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  • 1. Curriculum Vitae ALBERT MICHAEL BRADY, M.D., F.A.C.P. DATE OF BIRTH December 3, 1945 PLACE OF BIRTH Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.A. ADDRESS 80 Selah Heights Road Selah, WA 98942 Contacts: Home: 509.697.6426 Cell: 509.494.2500 CURRENT POSITION Medical Oncology/Hematology Private Practice Cancer Institutes of Washington, PLLC dba Washington Hematology-Oncology 3911 Castlevale Road, Suite 201 Yakima, WA 98902 Office Phone: 509.454.9499 Office Fax: 509.457.4994 ......................................................................................................................... UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION 1966-70 University of California at Los Angeles School of Medicine Los Angeles, California M.D. Degree 1963-66 UCLA Department of Political Science Los Angeles, California 1960-63 Graduate of Herbert Hoover High School Glendale, California POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION 1976-77 Fellow in Oncology Department of Medicine University of Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota Albert Michael Brady, M.D., Page 1 of 15
  • 2. Postgraduate education continued: 1975-76 Chief Resident Department of Medicine Oregon Health Sciences University Portland, Oregon 1973-75 Resident Department of Medicine Oregon Health Sciences University Portland, Oregon 1971-73 Commander United States Navy Serving as Research Associate Artificial Kidney Chronic Uremia Program National Institute of Health Bethesda, MD 1970-71 Intern, Straight Medicine Duke University Medical Center Durham, North Carolina ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 2009 – Adjunct Clinical Faculty Member Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences Yakima, Washington 1993-97 Clinical Associate Professor Department of Medicine University of North Texas Health Science Center Fort Worth, Texas 1987-89 Clinical Instructor in Medicine Oregon Health Sciences University Portland, Oregon 1976-77 Research Associate in Medical Oncology University of Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota Albert Michael Brady, M.D., Page 2 of 15
  • 3. Academic Appointments Continued: 1976 Acting Director Medical Emergency Services University of Oregon Medical School Hospital Portland, Oregon 1975-76 Instructor in Medicine University of Oregon Medical School Portland, Oregon 1971-73 Associate, National Institute Arthritis, Metabolism and Digestive Diseases National Institute of Health Bethesda, Maryland LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION 2005 License, State of Washington – MD00044836 1997 License, State of Michigan - #4301071078 - Inactive 1992 License, State of Texas – (by exam) Inactive 1989 License, State of Colorado - Inactive 1976 License, State of Minnesota - Inactive 1973 License, State of Oregon - Inactive 1971 License, State of Virginia - Inactive 1970 License, State of California (by exam) – Inactive 1989 American Academy of Pain Management 1977 American Board of Internal Medicine, Medical Oncology (Current) 1975 American Board of Internal Medicine PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES 2005 – Present Private Practice Medical Oncology Cancer Institutes of Washington, PLLC dba Washington Hematology-Oncology Yakima, WA 2000-05 Medical Director Palliative Care Service St. Joseph-Mercy Oakland Hospital Pontiac Michigan Albert Michael Brady, M.D., Page 3 of 15
  • 4. Professional Activities Continued: 1997-05 Medical Director Oncology Services, St. Joseph Mercy-Oakland Pontiac, Michigan 1996-97 Cancer Care Solutions Fort Worth, Texas 1992-96 Senior Vice President Medical Director Cancer Program Harris Methodist Health System Medical Director Harris Methodist Hospice Associate Medical Director, Harris Methodist Health Plan Fort Worth, Texas 1989-92 Medical Director The Cancer Care Canter The Breast Center Porter Home Hospice Rural Outreach Program Porter Memorial Hospital Denver, Colorado 1988-89 Head Hematology/Medical Oncology Section Department of Medicine Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center Portland, Oregon 1985-89 Physician Advisor Oregon Medical Peer Review Organization State of Oregon 1982-86 Chairman Professional Education Committee American Cancer Society Multnomah County Unit Portland, Oregon- Albert Michael Brady, M.D., Page 4 of 15
  • 5. Professional Activities Continued: 1982-85 Director Oncology Unit Good Samaritan Hospital Portland, Oregon 1980-82 Acting Director Oncology Unit Good Samaritan Hospital Portland, Oregon 1980-81 Hospice Advisory Committee Portland Visiting Nurses Association Portland, Oregon 1979-82 Board of Directors Oregon Comprehensive Cancer Program Portland, Oregon 1977-1989 Private Practice Medical Oncology Partnership Drs. Galen, Brady, Lanier Portland, Oregon HONORS 2004 Circle of Life Award Palliative Care Program/Team American Hospital Association 2004 Award for Excellence in Palliative Care Michigan Cancer Consortium2002 Award for Excellence & Innovation Trinity Health Corporation 2000 F.A.C.P. Fellow American College of Physicians 1977-78 American Cancer Society Clinical Fellow 1976 Howard P. Lewis Memorial Teaching Award 1963-70 Regents Scholar State of California UCLA Undergraduate and Medical School 1969 Alpha Omega Alpha 1967 Los Angeles County Medical Association Scholar 1966 Ford Foundation Fellow Albert Michael Brady, M.D., Page 5 of 15
  • 6. PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Academy of Hospice and Palliative Care Physicians Alpha Omega Alpha American College Physicians - Fellow American Hospital Association American Pain Society American Society of Clinical Oncology American Society of Hematology Oregon Medical Society Washington Medical Society TEACHING ACTIVITIES 2006- Guest Lecturer Present University of Washington School of Nursing Yakima, Washington 2000-05 Hematology/Oncology & Palliative Care attending SJMO Rotations for R1-3 1994-95 Ward Attending, University of North Texas Health Science Center Ft. Worth, Texas 1988-89 American Cancer Society Traveling Team "Pain Control in Advanced Malignant Disease" 1984-85 American Cancer Society Traveling Team "Pain Control in Advanced Malignant Disease" 1983-89 Morning Report Good Samaritan Hospital Portland, Oregon 1978-80 Physical Diagnosis Oregon Health Sciences University Portland, Oregon 1975-89 Ward Attending Good Samaritan Hospital Portland, Oregon 1978-89 Grand Rounds Good Samaritan Hospital and Oregon Health Sciences University Portland, Oregon 1975-76 Intensive Care Unit Attending Oregon Health Sciences University Portland, Oregon Albert Michael Brady, M.D., Page 6 of 15
  • 7. Teaching activities continued: 1975-76 Physical Diagnosis Oregon Health Sciences University Portland, Oregon 1975-76 Director Morbidity & Mortality Conference, Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, Oregon REGIONAL AND NATIONAL COMMITTEES 2006-08 Member Medical Education and Research Committee Washington American Lung Association 2002-03 Member iKnowmed Product Advisory Committee 2002-03 Member 2003-03 Cancer Program Standards Working Group Commission on Cancer American College of Surgeons 2000-03 Member Review Panel, 2nd Edition Registry Operations and Data Standards Manual (ROADS) American College of Surgeons 1999- Member Present Clinical Advisory Board OncoMetrix 1998 Member Board of Directors Oakland County Division American Cancer Society 1998-02 Member Oncology Measurement Advisory Panel National Committee for Quality Assurance 1996-03 Member Coordinating Committee on Health Professions American Hospital Association 1996-99 Member Network Standards Subcommittee Research & Development Committee Commission on Cancer American College of Surgeons Albert Michael Brady, M.D., Page 7 of 15
  • 8. Regional and National Committees continued: 1996-97 Chairman Executive Committee Texas Cancer Pain Initiative 1995-97 Chairman Managed Care Task Force American Pain Society 1993-96 Member Professional Policy Committee American Pain Society 1993-03 Commission on Cancer American College of Surgeons American Hospital Association Representative 1993-03 Member Committee on Approvals American College of Surgeons American Hospital Association Representative 1993-99 Member Research & Development Committee American College of Surgeons American Hospital Association Representative 1993-97 Member Committee on Physician Executives Texas Hospital Association 1993-97 Member Fort Worth Regional Board of Directors American Cancer Society 1993-97 Member Texas Division Board of Directors American Cancer Society 1992-96 Chairman Subcommittee on Analgesic Regulatory Affairs American Pain Society 1991-92 Chairman Professional Advisory Committee Colorado Department of Health Colorado Women's Cancer Prevention and Control Program 1991-92 Member Pharmacy Committee Colorado Medical Society 1991-92 Vice Chairman Colorado Cancer Pain Initiative 1990-91 Chairman Colorado Cancer Pain Initiative Albert Michael Brady, M.D., Page 8 of 15
  • 9. Regional and National Committees continued: 1990-96 Member Bristol-Myers Squibb Select Panel on Oncology Practice 1990-92 Member CPT Writing Sub-committee Clinical Practice Committee American Society of Clinical Oncology 1990-92 Member Standards Committee Colorado Prescription Drug Abuse Task Force 1990-91 Chairman Medical Directors Special Interest Group Association of Community Cancer Centers 1989-9 Member Clinical Practice Committee American Society of Clinical Oncology 1989-95 Member Professional Education Committee American Pain Society, Sub-committee on Regulatory Issues 1989-92 Member Pain Committee Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group 1989-92 Member Colorado Division Service and Rehabilitation Committee American Cancer Society 1989-92 Vice Chairman Clinical Practice Committee Rocky Mountain Oncology Society 1989-90 Member Professional Education Committee Academy of Hospice Physicians LOCAL COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIPS 2006- Chairman Present Cancer Committee Yakima Regional Medical & Cardiac Center Yakima, Washington 1992-96 Chairman Executive Committee Tarrant County Oncology Alliance Albert Michael Brady, M.D., Page 9 of 15
  • 10. Local Committee Memberships continued: 1992-96 Chairman Scientific Review Committee Tarrant County Oncology Alliance 1992-95 Chairman Scientific Review Committee Harris Methodist Research Foundation HOSPITAL COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIPS 2004-05 Chairman Pharmacy & Therapeutics Steering Committee St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Pontiac, Michigan 2002-04 Vice Chair Pharmacy & Therapeutics Steering Committee St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Pontiac, Michigan 1998-05 Chair Section of Hematology and Medical Oncology St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Pontiac, Michigan 1998-05 Chair Breast Cancer Services Task Force St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Pontiac, Michigan 1998-02 Member Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Pontiac, Michigan 1998-04 Chairman Policy and Guidelines Subcommittee of Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Pontiac, Michigan 1998-05 Member Institutional Review Board St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Pontiac, Michigan 1998-05 Chairman Cancer Committee St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Pontiac, Michigan Albert Michael Brady, M.D., Page 10 of 15
  • 11. Hospital Committee Memberships continued: 1990-91 Chairman Ethics Committee Porter Memorial Hospital Denver, Colorado 1989-92 Chairman Oncology Advisory Committee Porter Memorial Hospital Denver, Colorado 1988-89 Medical Committee Member Good Samaritan Hospital Portland, Oregon 1981-86 Vice Chairman Cancer Committee Good Samaritan Hospital Portland, Oregon 1978-89 Cancer Committee Good Samaritan Hospital Portland, Oregon 1975-76 Veterans Administration Liaison Committee Oregon Health Sciences University Portland, Oregon 1975-76 Executive Committee Department of Medicine Oregon Health Sciences University Portland, Oregon 1974-75 Research Committee Department of Medicine Oregon Health Sciences University Portland, Oregon BOARD MEMBERSHIPS April 2009- Chairman of the Board American Lung Association of the Northwest (Washington, Idaho, Alaska) 2006–08 Member, Board of Directors American Lung Association of Washington 1999-01 Member, Board of Directors, Association of Cancer Executives 1994-96 President, Board of Directors Texas Cancer Pain Initiative Albert Michael Brady, M.D., Page 11 of 15
  • 12. Board Memberships continued: 1992-96 Member and Treasurer Board of Trustees Tarrant Medical Education Consortium 1992-96 Member and Secretary Board of Trustees Harris Methodist Research Foundation 1990-92 Member Board of Trustees Association of Community Cancer Centers EDITORIAL BOARDS 1995-99 Cancer Management 1992-95 The Journal of Oncology Management Cedar Knolls, New Jersey PUBLICATIONS 1. Brady, AM. "Management of Painful Paraneoplastic Syndromes." Hematology/Oncology Clinics of North America, 10(4) August 96, p. 801- 809. 2. Given, Charles; Given, Barbara; Rahbar, Mohammad; Brady, AM; et al. “Does a Symptom Management Intervention Affect Depression Among Cancer Patients: Results from a Clinical Trial. Psycho-Oncology 13:818- 830 (2004) 3. Brady, AM. "Pain Management in the Cancer Patient." American Health Consultants' Primary Care Reports, in press. 4. Brady, AM; Harvey, C. "The Practice Patterns of Adult Oncologists' Care of Pediatric Oncology Patients.” Cancer, 71(10 Suppl): 3237-0, 1993. 5. Weissman, DE; O’Donnell, J; Brady, AM. “A Cry from the Fringe.” The Journal of Clinical Oncology, 11(5): 1006, May 1993. 6. Brady, AM; Harvey, CD. "Fostering Collaboration by Understanding Physician Behavior: The Cancer Program Perspective.” American Hospital Association's Hospital Technology Special Report, November 1992. Albert Michael Brady, M.D., Page 12 of 15
  • 13. Publications continued: 7. Brady, AM. "The Physician as Leader of The Oncology Program/Part Two: Program Development and Recruitment." The Journal of Oncology Management, September/October 1992. 8. Brady, AM. "The Physician as Leader of The Oncology Program/ Part One: Determining a Suitable Candidate. "The Journal of Oncology Management, July/August 1992. 9. Brady, AM. "Breast Cancer - The Hidden Risk." Colorado Woman, October 1991. 10. Schuman, ES; Brady, AM; Galen, WP; Winters, V. "Implanted Venous Access Ports Have Significantly Fewer Complications Than Hickman Catheters." American Society of Clinical Oncology, Annual Meeting, May, 1987. 11. Schuman, ES; Brady, AM; Gross, GF; Hayes, JF. "Vascular Access Options for Outpatient Cancer Therapy." American Journal of Surgery, May 1987. 12. Dana, BW; Fletcher, W; Mosely, HS; Gibbs, G; Brady, AM; Woodruff, J. "Low Clinical Utility of Chemosensitivity Testing With the Human Tumor Clonogenic Essay." American Society of Clinical Oncology, Annual Meeting, May 1983, San Diego, California. 13. Schuman, ES; Brady, AM; Gross, GF; Hayes, JF; Winters, V. "Management of Right Atrial Catheters." American Journal of Surgery, 1986. SELECTED PRESENTATIONS 2005, 2004 “Dialogues at Transition, Communication Skills for Managing End- of-Life 2005 Patients, A Workshop”, American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida and other venues 1998 “New Directions: Changes to the Approvals Program” American College of Surgeons Traveling Team 1997 “Ethical Issues In Pain Management For Practitioners And Regulators” University of Wyoming, College of Health Sciences, Annual Vision Conference Albert Michael Brady, M.D., Page 13 of 15
  • 14. Selected Presentations continued: 1997 "Disease Management: Principles and Application in Oncology" American Hospital Association Cancer Care Symposium 1997 "TNM Staging Systems" American College of Surgeons Traveling Team 1997 "New Directions: Changes in the Cancer Program Approvals Manual" American College of Surgeons Traveling Team 1996 "Signposts on the Way to Cancer Pain Relief: Knowledge, Communication and Teams" Supportive Care '96, Harrington Cancer Center, Amarillo, Texas 1995 "The Cry for Improving Cancer pain Management" American Pain Society Symposium 1995 "Cancer Pain - Principles of Management" University of North Texas Health Sciences Center Summer Symposium 1995 "Role of Primary Care Physicians in the Management of Cancer in Managed Care Settings" National Video Conference SCP Communications, Inc. Developed in Cooperation with Annenberg Center at Eisenhower Rancho Mirage, California 1995 "Neuropathic Pain in the Cancer Patient - Diagnosis and Management" Hospice of the Big Country Annual Symposium Abilene, Texas 1994 "Organizing Organized Medicine - Lessons Learned" American Hospital Association Cancer Symposium San Antonio, Texas 1994 "Use of Opioids for the Management of Chronic Non-malignant Pain" Texas Medical Association/Texas Board of Medical Examiners Pain Symposium Austin, Texas 1993 "Proper Use of Opioids in the Management of Cancer Pain" 1994 Alabama Board of Medical Examiners Birmingham, Alabama 1993 "Basic Principles of Cancer Pain Management" University of North Texas Health Science Center Grand Rounds Fort Worth, Texas 1993 "The Basics of Cancer Program Development" American Hospital Association Cancer Symposium Seattle, Washington Albert Michael Brady, M.D., Page 14 of 15
  • 15. Selected Presentations continued: 1992 "Fostering Collaboration by Understanding Physician Behavior" American Hospital Association Cancer Symposium Boston, Massachusetts 1992 "Appropriate Use of Amphetamines in the Management of Cancer Pain - A Review of Proposed Rule Changes" Colorado Board of Medical Examiners Denver, Colorado Albert Michael Brady, M.D., Page 15 of 15