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  • CURRICULUM VITAE NAME: Thomas Anthony, MS, MD ACADEMIC DEGREES: M.D., University of Kansas School of Medicine, 1984-1988 M.S., Epidemiology – Harvard School of Public Health, 1999-2001 B.S., Biology - State University of New York at Binghamton, 1980-1984 TITLE: Chief of Surgical Service Veterans Affairs North Texas Health Care System, Dallas Vice Chairman, Department of Surgery Associate Professor of Surgery Division of Surgical Oncology University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Director of Surgical Oncology Veterans Affairs North Texas Health Care System, Dallas ADDRESS: Offices: Department of Surgery The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School 5323 Harry Hines Boulevard Dallas, TX 75235-9155 (214) 648-2919 FAX (214) 648-7965 Email: thomas.anthony@utsouthwestern.edu Surgical Service VA North Texas Health Care System 4500 South Lancaster Road Dallas, TX 75216 (214) 857-1800 FAX (214) 857-1891 Email: thomas.anthony@med.va.gov Home: 8715 Pegshire Avenue Dallas, TX 75231 (214) 348-4556 DATE OF BIRTH: October 18, 1959
  • Thomas Anthony, M.D. 2 Curriculum Vitae FAMILY: Wife: Connie Carpenter Anthony Children: Carly Anthony Andie Anthony UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION: 1980 - 1984 State University of New York Binghamton, NY. B.S., Biology POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION: 1984 – 1988 University of Kansas School of Medicine Kansas City, KS. M.D. POSTDOCTORAL TRAINING: 1999 – 2001 Master of Science in Epidemiology Department of Epidemiology Harvard School of Public Health Boston, MA 1999 Program in Clinical Effectiveness Harvard School of Public Health Boston, MA 1994 – 1995 Administrative Fellow Department of Surgical Oncology Roswell Park Cancer Institute Buffalo, NY 1993 – 1995 Surgical Oncology Fellow Department of Surgical Oncology Roswell Park Cancer Institute Buffalo, NY 1992 – 1993 Surgical Chief Resident Department of Surgery University of Washington Seattle, WA
  • Thomas Anthony, M.D. 3 Curriculum Vitae 1989 – 1992 Surgical Resident Department of Surgery University of Washington Seattle, WA 1988 – 1989 Surgical Intern Department of Surgery University of Washington Seattle, WA ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS: 2001- present Associate Professor of Surgery Department of Surgery Division of Surgical Oncology UT Southwestern Medical Center Dallas, TX 1995 – 2001 Assistant Professor of Surgery Department of Surgery Division of Surgical Oncology UT Southwestern Medical Center Dallas, TX CLINICAL APPOINTMENTS: 2002 – present Chief of Surgical Service VA North Texas Health Care System 2002 - present Vice Chairmen, Department of Surgery The University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center 1995 – present Assistant/Associate Professor of Surgery Zale Lipshy Hospital Dallas, TX 1995 – present Assistant/Associate Professor of Surgery Parkland Memorial Hospital Dallas, TX 1995 – present Director of Surgical Oncology VA North Texas Health Care System Dallas, TX 1996 – 2002 Cancer Liaison Physician
  • Thomas Anthony, M.D. 4 Curriculum Vitae VA North Texas Health Care System Dallas, TX 2001 – 2002 Acting Chief Surgical Service VA North Texas Health Care System Dallas, TX 1993 – 1995 Acting Instructor of Surgery Department of Surgical Oncology State University of New York Buffalo, NY LICENSURE: 1995 – present Texas State Medical License – (#J883) 1993 – 1995 New York State Medical License 1988 – 1993 Washington State Medical License CERTIFICATION: 2003 Re-certified American Board of Surgery 1994 American Board of Surgery (#395233) 1988 National Board of Medical Examination PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS: American College of Surgeons, F.A.C.S. North Texas Chapter, American College of Surgeons Society of University Surgeons Association of VA Surgeons American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons Society of Surgical Oncology Parkland Surgical Society Harkins Surgical Society Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society COMMITTEE AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES: NATIONAL: 2005 - present Editorial Board Journal of Clinical Oncology 2002 – present Editorial Board Annals of Surgical Oncology.
  • Thomas Anthony, M.D. 5 Curriculum Vitae 2000 – present Quality of Life Committee, American College of Surgeons Oncology Group 2000 – 2002 Standards Committee, American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons 1999 – 2002 Associate Editor for Colorectal Cancer, Fellows Bibliography Program, Society of Surgical Oncology 1998 - 2003 Colorectal Cancer Organ Site Committee, American College of Surgeons Oncology Group. 2001, 2004 Associate Examiner, American Board of Surgery 1998 – 1999 Member, Examination Subcommittee, Society of Surgical Oncology REGIONAL: 2001 – 2003 Secretary-Treasurer, North Texas Chapter, American College of Surgeons 1998 – 2000 Program Chairman, North Texas Chapter, American College of Surgeons LOCAL: 2005 – Present Chairman, Anesthesiology Chief of Service Search Committee, VA North Texas Health Care System (VANTHCS) 2000 – Present Executive Committee of Medical Staff, VANTHCS 2000 – Present VA North Texas Research Corporation Board, VANTHCS 2000 – Present Research and Development Committee, VANTHCS 2005 – Present Operating Room Committee, VANTHCS 2005 – Present Operative and Invasive Procedures Committee, VANTHCS 2004 – Present Peer Review Committee, VANTHCS 2000 – Present Privileging and Credentialing Committee, VANTHCS
  • Thomas Anthony, M.D. 6 Curriculum Vitae 2001 – present Member, Surgical Residency Review Committee, UT Southwestern Medical Center 2001 – present Member, Surgical Research Committee, UT Southwestern Medical Center 2001 – present Member, Resident and Student Education Committee, UT Southwestern Medical Center 1999 – present Program Director Continuing Medical Education Program: "Current Topics in General Surgery," UT Southwestern Medical Center 2004 – 2005 Chairman, Pathology Chief Search Committee, VANTHCS 1995 – 2003 Chairman, Cancer Committee, VANTHCS 1995 – 2003 Director of Tumor Registry, VANTHCS 2001 – 2002 Assistant Director, Surgical Residency Program, UT Southwestern Medical Center 1997 – 2002 Co-Program Director Continuing Medical Education Course “Lymphatic Mapping and Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy”, UT Southwestern Medical Center 1999 – 2001 Chairman, Human Subjects Subcommittee (IRB), VA North Texas Health Care System 1998 – 1999 Member, Human Subjects Subcommittee (IRB), VA North Texas Health Care System 1996 – 1999 Assistant Program Director, Continuing Medical Education Program: “Current Topics in General Surgery,” UT Southwestern Medical Center 1995 – 1997 Chairman, Tissue Committee, VA North Texas Health Care System HONORS AND AWARDS: FACULTY: Laycock-Snyder Award Special Recognition for Outstanding Achievement in Resident Teaching, UT Southwestern Medical School, 2002 Special Recognition Award for Outstanding Achievement in Medical Student Teaching, UT Southwestern Medical School, 1999
  • Thomas Anthony, M.D. 7 Curriculum Vitae Laycock-Snyder Award Special Recognition for Outstanding Achievement in Resident Teaching, UT Southwestern Medical School, 1999 POSTGRADUATE: E. Douglas Holyoke Award for Outstanding Clinical/Scientific Work as a Surgical Oncology Fellow, Roswell Park Cancer Institute, 1995 MEDICAL STUDENT: The Merck Index Award, University of Kansas Medical Center, 1988 Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society, Inducted as a Junior Medical Student, 1987 National Dean’s List of outstanding medical students, 1986 Herbert C. Miller Award for Distinguished Performance in Research, Department of Pediatrics, University of Kansas Medical Center, 1986 University of Kansas Alumni Scholar, 1985 PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS 1. Long JW, Modrall G, Parker BJ, Swann A, Welborn B, Anthony T. Correlation between ankle brachial index, symptoms, and health-related quality of life in patients with peripheral vascular disease. Journal of Surgical Research 114(2): 239, 2003. 2. Nwariaku FE, Liu Z, Brekken, Sarosi GA, Anthony T, Terada LS, Livingston EH. Effects of Vegfr2 (KDR/Flk-1) inhibition on transendothelial migration of thyroid cancer cells. Journal of Surgical Research 114(2): 275; 2003. 3. Long J, Sarosi G, Nwariaku F, Hynan L, Parker B, Jones C, Willis B, White M, Anthony T. The influence of pre-treatment health-related quality of life scores on survival in patients with colorectal cancer. Journal of the American College of Surgeons 197(3s): s71; 2003. 4. Sarosi GA, Herdon ES, Nwariaku F, Anthony T, Souza RF. Bile salt exposure causes MAPK- mediated proliferation in Barrett’s esophagus. Journal of Surgical Research 107 (2): 276; 2002. 5. Nwariaku FE, Liu Z, Zhu X, Sarosi GA, Anthony T, Terada L. c-Jun amino terminal kinase (JNK) prevents TNF-induced phosphorylation of VE cadherin. Journal of Surgical Research 107 (2): 286; 2002. 6. Anthony T, Sarosi G, Kim L, Nwariaku F, Jones C. Health-related quality of life for patients undergoing therapy for colorectal cancer. Journal of the American College of Surgeons 195(3s): s57; 2002.
  • Thomas Anthony, M.D. 8 Curriculum Vitae 7. Sarosi G Jr, Herndon E, Nwariaku F, Anthony T, Souza R. Acid exposure stimulates proliferation in Barrettt’s esophagus in a pH- dependent fashion. Journal of the Azmerican College of Surgeons 195(3s): s9; 2002. 8. Nwariaku FE, Kim LT, Liu Z, Zhu X, Sarosi GA, Anthony T, Terada LS. Antiproliferative effects of Src-tyrosine kinase inhibition on medullary thyroid cancer. Journal of the American College of Surgeons 195 (s3): s6;, 2002. 9. Anthony, T, Leitch AM, Hynan L, Sarosi G, Kim L, Nwariaku F, Jones C, Turnage R. Pretreatment health-related quality of life (HRQL) is associated with surgical complications in patients with colorectal cancer. Proceedings of ASCO 21(99): 250a; 2002. 10. Anthony T, Kim LT, Sarosi G, Nwariaku F, Hynan L, Jones C, Turnage RH. Correlation of disease-specific health-related quality of life scores for patients with colorectal cancer. International Journal of Cancer 225 (Suppl 13): P264; 2002. 11. Anthony T, Kim L Sarosi G, Nwariaku F, Jones C, Hynan L, Turnage R. Pretreatment health- related quality of life scores are associated with complications in patients undergoing surgical treatment of colorectal cancer. Journal of Surgical Research 100: 57: 263; 2001. REFERENCED ORIGINAL ARTICLES IN PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS 1. Bell C, Asolati M, Hamilton E, Fleming J, Sarosi G, Anthony T. A comparison of complications associated with colostomy takedown versus ileostomy takedown. American Journal of Surgery 190:717-720; 2005. 2. Sarosi G, Jaiswal K, Nwariaku F, Asolati M, Fleming J, Anthony T. Surgical therapy of peptic ulcers in the 21st century: more common than you think. American Journal of Surgery 190:775-779; 2005. 3. Anthony T, Kim L, Wang J, Fitzgibbons R, Jonasson O, Neumayer L. Factors associated with complications in patients undergoing inguinal hernia repair. Submitted to Journal of the American College of Surgeons. 4. Anthony T. Current status of post-treatment follow up for patients with colorectal cancer. In Press Surgical Oncology Clinics of North America. 5. Tjandra JJ, Kilkenny JW, Buie WD, Hyman N, Simmang C, Anthony T, et.al. Practice parameters for the management of rectal cancer (revised). Diseases of the Colon and Rectum 48(3):411-23, 2005. 6. Itani KF, Neumayer L, Reda D, Kim L, Anthony T. Repair of Ventral Incisional Hernia: The Design of a Randomized Trial to Compare Open and Laproscopic Surgical Techniques. American Journal of Surgery. 188(6A Suppl):22S-29S, 2004.
  • Thomas Anthony, M.D. 9 Curriculum Vitae 7. Otchy D, Hyman NH, Simmang C, Anthony T, Buie WD, Cataldo P, et. al. Standards Practice Task Force. American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons. Practice parameters for colon cancer. Diseases of the Colon & Rectum. 47(8):1269-84, 2004. 8. Liu Z, Falola J, Zhu X, Gu Y, Kim LT, Sarosi G, Anthony T, Nwariaku F. Antiproliferative effects of Src inhibition on medullary thyroid cancer. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. 89: 3503-3509, 2004. 9. Neumayer L, Giobbe-Herder A, Jonasson O, Fitzgibbons R, Dunlop D, Gibbs J, Reda D, Henderson W, Anthony T (as part of VA CSP 456 investigators). Open versus laparoscopic mesh repair of inguinal hernia. N Engl J Med 350:1819-27, 2004. 10. Jaiswal K, Tello V, Lopez-Guzman C, Nwariaku F, Anthony T, Sarosi GA. Bile salt exposure causes PI3K mediated proliferation in Barrett’s esophagus. Surgery 136(2):160-8, 2004. 11. Todd RD, Sarosi G, Nwariaku F, Anthony T. Incidence and predictors of appendiceal tumors in elderly males presenting with signs and symptoms of acute appendicitis. American Journal of Surgery188(5): 500-04, 2004. 12. Anthony T, Penta P, Todd RD, Sarosi GA, Nwariaku F, Rege R. Rebleeding and survival after acute lower gastrointestinal bleeding. American Journal of Surgery 188(5), 485-90, 2004. 13. Anthony T, Simmang C, Hyman N, and the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons practice standards committee. Practice parameter for the surveillance and follow-up of patients with colorectal cancer. Diseases of the Colon and Rectum. 47(6): 807-17, 2004. 14. Long JW, Modrall G, Parker BJ, Swann A, Welborn MB III, Anthony T. Correlation between ankle brachial index, symptoms, and health-related quality of life in patients with peripheral vascular disease. Journal of Vascular Surgery 39: 723-7, 2004. 15. Modrall JG, Sajadi J, Ali AT, Anthony T, Welborn MB III, Valentine RJ, Hynan LS, Clagett GP. Deep vein harvest: predicting need for fasciotomy. Journal of Vascular Surgery 39: 387-94, 2004. 16. Anthony T, Long J. Measurement of Health Related Quality of Life in Patients with Colon and Rectal Disease. Seminars in Colon and Rectal Surgery 14(1): 33-46; 2003. 17. Anthony T, Long J, Hynan LS, Sarosi GA Jr., Nwariaku F, Huth J, Jones C, Parker BJN, Rege RV. Surgical complications exert a lasting effect on disease-specific health-related quality of life for patients with colorectal cancer. Surgery 134(2): 119-25, 2003. 18. Anthony T, Hynan L, Sarosi G, Kim L, Nwariaku F, Jones C, Turnage R. The association of pretreatment health-related quality of life (HRQL) and surgical complications in patients with colorectal cancer. Annals of Surgery 238(5): 690-6; 2003. 19. Smothers L, Fleming J Simmang C, Hynan L, Turnage RH, Anthony T. Emergency surgery for colon cancer. Diseases of the Colon and Rectum 46(1): 24-30, 2003.
  • Thomas Anthony, M.D. 10 Curriculum Vitae 20. Holloway S, Kim L, Sarosi G, Nwariaku F, Jones C, Hynan L, Anthony T. Health-related quality of life and postoperative length of stay for patients with colorectal cancer. Journal of Surgical Research 108: 273-8, 2002. 21. Wexner SD, Litwin D, Cohen J, et al. Anthony T as part of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons practice standards committee. Principles of privileging and credentialing for endoscopy and colonoscopy. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. 55(2): 145-8, 2002. 22. Anthony T, Jones C, Antoine J, Sivess-Franks S, Turnage R. The effect of treatment for colorectal cancer on long-term patient-reported health related quality of life. Annals of Surgical Oncology 8(1): 44-9, 2001. 23. Evans GF, Anthony T, Turnage RH, Schumpert TD, Amirkhan RH, Cambell TJ, Lopez J, Appelbaum AH. The diagnostic accuracy of mammography in the evaluation of male breast diseases. American Journal of Surgery 181(2): 96-100, 2001. 24. Doolabh N, Anthony T, Simmang C, Bieligk S, Lee E, Huber P, Hughes R, Turnage R. Primary colonic lymphoma. Journal of Surgical Oncology 74(6): 257-62, 2000. 25. Anthony T, Fleming J, Bieligk S, Sarosi G, Kim L, Gregorcyk S, Simmang C, Turnage R. Postoperative colorectal cancer surveillance. Journal of the American College of Surgeons. 190(6): 737-49, 2000. 26. Bergen P, Littlefield J, O’Keefe G, Rege R, Anthony T, Kim L, Turnage R. Identification of high risk residents. Journal of Surgical Research. 92(2): 239-44, 2000. 27. Willis B, Kim L, Anthony T, Bergen P, Nwariaku F, Turnage R. A clinical pathway for inguinal hernia repair reduces hospital admissions. Journal of Surgical Research. 88(1): 13-7, 2000. 28. Anthony T, Henderson M, Kim L, Bergen P, Rege R, Turnage R. Factors affecting recurrence following incisional herniorrhaphy. World Journal of Surgery. 24(1): 95 – 100: discussion 101, 2000. 29. Macaluso A, Simmang C, Anthony T. Streptococcus sanguis bacteremia and colorectal cancer. Southern Medical Journal. 91(2): 206-7, 1998. 30. Anthony T, Simmang C, Lee E, Turnage R. Perianal mucinous adenocarcinoma Journal of Surgical Oncology. 64(3): 218-21, 1997. 31. Anthony T, Rodriguez-Bigas M, Weber T, Petrelli N. Desmoid tumors. Journal of the American College of Surgeons. 182(4): 369-77, 1996. 32. Anthony T, George R, Rodriguez-Bigas M, Petrelli N. Primary signet-ring cell carcinoma of the colon and rectum. Annals of Surgical Oncology 3(4): 344-8, 1996.
  • Thomas Anthony, M.D. 11 Curriculum Vitae 33. Anthony T, Johansen K. Optimal outcome for high-risk carotid endarterectomy. American Journal of Surgery, 167(5): 469-71, 1994. BOOK CHAPTERS/ EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTIONS 1. Anthony T, Kim L. GI Carcinoid Tumors and the Malignant Carcinoid Syndrome. Sleisenger and Fordtran’s Gastrointestinal and Liver Disease: pathophysiology, diagnosis, management. 8th edition. In press. 2. Anthony T. Colorectal Cancer in Surgical Oncology: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow. 3rd Ed, Edge SB and Pisters P, Eds. http://www.surgonc.org, Society of Surgical Oncology, 11/ 2002. 3. Turnage R, Anthony T, Strodel W. Cystic Neoplasms of the Pancreas. Shackelford’s Surgery of the Alimentary Tract, Volume III, Turcotte J, Zuidema G, Yeo C. Eds; 5th Ed, W.B.Saunders, Philadelphia, 2002. 4. Anthony T, Kim L. GI Carcinoid Tumors and the Malignant Carcinoid Syndrome. Sleisenger and Fordtran’s Gastrointestinal and Liver Disease: pathophysiology, diagnosis, management. Chapter 112; 2151-2168. 7th Ed, WB Saunders, Philadelphia, 2002. 5. Anthony T. Colorectal Cancer in Surgical Oncology: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow. 2nd Ed, Edge SB and Pisters P, Eds. http://www.surgonc.org, Society of Surgical Oncology, 11/ 2001. 6. Anthony T. Colorectal Cancer in Surgical Oncology: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow. 1 st Ed, Edge SB and Pisters P, Eds. http://www.surgonc.org, Society of Surgical Oncology, 11/ 2000. PRESENTATIONS NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL: 1. Jaiswal K, Lopez-Guzman C, Nwariaku F, Anthony T, Sarosi G. Bile salt exposure has an anti-proliferative effect through MAPK activation in Barrett’s esophagus. 29th Annual Meeting of the Society of VA Surgeons, Salt Lake City, Utah, March 2005. 2. Miller, B, Auchus R, Dolmatch B, Watumull L, Burkey S, Anthony T, Nwariaku F. Limitations of CT scans as a predictor of hormone hypersecretion in primary hyperparathyroidism. 29th Annual Meeting of the Society of VA Surgeons, Salt Lake City, Utah, March 2005.
  • Thomas Anthony, M.D. 12 Curriculum Vitae 3. Bell C, Asolati M, Hamilton E, Fleming J, Sarosi G, Anthony T. A comparison of complications associated with colostomy takedown versus ileostomy takedown. 29th Annual Meeting of the Society of VA Surgeons, Salt Lake City, Utah, March 2005. 4. Sarosi G, Jaiswal K, Nwariaku F, Asolati M, Fleming J, Anthony T. Surgical therapy of peptic ulcers in the 21st century: more common than you think. 29th Annual Meeting of the Society of VA Surgeons, Salt Lake City, Utah, March 2005. 5. Anthony T. Does health related quality of life predict outcome in patients undergoing inguinal hernia repair? American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress, New Orleans, LA, October 2004. 6. Todd RD, Sarosi G, Nwariaku F, Anthony T. Appendiceal tumors among elderly patients presenting with acute appendicitis. 28th Annual Meeting of the Society of VA Surgeons, Richmond VA, April 2004. 7. Anthony T, Penta P, Todd RD, Sarosi GA, Nwariaku F, Rege R. Rebleeding and survival after acute lower gastrointestinal bleeding. 28th Annual Meeting of the Society of VA Surgeons, Richmond VA, April 2004. 8. Jaiswal K, Tello V, Lopez-Guzman C, Nwariaku F, Anthony T, Sarosi GA. Bile salt exposure causes PI3K mediated proliferation in Barrett’s esophagus. Annual Meeting of Society of University Surgeons, St Louis, MO February, 2004. 9. Long JW, Modrall G, Parker BJ, Swann A, Welborn B, Anthony T. Health-related quality of life (HRQL), ankle-brachial indicies (ABI), and vascular symptoms. The 37th Annual Meeting of the Association for Academic Surgery, Sacramento, CA, November 2003. 10. Nwariaku FE, Liu Z, Brekken R, Sarosi GA, Anthony T, Terada LS. Effects of VEGFR2 (XDR/FLX-1) inhibition on transendothelial migration of thyroid cancer cells. The 37th Annual Meeting of the Association for Academic Surgery, Sacramento, CA, November 2003. 11. Long J, Sarosi GA, Nwariaku F, Hynan L, Parker BJN, Jones C, Anthony T. The influence of initial health-related quality of life scores on survival in patients with colorectal cancer. American College of Surgeons, 89th Annual Clinical Congress, Surgical Forum, Chicago, IL, October 2003. 12. Anthony T, Long J, Sarosi G, Nwariaku F, Rege R. Surgical complications exert a lasting effect on disease-specific health-related quality of life for patients with colorectal cancer. Annual Meeting of Society of University Surgeons, Houston, TX, February 2003. 13. Sarosi GA, Herdon ES, Nwariaku F, Anthony T, Souza RF. Bile salt exposure causes MAPK- mediated proliferation in Barrett’s esophagus. The 36th Annual Meeting of the Association for Academic Surgery, Boston, MA, November 2002.
  • Thomas Anthony, M.D. 13 Curriculum Vitae 14. Nwariaku FE, Liu Z, Zhu X, Sarosi GA, Anthony T, Terada L. c-Jun amino terminal kinase (JNK) prevents TNF-induced phosphorylation of VE cadherin. The 36th Annual Meeting of the Association for Academic Surgery, Boston, MA, November 2002 15. Anthony T, Sarosi G, Kim L, Nwariaku F, Jones C. Health-related quality of life for patients undergoing therapy for colorectal cancer. American College of Surgeons, 88th Annual Clinical Congress, Surgical Forum, San Francisco, CA, October 2002. 16. Anthony T, Kim L, Sarosi G, Nwariaku F, Hynan L, Jones C. Correlation of Disease-Specific Health-Related Quality of Life (HRQL) Scores for Patients with Colorectal Cancer (CRC). 18th International UICC Cancer Congress, Oslo, Norway, July 2002. 17. Anthony T, Hynan L, Kim L, Sarosi G, Jones C, Nwariaku F, Turnage R. The Association of Pretreatment Health-Related Quality of Life and Overall Survival for Patients with Colorectal Cancer. American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons 2002 Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL June 2002. 18. Anthony T, Leitch M, Hynan L, Sarosi G, Kim L, Nwariaku F, Jones C, Turnage R. Pretreatment health-related quality of life (HRQL) is associated with surgical complications in patients with colorectal cancer. The American Society of Clinical Oncology 2002 Annual Meeting, Orlando FL, May 2002. 19. Holloway S, Kim L, Sarosi G, Nwariaku F, Jones C, Hynan L, Anthony T. Length of Stay is Associated with Pretreatment Health-Related Quality of Life for Patients Undergoing Surgery for Colorectal Cancer. The Society of VA Surgeons, Houston, TX, April 2002. 20. Anthony T, Kim L, Sarosi G, Nwariaku F, Hynan L, Jones C, Turnage R. Pretreatment Health- Related Quality of Life is Associated with Complications in Patients Undergoing Surgical Therapy for Colorerectal Cancer. The 35th Annual Meeting of the Association for Academic Surgery, Milwaukee, WI, November 2001. 21. Anthony T. Proposal for a Prospective Surveillance protocol for Colorectal Cancer. American College of Surgeons Oncology Group, Colorectal Oncology Committee Meeting, Chicago, IL, December 2000. 22. Fleming J, Anthony T. "Proposal for a Prospective Surveillance Protocol For Colorectal Cancer". American College of Surgeons Oncology Group, Colorectal Oncology Committee Meeting, Chicago, IL, November 1999. 23. Anthony T, Jones C, Turnage R. “Measurement of Quality of Life in Colorectal Cancer Patients,” Roswell Park Cancer Institute Centennial Surgical Oncology Symposium, Buffalo, NY, August 1999. 24. Anthony T, Fleming J. "The Need for a Prospective Postoperative Surveillance Protocol for Colorectal Cancer". American College of Surgeons Oncology Group, Colorectal Oncology Committee Meeting, Chicago, IL, May 1999.
  • Thomas Anthony, M.D. 14 Curriculum Vitae 25. Willis B, Kim L, Anthony T. “A Clinical Pathway for Inguinal Hernia Repair Reduces Hospital Admissions,” Society of VA Surgeons, St. Louis, MO, May 1999. 26. Anthony T, Jones C, Foster R, Turnage R. “The Effect of Therapy for Colorectal Cancer on Self-Reported Health Status,” Society of Surgical Oncology, Orlando, FL, March 1999. 27. Anthony T, Lark R, Kamen B. “Tissue Clearance of Folate Binding Proteins and Folic Acid in a Murine Model,” American Association for Cancer Research, San Diego, CA, April 1997. 28. Anthony T, George R, Petrelli N, Rodriguez-Bigas M. “Signet-Ring Cell Carcinoma of the Colon and Rectum,” Society of Surgical Oncology, Boston, MA, March 1995. 29. Anthony T. “Primary Signet-Ring Cell Carcinoma of the Colon and Rectum,” Canadian Society of Surgical Oncology, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 1994. LOCAL and REGIONAL: 1. Long J, Modrall JG, Welborn B, Parker BJN, Swan A, Anthony T. Do health related quality of life scores correlate with clinical symptoms and ankle brachial indicies (ABIs) in patients being evaluated for peripheral arterial occlusive disease(PAOD)? Annual Surgical Resident Research Forum, UTSWMC, Dallas, TX June 2003. 2. Sarosi GA Jr, Herndon E, Nwariaku FE, Anthony T, Souza R. Acid exposure stimulates proliferation in Barrett’s esophagus in a pH dependent fashion. 42nd Annual Meeting of The North Texas Chapter of the American College of Surgeons, Dallas, TX February 2003. 3. Rosen D, Anthony T. Pretreatment Health-Related Quality of Life (HRQL) is Associated with Surgical Complications in Patients with Colorectal Cancer. C. J. Carrico Research Forum, Dallas, TX, May 2002. 4. Hagood R, Anthony T. Comparison of Different Methods of Identifying Hepatic Metastases in Patients with Colon Cancer. C. J. Carrico Research Forum, Dallas, TX, May 2002. 5. Smothers L, Kim L, Sarosi G, Turnage RH, Simmang C, Hynan L, Anthony T. Emergency Surgery for Colon Cancer. Best Clinical Paper C. J. Carrico Research Forum, Dallas, TX, June 2001. 6. Bieligk SC, Huang H, Fleming JB, Anthony T, Jones DB, Jeyarajah R. Demaio M, Bietsch P, Hugh J, Rege R, “The Utility of Laparoscopy in the Staging Evaluation and Management of Upper Gastrointestinal Malignancies,” North Texas Chapter, American College of Surgeons, Dallas, TX, March 2000. 7. Doolabh N, Wright J, Falck J, Anthony T, Kim L, Nwariaku F, Turnage R. “The Incidence of Bilateral Inguinal Hernia in Adults,” Southwestern Surgical Congress, San Diego, CA, May 1999.
  • Thomas Anthony, M.D. 15 Curriculum Vitae 8. Blake R, Anthony T. “Do Preoperative CT Scans Influence the Management of Colon Cancer?” North Texas Chapter, American College of Surgeons, Dallas, TX, March 1999. 9. Anthony T, Kim L, Bergen P, Henderson M, Turnage R. “Long-Term Results of Incisional Herniorrhaphy in Chronically Ill Patients,” Southwestern Surgical Congress, San Antonio, May 1998. 10. Anthony T, Johansen K. “Optimal Outcome for ‘High-Risk Carotid Endarterectomy’,” North Pacific Surgical Association, Vancouver, BC, Canada, March 1993. 11. Anthony T, Johansen K. “Do ‘High-Risk’ Carotid Endarterectomy (CE) Patients Really Need Shunts?” Washington State Chapter, American College of Surgeons, Chelan, WA, May 1992. 12. Anthony T, Simons R. “Mesenteric Venous Thrombosis: The University of Washington Experience,” Washington State Chapter, American College of Surgeons, Sun Valley, OR, May 1991. INVITED LECTURES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS: 1. Outcomes after Inguinal Hernia Repair: Laparoscpoic versus Open Repair, Southwestern Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery, May 2005. 2. An Algorithm for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Lower Gastrointestinal Bleeding, Current Topics in General Surgery CME Course, Dallas, TX, April 2005. 3. Developing Quality Indicators for Colorectal Cancer Surgery, Expert Panel, Santa Monica, CA, December 2004. 4. Malignant Bowel Obstruction as a model for collaborative palliative care. Trial Design Committee, Pasadena, CA, November 2004. 5. “Lower gastrointestinal bleeding: evaluation, treatment, and outcome.” Surgical Grand Rounds, University of Texas, Southwestern, June 2004. 6. “Follow-up for colorectal cancer patients: how much is enough?”, Invited Speaker, Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo, NY, May 2004 7. “Rational Post-Treatment Follow-up for Patients with Colorectal Cancer”, Current Topics in General Surgery CME Course, Dallas, TX, May 2003. 8. “Colorectal cancer screening and prevention: what every physician should know”, Texas Medical Association, Texas Physicians Oncologic Education Program, Lubbock, TX, May 2003. 9. “Health-related quality of life for patients with colon and rectal cancer” and “The follow-up of patients with colon and rectal cancer”, 5th Annual Red River Gastrointestinal Conference, Shreveport, LA, April 2003.
  • Thomas Anthony, M.D. 16 Curriculum Vitae 10. “Rational follow-up for patients with curative treated colorectal cancer”, Surgical Grand Rounds, University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center, April 2003. 11. “Current Therapy for Colorectal Cancer”, Preventing Colorectal Cancer: The Present and Future. Sponsored by the American Cancer Society, Presbyterian Hospital, Dallas, TX, September 2002. 12. “Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy and Selective Lymphadenectomy in the Treatment of Melanoma”, Lymphatic Mapping CME Course, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, May 2002. 13. “Understanding Health-Related Quality of Life as Outcome”. Surgical Grand Rounds, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. December 2001. 14. “Lymphatic Mapping for Primary Care Physicians”. Update in Oncology for Primary Care Physicians CME Course, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, August 2001. 15. “Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy and Selective Lymphadenectomy in the Treatment of Melanoma”, Lymphatic Mapping CME Course, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, May 2001. 16. “Carcinoembryonic Antigen in the Follow-up of Patients with Colorectal Cancer.” Current Topic in General Surgery CME Course, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, May 2001. 17. “Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy and Selective Lymphadenectomy in the Treatment of Melanoma”, Lymphatic Mapping CME Course, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, November 2000. 18. “Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy and Selective Lymphadenectomy in the Treatment of Melanoma”, Lymphatic Mapping CME Course, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, June 2000. 19. "Postoperative Surveillance for Colorectal Carcinoma", Current Topic in General Surgery CME Course, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, May 2000. 20. “Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy and Selective Lymphadenectomy in the Treatment of Melanoma”, Lymphatic Mapping CME Course, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, January 2000. 21. “Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy and Selective Lymphadenectomy in the Treatment of Melanoma”, Lymphatic Mapping CME Course, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, December 1999. 22. “Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy and Selective Lymphadenectomy in the Treatment of Melanoma”, Lymphatic Mapping CME Course, UT Southwestern Medical Center,
  • Thomas Anthony, M.D. 17 Curriculum Vitae Dallas, TX, May 1999. 23. “Unusual Tumors of the Gastrointestinal Tract: Small Intestinal Malignancies”, Current Topics in General Surgery CME Course, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, May 1999. 24. “Breast Cancer and Evidence-based Screening”, Texas Medical Association Lecture, Dallas, TX, St. Paul Medical Center, Dallas, TX, March 1999. 25. “Post-Operative Surveillance for Colorectal Carcinoma”, Surgical Grand Rounds, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, January 1999. 26. “Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy and Selective Lymphadenectomy in the Treatment of Melanoma”, Lymphatic Mapping CME Course, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, January 1999. 27. “Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy and Selective Lymphadenectomy in the Treatment of Melanoma”, Lymphatic Mapping CME Course, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, September 1998. 28. “Breast Cancer Screening: Current Status”, Regional Veterans Integrated Services Network Conference, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, August 1998. 29. “Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy and Selective Lymphadenectomy in the Treatment of Melanoma”, Lymphatic Mapping CME Course, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, June 1998. 30. “Extended Resection for Locally Advanced Rectal Carcinoma”, Current Topics in General Surgery CME Course, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, May 1998. 31. “Use of Ultrasound in Breast Disease”, Current Topics in General Surgery CME Course, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, May 1998. 32. “Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy and Selective Lymphadenectomy in the Treatment of Melanoma”, Lymphatic Mapping CME Course, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, February 1998. 33. “What’s New in GI Cancer Surgery - Total Mesorectal Excision”, Current Topics in GI Medicine CME Course, Dallas, TX, November 1997. 34. “Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy and Selective Lymphadenectomy in the Treatment of Melanoma”, Lymphatic Mapping CME Course, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, October 1997. 35. “Current Therapy for Colorectal Carcinoma”, GI Medicine Grand Rounds, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, May 1997.
  • Thomas Anthony, M.D. 18 Curriculum Vitae 36. “Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy in the Treatment of Breast Cancer”, Current Topics in General Surgery CME Course, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, May 1997. 37. “Controversies in the Treatment of Gastric Cancer”, Current Topics in General Surgery CME Course, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, May 1997. 38. “Screening Recommendations for Colorectal Cancer”, Update on Cancer Screening, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, April 1997. 39. “Advances in the Treatment of Distal Rectal Cancers”, Current Topics in General Surgery CME Course, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, May 1996. CLINICAL RESEARCH PROTOCOLS: NATIONAL: 1. Anthony T, Local Co-Investigator- VA Cooperative Study, “Laparoscopic versus open repair of ventral incisional hernias.” 2. Anthony T, Local Co-Investigator - “Inguinal Hernia Management Watchful Waiting Versus Operation.” 3. Anthony T, Local Principal Investigator - VA Cooperative Group Protocol CSP 456, “Tension- Free Inguinal Hernia Repair: Comparison of Open and Laparoscopic Surgical Techniques.” LOCAL: 1. Anthony T and Bruen, C. Comparison of Medication Errors using CPRS, CliniComp, and paper-based Physician Order Systems in the SICU and TICU. 2. Anthony T and Lambert M. Co-principal Investigators, Protocol 04- 100, “ A RCT of optimized mood management in patients with colorectal cancer (CRCa). 3. Anthony T, Principal Investigator, Protocol 03-199, “Measuring health-related quality of life in patients with gastrointestinal cancers”. 4. Anthony T, Principal Investigator, Protocol 02-119, “Measuring heath-related quality of life in patients with lower extremity peripheral vascular disease”. 5. Anthony T, Principle Investigator, Protocol 99-118, “Carcinoembryonic Antigen Directed Laparoscopy in the Detection of Recurrent Colorectal Cancer.” 6. Anthony T, Principal Investigator - Protocol 98-136, “Comparison of Different Methods of Identifying Hepatic Metastases in Patients with Colon Cancer.”
  • Thomas Anthony, M.D. 19 Curriculum Vitae 7. Anthony T, Principal Investigator - Protocol 98-129, “Quantification of Urologic Dysfunction in Patients Undergoing Chemoradiation and/or Surgery for the Treatment of Rectal Carcinoma.” CURRENT FUNDING SOURCES: 1. VA Cooperative Study: Local Co-Investigator: Laproscopic versus open ventral hernia study. Award Date: 3/1/04. Direct Costs $35,000/year x 3 years. 2. New Investigator Award Grant VISN 17. “Pretreatment Quality of Life and Outcome for Patients with Colorectal Cancer” Award Date: July 2002. Status award ended 7/1/04 Direct Costs: $50,000/year for 2 years. 3. VA Cooperative Study: CSP456 Local Principal Investigator: “Tension-Free Inguinal Hernia Repair: Comparison of Open and Laparoscopic Surgical Techniques.” Award Date December 2000. Direct Costs: $78,150/year for 5 years. INDUSTRY SPONSORED STUDIES: 1. Safety and Efficacy of INVANZ vs. Piperacillin/Tazobactam in difficult intra-abdominal infections. Sponsor: Merck and Co Inc. Activation date: 3/1/03. Status: Study closed 10/1/04. Role: local principal investigator. 2. Tolerability/Safety and efficacy of single dose ertapenem vs cefotetan in elective colorectal surgery. Sponsor: Merck and Co Inc. Activation date 2/1/04. Study closed 3/1/05 Role: local principal investigator. MENTORED MEDICAL STUDENTS AND PRESENT STATUS: 1. Josh Long, MD currently second year resident in surgery at University of Alabama 2. Pradeep Penta, MD currently a second year resident in surgery at Jamaica Hospital, New York 3. Richard D. Todd, 4th year medical student at UT Southwestern Medical Center anticipating matching in anesthesiology in March 2006. 4. Charles Bruen, currently a third year medical student in the Doris Duke Clinical Research Fellowship program RESIDENTS MENTORED AND PRESENT STATUS: 1. Anthony Macaluso, MD, private practice colorectal surgeon 2. Neelan Doolabh, MD, private practice cardiothoracic surgeon 3. Lane Smothers, MD, private practice general surgeon 4. Shane Holloway, MD, current 4th year resident in general surgery; planning for surgical oncology fellowship 5. Christopher Bell, MD, current advanced laparoscopic fellow, UTSWMC