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    • 10/29/2010 CURRICULUM VITAE NAME Quinn Van Bui, D.C., M.P.H., M.S. TITLE and AFFILIATION a. Primary Appointment: Postdoctoral Fellow 2005 Department of Gynecologic Oncology The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center 1515 Holcombe Boulevard, Unit 639 Houston, Texas 77030 b. Joint & Adjunct Appointment: Adjunct Professor 2005 Department of Biology North Harris College 2700 W.W. Thorne Drive Houston, Texas 77073 Graduate Research Assistant 2003-04 Department of Gynecologic Oncology The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center 1515 Holcombe Boulevard, Unit 639 Houston, Texas 77030 Adjunct Professor 2003-05 Department of Undergraduate Studies Texas Chiropractic College 5912 Spencer Highway Pasadena, Texas 77536 Adjunct Professor 1996-97 Department of Community Medicine West Virginia School of Medicine Morgantown, West Virginia 26506 Date of Birth & Place: August 3, 1968, Vanh Thiet, Vietnam Citizenship: USA Office Address: Fuqua Health & Rehab Quinn Van Bui 1
    • 10/29/2010 11007 A Fuqua Houston, Texas 77089 Telephone: 713.943.7477 Fax: 713.941.7518 Email Address: quinnbui@hotmail.com LICENSURE/BOARDS Licensed, Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners, Austin, Texas 2004; Board Certified, National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, Greely, Colorado, 2004; Certified Acupuncturist, TCC, Pasadena Texas, 2003 EDUCATION Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) 2003 Chiropractic Medicine Texas Chiropractic College Pasadena, Texas 77505 Master of Public Health (MPH) 1994 Epidemiology/Community Medicine University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15261 Masters of Science (MS) 1993 Allied Health/Health Education Slippery Rock University Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania 15106 Bachelor of Science (BS) 1990 Biology/Sociology Saint Vincent College Latrobe, Pennsylvania 15108 INTERNSHIP Graduate Research Assistant 2004 Mentor, Janice Chilton, Dr.P.H., MPH, MA University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston TX Serve as liaison between the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer and TCC Review all available research literature related to Cervical Cancer in Vietnamese Contact State and National organizations for statistics on cervical cancer Be familiar with Genomic and Proteomic HPV types 16, 18 and their relationship to cancer Develop protocol to assess the prevalence of cervical cancer in the Vietnamese community Educate the general public on the health risk factors related to cervical cancer Chiropractic Intern 2003 Attendee, Amy Riman-Wright, D.C. Quinn Van Bui 2
    • 10/29/2010 Moody Health Center, Texas Chiropractic College, Pasadena TX Perform physical exam assessments on new and old patients. Diagnose, interpret and treat through physical, radiological and serum laboratory. Use appropriate modalities to alleviate acute and chronic neuromuscular conditions. Develop and initiate rehabilitation protocols. Use appropriate, Diversified adjusting techniques to alleviate skeletal malpositions. Research Assistant 1994 Supervisor, Donald Mattison, M.D. University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health, Pittsburgh PA Develop new health promotion programs to improve relationships between academic health centers and local communities. Incorporate community health promotion programs into curricula for students in the schools of dentistry, pharmacy, medicine, public health, and rehabilitation. Research Assistant 1993 Supervisor, Richard Steinman, M.D., Ph.D. Pittsburgh Cancer Institute, Pittsburgh PA Implement community surveys to identify prevalence of cancer. Analyze and present data to faculty and students. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Laboratory Assistant 1999-02 North Harris College, Spring TX Use autoclave sterile techniques to properly dispose of laboratory specimens. Prepare microbiology laboratory experiments with specimens for microscopic evaluation. Monitor laboratory safety within the EPA and OSHA standards. Cultural and Linguistic Specialist 1997-98 HealthNet, Pasadena CA Plan, develop, implement and evaluate cultural and linguistic diversity training. Monitor cultural and linguistic accessible services for Medi-Cal members. Educate members and the general public on health care access. Community Health Promotion Specialist 1994-97 West Virginia Bureau for Public Health, Parkersburg WV Use epidemiological and community opinion data to develop programs. Assist community groups with plan, develop, implement, and evaluate programs. Conduct health promotion workshops and training for community groups. Act as immediate site supervisor for Americorp National. Assist the Center for Science in the Public Interest with the “1% or Less” milk campaign. Statistical Consultant 1993-94 Spina Bifida Association of Western Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh PA Quinn Van Bui 3
    • 10/29/2010 Interpret data using the “Epidemiology Information” statistical packet. Input, analyze and write up results for program evaluation and grant proposals. Health Education Resource Manager 1990-92 Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock PA Edit the University Student Wellness Newsletter. Manage departmental day-to-day activities. Laboratory Assistant 1986-1990 Saint Vincent College, Latrobe PA Use proper autoclave sterile techniques to properly disposed laboratory specimens. Collect inorganic biological specimen for laboratory evaluations. Prepare microbiology laboratory experiments with specimens for microscopic evaluation. THESIS/PAPERS University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center Chiropractic Treatment of Musculoskeletal Pain from Imatinib Mesylate and Interferon Alpha A randomized clinical case control study University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center Cervical Cancer in Vietnamese An epidemiological analysis of prevalence and incidence University of Pittsburgh Health Disparities in African American Youth in a Housing Project A community health analysis of causative factors of disparities Slippery Rock University Stress and Physical Therapy Students A Multivariate Analysis of Daily Stressors in Physical Therapy Students Saint Vincent College Stress and Professional Health Students A Multivariate Analysis of Stressors in Medical, Dental and Pharmacy Students CERTIFICATION/SKILLS CPR, First Aid and Safety, Aquatic Instructor (K-12), USA Canoe and Kayak Coach, Windows, Internet, Statistical Package for the Social Science (SPSS), Minitab, CPR Instructor, HIV/STD Peer Educator, Bilingual AWARDS/MEMBERSHIPS Dean’s Service to the Community Award Quinn Van Bui 4
    • 10/29/2010 President’s Service Award President of the Student Government –Undergraduate 1990 Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities -Undergraduate 1989 President of the Asian Chiropractic Student Association –Graduate 2002 Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities – Graduate 2003 American Public Health Association (APHA) American Chiropractic Association Pi Kappa Chi Fraternity Asian American Cancer Council Asian American Health Coalition Quinn Van Bui 5