal values for renal length and volume as measured by magnetic resonance imaging. Clin J Am Soc Nephrol 2007; 2: 38-45. • Non-peer reviewed scientific or medical publications/materials in print or other media 1. Rubin MF, Badalamanti S, Bennet W. Renal functional changes: electrolyte and acid-base abnormalities following kidney transplantation. In Maxwell MH, Kleeman CR, editors. Disorders of fluid and electrolyte metabolism. New York: McGraw-Hill; 1993. p.615-645 2. Rubin MF, Townsend RR. “Chapter 15”: Stroke in Cardiorenal Syndrome: Mechanisms, Risk and Treatment, edited by Adel Berbari and Giuseppe Mancia. Springer Italia, publisher; in press. 3. Rubin MF, Townsend RR. Aldosterone Blockade in Diabetic Nephropathy: Relative Risks and Potential Promise. CJASN 2009. In press
  • 17. Curriculum vitae – Mario F. Rubin, M.D. 17 Narrative Report The major achievements of my career revolve around the areas of patient care (clinical nephrology, dialysis and multi-organ transplant care) and teaching. My experience spans several years and was acquired through direct contact with a wide variety of institutions. This has given me a unique perspective on the different administrative approaches to the areas of clinical nephrology, transplantation, and teaching. I regard myself as excelling primarily as a clinical nephrologist and transplant specialist in the area of direct patient care. Starting in 1984 to present, I have served in a vast range of outpatient nephrology, transplantation, and dialysis clinics, being exposed to cases that challenged my clinical skills, and helped me to gradually acquire and solidify my diagnostic abilities. My inpatient practice was geared to ICU patients, post transplant and surgical cases of high complexity. In general, my clinical activities include, but are not limited to, the evaluation and management of disorders of renal function, electrolyte and acid- base abnormalities, hypertension, acute and chronic renal failure, glomerular and tubulointerstitial diseases, kidney stones, adjustments of immunosuppression, management of nutritional needs (enteral and parenteral), daily medical care of liver transplant, pancreas and kidney transplant recipients, supervision and prescription of acute and chronic hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis, plasmapheresis and continuous renal replacement therapies, placement of acute hemodialysis catheters, and performance of native and transplant kidney biopsies. As a result of being recognized as a first-rate clinician, I was assigned to administrative leadership positions that required the application of my organizational skills in the framework of clinical objectives. These administrative roles ranged from Director of Kidney Transplant program, to Director of Clinical Nephrology, Associate Director of Medical Residency program, Medical Director of Acute and Chronic Dialysis units, and Director of Transplant Fellowship program. In each, I succeeded in making systems more efficient to improve dramatically the quality of patient care. I have been likewise recognized for my teaching skills and my ability to challenge students, residents and fellows to think independently, tapping into the areas of critical analysis, deduction and induction. I have instructed medical students in renal pathophysiology, conducted morning report and nephrology lectures for medical residents and clinical nephrology fellows, served as clinical preceptor in nephrology consult, dialysis and transplant service rotations by medical students, residents and clinical nephrology fellows, and was directly responsible for the formal supervision of trainees. Several symposiums and meetings served as platforms for sharing my experiences with peers, instructing them in the areas of ischemic ATN, allograft rejection, the heart and the kidney, acute renal failure, kidney transplantation, renal osteodystrophy, calciphylaxis, and renovascular hypertension. I have been the recipient of awards for excellence in teaching, which attests to students’ and fellows’ satisfaction with my instructional approach.