REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES

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REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES

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B. of T. CME Nominations - page 2

                                  Council on Medical Education Member Status
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Emmanuel G. Cassimatis, MD
Associate dean/clinical affairs
Uniformed Services Universi...
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Richard J.D. Pan, MD, MPH
Associate residency director
Director, Communities and Physi...
B. of T. CME Nominations - page 5


Melissa K. Thomas, MD, PhD
Massachusetts General Hospital
Laboratory of Molecular Endo...
REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES


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  1. 1. REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES A-06 Subject: Nominations for Council on Constitution and Bylaws Presented by: Duane M. Cady, MD, Chair The Board of Trustees presents the following nominations (in alphabetical order) for three vacancies on the Council on Constitution and Bylaws for a term to end in 2010, and one Resident vacancy for a term to end in 2009: Blanton Bessinger – born 1940. MD Degree: Emory University School of Medicine, 1965. Specialty: Pediatric Cardiology. American Board of Pediatrics. Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, University of Minnesota. AMA Alternate Delegate, Minnesota. Member: Minnesota Medical Association, Former President; American Academy of Pediatrics, Fellow; American College of Cardiology, Fellow; American College of Physician Executives. K. Barton Farris – born 1949. MD Degree: Tulane University School of Medicine; 1975. Specialty: Anatomic/Clinical Pathology. American Board of Pathology. Clinical Associate Professor, Pathology, Tulane University School of Medicine. AMA Delegate, Louisiana. AMA Council on Constitution and Bylaws. Member: Louisiana State Medical Society, Former President; Jefferson Parish Medical Society, Former President; American Society of Clinical Pathologists, Fellow; College of American Pathologists, Fellow; Louisiana Pathology Society; Greater New Orleans Pathology Society, Former President; American Institute of Parliamentarians. Michael E. Greene – born 1957. MD Degree: Mercer University School of Medicine; 1990. Specialty: Family Medicine. American Board of Family Practice. Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, Mercer University School of Medicine. AMA Alternate Delegate, Georgia. Member: Medical Association of Georgia, Former President; Bibb County Medical Society, Chair Board of Trustees, Former President; Georgia Academy of Family Physicians; American Academy of Family Physicians, Fellow; Southern Medical Association; National Headache Foundation. Charles J. Hickey – born 1955. MD Degree: Ohio State University College of Medicine; 1979. Specialty: Ophthalmology. American Board of Ophthalmology. Assistant Clinical Professor, Ophthalmology, Ohio State University. AMA Delegate; Ohio. Member: Ohio State Medical Association; Columbus Medical Association, Former President; Columbus Medical Association Foundation, Former President; Ohio Ophthalmology Society, American Academy of Ophthalmology; American College of Surgeons. Marilyn K. Laughead - born 1945. MD Degree: University of Arizona College of Medicine; 1971. Specialty: Obstetrics and Gynecology. American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. AMA Alternate Delegate, American Institute of Ultrasound Medicine. Member: Arizona Medical Association, Former President; American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Fellow; American Institute of Ultrasound Medicine, Fellow; National Association of Parliamentarians. RESIDENT Jason W. Sharp – born 1980. MD Degree: University of Tennessee College of Medicine; 2006. Specialty: Radiology. AMA Council on Constitution and Bylaws Student. Member: Tennessee Medical Association; Memphis Medical Society; Radiological Society of North America.
  2. 2. REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES A-06 Subject: Nominations for Council on Medical Education Presented by: Duane M. Cady, MD, Chair The Board of Trustees presents the following nominations (in alphabetical order) for one vacancy on the Council on Medical Education for a term to end in 2010: David A. Paulus – born 1945. MD Degree: University of Vermont, 1976. Specialty: Anesthesiology. American Board of Anesthesiology. Professor of Anesthesiology and Mechanical Engineering, University of Florida. AMA Alternate Delegate, Florida. Member: Florida Medical Association; Alachua County Medical Society; American Society of Anesthesiologists; American Academy of Home Care Physicians; Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists. David E. Swee – born 1947. MD Degree: Dalhousie University, 1975. Specialty: Family Medicine. American Board of Family Medicine. Professor of Family Medicine and Acting Associate Dean for Education, UMDNJ Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. AMA Section on Medical Schools. AMA Advisory Committee on Group Practice Physicians. Member: Medical Society of New Jersey, Former President.
  3. 3. B. of T. CME Nominations - page 2 Council on Medical Education Member Status 2005-2006 Susan Rudd Bailey, MD Fort Worth Allergy & Asthma Associates 5929 Lovell Ave., Fort Worth, TX 76107 (817) 315-2550, ext. 110; (817) 732-4660 fax susanruddbailey@yahoo.com AMA delegate, Texas Diplomate, American Board of Allergy and Immunology Diplomate, American Board of Pediatrics Member, Texas Medical Association Distinguished fellow, American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Fellow, American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Fellow, American Academy of Pediatrics Specialty: allergy 85 percent patient care, 10 percent administration, 5 percent education James L. Borland, Jr., MD Chief Medical Officer, Jacksonville Outpatient Clinic and Associate Chief of Staff/Outpatient Clinics, North Florida/ South Georgia Veterans Health System 1833 Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL 32206 (904) 301-2551 james.borland@med.va.gov Past chair, Council on Medical Education Treasurer emeritus, American College of Physicians Past chair, Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education AMA delegate, and co-chair of delegation: American College of Physicians AMA representative, National Board of Medical Examiners Specialty: internal medicine 80 percent administration, 20 percent patient care Baretta R. Casey, MD Vice chair, Department of Family Practice, East Kentucky campus Director, East Kentucky family practice residency UK Family Practice-Hazard Bailey-Stumbo Building 750 Morton Blvd., Room B-440, Hazard, KY 41701 (606) 439-3557, ext. 243; (606) 439-1131 fax; (800) 851-7512 center phone bcase2@email.uky.edu Vice-Chair, Department of Family and Community Medicine Director, East Kentucky Residency Program, University of Kentucky College of Medicine AMA Delegate, Kentucky Medical Association Vice President, Kentucky Medical Association Medical Director, East Kentucky Veterans Center Specialty: family medicine 10 percent research, 40 percent patient-care, 10 percent teaching, and 40 percent administration
  4. 4. B. of T. CME Nominations - page 3 Emmanuel G. Cassimatis, MD Associate dean/clinical affairs Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine 4301 Jones Bridge Road, Room A 1008, Bethesda, MD 20814 (301) 295-1917; (301) 295-3542 fax ecassimatis@usuhs.mil Past chair, Council on Medical Education Chair, Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Past chair, AMA Section Council on Federal and Military Medicine AMA delegate, Association of Military Surgeons of the United States Past chair, AMA Specialty and Service Society Specialty: psychiatry 65 percent administration, 25 percent teaching, 10 percent patient care Claudette E. Dalton, MD Assistant dean for community based medical education Assistant Professor for Medical Education and Anesthesiology University of Virginia School of Medicine P.O. Box 800325 – G043-McKim Hall, Charlottesville, VA 22908-0325 (434) 924-2629; (434) 982-2597 fax ced2t@virginia.edu Immediate Past Director, seventh district for The Medical Society of Virginia Assistant dean for community based medical education Assistant professor for medical education and anesthesiology AMA alternate delegate, Virginia Member, Virginia Board of Medicine Medical director of the Pre-Operative Evaluation Clinic Specialty: anesthesiology 30 percent patient care, 40 percent teaching, 30 percent administration Mahendr S. Kochar, MD, MACP Executive director, Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals Senior associate dean, graduate medical education Professor of medicine and pharmacology/toxicology Medical College of Wisconsin 8701 Watertown Plank Road, Milwaukee, WI 53226 (414) 456-4575; (414) 456-6528 fax kochar@mail.mcw.edu Fellow, Royal College of Physicians of London, American College of Cardiology, American College of Clinical Pharmacology and the American College of Physician Executives Past Governor, Wisconsin Chapter of the American College of Physicians Past Chairman, Board of Governors 1998-1999 Past President, Milwaukee Academy of Medicine Past President, Medical Society of Milwaukee County Distinguished Service Award, Medical College of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Medical Society and the Medical Society of Milwaukee County Specialty: internal medicine 60 percent administration, 20 percent teaching, 10 percent research, 10 percent patient care
  5. 5. B. of T. CME Nominations - page 4 Richard J.D. Pan, MD, MPH Associate residency director Director, Communities and Physicians Together Associate Residency Director and Associate Professor of Pediatrics University of California, Davis Children’s Hospital 2516 Stockton Boulevard, Room 335, Sacramento, CA 95817 (916) 734-1518; (916) 456-2236 fax richard.pan@ucdmc.ucdavis.edu AMA delegate, American Academy of Pediatrics Vice-chair, California Medical Association Council on Legislation Executive Committee California Medical Association Council on Scientific Affairs Vice-chair, American Academy of Pediatrics California District Director, Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Past-president, Sierra Sacramento Valley Medical Society Past member, American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Pediatric Workforce Past chair, American Academy of Pediatrics Resident Physicians Section Past chair, Massachusetts Medical Society Resident Physicians Section Specialty: pediatrics 40 percent patient care, 30 percent education, 20 percent research, 10 percent administration Richard B. Reiling, MD, FACS Medical director, Presbyterian Cancer Center 200 Hawthorn Lane P.O. Box 33549, Charlotte, NC 28233 (704) 384-9955; (704) 316-9419 fax rbreiling@novanthealth.org AMA delegate, American College of Surgeons Clinical professor of surgery, Wright State University School of Medicine Past chair, Ambulatory Care PTAC, JCAHO Secretary, American College of Surgeons Foundation Specialty: general surgery and surgical oncology 50 percent administration, 35 percent research, 15 percent clinical Carl A. Sirio, MD University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Department of Critical Care Medicine 3550 Terrace Street – 612 C Scaife Hall, Pittsburgh, PA 15261 (412) 647-8403; (412) 647-8060 fax sirioca@ upmc.edu Chair, Council on Medical Education Member, Liaison Committee on Medical Education Consultant, Internal Medicine Residency Review Committee AMA alternate delegate, Pennsylvania Specialty: internal medicine/critical care 50 percent research and administration, 25 percent patient care, 25 percent teaching
  6. 6. B. of T. CME Nominations - page 5 Melissa K. Thomas, MD, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital Laboratory of Molecular Endocrinology 340 Wellman, 50 Blossom Street, Boston, MA 02114 (617) 726-6342; (617) 726-6954 fax mthomas1@partners.org Chair-elect, Council on Medical Education Member, Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Past President, National Resident Matching Program Clinical Affairs Committee, The Endocrine Society Board of Directors, Vanderbilt Medical Alumni Association AMA alternate delegate, Massachusetts Specialty: endocrinology 90 percent research, 10 percent patient care William J. Walsh, MD, MPH 550 East 600 North, Logan, UT 84321 (801) 529-0345; (801) 339-9039 pager william.walsh@hsc.utah.edu Council resident member University of Utah Department of Internal Medicine Past Student Trustee, Indiana State Medical Association Specialty: Internal Medicine Baligh Yehia University of Florida College of Medicine 2508 NW 36th Lane, Gainesville, FL 32605 (352) 256-8938 baligh@ufl.edu Immediate past chair, AMA-MSS Committee on Medical Education Chair, Florida Medical Association-Medical Student Section Past chair, University of Florida AMA-MSS Chapter Co-chair, University of Florida AOA Beta Chapter Member, University of Florida Medical Selections Committee
  7. 7. REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES A-06 Subject: Nominations for Council on Medical Service Presented by: Duane M. Cady, MD, Chair The Board of Trustees presents the following nominations (in alphabetical order) for two vacancies on the Council on Medical Service for terms to end in 2010: Donna E. Sweet – born 1948. MD Degree: University of Kansas School of Medicine; 1982. Specialty: Internal Medicine. American Board of Internal Medicine. Professor of Internal Medicine, University of Kansas School of Medicine. Member: Kansas Medical Society; Medical Society of Sedgwick County; American College of Physicians; American College of Surgeons, Fellow. Georgia A. Tuttle – born 1954. MD Degree: Tufts University School of Medicine, 1980. Specialty: Dermatology. American Board of Dermatology. AMA Delegate, New Hampshire; AMA Council on Medical Service. Member: New Hampshire Medical Society, Former President; Grafton County Medical Society; American Academy of Dermatology; New Hampshire Dermatological Society, New England Dermatological Society. Charles F. Willson – born 1947. MD Degree: University of Virginia, 1974. Specialty: Pediatrics. American Board of Pediatrics. Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, Brody School of Medicine. AMA Alternate Delegate, North Carolina. Member: North Carolina Medical Society, President; North Carolina Pediatric Society, Former President; American Academy of Pediatrics.
  8. 8. REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES A-06 Subject: Nominations for Council on Science and Public Health Presented by: Duane M. Cady, MD, Chair The Board of Trustees presents the following nominations (in alphabetical order) for two vacancies on the Council on Science and Public Health for terms to end in 2010, and one Resident vacancy for a term to end in 2009: C. Alvin Head – born 1956. MD Degree: Emory University School of Medicine, 1989. Specialty: Anesthesiology. American Board of Anesthesiology. National Board of Medical Examiners. AMA Delegate, American Society of Anesthesiologists. AMA Council on Science and Public Health. Member: Medical Association of Georgia; American Society of Anesthesiologists. Lee R. Morisy - born 1954. MD Degree: Chicago Medical School, 1980. Specialty: General Surgery. American Board of Surgery. AMA Delegate, Tennessee. Tennessee Medical Association, Board of Trustees; Memphis Medical Society, Board of Directors; American College of Surgeons, Fellow; Southeastern Surgical Congress; Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons; Memphis Surgical Society, Former President; Harwell Wilson Surgical Society. RESIDENT Andrew J. Brenner – born 1969. MD Degree: Texas Tech University Health Science Center; 2003. Specialty: Oncology. Member: Texas Medical Association; Bell County Medical Society. Ilse R. Levin – born 1973. DO Degree: Western University of Graduate Health Sciences, 2006. Specialty: Internal Medicine. Member: California Medical Association Los Angeles County Medical Association; American Osteopathic Association.

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