Consejo científico internacional

JORGE E. OSORIO, DVM, MS, PhD

Profesor Universidad de Wisconsin Madison

1656 Linden Drive Madison, WI 53706 (608) 438-9558 FAX: (608) 2627420 jorge.osorio@wisc.edu

DECLARACIÓN PERSONAL

Tengo una fuerte pasión por el estudio y control de las enfermedades infecciosas emergentes y el desarrollo de vacunas. Este trabajo consiste en el descubrimiento de antígenos, la optimización de la expresión, el desarrollo de modelos animales, y el estudio de la respuesta inmune. Considero que el trabajo de campo muy importante en el estudio de patógenos emergentes y la investigación de vacunas. Estos estudios permiten la pronta identificación y caracterización de cepas recién circulantes. En última instancia, permitirá realizar ensayos de vacuna para los ensayos clínicos en áreas endémicas emergentes. Mi trabajo en esta área se ha centrado en Colombia y otros países tropicales, donde algunos de estos patógenos son endémicas y / o mal caracterizados.

EXPERIENCIAS PROFESIONALES

2004 – Presente: Universidad de Wisconsin-Madison. Profesor Asociado de Inmunología y Enfermedades Infecciosas. Escuela de Medicina Veterinaria. Departamento de Ciencias biopatológicos. Programas de Investigación: Enfermedades emergents (Dengue, influenza, Chikungunya), Biodefensa (peste, poxvirus), Vacunas moleculares.

2013- 2015: TAKEDA Vacunas, Inc., Madison, WI. Vicepresidente de Asuntos Científicos. Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Ltd es la mayor compañía farmacéutica de Japón y Asia y una de las 15 principales compañías farmacéuticas.

2003-2013 Inviragen, Inc. Co-fundador. Director Científico.
Biotecnología de la empresa se centra en el desarrollo de vacunas innovadoras para enfermedades emergentes y armas biológicas. Específico a nuevos, cada vez más mercados en todo el mundo. Pipeline: fiebre del dengue, y de la mano de la fiebre aftosa Chikungunya, virus del Nilo Occidental, y la peste. Compañía adquirida por Takeda, mayo de 2013.

2000-2004: Chiron-PowderJect Vacunas, Middleton, WI.
La investigación y el desarrollo de la biotecnología empresa especializada en la creación de vacunas de ADN y de proteínas libres de agujas para el control de enfermedades infecciosas y la terapéutica, la alergia y la investigación del cáncer.

1998-2000: MERIAL, Athens, GA. Segunda empresa más grande de investigación y desarrollo de vacunas veterinarias. Líder de Proyectos Globales

1996-1998: HESKA CORPORATION, Ft. Collins, CO
Coordinador de Tecnologías de vectores virales

EDUCATION

1996: PhD, Universidad de Wisconsin. Veterinary Sciences. Department of Animal Health and Biomedical Sciences. Major Professor: Dr. Ann Palmenberg

1988: M.S., Universidad de Wisconsin. Veterinary Sciences. Department of Veterinary Sciences. Major Professor: Dr. Thomas Yuill.

1985: M.V. Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia.

PUBLICACIONES CIENTÍFICAS (DE MAS DE 70)

1. Weger-Lucarelli J, Aliota MT, Wlodarchak N, Kamlangdee A, Swanson R, Osorio JE Dissecting the role of E2 protein domains on alphavirus pathogenicity. J Virol. 2015 Dec 16. pii: JVI.02792-15. PMID: 26676771 2. Osorio JE, Wallace D, Stinchcomb DT. A recombinant, chimeric tetravalent dengue vaccine candidate based on a dengue virus serotype 2 backbone. Expert Rev Vaccines. 2015 Dec 4. PMID: 26635182 3. Caine EA, Fuchs J, Das SC, Partidos CD, Osorio JE. Efficacy of a Trivalent Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease Vaccine against Enterovirus 71 and Coxsackieviruses A16 and A6 in Mice. Viruses. 2015 Nov 17;7(11):5919-32. doi: 10.3390/v7112916. PMID: 26593938 4. Osorio JE, Partidos CD, Wallace D, Stinchcomb DT. Development of a recombinant, chimeric tetravalent dengue vaccine candidate. Vaccine. 2015 Dec 10;33(50):7112-20. PMID: 26585500

5. Falendysz EA, Lopera JG, Lorenzsonn F, Salzer JS, Hutson CL, Doty J, Gallardo-Romero N, Carroll DS, Osorio JE, Rocke TE Further Assessment of Monkeypox Virus Infection in Gambian Pouched Rats (Cricetomys gambianus) Using In Vivo Bioluminescent Imaging. PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 2015 Oct 30;9(10):e0004130. PMID: 26517839

6. Hutson CL, Nakazawa YJ, Self J, Olson VA, Regnery RL, Braden Z, Weiss S, Malekani J, Jackson E, Tate M, Karem KL, Rocke TE, Osorio JE, Damon IK, Carroll DS. Laboratory Investigations of African Pouched Rats (Cricetomys gambianus) as a Potential Reservoir Host Species for Monkeypox Virus. PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 2015 Oct 30;9(10):e0004013. PMID: 26517724 7. Weger-Lucarelli J, Aliota MT, Kamlangdee A, Osorio JE. Identifying the Role of E2 Domains on Alphavirus Neutralization and Protective Immune Responses. PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 2015 Oct 16;9(10):e0004163. PMID: 26473963

8. Rupp R, Luckasen GJ, Kirstein JL, Osorio JE, Santangelo JD, Raanan M, Smith MK, Wallace D, Gordon GS, Stinchcomb DT. Safety and immunogenicity of different doses and schedules of a live attenuated tetravalent dengue vaccine (TDV) in healthy adults: A Phase 1b randomized study. Vaccine. 2015 Nov 17;33(46):6351-9. PMID: 26384447

9. Lee JS, Mogasale V, Lim JK, Carabali M, Sirivichayakul C, Anh DD, Lee KS, Thiem VD, Limkittikul K, Tho le H, Velez ID, Osorio JE, Chanthavanich P, da Silva LJ, Maskery BA. Correction: A Multi-country Study of the Household Willingness-to-Pay for Dengue Vaccines: Household Surveys in Vietnam, Thailand, and Colombia. PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 2015 Sep 17;9(9):e0004070 PMID: 26378801 10. Kingstad-Bakke B, Kamlangdee A, Osorio JE. Mucosal administration of raccoonpox virus expressing highly pathogenic avian H5N1 influenza neuraminidase is highly protective against H5N1 and seasonal influenza virus challenge. Vaccine. 2015 Sep 22;33(39):5155-62. PMID: 26271828

N. EWEN WANG, M.D.

Stanford University School of Medicine
Stanford, Ca 94305
 ewen@stanford.edu

ACADEMIC HISTORY

College and Universities:

MD Stanford University School of Medicine 1988–1993
Medical Doctorate Degree
Stanford, CA

BA Harvard University 1983–1986
Honors Thesis, Magna Cum Laude: “Efficacy of Mass Health Campaigns in Rural China (1949–1980)”
Cambridge, MA

Academic and Administrative Appointments:

Professor 6/2015–present
Department of Emergency Medicine
Department of Pediatrics (by courtesy)
Stanford University School of Medicine

Associate Professor of Surgery 10/2010–6/2015
Associate Professor of Pediatrics (By courtesy)
Division of Emergency Medicine, Department of Surgery
Stanford University School of Medicine

Associate Director Pediatric Emergency Medicine 10/2002–present
Division of Emergency Medicine
Stanford University School of Medicine

Scholarships and Honors:

Johnson & Johnson (J & J) Physician Scholar in International Health 2011, 2013
West Kalimantan, Indonesia
$5,000 support for international medical work

Clinical Teaching Award 08/2005–12/2005
Stanford-Kaiser Emergency Medicine Residency Program

J & J Physician Scholar in International Health 04/2004
Santa Cruz, Bolivia
$5,000 support for international medical work

TEACHING

International/National/Stanford Courses:

Course Director 02/17-27/2015
Pediatric Trauma: Theory and Practice (Conducted in Spanish)
Talks, Discussions and Simulations
Laude in Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship
Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador

Course Director 05/2014

Advanced Pediatric Life Support (APLS) Course (Conducted in Spanish)
Three 1.5 day courses for 30 Ecuadorean Family Medicine Residents
Andean Health and Development/Saludesa
Santo Domingo, Ecuador

Course Director 2013–present
Advanced Pediatric Life Support (APLS),
American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) certified
APLS Advanced Pediatric CME Simulation Course
Stanford School of Medicine, Pediatric Emergency Medicine
(Course dates: 03/2013, 09/2013, 03/2014)

Course Director and Advisor 2006- 2007
AVAP Advanced Pediatric Life Support Class conducted in Spanish
CFHI, Puerto Escondido, Mexico
(4 * courses in 2006)

Stanford University Courses:

Course Co-Director 1/2016-present
Social and Environmental Determinants of Health
Stanford University Medical School

Course Co-Director 2014-present
Social Emergency Medicine Service Learning Course (Undergraduates)
Stanford University

Course Director 2006–2007
Population Health Thread of Practice of Medicine, Stanford Medical School

Course Director 2001–2009
Medical Experiences in Foreign Lands
Sophomore Seminar, Stanford University (every other year)

Course Director 2000–2003
International Health, Human Biology, Stanford University

Course Director 2000
International Medicine Lecture Series, Stanford Medical School

Stanford University Student-Initiated Courses – Faculty Advisor:
Health in India HB9 2005, 2007
Community Health HB11 2005, 2007, 2010
Health in Nepal 2004

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Manuscript Review (ad hoc):

Academic Emergency Medicine
BioMed Central (BMC) Pediatrics
Injury
JAMA Pediatrics
Journal of Adolescent Health
Journal of Pediatrics
New England Journal of Medicine
Pediatrics
PLOS One
Prehospital Emergency Care
Western Journal of Emergency Medicine
WHO Bulletin

Editorial Board:
Pediatric Emergency Medicine Reports 2015-present

Grant Review:
NIH, National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities R13 Conference Grant Review 2015
Child Health Research Institute (CHRI) Clinician Educator Research Grants, 2014-present
Stanford University
CHRI MD Training Support Awards, Stanford University 2013
NIH, Healthcare Delivery and Methodologies Integrated Review Group 2012
Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research 2009

PUBLICATIONS

Peer-reviewed articles – Original research: (Most recent 5/52 total)

1. Newgard C, Yang Z, Nishijima D, McConnell KJ, Trent S, Holmes JF, Mann NC, Hsia RY, Rea T, Wag NE, Staudenmayer K, Delgado MK. The Cost Effectiveness of Field Trauma Triage Among Injured Adults Served by Emergency Medical Services. Accepted to Journal of the American College of Surgeons. February 2016.

2. Shea KM, Ladd ER, Lipman GS, Bagley P, Pirrotta EA, Vongsachang H, Wang NE, Auerbach PS. The 6-Minute Walk Test as a Predictor of Summit Success on Mount McKinley. Wilderness Environ

Medicine. 2015 Dec 19. pii: S1080-6032(15)00343-9. doi: 10.1016/j.wem.2015.10.004. [Epub ahead of print] *Participated in analysis and interpretation of data, drafting and critical revision of manuscript.

3. Staudenmayer K, Wang NE, Weiser TG, Maggio P, Mackersie RC, Spain D, Hsia RY. The Triage of Injured Patients: Mechanism of Injury, Regardless of Injury Severity, Determines Final Hospital Destination. Accepted to American Surgeon July 2015. *Participated in analysis and interpretation of data, drafting and critical revision of manuscript.

4. Anoshiravani A, Saynina O, Chamgerlain LJ, Goldstein BA, Huffman LC, Wang NE, Wise PH. Mental Illness Drives Hospitalizations for Detained California Youth: A Total Population Study. Journal of Adolescent Health. 2015 Nov;57(5):455-61. doi: 10.1016/j.jadohealth.2015.05.006. Epub 2015 Jul 21. *Participated in analysis and interpretation of data, drafting and critical revision of manuscript.

5. Kanak M, Rutman L, Pirrotta E. Giammona M, Bermudez M, Wang NE. Emergency Department-Based Health Insurance Enrollment for Children: Does Linkage Lead to Insurance Retention and Utilization? Pediatric Emergency Care 2015;Jan 26. January 2015. Doi 10.1097/PEC.0000000000000340. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 6456644. *Participated in analysis and interpretation of data, drafting and critical revision of manuscript.

Peer-reviewed articles- Case Reports: (5/9 total)

1. Natawidjaja R, Wang E. Nonsurgical treatment of two cases of infantile hemangiomas in a resource-poor setting. Accepted to Wilderness and Environmental Medicine July 2014.

2. Natawidjaja R, Wang E. Treatment of Complex Infantile Hemangioma in a Resource-Poor Setting. BMJ Case Reports. Published online July 2014 (http://casereports.bmj.com). doi:10.1136/bcr-2014-205330.

3. Wangmo KP, Teng M, Henker R, Kinnear S, Tshering J, Wang NE. Survival of a patient with tetanus in Bhutan using a magnesium infusion managed only by clinical signs. Wilderness Medicine 2014;25(2):194-7. PMID: 24792133.

4. Bunawan NC, Rastegar A, White KP, Wang NE. Djenkolism: A Case Report and Literature Review. International Case Reports Journal. 2014:7 79-84. PMID: 24790471.

5. Anand N, Chan C, Wang NE. Cerebral venous thrombosis, a case-based review. J Emerg Med 2009;36(2) 399-411. PMID: 17976768.

Peer-reviewed articles- Clinical Reviews: (5/36 total)

1. Pamula A, Hwang CE, Wang NE. Diagnosis and Management of Pediatric Concussions in the ED. Pediatric Emergency Medicine Reports. 2015:21(2);13-24.

2. Tsiu MO, Norris RL, Wang NE. ED Evaluation and Management of Mammalian Bites, and Snake and Spider Envenomations. Pediatric Emergency Medicine Reports. 2015:20(12);137-148.

3. Lu T, Wang NE. Pediatric Hematologic Emergencies. Pediatric Emergency Medicine Reports. 2015:20(11);121-135.

4. Lindquist B, Wang NE. Diagnosis and Treatment of Skin and Soft Tissue Infections in the Pediatric Emergency Department. Pediatric Emergency Medicine Reports. 2015:20(7);69-80.

5. Migliaccio D, Imler D, Wang NE. Bronchiolitis. Pediatric Emergency Medicine Reports. 2015:20(5);45-56.

Books: (1)

1. Amieva-Wang NE, Shandro J, Sohoni A, Fassl B editors. A Practical Guide to Pediatric Emergency Medicine: Caring for Children in the Emergency Department. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2011. ISBN 9780521700085

Book Chapters: (5/26 total)

1. Hwang C, Sims L, Wang NE. Common Overuse Injuries of the Pediatric Lower Extremity. In: Dietrich A, Ed. Pediatric Trauma Care II. Atlanta, GA: AHA Media;2014:37-47. (electronic)

2. Baz B, Wang NE. Physical abuse of children: identification, evaluation and management in the ED setting. In: Dietrich A, ed. Pediatric Trauma Care. Atlanta, GA: AHC Media; 2012:95-109. (electronic)

3. Gharahbaghian L, Schroeder B, Mittendorff R, Wang NE. Pediatric traumatic brain injury: epidemiology, pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment. In: Pediatric Trauma Care. Atlanta, GA: AHC Media; 2012:27-38. (electronic)

4. Lippert, S, Wang NE. “Pediatric Genitourinary and Renal Disorder.” In: Adams J et al. eds. Adam’s Emergency Medicine. 2nd edition. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Saunders-Elsevier; 2012:167-176.

5. Amieva-Wang NE. “Airway Breathing and Ventilation.” In: Amieva-Wang NE, Shandro J, Sohoni A, Fassl B, eds. Practical Guide of Pediatric Emergency Medicine: Caring for children in the Emergency Department. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press; 2011:2-12.

Abstracts: (Most recent 5/69 total)

1. Goodrich D, Wang NE. Chest Pain, Worse with Meals, Not Your Typical GERD. Accepted for poster presentation at American Academy Emergency Medicine (AAEM) annual meeting , Las Vegas, NV Feb 2016.

2. Noll A, Irwin J, Madill M, Pirrotta E, Newberry J, Wang NE. Utilizing Emergency Department-based Community Partnerships to Address Social Determinants of Health. Poster presentation at the Stanford Community Health Research Forum January 20015.

3. Nguyen H , Newton C, Pirrotta EA, Aguilar C, Wang NE. Disparities In Access To Rehabilitation Services Among Pediatric Trauma Patients. Poster presentation at American Association of Surgeons of Trauma annual meeting, Las Vegas, NV Sept. 2015.

4. Hakim IS, Newton C, Pirrotta EA, Wang NE. A Population-wide Assessment of Factors Associated with Non-operative Management of Pediatric Splenic Injury. Poster presentation at American Association of Surgeons of Trauma annual meeting, Las Vegas, NV Sept. 2015.

5. Newgard CD, Yang Z, Nishijima D, McConnell KJ, Trent S, Holmes JF, Daya M, Mann NC, Hsia R, Rea T, Wang NE, Delgado MK. The Cost Effectiveness of Field Trauma Triage Among Injured Adults Served by Emergency Medical Services. Oral presentation at Society for National Society of Emergency Medicine annual meeting, San Diego, CA May 2015.

INTERNATIONAL AND VOLUNTEER WORK

Physician Volunteer:

Yale/Stanford Johnson and Johnson Program: 2004,2011-Present

Alam Sehat Lestari Clinic Sukadana, Indonesia, Santa Cruz, Bolivia

Health Volunteers Overseas (HVO): 2011-Present

Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital, Thimphu, Bhutan; Alam Sehat Lestari Clinic Sukadana, Indonesia

A Hole in the Wall Gang Camp / Camp for Children with Serious Illness: 2003-Present

Barretstown Ireland, Camp Korey, Painted Turtle Camp

Pacific Free Clinic 2002-2007

Doctors for Global Health, Hospital San Carlos, Altamirano, Chiapas, Mexico 2000-Present

REI Cuba 2007

San Lucas Toliman, Guatemala 2006

Doctors of the World: Human Rights Clinic 2001-2006

Arbor Free Clinic, Stanford, California 1996-1999

Los Médicos Voladores (The Flying Doctors), Baja, Mexico 1993-1997

Maya Mountains Archaeological Project (MMAP), Belize 1996

Mobile Medical Team for Stadium events, Stanford Stadium 1993-1994

Remote Area Medical Volunteers, Guatemala 1993,1994

Cynthie K. Anderson, MD, MPH, FACOG
UW Health Arboretum Obstetrics & Gynecology
ckanderson@wisc.edu

Education

M.P.H., Department of Population Health Sciences 2009-2012
UW School of Medicine and Public Health, Madison, WI

Resident, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology 2003-2007
UW School of Medicine and Public Health, Madison, WI

M.D., Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine 1996-2002
Baltimore, MD

Peace Corps Fellow, Education, University of Southern 1995
Mississippi, Gulfport, MS

B.S., Psychology (Conferred with Distinction) 1986-1990
University of Wisconsin, Madison

Current Position

Medical Director, UW Health Arboretum Obstetrics & Gynecology 2011-present
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, UWSMPH

Professional Experience, Hospital Appointments

Attending Physician, University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics 2007-present
Attending Physician, Meriter Hospital, Madison WI 2007-present
Attending Physician, St. Mary’s Hospital, Madison, WI 2007-present
Generalist OB/Gyn, UW Health East Towne Clinic, Madison, WI 2007-2011

Academic Appointments

Assistant Professor (CHS), Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology 2012-present
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Affiliate, Department of Population Health Sciences 2012-present
University of Wisconsin, Madison

Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology 2007-2012
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Other Positions and Employment

President, American Medical Student Association 1997-1998
Johns Hopkins Chapter

Co-President, Medical Students for Choice 1997-1998
Johns Hopkins Chapter

Global Health Work Study Program, El Salvador 1997
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD

Advanced Placement Biology and Chemistry Instructor 1995
Peace Corps Rural Fellows Program, Coast Episcopal High School
Pass Christian, MS

United States Peace Corps Volunteer-Kenya 1991-1993
Mukangu and Ramisi Secondary Schools, Karatina and Msambweni

Specialty Certification

Diplomate, American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology 2009

Licensure

Wisconsin (Active) 2004-present

Professional Memberships

Fellow, American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists 2011-present
Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics 2011-present
The Obesity Society 2012-present
American Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology 2010-present
Wisconsin Association for Perinatal Care 2010-present
American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists 2009-present
American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine 2006-2012

Professional Development Activities

UW Health Physician Leadership Development Program (PLDP) 2014-2015

ASCCP Comprehensive Colposcopy Course Completion July, 2014

ASCCP Advanced Vulvovaginal Disease Course Completion April, 2014

Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) July, 2010
Early Career Women Faculty Professional Development Seminar
Washington, DC (Competitively funded through UWSMPH)

District VI Sponsored Attendee, ACOG Congressional 2009
Leadership Conference, Washington, DC

Resident Reporter, Society of Maternal-Fetal 2007
Medicine National Meeting, San Francisco, CA

Resident Reporter, American Society of Reproductive 2005
Medicine National Meeting, Montreal, Canada

Honors and Awards

Annual Poster Award for Excellence in Science, The Obesity Society November, 2014
(TOS) National Meeting mHealth/eHealth Section, Boston, MA

Poster Award for Excellence, Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers September, 2013
In Women’s Health (BIRCWH) Lecture and Symposium, Madison,WI

WIPOD Symposia Poster Award of Excellence, 4th Annual UW Obesity May, 2012
Prevention Research Symposium: Linking Research, Community
Action and Policy to Prevent Obesity, Madison, WI

Faculty Development Grant Awardee, UWSMPH January, 2012
Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics (APGO)
Faculty Development Seminar, Manalapan, FL

Excellence in Research Award June, 2007
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, UWSMPH

Berlex Laboratories Best Teaching Resident, UWSMPH 2005

Outstanding Resident Teaching Award, UWSMPH 2005

Watt-Hansell Merit Scholarship 2001
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Dean’s List, University of Minnesota 1994-1995
Minneapolis-Saint Paul, MN

Alpha Epsilon Delta Honor Society 1995
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis-Saint Paul, MN

B.S. Conferred with Distinction, Department of Psychology 1990
University of Wisconsin, Madison

Dean’s List, University of Wisconsin, Madison 1987-1989

Wisconsin Public Service Foundation Academic Scholarship 1986-1990
University of Wisconsin, Madison (four year annual renewal)

Committee Assignments and Administrative Services

ACOG Representative, Wisconsin Perinatal Quality Collaborative (WisPQC) 2015-present

Physician Lead, Long-Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC) Endeavour 2015-present

Working Group, UW Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology

Member, Hypertension and Perinatal Obesity Statewide Work Groups 2015-present

Wisconsin Association of Perinatal Care

Advisory Group, University of Wisconsin-Madison Global Health Institute 2014-present

Member Elect, University of Wisconsin Hospital Medical Board 2013-2015

2015 Annual Conference Planning Committee, Wisconsin Association 2014-2015

For Perinatal Care (WAPC)

Co-Chair, Prenatal–One Working (POWR) Group 2012-2015

Alliance for a Healthy South Madison, Madison, WI

Co-Chair, OB Use Case Work Group, UW Electronic Health 2012-2015

Record-Public Health Information Exchange Project

(UW eHealth PHINEX), UWSMPH

Work Group Member, Preventive Healthcare: Pediatric, Adult, Primary Care 2015

Clinical Practice Guideline: Prenatal Care. UWSOMPH.

Planning Committee, Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation 2012

Annual Community Dialogue, Madison, WI

GME Global Health Task Force, UWSMPH 2011-present

Project Lead, OB/Gyn Ethiopia Initiative, UWSMPH 2011-present

Faculty Coordinator, UW OB/Gyn Global Health Task Force 2011-present

Research and Development Committee, UW Dept. of OB/Gyn 2008-present

Faculty Development Committee, UW Dept. of OB/Gyn 2008-present

Educational Activities

Didactic Teaching

Instructor, Leadership in Medicine and Public Health 2012-present

(PHS 650-065) 1.5-h session weekly for five weeks, UWSMPH

Instructor, Principles of Population Medicine and Epidemiology 2012-present

(PHS 810-717) 1-3 h session weekly for nine weeks, UWSMPH

Examiner, Third Year Medical Student Year End Professional Skills 2010-present

Assessment (YEPSA), 4-h session twice yearly, UWSMPH

Small Group Instructor, Second Year Medical Student Endocrine 2010-present

Reproductive Health Sciences, 2-h session bi-weekly for 4 weeks

UWSMPH

Instructor, Women & Infants Simulation and Education Lab 2009-present

“Simulation for Open Hysterectomy” 2-h session annually

Examiner, Women & Infants Simulation and Education Lab 2009-present

“Skills Testing in Laparoscopy I & II” 2-h session annually

Preop Conference & Didactics, Meriter Inpatient Gynecology 2007-present

Teaching Service .5-h session six sessions annually

Clinical Teaching

Visiting Faculty, Hawassa University School of Medicine, Hawassa, Ethiopia 2014, 2015

Visiting Faculty, St. Paul’s Millennium Medical College, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 2013

Third Year Medical Student OB/Gyn Sub-internship Preceptor, UWSMPH July, 2012

4-h session four times weekly for four weeks

First and Second Year Medical Student Ob/Gyn Basic Clerkship 2011-present

Preceptor, Outpatient Clinic, 4-h session, 5-8 sessions annually

Ob/Gyn PGY1-4 Resident Clinical Instructor, Resident Continuity Clinic 2011-present

4-h session 4-5 sessions weekly

First and Second Year Medical Student Ob/Gyn Basic Clerkship 2011-present

Preceptor, Labor and Delivery Ward, 24-h session, 12 sessions annually

Family Medicine PGY1-3 Resident Clinical Instructor, Saint Mary’s 2007-present

Hospital Birth Suites, 24-h session 12 sessions annually

Ob/Gyn PGY2-3 Resident Clinical Instructor, Saint Mary’s Hospital 2007-present

Inpatient High Risk OB, 12-h session 12 sessions annually

Ob/Gyn PGY1-2 Resident Clinical Instructor, Meriter Hospital Birthing 2007-present

Center, 12-h session 12 sessions annually

Mentored Teaching and Advising

Postdoctorate:

Sheryl L. Coley, DPH, Postdoctoral Research Scholar, Center for Women’s Health and Health Disparities Research, University of WI Madison. “Patient and Provider Perceptions of Traditional versus Group Prenatal Care.” Current.

Doctoral:

Laura Kwitek, MSN, PhD, Thomas Jefferson University. Research Advisor and Doctoral Thesis Committee Member. “Pregnant and Postpartum Women’s Perceptions Surrounding Weight Gain in Pregnancy in Dane County, WI.” Successfully defended September, 2014.

Masters:

Leah Phillipi, MPH candidate, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Research Advisor and Capstone Committee Member. “Family Planning Preferences of Women in the Toledo District of Southern Belize.” Successfully defended September, 2015.

Residents:

Ashley Turner, MD, UW Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, “Immediate Postpartum LARC in an Inpatient Birthing Center: Assessment of Outcomes and Patient Satisfaction.” Current.

Jennifer Karnowski, MD, UW Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, “Family Planning Quality Improvement Assessment at St. Paul Millennium Hospital.” St. Paul’s Hospital Millennium Medical College, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, presented at Resident Research Day, 2014.

Clinical Advising, PGY2-4 OB/Gyn Resident Clinic, UW Health Arboretum Obstetrics & Gynecology, UWSMPH, 2012-present.

Stephanie Bjork,MD, UW Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology,“Association between workplace burnout and sexual function among UW Health residents and fellows.” UW School of Medicine and Public Health, presented at Resident Research Day, 2012.

Jill Steinle, MD, UW Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, “Breastfeeding support and practices among U.S. OB/GYN residents.” UW School of Medicine and Public Health, 2011.

Clinical Advising, PGY2-4 OB/Gyn Resident Continuity Clinic Meriter Hospital, UW School of

Medicine and Public Health, 2009-2011.

Medical Students:

Katie Gelinas, UWSMPH M1. “Baseline perinatal data prior to implementation of CenteringPregnancy.” Research mentor, 2014 Shapiro Summer Research Scholar.

Getnet Yilak, Addis Ababa University Medical Student Mentored Research Program, “Impact of culture and medical misconception on neonatal and maternal mortality.” Research mentor, completed.

Undergraduate:

Miguel Garcia, UW Parkside. “Prenatal Practices Prior to Implementing CenteringPregnancy: A Mixed Methods Approach.” Research Mentor, UWSMPH Rural and Urban Scholars in Community Health (RUSCH) Summer Program, 2014.

Educational Programs and Curriculum Development

Co-Author, Interdisciplinary Global Health Resident Track Curriculum 2013

UW School of Medicine and Public Health

Author, Interdisciplinary Global Health Obstetrical Simulation Module 2013

UW School of Medicine and Public Health

Introduction of PGY4 ASCCP Online Colposcopy Examination to 2012

Clinic Chief Rotation. Department of OB/Gyn, UWSMPH

Implementation of a PGY4 Resident Learning Portfolio : Reflective Learning, 2012

APGO Modules, and Mini-QI Project. Department of OB/Gyn, UWSMPH

Lecture Series Coordinator, OB/Gyn Residency “Primary & Preventive 2011-present

Care Lecture Series,” UWSMPH. 1-h session six times annually

Care Conference Coordinator, OB/Gyn Resident Continuity Clinic, UWSPH 2011-present

1-h session weekly

Course Development & Workshop Moderator, OB/Gyn Translational September, 2011

Research Retreat, Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, Madison, WI

Grants and Contract Awards

Current

PI (15% effort). “System Strengthening and Human Capacity Building to Scale Up Long-Acting Reversible Contraception in Southern Ethiopia. Global Health Institute – University of Wisconsin Madison: Seed Grant. $75,000. 02/01/2015 – 06/30/2016.

PI (10% effort). “Implementing a Centering Pregnancy Program: Phase 3.” March of Dimes – Wisconsin Chapter. $5,600. 2015-2016.

Academic Partner. Wisconsin Association for Perinatal Care. Mobilization for Health: National Prevention Partnership Awards (NPPA) Program, Department of Health & Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health. “Title” (Approved, funding deferred Sept 2, 2014)

Completed

Academic Partner (10% Effort). YMCA of Dane County & Alliance for a Healthy South Madison. “Promoting Healthy Weight Before, During, and After Pregnancy: Focus on the South Madison Redevelopment District.“ Wisconsin Partnership Program Community-Academic Partnership Development Fund, $50,000. 2012-2014.

PI (10% effort). “Implementing a Centering Pregnancy Program: Phase 2.” March of Dimes – Wisconsin Chapter. $12,000. 2014-2015.

PI (10% effort). “Implementing the Centering Pregnancy model of group prenatal care for Wisconsin’s pregnant women.” Wingra Family Medicine & Access Community Health Centers,

Arboretum Integrative Medicine, UW Health Arboretum OB/Gyn. March of Dimes – Wisconsin Chapter. $23,504. 2013-2014

PI (10% effort). “Prevention of Excess Gestational Weight Gain among Women Receiving Prenatal Care through UW Health Clinics.” UWMF Ambulatory Care Innovation Grant Program, $18,349. 2011-2012

Editorial Activities

Editorial Board, Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease 2012-present

American Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology

Ad Hoc Reviewer, Childhood Obesity 2014-present

Ad Hoc Reviewer, BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2013-present

Ad Hoc Reviewer, Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease 2009-present

American Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology

Expert Review Panel, UW Madison Global Health Institute Grants 2015

Expert Reviewer, UW Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational 2015

Research Grants

Expert Review Panel, Laboratory Testing in Pregnancy 2013-2014

Wisconsin Association for Perinatal Care

Expert Review Panel Member, Lifecourse Initiative for Healthy Families (LIHF) Nov 2013

Collaborative Implementation Grants, Wisconsin Partnership Program

Expert Reviewer, 2013 Community Academic Partnership Fund (CAPF), Oct 2013

Wisconsin Partnership Program

Abstract Reviewer, The Obesity Society (TOS) Annual Meeting 2012

Publications

Anderson CK, Welch TJ, Lindberg SM, Smith AM, Lindheim SR, Wigham LD. Excess gestational weight gain in low-income overweight and obese women: a qualitative study. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior. 2015 Sep-Oct; 47(5):404-11.e1. doi: 10.1016/j.jneg.2015.05.011. Epub 2015 Jul 15.

Lindberg SM, Anderson CK. Improving gestational weight gain counseling through meaningful use of an electronic health record. Matern Child Health J. 2014 Nov;18(9):2188-94. doi: 10.1007/s10995-014-1467-2.

Lindberg SM, Anderson CK. Building a community-academic partnership to promote healthy weight in Wisconsin women. Journal of Women’s Health 10/2014; 23(10):864-864.

Anderson CK. Hypertension in Pregnancy. In Laboratory Testing During Pregnancy 5th Edition: Recommendations of the Prenatal Testing Committee 2013.

Anderson CK. Bacteruria. In Laboratory Testing During Pregnancy 4th Edition: Recommendations of the Prenatal Testing Committee 2011:12-13.

Lindberg SM, Anderson CK. Effect of a best practice alert on gestational weight gain, health services, and pregnancy outcomes. Maternal and Child Health Journal 2015, accepted pending revision.

Lindberg SM, Anderson CK, Pallai P, Tandias A, Raj R, Arndt B, Hanrahan LP. Prevalence and predictors of insufficient and excessive gestational weight gain: Evidence from the University of Wisconsin eHealth – Public Health Information Exchange. Annals of Family Medicine submitted, under review.

Phillippi L, Anderson CK, et al. A needs assessment of family planning preferences among women in the Toledo District of Southern Belize. 2015. In preparation.

Kwitek L, Lindberg SM, Anderson CK. Engaging patients in health promotion during pregnancy: Pregnant and postpartum women’s awareness, knowledge, and perceptions regarding risks and consequences of excess gestational weight gain. In preparation.

Anderson CK, Bjork S. Workplace burnout and sexual dysfunction among residents and fellows: a single institution survey. In preparation.

Anderson CK, Lindberg SM, Eglash A. Breastfeeding practices and lactation support among U.S. OB/Gyn residents. In preparation.

Abstracts and Presentations

Oral Presentations

School of Medicine and Public Health

Panelist, Global Surgery Symposium. UW School of Medicine and Public January, 2016

Health, Madison, WI.

Panelist, Medical Student OB/Gyn Interest Group, UW Madison January, 2016

Global Health Multi-Disciplinary Resident Track, Global Health Morning October, 2015

Report, “The Partograph in Low-Resource Settings,” and Global Health

Simulation: Female Genital Cutting.

Global Health Multi-Disciplinary Resident Track, 3-h interactive workshop, October, 2013

“Introduction to Global Maternal, Child, & Adult Health Data Sets;” and

1.5-h interactive workshop, “Millennium Development Goals – Beyond

2015,” UWSMPH.

HealthCare Quality Improvement and Evaluation for Vulnerable August, 2013

Populations (PHS 650:052) 1-h lecture, “Mini-University: OB/GYN

Best Practices,” UWSMPH.

Thursday University, OB/Gyn Resident Lecture Series, UWSMPH. April, 2013

“Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding: The New FIGO Classification System”

Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Global Health and Disease March, 2013

(PHS 810-644) 1-h lecture, “Global Reproductive Health,” UWSMPH.

Interdisciplinary Resident & Fellow Global Health Track, January, 2013

1-h lecture, “Global Maternal Mortality,” UWSMPH

Panelist, OB/Gyn Medical Student Interest Group, UWSMPH 2011

Local

Lecture, Wisconsin Network for Health Research (WiNHR) Advisory January, 2013

Committee, Madison, WI. “Promoting Gestational Weight Gain

Counseling: A Quality Improvement Initiative.”

Lecture, Family Medicine Obstetrics Working Group, Department October, 2012

of Family Medicine, UWSMPH. “Obesity in Pregnancy”

Grand Rounds, UW Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology March, 2012

“Prevention of Excess Gestational Weight Gain: A UW Health

Quality Improvement Initiative”

Lecture, OB/Gyn Biostatistics CREOG Review, UWSMPH, 1-h session 2009, 2010

Grand Rounds, UW Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology August, 2006

“Use of Doppler in Obstetrical Ultrasound”

Regional

Podium Presentation, WAPC Perinatal Symposium, Minocqua, WI. July, 2015

“Gestational Hypertension.”

Podium Presentation, Global Health Symposium 2015: Advancing April, 2015

Health in an Interconnected World, Madison, WI. “Promoting Long-

Acting Reversible Contraception: UW Madison/Hawassa University

OB/Gyn Partnership.” Madison, WI.

Podium Presentation, Wisconsin Association for Perinatal Care Statewide April, 2015

Meeting. “Hypertension in Pregnancy: What’s New?” Appleton, WI.

Panelist, Great Debate. Wisconsin Association for Perinatal Care Statewide April, 2015

Meeting. “Obstetric care providers should support public policies that control

the dietary habits of pregnant women.” Appleton, WI.

Podium Presentation, 6th Annual Innovations in Women’s Health November, 2014

Interprofessional Conference, Madison, WI. “CenteringPregnancy®:

Evidence-Based Model of Group Prenatal Care.”

Podium Presentation, Obesity Management for Pediatric Patients February, 2014

Symposium, Madison, WI. “Obesity and Prenatal Risk Factors.”

Podium Presentation, Wisconsin Association for Perinatal Care (WAPC) April, 2013

Annual Statewide Perinatal Conference, Waukesha, WI. “Promoting

Gestational Weight Gain Counseling using an Electronic Medical Record

“Best Practice Alert.’”

Panelist, Wisconsin Association for Perinatal Care (WAPC) Annual April, 2013

Statewide Perinatal Conference, Waukesha, WI. “OB Rapid Fire:

Obesity in Pregnancy.”

Debate Panelist, 2013 WAPC Annual Conference Great Debate, April 2013

Wisconsin Family Planning Symposium, Wisconsin Dells, WI.

Podium Presentation, Wisconsin Family Planning Symposium, April, 2013

Wisconsin Dells, WI. Hot Topic Series: “Obesity in Pregnancy:

Implications and Opportunities”

Dane County YMCA Healthy Living Summit, Madison, WI March, 2013

“Promoting Healthy Weight for Wisconsin’s Women Before, During,

and After Pregnancy.”

Podium Presentation, 4th Annual Innovations in Women’s Health November, 2012

Conference, Madison, WI. “Obesity in Pregnancy”

Podium Presentation, 8th Annual Global Health Symposium: Current March, 2012

Successes, Future Prospects. UW Global Health Institute, Madison, WI.

“Ethiopia Collaborative OB/GYN Training: Capacity Building to

Reduce Maternal and Perinatal Mortality”

National/International

SUGAR Rush: How an Open-Source Curriculum led to Crowd-Sourced 2016

Spin-Offs. APPD, New Orleans, LA. Accepted

Grand Rounds, St. Paul’s Millennium Medical College, Addis Ababa, May, 2013

Ethiopia. “Family Planning as a Life-Saving Public Health Intervention.”

Morning Report, St. Paul’s Hospital Millennium Medical College, Addis May, 2013

Ababa, Ethiopia. “Recurrent Pregnancy Loss.”

Workshop, St. Paul’s Millennium Medical College, Addis Ababa, August, 2012

Ethiopia. “Communication in Medicine.”

Workshop, St. Paul’s Millennium Medical College, Addis Ababa, August, 2012

Ethiopia. “Use of Low-Tech Simulation: Open Hysterectomy”

Lecture, 12th Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, January, 2012

San Diego, CA. “Use of Low-Tech Simulation: Benefits Beyond the

Cost Savings”

Posters and Abstracts

“Disparities in Patient-Reported Barriers to Healthy Diet and Physical November, 2015

Activity in Pregnancy.” The Obesity Society National Meeting, Los

Angeles, CA.

“Pregnant and Postpartum Women’s Knowledge and Healthcare November, 2015

Experiences Regarding Gestational Weight Gain.” The Obesity Society

National Meeting, Los Angeles, CA.

“Two Sides to Every Birth Story: Comparing Mother and Provider October, 2015

Perspectives of “Quality Prenatal Care” in Dane County.” Women’s Health

Health Equity Research Lecture and Symposium, UWSMPH

“Evaluation of Baseline Birth Outcomes Prior to Implementation November, 2014

Of CenteringPregnancy at Two UW Health Residency Clinics.”

13th Annual Medical Student Research Forum – Transforming Curiosity

Into Inquiry, UW School of Medicine and Public Health, Madison, WI.

“Downstream Effects of a Meaningful Use Initiative to Improve November, 2014

Gestational Weight Gain Counseling: Effect on Gestational Weight Gain

and Early Diabetes Screening.” The Obesity Society National Meeting,

Boston, MA.

“Physician Perceived Barriers to Effective Gestational Weight Gain November, 2014

Counseling In Low-Income Overweight and Obese Women.”

TOS National Meeting, Boston, MA. Inclusion: Diversity Poster Tour.

“Building a Community-Academic Partnership to Promote Healthy September, 2014

Weight for Wisconsin Women.” Women’s Health and Health

Equity Lecture and Research Symposium, Madison, WI.

“Pregnant and Postpartum Women’s Perceptions Surrounding Weight September, 2014

Gain in Pregnancy in Dane County, WI.” Women’s Health and Health

Equity Lecture and Research Symposium, Madison, WI.

“Growing the Circle of Group Prenatal Care in Wisconsin.” National October, 2013

Centering Conference: Transforming Care through Disruptive Design,

Washington, DC.

“Prevalence and Predictors of Inadequate, Adequate, and Excess September, 2013

Gestational Weight Gain: Evidence from the University of Wisconsin

Electronic Health Record – Public Health Information Exchange.”

Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women’s Health (BIRCWH)

Symposium, UW School of Medicine and Public Health.

“Improving Gestational Weight Gain Counseling through Meaningful September, 2013

Use of an Electronic Medical Record.” Building Interdisciplinary Research

Careers in Women’s Health (BIRCWH) Symposium, UW School of

Medicine and Public Health.

“Breastfeeding Practices and Lactation Support among U.S. OBGYN September, 2013

Residents.” Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women’s

Health (BIRCWH) Symposium, UW School of Medicine and Public Health.

“Workplace Burnout and Sexual Dysfunction among Medical Residents September, 2013

and Fellows.” Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women’s

Health (BIRCWH) Symposium, UW School of Medicine and Public Health.

“Improving Gestational Weight Gain Counseling through Meaningful Use May, 2013

of an Electronic Health Record.” International Association for the Study of

Obesity (IASO) & The Obesity Society (TOS), Hot Topic Conference –

Obesity in Pregnancy.

“Prevention of Maternal Obesity and Excess Gestational Weight Gain” May, 2012

Wisconsin Public Health Association Conference, Wisconsin Dells, WI.

“Current State of Gestational Weight Gain Counseling in UW Health Clinics” May, 2012

Wisconsin Prevention of Obesity & Diabetes (WiPOD) Annual

Meeting, Madison, WI.

“Improving Gestational Weight Gain Counseling through Technology June, 2012

Innovation.” Obstetrics & Gynecology Mini-Residency: Advanced Technology,

Advanced Care, Monona Terrace, Madison, WI.

“Ethiopia Collaborative Training in OB/GYN.” 10th Annual Department March, 2012

of Population Health Sciences Welcome Day Poster Session, UW

School of Medicine and Public Health, Madison, WI.

“Excess Gestational Weight Gain.” Wisconsin Prevention of Obesity June, 2011

& Diabetes (WiPOD) and Wisconsin Partnership for Activity and Nutrition

(WI PAN) Joint Meeting, Madison, WI.

Other Research Experience

MPH Capstone Project, Department of Population Health Sciences 2011-2012

UWSMPH, “OB/Gyn Capacity Building in Ethiopia: An Educational

Partnership with St. Paul’s Millennium Medical College”

Resident Researcher, Perinatology Division 2006-2007

Department of OB/Gyn, University of Wisconsin, Madison

“Uterine Artery Shear Stress and Blood Flow in

Normotensive and Preeclampti

Research Assistant, Emergency Department 1996-1997

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD “Apolipoprotein E

alleles in an inner-city emergency department population”

Research Assistant, Department of Chemistry 1994

University of Minnesota, “Platinum-platinum and platinum

-palladium double salts for spectroscopic monitoring of organic vapors”

Research Interviewer, Department of Epidemiology 1994

University of Minnesota School of Public Health

“Familial breast cancer and aging”

Research Assistant, University of Wisconsin, Madison 1989-1990

Department of Psychology

“Self-handicapping behaviors in male

and female college students”

DAVID P. GAUS, MD, MPH, TM
Andean Health and Develoment, Estados Unidos
dgaus@andeanhealth.org

EDUCATION Undergraduate

1986-1988 Post-baccalaureate premedical No degree conferred
University of Notre Dame South Bend, Indiana

1984 B.A. Accounting University of Notre Dame
South Bend, Indiana

Graduate/Medical School

1992 M.D.?Tulane Medical School
New Orleans, Louisiana

Residency

1992-1995 Residency?Department of Family Medicine
University of Wisconsin St. Lukes Hospital Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Post-Graduate

1992 M.P.H. and T.M.?Tulane School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine
New Orleans, Louisiana

CERTIFICATION and LICENSURE?Specialty/Subspecialty Certification ACLS, ALSO, NALS

Medical or Other Professional Licensure Wisconsin, #34511

PRESENT APPOINTMENT/POSITIONS

2006-present
Clinical Associate Professor Department of Family Medicine University of Wisconsin Medical School Madison, Wisconsin

2000-present
Founding President Hospital Pedro Vicente Maldonado Ecuador

1997-present
Founding President Salud y Desarrollo Andino Ecuador

1994-present
Founding Executive Director Andean Health and Development Madison, Wisconsin

2008-present
Founding Co-Director?Family Medicine Residency Catholic University of Ecuador Hospital Pedro Vicente Maldonado, Ecuador

PAST APPOINTMENT/POSITIONS

2009
Temporary Advisor World Health Organization
Role of District Hospitals in Primary Healthcare Renewal Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

2000-2003
Adjunct Professor?Universidad de San Francisco de Quito Quito, Ecuador

2000
Health Consultant World Bank Ecuador

1998-2001
Adjunct Professor?Department of Tropical Medicine Tulane University?New Orleans, Louisiana

1995-2005
Clinical Associate Professor?Department of Family Medicine?University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health Madison, Wisconsin

1994-2005
Emergency Department Staff Physician St. Lukes Hospital?Milwaukee, Wisconsin

1995-1997
Overnight House Officer St. Francis Hospital Milwaukee, Wisconsin

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS

1995present
American Academy of Family Practice

1992-1995
American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene

2004-2005
National Advisor, ALSO Course, Ecuador

HONORS and AWARDS

2010 Schwab Foundation Social Entrepreneur of the Year, Latin America

2009 Social Entrepreneur of the Year University of Notre Dame School of Business?

1999 Spirit of Ignatius Award, Marquette University High School

1999 Thomas Dooley Award, University of Notre Dame?

1995 Faculty Excellence Award, University of Wisconsin Dept. of Family Medicine, St. Lukes Residency Program?

1992 Capovitz Medical Award for outstanding senior student in the discipline of General Internal Medicine, Tulane Medical School?

1991 Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society Tulane Medical School

Major Past Awards

Bristol- Myers Academic Scholarship Tulane University School of Medicine Date of Award: 1988-92?Amount of Award: $100,000
Merit Scholarship to study Medicine Role: Study medicine for 4 years

Mellon Grant?Tulane University Dept of Latin American Studies?Comparison of 2 Primary Healthcare NGOs in rural Guatemala Date of Award: 1990 Amount of Award: $500 Travel to Guatemala to perform comparative study Role: Principal Investigator; Unpublished brief report submitted

Multiple Donors for Rural Hospital Project through Saludesa, Ecuador
Andean Health & Development?Hospital Construction in rural Ecuador?Date of Award: 1997-2001 Award of Amount: $1,000,000 Role: Raise funds, Design hospital, Oversee hospital construction

PUBLICATIONS Refereed Articles

1.David P. Gaus, MD, MPH/TM; Diego F. Herrera, MD; Carlos J. Troya, MD; Alicia H. Guevara, MD. Management of Snakebite and Systemic Envenomation in Rural Ecuador Using the 20-minute Whole Blood Clotting Test. Wilderness & Environmental Medicine, 24, 345350 (2013) ?

2.Gaus D, Herrera D, Mantyh W, Girdhari R, Kuskowski M. Quantifying the reduction of non-medical costs after the introduction of a rural county hospital. PanAmerican Journal of Public Health 2010; 29(6):423-427 Concept Development and Design 75%; Mentoring 75%; Data Acquisition 10%; Analysis 50%; Writing 50?

3.Gaus D. The rural hospital in Ecuador. Health Affairs 2009; 28(4):1003-1010; 10.1377/hlthaff.28.4.1003. Concept Development and Design 100%; Mentoring NA; Data Acquisition NA; Analysis 100%; Writing 100?

4.Gaus D, Herrera D, Heisler M, Cline BL, Richmond J. Making secondary care a primary concern: the rural hospital in Ecuador. PanAmerican Journal of Public Health 2008; 23(3):212-217. Concept Development and Design 75%; Mentoring NA; Data Acquisition NA; Analysis NA; Writing 90?

5. Cooper PJ, Chico ME, Rodrigues LC, Strachan DP, Anderson HR, Rodriguez EA, Gaus DP, Griffin GE Risk factors for atopy among school children in a rural area of Latin America. Clin Exp Allergy. 2004 Jun;34(6):845-52.

6. D P Gaus; D J Baumgardner; D Paretsky Attempted isolation of Blastomyces dermatitidis from rectal cultures of beaver (Castor canadensis) from north central Wisconsin. Journal of Wilderness & Environmental Medicine 1996;7(2):192Concept Development and Design 75%; Mentoring NA; Data Acquisition 50; Analysis 75%; Writing 90%

Non-Refereed Articles?Arevalo G, Herrera D, Gaus D. Bacterial Resistance in rural areas: Analysis of Environmental Factors Responsable for E. coli Resistance in UTI at Hospital Pedro Vicente Maldonado, Ecuador. Rural Health 2011 (1): 17-24?Concept Development and Design 25%; Mentoring 75; Data Acquisition 0%; Analysis 50%; Writing 10%

Books?Gaus D, Herrera D. Clinical Guide for Rural Hospitals (Guia Clinica Saludesa para Hospitales Rurales), 2011, Publiacesores, ventas@publiacesores.com (325 pgs)

EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES & PRESENTATIONS Classroom Teaching

2007-2010 Founding Residency Director, Hospital Pedro Vicente Maldonado, Ecuador

Daily classroom teaching of clinical topics in Family Medicine, currently 17 residents in program founded jointly with Catholic University of Ecuador in 2007.

CME Presentations?Medical School/Hospital

Sep 2006 April 2009

Gaus D. Beyond Primary Healthcare in the Developing World. Grand Rounds Speaker, St. Lukes Medical Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.?80 Physicians; 60 nurses; 100 ancillary staff?Gaus D. Diarrhea in the Returned Traveler. Grand Rounds Speaker, Sinai Samaritan Medical Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
60 Physicians; 20 nurses; 20 ancillary staff

Nov 2010

Gaus D. Diarrhea and Love in the Time of Cholera. Fundamentals in Global Child Health, UWSMPH?

April 2011

Gaus D. The Rural Hospital in Ecuador: Politics and Policy. Global Health Symposium, UWSMPH

May 2011

Gaus D. Careers in Global Health, PHS 644 Interdisciplanry Perspectives in Global Health, UWSMPH

State/Regional

April 2009

Gaus D. Tickborne Disease in Wisconsin. Statewide Meeting, Family Health Plan Physican Network, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 150 Physicians?

Sept. 1995

Gaus D. Attempted isolation of Blastomyces dermatitidis from rectal cultures of beaver (Castor canadensis) from north central Wisconsin, Wisconsin Research and Education Network, Wausau,Wisconsin. 25 Physicians; 10 nurses; 20 ancillary staff

Nov 2009

Gaus D. Global Health Disparities. Transitional Residency Program St. Lukes Hospital, Milwaukee, Wisconsin?

Dec 2010

Gaus D. Global Health Disparities. Transitional Residency Program St. Lukes Hospital, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

March 2010

Gaus D. Careers in Global Health, Contrasting Public Accounting with Global Health. Undergraduate students, University of Notre Dame?

Nov 2011

Gaus D. Challenges in Practicing Global Health. Undergraduate students, University of Notre Dame

National

Feb 2010

Gaus D. Keynote Speaker. Latin American Social and Public Policy Conference, Center for Latin American Studies. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.? 75 Doctoral/Masters degree Candidates

July 2009

Gaus D. The role of the Rural Hospital in Developing Countries. Health Affairs Global Health Conference, Washington DC? 25 Physicians; 25 Policymakers; 25 Journalists?

March 2008

Gaus D. The rural Hospital within Global Primary Healthcare Strategy. University of California, Los Angeles 100 Attending Physicians, Residents, Medical Students

Nov 2007

Gaus D. Symposium Speaker. The Rural Hospital in Ecuador,. American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.?75 physicians; 50 scientists?

Jun 2004

Gaus D. Commencement Speaker, Loyola University School of Medicine. Chicago, Illinois. 150 medical school graduates; faculty; 1,000 family/friends of graduates

International

Apr 2010

Gaus D.. Symposium Speaker. Healthcare Financing in Rural Ecuador. World Economic Forum. Cartegena, Columbia.?200 economists, policymakers, project managers, physicians?

Nov. 2009

Gaus D. The Rural Hospital in Renewed Primary Healthcare Strategy. World Health Organization PHC Conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 100 government representatives from Latin America, Asia, Africa.

Apr 2008

Gaus D. The Rural Hospital in the Developing World. Gorgas Tropical Medicine Course. Lima, Peru.?100 physician participants from various countries?

March 2007

Gaus D. Commencement Speaker Graduating Classes of Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Obstetrics/Gynecology Residents, National Social Security Institute, Hospital Carlos Andrade Marin, Quito Ecuador

Feb 2004

Gaus D. Pediatric Urinary Tract Infection Diagnosis management and followup in rural Ecuador. National Primary Care Conference, Hospital Vozandes, Quito, Ecuador.?300 physicians; 100 nurses; 100 ancillary staff

Feb 2004

Gaus D. et al. Acute Life Support in Obstetrics Course. National Primary Care Conference. Hospital Vozandes, Quito, Ecuador

OTHER ACTIVITIES

2011-present

Dept. of Family Medicine Liaison to University of Wisconsin Hospital & Clinics


PHILIP J COOPER
Professor of Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases
Institute for Infection & Immunity
St George’s University of London
Cranmer Terrace
pcooper@sgul.ac.uk

Education and qualifications

1988 MB BS, St George’s Hospital Medical School
1995 PhD (Immunology), Department of Pathology, University of Cambridge
2001 MSc (Epidemiology), London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Fellowships

1991-1994 Medical Research Council Clinical Training Fellowship, Department of Pathology, University of Cambridge, UK
1995-2000 Fogarty Foundation International Fellowship, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, USA
2000-2015 Wellcome Trust Advanced Training Fellowshipn & Senior Fellowship, St George’s Hospital Medical School, London, UK

Research grants

2012-2016 Innovative Medicines Inititiative (BioVacSafe) (PI- Prof David Lewis): clinical studies in Ecuador of mechanisms of reactogenicity to whole cell Pertussis vaccines. €450K*
2014-2017 Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (PI- Dr Daniel Bausch): studies of sylvatic mammalian reservoirs of viruses in Latin America. US$150K*
2016-2018 European Research Council (PI – Prof Neil Pearce): study of childhood asthma phenotypes in 5 countries. €230K*
2016-2017 PATH (PI – Prof Phil Cooper/Dr Ruth Karron): effects of RSV infections in infancy on respiratory morbidity in later childhood in Ecuador. US$450K*

RELEVANT PUBLICATIONS

1. Mejia R, Vicuna J, Broncano N, Sandoval C, Vaca M, Chico ME, Cooper PJ*, Nutman TB*. A novel multi-parallel real-time PCR approach for 8 gastrointestinal parasites provides improved diagnostic capabilities to resource-limited “at risk” populations. Am J Trop Med Hyg 2013; 88: 1041-1047. (*contributed equally).

2. Lopman B, Vicuña Y, Salazar F, Broncano N, Sandoval C Gregoricus N, Esona M, Bowen, M Payne D, Vaca M, Parashar U, Chico ME, Cooper PJ. Household transmission of rotavirus in a community with rotavirus vaccination in Quininde, Ecuador. PLoS One 2013; 8: e67763.

3. Cooper PJ, Chico ME, Platts-Mills TAE, Rodrigues LC, Strachan DP, Barreto ML. Cohort Profile: The Ecuador Life (ECUAVIDA) study in Esmeraldas Province, Ecuador. Int J Epidemiol 2015;44:1517-27

3. Lopman B, Trivedi T, Vicuna Y, Constantini N, Gregoricus N, Vinje J, Sandoval C, Broncano N, Vaca M, Chico ME, Cooper PJ. Norovirus infection and disease in an Ecuadorian birth cohort: lack of association with secretor genotype. J Infect Dis 2015; 211: 1813-21.

5. Gastanaduy P, Vicuna Y, Salazar F, Broncano N, Gregoricus N, Vinje J, Chico M, Cooper PJ*, Lopman B*. Transmission of norovirus within peri-urban households in Ecuador. Ped Infect Dis J 2015; 34: 1031-3. (*contributed equally).

6. Cooper PJ, Chico ME, Amorim L, Sandoval C, Vaca M, Strina A, Campos AC, Rodrigues LC, Barreto ML, Strachan DP. Effects of maternal geohelminth infections on allergy in childhood. J Allergy Clin Immunol 2015 Sep 19. pii: S0091-6749(15)01111-2.

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