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KELLY THRUSH MITCHELL, MD
Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, TTUHSC, Lubbock Texas 79430-7217
Phone: 806-743-2020/800-535-8006; Fax: 806-743-2471; email: [email protected]
Professional Experience:
2003 –
ACADEMIC OPHTHALMOLOGY
Associate Professor, 2010 –
Residency Program Director, 4/2007 to present
Co-Director, Focused Medical Ophthalmology Fellowship, 6/2006-12/06
Department of Pediatrics, Joint Appointment, 2006 to present
Co-Medical Director, UMC/NICU, Retinopathy Screening and Treatment
Co-Director of the Retina Service, 2003 – present
Assistant Professor, 2003-2010
Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock Texas
1998 – 2001
COMPREHENSIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY
Associate Ophthalmologist
Bowling Green Eye Center; Bowling Green, Ohio
1995 – 1998
MILITARY OPHTHALMOLOGY
Staff Ophthalmologist, Assistant Chief and Chief Ophthalmology Service
Eisenhower Army Medical Center; Fort Gordon, Georgia
Education:
2005 – 2006
FACULTY DEVELOPMENT COURSE
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock
2001 – 2003
FELLOWSHIP IN RETINA AND VITREOUS SURGERY
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center; Dallas, Texas
1999 – 2001
Course work in Masters in Public Health
Northwestern Ohio Consortium for Public Health
University of Toledo and Bowling Green State University
30 of 45 hours completed towards MPH, GPA: 3.80
1992 – 1995
RESIDENCY IN OPHTHALMOLOGY
Brooke Army Medical Center; San Antonio – Fort Sam Houston, Texas
1990 – 1991
TRANSITIONAL INTERNSHIP
Brooke Army Medical Center; San Antonio – Fort Sam Houston, Texas
1986 – 1990
DOCTOR OF MEDICINE
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine; Cincinnati, Ohio
1982 – 1986
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, Botany
The Ohio State University; Columbus, Ohio
Honors and Awards:
2012-15
PHYSICIAN RECOGNITION AWARD IN CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION,
American Medical Association
2011
UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER MEDICAL STAFF ALL-STAR, October 2011
2011
FACULTY TEACHER OF THE YEAR AWARD, presented by the residents of the
Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, TTUHSC
2010-15
Super Doctor Award, Texas Monthly Magazine,
2010
Awarded Tenure and Promoted to Associate Professor, School of Medicine, Health
Sciences Center, Texas Tech University Board of Regents
2008-11
PHYSICIAN RECOGNITION AWARD IN CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION,
American Medical Association
2008
UNSUNG HERO AWARD, School of Medicine Dean’s Faculty Appreciation Dinner
2006
UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER MEDICAL STAFF ALL-STAR, November 2006
2006
ATTENDANCE/PARTICIPATION AWARD, Faculty Development Course
2004
HONORABLE DISCHARGE, medical corps, United States Army Reserve
2004
FACULTY TEACHING AWARD, presented by the residents of the Department of
Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Texas Tech University Health Science Center
1998
ARMY MERITORIOUS SERVICE MEDAL, for superior clinical and leadership skills
that increased clinical productivity in a changing healthcare environment
Eisenhower Army Medical Center; Augusta – Fort Gordon, Georgia
1997
ARMY COMMENDATION MEDAL, for improving patient access to eye care services
Eisenhower Army Medical Center; Augusta – Fort Gordon, Georgia
1997
ARMY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL, for preparing the Ophthalmology and ENT Clinics
for the site visit by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations
Eisenhower Army Medical Center; Augusta – Fort Gordon, Georgia
1996, 2000, 08 LIFELONG EDUCATION FOR THE OPHTHALMOLOGIST AWARD, American
Academy of Ophthalmology
1995 – 1997
ACTIVE TEACHER AWARD, American Academy of Family Physicians
1996
OUTSTANDING TEACHER AWARD, Family Medicine Residency Program,
Eisenhower Army Medical Center; Augusta – Fort Gordon, Georgia
1993
ARMY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL, The C.A.R.E.S. Resident Award, recognizing
exemplary patient care, Brooke Army Medical Center; San Antonio, Texas
1992
ARMY COMMENDATION MEDAL, awarded for service to the Second Brigade,
Second Infantry Division – Republic of South Korea
1989
ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA, Honor Medical Society
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine; Cincinnati, Ohio
1988
EUGENE B. FERRIS ACADEMIC ACHIEVMENT AWARD, presented to the secondyear medical student for scholastic excellence and leadership in the basic sciences
1987
MCGRAW-HILL PUBLISHING COMPANY AWARD, presented to the medical
student ranked number one at the end of the first year
1986 –1990
ARMY HEALTH PROFESSIONS SCHOLARSHIP
1986
CUM LAUDE GRADUATE, The Ohio State University
1985
HELIX, College of Biological Sciences Honor Society, The Ohio State University
1981
EAGLE SCOUT, Boy Scouts of America
Scholarly Publications and Presentations (Completed):
2016
Mitchell KT, Joseph G, Nikrooyan I, Two Resident Pricks: A Saftey Fable, Poster
Presentation, Association of University Professors of Ophthalmology Annual Meeting,
January Fort Lauderdale,
2015
Desai A, Tran P, Hamood A, Mitchell KT, Reid T 2.5, 5, and 10% Betadine solution in
not effective in inhibiting the growth of different Gram Negative and Gram Positive
Pathogens in Vitro, Poster Presentation ARVO, May 2015, Denver CO
2015
Mitchell J, Mitchell KT, Recurrent Valsalva Retinopathy: An Indication for Systemic
Evaluation, Poster Case Report American Medical Society of Sports Medicine, April
2015, Fort Lauderdale, FL
2015
Shen CL, Brackee G, Mitchell KT, Song X, Finckbone V, Tomison MD, Han J, Wang
JS. A 6-month chronic toxicity study on green tea polyphenols in middle-aged
ovariectomized rats. FASEB J 2015; 29(1): S608.6
2014
Huynh E., Pham P., Reid T., Hamood A., Mitchell K.T., Phat T., 5% Betadine solution is
not effective in inhibiting the growth of different Gram Negative and Gram Positive
Pathogens in vitro, Poster Presentation Association for Research in Vision and
Ophthalmology Annual Meeting May 2014, Orlando, FL
2014
Joseph G.M., McCartney D.L., Mitchell KT, Mitchell J.J., Framed Despite
Polycarbonate. Poster Case Report. American Medical Society for Sports Medicine,
Annual Meeting. April 2014; New Orleans, LA.
2012
Mendez M, Mitchell J, Hickox J, Mitchell KT She was going the wrong way! A case
of an orbital floor fracture with inferior rectus muscle entrapment in an pediatric boxer.
American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM) annual meeting. May 2012.
Atlanta, GA.
2012
Mitchell K.T. Tran P., Arnett A.I., Mosley T., Tran K., Hanes R., Webster D.,
Dominguez L. Hamood A., Reid T., Organo-selenium coatings inhibit multiple species of
biofilm formation on different types of ophthalmic device material, Poster Presentation
2011
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2010
2009
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2009
2008
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2008
2007
2006
2006
2005
2005
2005
2004
2003
2001
Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology Annual Meeting May 2012, Fort
Lauderdale FL
Mitchell K.T., Arnett A.I., Auten J.C., Hanes, R., Jarvis, C., Thomas, J., Hamood, A.,
Dominguez, L., Reid, T.D., The Use Of A Covalent Selenium Coating To Inhibit Biofilm
Formation On A Silicone Scleral Buckle, Poster Presentation Association for Research in
Vision and Ophthalmology Annual Meeting May 2011, Fort Lauderdale FL
Mitchell JJ, Mitchell K.T. ,”My What Big Eyes You Have”. Case report & abstract
poster presentation. American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM) Annual
Meeting. April 2011, Salt Lake City, UT.
Mitchell, K.T., Lee S.Y., Current Treatment Options for Rhegmatogenous Retinal
Detachment, Focal Points Clinical Update Modules for Ophthalmologists, American
Academy of Ophthalmology
Mitchell, K.T., Edwards A.E., How to do Chart Audits in the Era of EMR?, Poster
Presentation, American Association of Medical Colleges Meeting; Boston 11/09
Mitchell K.T., Bradley J.C., Gilmore L.S., Meyerrose G.E., Ratnoff W.T.; Fabry’s
Disease as a Cause of Sequential, Bilateral Central Retinal Artery Occlusions: A Case
and Review; Clin Experiment. Ophthalmol, Sept 09;37(7):748-50 [PMID:19788678]; and
Poster Presentation Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology Annual
Meeting May 2005, Fort Lauderdale FL
Mitchell, K.T., How to do Chart Audits in the Era of EMR?, Oral Presentation,
Association of University Professors of Ophthalmology Annual Meeting, Palm Springs
Mitchell , J.J., Mitchell, K.T., Chaya, C: “Fundus of Fury”, Oral Presentation of
Valsalva Retinopathy, American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Annual
Meeting, Rendezvous II, International Sports Medicine Conference, Las Vegas
Mitchell, J.J., Mitchell, K.T., Cochrane, R: “Is That Sand in Your Eye or Giant
Papillae?, oral presentation describing giant Papillary conjunctivitis , American
Medical Society for Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Rendezvous II,
International Sports Medicine Conference, Las Vegas
Lusk, J., Nutter, B, Mitra, S., Mitchell, K.T., Eezzuduemhoi D, Poster
Presentation: Automated 3-D Reconstruction of Stereo Fundus Images using Image
Rectification, Medical Imaging Symposium San Diego, Feb 2008
Kirkman M., Mitchell K. et al., Eye Findings of West Nile Virus Seen in West Texas,
poster presentation, Preventing Pandemic Pandemonium Public Health Conference, Civic
Center, Lubbock, Texas, August 17-18 2007
Mitchell K.T., Mitchell J.J., Diabetic Retinopathy, Podcast Education Project
Department of Family and Community Medicine, September
Mitchell K.T., Treatment Options for Macular Degeneration, Podcast Education
Project Department of Family and Community Medicine, November.
Bradley J.C., George J.G., Sarria J.C., Kimbrough R.C., Mitchell K.T.; Aspergillus
terreus Endophthalmitis; Scand J Infect Dis.2005;37(6-7):529-31.[PMID:
16012022]
Sarria J.C., Bradley J.C., Habash R.,Mitchell K.T., Kimbrough R., Vidal A.M.; Candida
glabrata Endophthalmitis Treated Successfully with Caspofungin; Clinical Infectious
Diseases, Feb 2005; 40:e46-48 [PMID: 15714407] and poster at Southern Section –
American Federation of Medical Research / Southern Society of Clinical Investigation.
New Orleans, LA. February 2005
Sawyer, C., Mitchell, K.T. “Vitamin E and AMD Reward and Risk”, Resident
Presentation Competition, Texas Ophthalmological Association Meeting, Dallas
Williams P.D., He Y., Kooner K.S., Mitchell, K.T., The Suppressive Effect of Glaucoma
on Diabetic Retinopathy; Poster # B562, Association for Research in Vision and
Siu, K., Mitchell, K., He, Y.-G., Visual Outcomes and a Patient Satisfaction Survey after
Photodynamic Therapy for Age Related Macular Degeneration; Poster # B669,
Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology Annual Meeting May 2003,
Mitchell K.T., Hollsten D.A., White W.L., O’Hara M.A., Article: The Autogenous
Dermis-Fat Orbital Implant in Children, Journal of the American Association of
Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, 2001; 5,4:367-369; Abstract/Book Chapter
(CH VI, Section IX): Update on Strabismus and Pediatric Ophthalmology, Proceedings
of the Joint ISA and AAPO&S meeting, 19-23 June 1994, Vancouver, BC, ISBN# 08493-8691-5, CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, FL
1996
Chaknis M.J., Brooks S.E., Mitchell K.T., Marcus D.M., Inflammatory Opacities of the
Vitreous in Rifabutin-associated Uveitis, American Journal of Ophthalmology, 1996;
122, 4:580-1.[ PMID: 8862060]
1995
Mitchell K.T., Campagna J.C., The Evaluation of Peripapillary Atrophy and
Glaucomatous Nerve Damage Using the Topcon Image Analyzer, The Walter Reed
Ophthalmology Alumni Meeting, May 1995,Washington D.C.
1991
Specht C.S., Mitchell K.T., Bauman A.E., Gupta M., Ocular Histoplasmosis with
Retinitis in a Patient with Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome. Ophthalmology, 1991;
98:1356-1359. [PMID: 1945308]
Book Chapters:
2011
Mitchell, JJ, Mitchell K.T. Orbital Fractures. In: The 5-Minute Sports Medicine
Consult, 2nd Edition, Editor: Bracker, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia.
2008
Mitchell, K.T., Orbits (Chapter 18),In:Pediatric Imaging: Rapid-Fire Questions and
Answers, Editors: Quattromani F, et al. , Thiene, ISBM 987-1-58890-658-8
2007
Mitchell K.T., Mitchell J.J., Ophthalmology (Chapter 48), In: Review of Family
Medicine 4th Edition, Bope E.T. Editor, Saunders, ISBM 1416030646
Invited Lectures:
2015
Mitchell, K.T., The One, Two, Three of Swept Source OCT, update lecture at the
JACHPO section of American Academy of Ophthalmology Annual Meeting in Las
Vegas, November 2015
2014
Mitchell, KT., Ocular Trauma and Disease for the Athletic Trainer, Masters of Athletic
Training Annual Update, TTUHSC July 2014
2013
Mitchell, K.T., The 1,2,3 of ROP, a 30 minute update lecture at the JACHPO section of
American Academy of Ophthalmology Annual Meeting in New Orleans, November 2013
2013
Mitchell, K.T., Retinal Detachment: Terminology, Technology, and Techniques, Clinical
Update for the Optometrist, TTUHSC
2011
Mitchell, K.T., The Red Eye: Essentials in Ophthalmology for the Family Physician and
Geriatrician , Annual Update for the Family Physician, Department of Family and
Community Medicine, TTUHSC
2011
Mitchell, K.T., Update on Hydroxychloroquine Screening, Texas Ophthalmological
Association and Texas Medical Association meeting May 2011, Houston
2011
Mitchell, K.T., Eye Know to Deal with the Red Eye, 3rd Annual Update in General
Internal, Department of Internal Medicine, TTUHSC
2011
Mitchell, K.T., Genetics of Macular Degeneration, Clinical Update for the Optometrist,
TTUHSC
2009
Mitchell, KT., Ocular Trauma and Disease for the Sports Medicine Specialist, Big
Twelve Conference Team Physician Meeting, June 11 San Antonio Texas
2009
Mitchell, K.T., New AMD treatments, Clinical Update for the Optometrist, TTUHSC
2008
Mitchell, K.T., Ophthalmology Fundamentals, Clinical Nurse Practitioner Program,
TTUHSC broadcasted to five campuses throughout Texas
2008
Ragain, M., Mitchell, K.T., Ethical Considerations of High Cost Pharmaceuticals for the
treatment of Macular Degeneration, Fulfilled requirements for yearly ethics hour for
Texas Medical Board, 2008 Ophthalmology Clinical Update for Ophthalmologists
2006
Mitchell K.T., Current Treatment Options for Macular Degeneration, Dean’s Grand
Rounds Presentation, School of Medicine TTUHSC, November
2005
Mitchell K.T., The Aging Eye, The Garrison Institute of Aging, TTUHSC
2005
Mitchell K.T., Macular Degeneration Update, The Garrison Institute of Aging, TTUHSC
broadcasted to the Amarillo and El Paso campuses
2004
Mitchell, K.T., Ophthalmology Update: “Eye Know how for the Family Physician”
Clinical Update for the Primary Care Physician, Sponsored by the Department of Family
and Community Medicine, TTUHSC, Lubbock
2004
Mitchell K.T., Laser Basics and Uses in Retinal Diseases, Dean’s Grand
Rounds Presentation, School of Medicine TTUHSC, February
Clinical Meeting Leadership:
2004-12, 14- Mitchell K.T., Director, Annual Meeting: Clinical Update for the Comprehensive
Ophthalmologist, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences Lubbock
Grant Proposals:
Funded
2015
Sudin, O, Reid, T., Mitchell, K.T., McCartney, D.L., DNA typing of ocular surface
microbiologic flora, awarded Presidential Collaboration Grant within Texas
Tech University System Grant awarded $50,000
2011-13
Umstead, C., Kasemsri T, Barhorst, A, Mitchell KT., Survey of Eyes Subjected to
Increasing Blood Pressure to Observe Retinal Hemorrhaging, Texas Tech University
Health Sciences Center & Texas Tech Mechanical Engineering Department, Intramural
Health Science Center Grant awarded of $15,000
2005
Mitchell K.T., Proposal to partner with EMR vendor to develop software that would
facilitate process for resident chart audit with ultimate goal to increase educational value
of chart audit process, awarded $ 5,000 from Intradepartmental Shannon Educational
Grant
2004
Mitchell, J.J., Mitchell, K.T., submitted abstract for intramural grant to create team
teaching module for non-ophthalmic physicians to gain panoptic (new version of
ophthalmoscope) exam skills. Awarded $4,000 of intramural funds through SOM Dean’s
Office for new teaching ideas, money went to the Dept. of Family Practice.
Unfunded
2015
1 RO1 EYo26520-01: Multisensory Integration in Judgements of Collision During
Progressive Vision Loss; PI: DeLucia, P Department of Psychology, TTU; Co-PIs:
Oberfeld, P, Baures, R, Zupanoic, S, Mitchell, KT , 5 year project Total Direct Costs
Requested 1,287,534 dollars
Mitchell’s role as the sole physician is to provide ophthalmic expertize and all clinical
subjects: controls and those with varying level of vision loss. Although our score was not
fundable on this initial try, the score and reviewer comments suggest a fundable score
with reasonable modification currently underway.
2008
Mitchell K.T., Proposal study the educational value of a nearly developed software that
would facilitate process for resident chart audit with goal to increase educational value of
chart audit process, Intramural School of Medicine, Education Innovation Grant.
2006
Mitchell, K.T., Proposal to augment ophthalmic equipment assets in order to facilitate
ophthalmic care and clinical scholarly projects concerning ocular health and disease of
rural elderly and Hispanic, Intramural Medical Center CH Foundation Grant
Scholarly Collaboration:
2012-14
NIH Funded: (NCCAM)/NIH. 1 U01 AT006691.
09/30/2012-6/30/2017. $1,585,149. PI: C-L Shen (Principal Investigator). Coinvestigator: J-S Wang (University of Georgia), Xiao Song (University of Georgia).
Collaborators: M Jenkins (TTUHSC), G Brackee (TTUHSC), CK Felton (TTUHSC).
Consultants: Mitchell K.T., Dunn D.M., Pence BC, TTUHSC
Preparation for GTP Long-Term Clinical Study on Bone Health”. National
Complementary and Alternative Medicine The objective is to collect the preliminary
data for a future long-term GTP clinical trial with an optimal dose of green tea in
postmenopausal women with low bone mass. My role is to evaluate study animal eyes
for potential toxic effects
Scholarly Projects (In progress):
Chaya, C., Mitchell, K.T., Sports related causes and severity of Valsalva Retinopathy
Mitchell, K.T., Case Report: Intraocular Breakage of 25 gauge Vitrectomy probe
Committee Activities:
2014
Faculty Executive Meeting Committee Member, TTUHSCSOM
2013
Tenure and Promotion Committee member, TTUHSC
2011 –
Post Tenure Review Committee, member Texas Tech Health Sciences Center
2010 –12
MPIP Committee, Member -at-Large, School of Medicine
2010 –12, 14- Grievance Committee, School of Medicine with Vice-Chair in 2015 & Chair in 2016
2009
Chairman, Ad hoc Grievance Committee, Graduate Medical Education
2006 – Present Continuing Medical Education, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
2006 – 2007
Admissions, School of Medicine, Texas Tech University
2004 – 2009
Electronic Medical Record, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences
2004 – 2005
Library, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
2003 – Present Risk Management, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
2003 – Present Surgery, University Medical Center
Health Sciences Center and Community Service:
2014
Speaker at October 2014 Lubbock Rotary Club Meeting: The Aging Eye
2014
Provide TV interviews broadcasted by Lubbock NBC affiliate during children Miracle
Network Telethon: Ocular Treatment Options after severe eye injury in a child
2014
Provided one five minute TV interviews broadcasted by Lubbock NBC affiliate: eye
injury prevention during sports participation
2014
Diabetic Support Group Educator, Combest Center, Lubbock April
2014
Lecture about dry eyes, glaucoma, cataracts, retinal detachment, and macular
degeneration to a seniors group from the Garrison Institute on Aging
2013-present Ophthalmology Faculty Advisor to Medical Students of the Paul Foster School of
Medicine, TTUHSC El Paso Campus
2013
Provided two five minute TV interviews broadcasted by Lubbock NBC affiliate:
fireworks eye safety and diabetic retinopathy
2013
Lectured about new AMD treatments to the Seniors Group of University Medical Center
2011
Lecture about current treatment options for Diabetes and Macular Degeneration to a
seniors group from the Garrison Institute of Aging
2010-11-13
Lecture on workplace ocular safety at a Regional Safety Meeting of the EXCEL Utility
Company
2008 -present Founding Faculty Advisor, Medical Student Ophthalmology Interest Group, TTUHSC
2008
Lecture about new AMD treatments to the Seniors Group of University Medical Center
2007
Provided in two, five minute TV interviews broadcasted by Lubbock NBC affiliate: child
eye safety during Halloween and eye safe toys.
2007
Lectured about new AMD treatments to the Seniors Group of University Medical Center
2005
Participated in the Children’s Miracle Network Telethon educating the public about
importance of newborn eye exams, the disease Retinopathy of Prematurity and value of
the Retcam II photographic equipment for infants in the NICU at UMC.
2005
Guest for one hour long radio show (AM KFLB) discussing AMD and Diabetic
Retinopathy.
2004
Provided two, five minute TV interview broadcasted by Lubbock NBC affiliate: macular
degeneration, and Diabetic Retinopathy.
2004 –
Faculty Mentor for Medical Students during 1st and 2nd year, 1 student per year group;
2004 –
Faculty Advisor for Medical Students in 3rd and 4th year, 2 students per year group.
State Medical Licenses:
2001 –
Texas State Board of Medical Examiners
1992 –
State Medical Board of Ohio
Board Certification and Recertification:
2018 --2027
Completed all requirements November 2015
2008 – 2017
Diplomate, American Board of Ophthalmology, recertification, time limited: 10 year
1997 – 2007
Diplomate, American Board of Ophthalmology, initial certification, time limited: 10 year
Professional Associations:
2002 –
Texas Ophthalmological Association
1992 –
American Academy of Ophthalmology
Hospital Affiliations – Medical Staff:
2003 –
University Medical Center; Lubbock, Texas
2002 – 2003
Children’s Hospital Medical Center; Dallas, Texas
2001 – 2003
Parkland Memorial Hospital; Dallas, Texas
2001 – 2003
John Peter Smith Hospital; Fort Worth, Texas
1998 – 2001
Wood County Hospital; Bowling Green, Ohio
1995 – 1998
Eisenhower Army Medical Center; Augusta – Fort Gordon, Georgia
Military Assignments and Education:
1997 – 1998
1997 – 1998
1995 – 1997
1993
1991 – 1992
ASSISTANT CHIEF AND CHIEF OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
Eisenhower Army Medical Center; Augusta – Fort Gordon, Georgia
FIRST YEAR GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION COORDINATOR
Eisenhower Army Medical Center; Augusta – Fort Gordon, Georgia
STAFF OPHTHALMOLOGIST
Eisenhower Army Medical Center; Fort Gordon, Georgia
MEDICAL OFFICER ADVANCE COURSE GRADUATE
Army Medical Department Center and School; San Antonio – Fort Sam Houston, Texas
BRIGADE SURGEON, 2nd Brigade, Second Infantry Division, U.S Army, South Korea
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