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  1. 1. Curriculum Vitae Michael Duane Frye, M.D. Office Address Medical University of South Carolina Division of Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine 96 Jonathan Lucas Street, Room 812-CSB Charleston, SC 29425 843-792-9219 Ralph H. Johnson V.A. Medical Center Pulmonary Division 109 Bee St. Charleston, SC 29403 843-789-7014 EDUCATION Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY, B.S. Biology, 1973-77. University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Lexington, KY, M.D., 1979-83. Internship: Memorial Medical Center, Savannah, GA, 1983-84. Residency: Memorial Medical Center, Savannah, GA, 1984-86. Fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, University of South Carolina School of Medicine, Columbia, SC, 1986-88. SPECIALTY CERTIFICATION Diplomate American Board of Medical Examiners, #278608, July 2, 1984 Diplomate American Board of Internal Medicine, #109096, September 10, 1986 Diplomate American Board of Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Subspecialty, #109096, November 1, 1988 Diplomate American Board of Internal Medicine, Critical Care Subspecialty, #109096, November 5,1991 Diplomate American Board of Sleep Medicine, #1770, April 8, 2002 LICENSURE
  2. 2. CV/M. Frye 04/01/03 Page 2 Georgia, August 8, 1984, #26521 South Carolina, December 9, 1986, #13137 Tennessee, January 27, 1989, #MD19439 FACULTY APPOINTMENTS 1988-1990 - Assistant Professor of Medicine, James H. Quinlan College of Medicine, Johnson City, TN July 1, 1990 to June 30, 2004 - Assistant Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary/Critical Care, Medical University of SouthCarolina,Charleston, SC July 1, 2004 to present – Associate Professor of Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS 1990 to present - Attending Physician, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC 1990 to present -Attending Physician, Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center, Charleston, SC 1990 to 1999 - Attending Physician, Charleston Memorial Hospital, Charleston, SC 1999 to 2006 – Attending Physician, Kindred Hospital of South Carolina, Charleston, SC 2005 to 2007- Consulting medical staff, East Cooper Regional Medical Center 1200 Johnnie Dodds Blvd, Mt Pleasant, SC. 29464. 843-881-0100 ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS 1988-1990 - Medical Director of Respiratory Therapy, VA Medical Center, Johnson City, TN 1990 - Medical Director, East Tennessee State University Respiratory Therapy School, Johnson City, TN 1990-1992 - Medical Director of Respiratory Therapy, VA Medical Center, Charleston S.C. 1996-present - Medical Director of Respiratory Therapy, VA Medical Center, Charleston S.C. 1990-present - Chief, Pulmonary/Critical Care Section, Medical Specialty Division, Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center, Charleston, SC
  3. 3. CV/M. Frye 04/01/03 Page 3 1995-1998- Acting Assistant Chief of Medicine, Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center, Charleston, SC 1995-present - Co-Director of Pulmonary & Critical Care Fellowship Program, Ralph H Johnson VA Medical Center 1999-2001 - Medical Director, Polysomnography Laboratory, VA Medical Center, Charleston, S.C. 1999-2003 - Medical Director, MUSC Polysomnography Laboratory Medical University Hospital, Charleston, S.C. Dec 2000, April 2001, Feb 2006 – Acting Chief of Medicine, Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center, Charleston, SC Jan 2004 to present – Medical Director, MUSC Sleep Disorders Center, announced by Provost Jan 12, 2004 in the Office of Academic Affairs Update #2. AWARDS, HONORS, MEMBERSHIP IN HONORARY SOCIETIES MEMBERSHIPS Fellow, American College of Chest Physicians #24244 Member, American Academy of Sleep Medicine GRANTS Principal Investigator: A multinational, multi-center, double-blind, placebo-controlled phase III study to evaluate the efficacy & safety of aerosolized recombinant human DNase I in hospitalized patients with COPD experiencing a pulmonary exacerbation. 8/94-8/95, Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center, Charleston, SC. Genentech. $60,000. Co-Principal Investigator: None RESEARCH 1. Solu-Medrol vs. Placebo in the Treatment of COPD Exacerbations. 2. Respiratory Complication of Air Travel. 3. Tuberculous Pleuritis in AIDS patients. 4. EKG changes after pneumonectomy 5. Cephalometric evaluation in Obstructive Sleep Apnea 6. Inpatient versus outpatient Polysomnography
  4. 4. CV/M. Frye 04/01/03 Page 4 7. Empiric treatment of clinically diagnosed OSA using auto-titrating CPAP ACADEMIC COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES (Past five years) University: 2003 to March 2006 Curriculum Committee of the Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine Department (Medicine): MICU Committee, Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center, Charleston, SC Pulmonary Nodule Committee, R. H. Johnson VA Medical Center, Charleston, SC Cancer Committee, Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center, Charleston, SC Performance Improvement sponsored Assessment Team for Intensive Care, Ralph H Johnson VA Medical Center, Charleston, SC Jan 23, 2006 to present. Chairman, Home Oxygen committee, RH Johnson VA Medical Center, Charleston, SC. Invasive Procedure Review Committee, RH Johnson VA Medical Center, Charleston, SC. Division (Pulmonary): N/A MAJOR TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES (Current) Undergraduate Medical Education: Teaching medical students who do electives the Pulmonary Division on ward rounds, ICU rounds, morning reports, and noon conferences. Individual Process Assessment Faculty Evaluation for MUSC; Parallel Curriculum; 1994-1995. Physical Diagnosis for medical students Graduate Medical Education: • Teaching interns and residents on rotations in our Division on ward rounds, ICU rounds morning report, and morning conferences. • Emergency Lecture Series for Department house staff held in July and August each year/ two lectures per year. • Teaching fellows on ward rounds, ICU rounds, morning report, conferences, outpatient clinics, and procedure monitoring.
  5. 5. CV/M. Frye 04/01/03 Page 5 • Medical Core Seminar for third year medical students • Lecturer for Physical Diagnosis Lecture Series; also Physical Diagnosis Preceptor. • Noon conference for fellows, residents and students. • Teaching Fellows during Sleep Rotation. Continuing Medical Education: Pleural Club Speaker, Spoleto/Charleston Pulmonary Symposium, 1991 - present ACCP Annual Meetings ATS Annual Meetings Associated Professional Sleep Societies Annual Meetings Medicine Grand Rounds MAJOR CLINICAL INTERESTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES Clinical Interests: • Sleep Disorders • Pulmonary Medicine • Critical Care Medicine Clinical Responsibilities: • Chief, Pulmonary/Critical Care, Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center; • Medical Director of Respiratory Therapy, RH Johnson VA Medical Center; • Medical Director of the Sleep Disorders Center, Medical University of South Carolina • MICU and Ward attending at Ralph H. Johnson VA Hospital; • VA outpatient pulmonary clinics and sleep clinics; • Outpatient Faculty Practice Plan Sleep Clinic; • Polysomnography Interpretation at Medical University Hospital Lab. INVITED LECTURES 1. Pulmonary Hypertension and Cor Pulmonale. East Tennessee State University. College of Medicine Grand Rounds, Johnson City, TN, November 22, 1988. 2. Pulmonary Emergencies. East Tennessee State University. College of Medicine Grand Rounds, Johnson City, TN, July 25, 1989. 3. Changing Concepts in TB Therapy. Spoleto Pulmonary Symposium. Charleston, SC, June 1, 1991. 4. Serologic Determination of Selected Pulmonary Diseases. Memorial Medical Center Grand Rounds, Savannah, GA, May 1, 1992. 5. Use of Serologic Testing in Pulmonary Diagnoses. Spoleto Pulmonary Symposium. Charleston, SC, June 4, 1992.
  6. 6. CV/M. Frye 04/01/03 Page 6 6. Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome. Beaufort Memorial Hospital, Beaufort Memorial Hospital, Beaufort, SC, July 21, 1992. 7. Smoking Cessation, Reasons and Ways to Quit. Spartanburg Hospital Staff. Spartanburg, SC, March 1992. 8. The Role of Corticosteroids in COPD. Third Charleston Pulmonary Symposium. Charleston, SC, March 23, 1993. 9. Corticosteroids in the Treatment of COPD. Fourth Charleston Pulmonary Symposium. Charleston, SC, March 20, 1994. 10. Mycobacterial Pleural Disease in Unexpected Settings. Fifth Charleston Pulmonary Symposium. Charleston, SC, March 27, 1995. 11. Tuberculous Pleuritis and HIV Disease. Podium Presentation at the American College of Chest Physicians Annual International Scientific Assembly. New York, Oct 31, 1995. 12. Pulmonary Considerations of Air Travel. Sixth Charleston Pulmonary and Critical Care Symposium. Charleston, SC, March 3, 1996. 13. Update on Critical Care. American College of Physicians. 1996 South Carolina Chapter Scientific Meeting. Charleston, SC, October 18, 1996. 14. Empirical Antibacterials in the ICU. Seventh Charleston Pulmonary and Critical Care Symposium. Charleston, SC, March 25, 1997. 15. Update on ARDS. Critical Care Nurses, MUSC , April 9,1997. 16. EKG findings after pneumonectomy. Poster Presentation at the American Thoracic Society 1997 International Conference. San Francisco, CA. May 19,1997. 17. Pulmonary Considerations of Air Travel. Internal Medicine Grand Rounds. Memorial Medical Center. Savannah, GA. Oct 31, 1997. 18. Tuberculosis: What the Health Care Worker Should Know. Presented at the South Carolina Society of Radiologic Technologists 51st Annual Meeting. March 6, 1998. Charleston, SC. 19. Preoperative Prediction of Respiratory Outcome Following CABG. Presented at the Eighth Charleston Pulmonary and Critical Care Symposium. Charleston S.C. March 29, 1998. 20. Pitfalls and Complications in the Treatment of COPD. Presented at the Ninth Charleston Pulmonary and Critical Care Symposium. Charleston S.C. March 29, 1999. 21. Sleep Problems in COPD. Presented at the Tenth Charleston Pulmonary and Critical Care Symposium. Charleston Place, Charleston S.C. March 28, 2000 22. Sleep Problems in COPD. Presented at the Carolina Sleep Society Meeting. Lightsey Convention Center, Charleston, S.C. March 15-16, 2001.
  7. 7. CV/M. Frye 04/01/03 Page 7 23. Sleep Apnea: Don’t be caught napping```. Presented at the Office Practice of Primary Care Medicine Meeting. Mills House, Charleston, S.C. March 22 –24, 2001. 24. Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Presented at the Eleventh Charleston Pulmonary Symposium. Charleston Place, Charleston, S.C. March 26-27, 2001. 25. Medical Management of Sleep Apnea. Presented at the Department of Otolaryngology Grand Rounds. St. Francis Annex, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, S.C. December 4, 2001 26. Cardiovascular Manifestation of Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Presented at the Twelfth Charleston Pulmonary and Critical Care Symposium, Charleston Place Hotel, Charleston, S.C. March 25-26, 2002 27. Update on Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Presented at the South Carolina Medical Association's (SCMA) Annual Meeting and Scientific Assembly. Charleston Place Hotel, Charleston, S.C. April 25-28, 2002 28. Medical Management of Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Presented at the Charleston Magnolia Conference; An Otolaryngology Update. Charleston S.C. May 30-June 1, 2002 29. Less Common and Controversial Manifestations of OSA. Presented at the Thirteenth Charleston Pulmonary and Critical Care Symposium, Kiawah Island Resort, Charleston, S.C. March 30-31, 2003. 29. Obstructive Sleep Apnea: Common, Uncommon and Controversial Manifestations. Mar 23, 2004 MUSC College of Medicine Grand Rounds, IOP auditorium. 30. Autotirating CPAP; The Next Generation. Presented at the Fourteenth Charleston Pulmonary and Critical Care Symposium, Mar 30, 2004, Charleston SC. 31. Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Presented at ‘Office Practice of Primary Care Medicine’ meeting hosted by the SC Medical Association, April 14, 2004. 32. Ostructive Sleep Apnea. MUSC ENT Grand Rounds, June 29, 2004 33. Pulmonary and Sleep Complications of Obesity, presented at the ‘Day of Discovery’ conference on obesity at IOP, MUSC on Sept 23, 2004. 34. Interactions of Obesity, Sleep and Sleep Apnea. Presented at the Fifteenth Charleston Pulmonary and Critical Care Symposium, Charleston, SC. Apr 23, 2005 35. ‘Interactions of Sleep, Obesity and Sleep Apnea’ presented at the Carolina Sleep Society 2005 Spring Meeting, Baywatch Conference Center, Myrtle Beach, SC. May 5, 2005. 36. ‘Recognizing Resident Fatigue’ presented at the Graduate Medical Education Grand Rounds in 2W amphitheatre, MUSC, Charleston, SC. Oct 14, 2005. 37. ‘Recognizing Resident Fatigue’. Presented at Pediatric Grand Rounds, Storm Eye Auditorium, MUSC, Charleston, SC. Oct 21, 2005.
  8. 8. CV/M. Frye 04/01/03 Page 8 38. ‘ACGME Resident Work Hour Requirements’. Presented at Anesthesiology Grand Rounds, CSB 429, MUSC, Charleston, SC. Nov 8, 2005. 39. ‘Cardiopulmonary Consequences of OSA’. Presented at the Sixteenth Charleston Pulmonary Critical Care symposium. Doubletree Suites Hotel, Charleston SC. April 8, 2006. 40. ‘Sleep Deprivation and Fatigue in Residents’ presented at the Graduate Medical Education Core Curriculum and GME Orientation Program for new residents and fellow at the Medical University of South Carolina in the Gazes Auditorium on June 28, 29 and July 5, 2006. 41. Consequences of OSA from oxidative stress to death. Presented at the Seventeenth Charleston Pulmonary and Critical Care Symposium. Kiawah Is. Resort, Kiawah Island, SC April 21, 2007. EXTRAMURAL PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES Consultant to Editorial Board. Chest. 1994-1997. Consultant to Editorial Board Am J of Medical Science 2006-2007. COMMUNITY SERVICE -Barnwell Trust Committee for Tuberculosis; American Lung Association of S.C., 1991-2000. -Health Matters, Channel 5 on Smoking Cessation, Charleston, SC, Aired June 1992. -Finance and Audit Committee of the American Lung Association of S.C., November, 1993-1996. -Teleconference on Tuberculosis, S.C. ETV Presentation, Health Communications Network; The American Lung Association-Coastal Branch, Aired June 15, 1995. -Article for MUSC magazine “CheckUp”, page 6 spring edition 2004. Obstructive Sleep Apnea -Piggly Wiggly Employee Health Fair, Jan 22, 2004 at the Piggly Wiggly distribution center. -Channel 2 Health Matters. Sleep panel of experts taking Phone-In, televised. Feb 25,2004 -MUSC Health Fair, Mar 4, 2004 PUBLICATIONS: 1. Markesbery W.R., Robinson R.R., Falace P.V., Frye M.D. Mucopolysaccharidosis: ultrastructure of leukocyte inclusions. Annals of Neurology, 1980; 8:332- 336. 2. Markesbery W.R., Walsh J.W., Frye M.D. Ultrastructural study of the Medulloblastoma in tissue Culture. Journal of Neuropathology and Experimental Neurology, 1980; 39:30-40. 3. Frye M.D., DiBenedetto R., Lain D., Morgan K. Single Arterial Puncture vs. Arterial Cannula for Arterial Gas Analysis after Exercise: Change in Arterial Oxygen over Time. Chest, 1988; 93:294-298. 4. Judson M.A., Frye M.D., Al-Assaad Z., Farrell J.J. The diagnosis of an intramuscular metastasis: Aid from a finding on computerized tomography scan. Military Medicine, 1990;155(7):308-310.
  9. 9. CV/M. Frye 04/01/03 Page 9 5. Frye M.D., Seifer F.D. An outbreak of Blastomycosis in Eastern Tennessee. Mycopathologia, 1991;116(1):15-21. 6. Frye M.D., Sahn S.A. Corticosteroids in stable and acute exacerbations of COPD. Contemporary Internal Medicine, August, 1993;5(8):9-16. 7. Frye M.D., Jarratt M., Sahn S.A. Acute hypoxemic respiratory failure following intrapleural thrombolytic therapy for hemothorax. Chest, 1994;105(5):1595-1596. 8. Joseph J., Harley R.A., Frye M.D. Bronchiolitis Obliterans with organizing pneumonia in AIDS. N Engl J Med, 1995;332(1):273. 9. Mattison L.E., Frye M.D., Collop N. A. Accidental Ingestion of a Tracheal Stent. Chest, 1995;108:875-76. 10. Frye M.D; Sahn S.A. Streptococcal Toxic Shock Syndrome, In: Critical Care Pearls II. pp. 115- 117. Hanley & Belfus, Inc. Philadelphia, PA. 1997 11. Frye M.D., Pozsik C.J., Sahn S.A. Tuberculous pleurisy is more common in AIDS than in non-AIDS patients with tuberculosis. Chest. 1997;112:393-397 12. Finkenbine R.D., Frye M.D.. Case of psychosis due to prednisone-clarithromycin interaction. Gen Hosp Psychiatry. 1998;20:325-6 13. Frye M.D., Sahn S.A. Acute EKG changes after pneumonectomy, Southern Medical Journal. 2000; 93: 977-981. Book Chapters, Review Articles: 1. Frye M.D., Olsen G.N. Respiratory Function Tests, In: Scientific Foundations of Anaesthesia: The Basis of Intensive Care, 4th Edition. Chapter 23, pp. 279-286. Cyril Scurr, editor, Year Book Medical Publishers, Inc., Chicago 1990. 2. Frye M.D., Sahn S.A. Corticosteroids in acute exacerbations and chronic COPD. In: Pulmonary and Critical Care Update. American College of Chest Physicians, Northbrook, Illinois 1993;9(9):2-7. 3. Frye M.D., Sahn S.A. Metabolic and biochemical diseases of the lungs, In: Pulmonary and Critical Care Update. American College of Chest Physicians, Northbrook, Illinois, 1995;10(30):1-8. 4. Frye, M.D. Myths of Corticosteroid use in COPD. In: Pulmonary and Critical Care Update, 2001. Volume14(Lesson 20). 5. Heffner J.E., Frye, M.D. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. In: Respiratory Care: Principles and Practice by Hess DR, MacIntyre N, et al. WB Saunders Co. 2001.
  10. 10. CV/M. Frye 04/01/03 Page 10 Abstracts: 1. Joseph J., Harley R., Frye M.D. Bronchiolitis Obliterans with organizing pneumonia (BOOP) in AIDS. Am J Respir Crit Care Med, 1995;151(4):A718. 2. Frye M.D., Pozsik C.J., Sahn S.A. Tuberculous pleuritis and HIV disease. Chest. 1995;108:102S. 3. Frye M.D; Sahn S.A. EKG findings after pneumonectomy. Am J Respir Crit Care Med, 1997; 155(4): A143. 4. Highland, K.B, Frye M.D., Strange C.B. The Demographics and Sleep Characteristics of Hospitalized Patients Referred for Overnight Polysomnography. Chest, 2001; 120(4): 301S. 5. Drummond FE, Doelken P, Frye MD. Empiric treatment of clinically diagnosed obstructive sleep apnea using Auto-Titrating Continuous Positive Airway Pressure. (Abstract and Podium Presentation at the ACCP annual meeting in Quebec) Chest 2005; 128: 223S-a Unpublished Investigations: 1. Frye M.D., "Twelve week, double blind, parallel comparison of oxivent (oxitropium bromide) inhalation aerosol and Albuterol inhaler in patients with COPD." 1990; Mountain Home Veterans Hospital, Mountain Home, Tennessee. 2. Frye M.D., "The use of corticosteroids in exacerbations of COPD." Current; Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center, Charleston, SC. 3. Frye M.D., "Multi-national, multi-center, randomized, double blind prospective trial of DNase in acute exacerbations of COPD." Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center, Charleston, SC. 4. Frye M.D., "Pleural effusions in chronic ambulatory peritoneal dialysis." Medical University of South Carolina and Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center, Charleston, SC. Electronic Media Publications: 1. Frye M.D. Diagnosis and management of tuberculous pleural effusions, In: UpToDate in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine. Weinberger S.E. (ed.). American Thoracic Society, 1996-Present with updates. (CD-ROM) 2. Frye M.D., Sahn S.A. Pneumothorax and air travel. In: UpToDate in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine. Weinberger S.E. (ed.). American Thoracic Society 1996. (CD-ROM) 3. Frye, M.D., Sahn, S.A. Tuberculous pleural effusions in HIV-infected patients. In: UpToDate in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine. Weinberger S.E. (ed.). American Thoracic Society 1996. (CD-ROM) 4. Frye M.D. Diagnosis and management of tuberculous pleural effusions, In: UpToDate in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine. Weinberger S.E. (ed.). American Thoracic Society, 1998. (CD-ROM)
  11. 11. CV/M. Frye 04/01/03 Page 11 5. Frye, M.D., Sahn, S.A. Tuberculous pleural effusions in HIV-infected patients. In: UpToDate in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine. Weinberger S.E. (ed.). American Thoracic Society 1998. (CD-ROM) 6. Frye, M.D., Sahn, S.A. Sleep Problems in COPD. In: Harrison’s Online, 2001. 7. Frye, M.D., Sahn, S.A. Diagnosis and management of tuberculous pleural effusions in non-HIV infected patients. In: UpToDate in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, American Thoracic Society March 4, 2003.

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