CURRICULUM VITAE

GLENN W. GEELHOED, MD

Date and Place of Birth: January 19, 1942, Grand Rapids, Michigan

Citizenship: U.S.A.

Children: Donald William Geelhoed, March 9, 1966
Michael Alan Geelhoed, October 3, 1969

Education:

1964 - A.B. cum laude, Calvin College
1965 - B.S. Calvin College
1968 - M.D. cum laude, University of Michigan Medical School
1968-69 - Internship, Department of Surgery, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Harvard Medical School
1969-70 - Surgical Junior Residency, Boston Children's Hospital Medical Center, Harvard Medical School
1970-72 - Clinical Associate, Surgery Branch, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health
1972-73 - Senior Investigator, Surgery Branch, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health
1973-74 - Surgical Senior Residency, Department of Surgery, George Washington University Medical Center
1974-75 - Chief Surgical Residency, Department of Surgery, George Washington University Medical Center
1975-77 - Clinical Scholar, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, George Washington University
1986 - James IV Travelling Scholar of 1986
1990 - D.T.M.H., University of London School of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
1988-91 - MA in International Affairs, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University
1993 - MPH: Epidemiology: Health Promotion/Disease Prevention, George Washington University
1994 - MA cum laude: Biologic and Medical Anthropology, Columbian College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, George Washington University

Teaching Appointments:

1969-70 - Assistant in Surgery, Harvard Medical School
1970-72 - Clinical Associate, National Institutes of Health
1972-73 - Senior Staff, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health
1973-74 - Associate in Surgery, George Washington University Medical Center
1974-75 - Instructor in Surgery, George Washington University Medical Center
1975-76 - Assistant Professor of Surgery, George Washington University Medical Center
1976-79 - Associate Director, Clinical Scholar Program, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, George Washington University
1976-84 - Associate Professor of Surgery, George Washington University Medical Center
1985- - Professor of Surgery, George Washington University Medical Center
1989 - University Professor of International Medical Education, George Washington University

Professional Experience:

National Institutes of Health
1971-73 - Senior Staff, Surgery Branch, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health
- Assistant Clinical Director, National Cancer Institute
- Admitting Officer, National Cancer Institute
- Chairman, Clinical Research Committee, National Cancer Institute
- Acting Chief, Breast Cancer Section, Surgery Branch, National Cancer Institute
- Chairman, Surgery Subcommittee, Clinical Research Committee, National Cancer Institute
- Professional Consultant, Public Information Office, National Cancer Institute
- Supervisor, Animal Research Facility, Surgery Branch, National Cancer Institute
George Washington University
1975- - Attending Surgeon, George Washington University Hospital
1975-85 - Chief, Transplantation Division, and Director, GWUMC, Renal Transplantation Center
1975-87 - Chief, Surgical Research Laboratories
1975- - Member, Emergency/Trauma Service
- Chief, Transplantation Division, 1975-1985
- Division of Surgical Endocrinology
Consultant
1975- - Consultant, Surgery Branch, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD
- Consultant, Department of Medical and Public Affairs, Airlie Foundation, George Washington University
1978- - Consultant, National Board of Medical Examiners, Philadelphia, PA
- Consultant, Veterans Administration, Washington, DC
- Consultant, National Children's Hospital Medical Center, Washington, DC
- Consultant, Department of Surgery, Walter Reed Army General Hospital, Washington, DC
- Member, Aseptic Barriers Committee and Task Force, Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation, Inc., Arlington, VA.

Fellowships

National Science Foundation, Honors Institute for Young Scientists Chemistry and Physics, 1959-60.

Univeristy of Chicago Research Fellowship in Respiratory Physiology, under advisor, Dr. John Forbes Perkins, Jr., 1963.

Honorary Woodrow Wilson Fellow, 1964.

University of Michigan Research Fellowship in Renal Physiology, under advisor, Dr. Arthur J. Vander, 1964-68.

Medical Life Scientist Fellow of the Life Insurance Medical Research Fund, 1966--

Smith, Kline & French Foreign Fellowship awarded by the Association of American Medical Colleges for three months medical experience in Takum Nigeria.

Scholarships:

Calvin College Senior Alumni Faculty Memorial Scholarship, 1964

Merit Scholarship in Medicine, University of Michigan Medical School, 1964-68

Clinical Scholar, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, George Washington University, 1975-77

James IV Traveling Scholar, 1986.

Awards:

High School:
Bausch & Lomb Science Medal, 1960

National Merit Commendation, 1960

National Honor Society, 1958-60

First Place Tri-State Invitational Extemporaneous Speaking Contest, 1960

College:
Dean's List, 1962-64

Senior Honor's Thesis, Philosophy, "St. Agustine on Time", 1964

Medical School:
Honors Program in Academic Medicine, 1964-68

Special Studies Program in Research, 1964-68

The Borden Award, for outstanding student reasearch, 1968

"Most Valuable University of Michigan Medical Student" award to Paeon Founder editor-in-chief by Student American Medical Association, 1967

First Place Student American Medical Association Essay contest, 1966

First Place in Norman A. Welch, MD Medical Ethics Essay Contest presented essay before AMA House of Delegates, Las Vegas Convention, 1966

First Place Student American Medical Association Essay Contest, 1967

Residency:
AMA Physician's Recognition Award, 1971 and 1974

Third Prize, Dr. Philip Burka Award and Citation, District of Columbia Medical Society, April 10, 1974

Gold Medal, Southeastern Surgical Congress Surgical Forum

First Place, Southeastern Surgical Congress Contest for Scientific Presentation

Conrad Jobst Award for Significant Achievement in Experimental Surgery 43rd Annual Assembly of the Southeastern Surgical Congress, Atlanta, February, 1975

First Prize, Dr. Philip Burka Award and Citation, District of Columbia Medical Society, January, 1975.

Third Prize, Washington Academy of Surgery Annual Essay Contest, April 15, 1975

State Board Licenses:
-- Michigan State Board of Registration (Examinations: Part I - 1966 and Part II - 1968): Certificate No. 51-28816, 1969--

-- National Board of Medical Examiners (Examinations: Part I - 1967 and Part II - 1968 and Part III - 1969): Diplomate No. 101578

-- Maryland Board of Registration in Medicine; Certificate D-13440, 1971--

-- District of Columbia Board of Registration; Certificate No. 6537, 1973--

-- Virginia State Board of Medicine; License No. 26372, 1975--

-- California Board of Registration in Medicine; License G24037, 1973--

-- Commonwealth of Massachusetts Registration in Medicine; No. 41962, 1968-70

Special Registrations:
-- Federal Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, Registration AG 4882862, 1971--

-- License for the Human Use of Radionuclides, Bureau of Radiologic Health and Environmental Safety, No. 774, 1971--

-- Aviation Medical Examiner of the Federal Aviation Administration, AME FAA No. 12745-3, 1972--

-- Open water diving specialist, Professional Association of Diving Instructors, No. 85129030, 1984--

Specialty Board Examinations:
-- American Board of Surgery, ID No. 30907
Board Qualified - July 1, 1975
Part I Examination, passed - November 25, 1975, Washington, DC
Part II Examination, passed - October 1, 1976, Columbus, Ohio
Certified - October 1, 1976, Certificate No. 21990
Recertification examination, passed - November 22, 1986, Philadelphia, PA
Recertified, January 1, 1986, No. 21990

-- American College of Surgeons, ID No. AD 5337500 Fellow, American College of Surgeons, October, 1978--

-- Listed American Board of Medical Specialists, Surgery, 1977--

SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS
Honorary Societies:
-- Alpha Omega Alpha, 1967--
-- Victor C. Vaughan Society, 1967--, President 1967-68
-- Phi Kappa Phi, 1968--
-- American Public Health Association, 1968--
-- American Medical Association, 1970--
-- American Association of Medical Colleges, 1970--
-- International Platform Association, 1972--
-- American Federation for Clinical Research, 1972--
-- NCI Assembly of Scientists, 1973--
-- International Scholars Directory, 1973--
-- District of Columbia Medical Society, 1973--
-- William Beaumont Society, 1975--
-- Directory of Medical Specialists Listing, 18th edition, 1977--
-- Associe Etranger Academie de Chirurgie de France, June 23, 1991
-- Phi Beta Delta honor Society for International Scholars,
Beta Omicron Chapter, George Washington University, 1992--
-- Alumni Association, London School of Hygiene and Tropical
Medicine, 1993--
General Medical Memberships:
-- American Physiological Society, 1978--
-- Southern Medical Association, 1978--
-- Eritrean Medical Association, Board of Advisors, 1988--
Surgical Societies:
-- Association for Academic Surgery, 1974--
-- Fellow of the Southeastern Surgical Congress, 1975--
-- Fellow, International College of Surgeons, 1977--
-- Washington Academy of Surgery, 1976--, President, 1984
-- Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract, 1977--
-- Pan-Pacific Surgical Association, 1978--
-- Society of University Surgeons, 1979--
-- The Halsted Society, 1982--
-- International Federation of Surgical Colleges, 1987--
-- Surgical Infection Society, 1987--
-- American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene, 1993--
-- Washington Organization for Tropical Medicine, 1993--
Surgical Speciality Societies:
Transplantation:
-- American Society of Transplant Surgeons, 1976--
-- The Transplantation Society, 1977--
-- American Society of Artificial Internal Organs, 1974--
-- Southeastern Organ Procurement Foundation, 1975--, Director, 1976--
-- Washington Area Transplant Society, 1975--, Director, 1975--
-- American Association of Tissue Banks, 1976--
-- Renal Physicians Association, 1975--
-- Lion's Tissue Bank and Research Foundation, 1975--
Shock and Trauma:
-- American Trauma Society, 1975--
-- American Association for the Surgery of Trauma, applicant, 1977--
-- Shock Society, 1978--
Oncology:
-- Washington Society of Oncology, 1975--
-- Acute Leukemia Group B, 1976--
Endocrinology:
-- American Thyroid Association, applicant 1978--
-- The Endocrine Society, 1979--
-- The International Association of Endocrine Surgeons, 1979--
Founding Member
-- The American Association of Endocrine Surgeons, 1979--
Founding Member, Elected Vice President, April 26, 1993
-- Elected to Council AAES, 1986-1989
International and Third World Medical Associations:
-- World Medical Mission, 1986--
-- International Academy of Preventive Medicine, 1988--
-- Washington Society for Tropical Medicine, 1990--
-- International Academy of Preventive Medicine, 1988--
-- Board of Directors, IAPM, and Director, International
Health Studies, 1990--
Philosophical Societies:
-- Washington Society for the History of Medicine, 1969--
-- Society for Health and Human Values, 1976--
-- American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1976--
-- Hastings Institute, Hastings-on-Hudson, 1977
Alumni Organizations:
-- Calvin College Alumni Association, 1964--
-- University of Michigan Medical Center Alumni, 1968--
-- Peter Bent Brigham Surgical Alumni, 1969--
-- Clinical Alumni Association of the National Institutes of Health, 1973--
-- George Washington University Medical Center Alumni, 1975--
"Special"
-- National Geographic Society, 1966--
-- Royal Geographical Society, 1990--
-- Royal Society of Tropical Medicine, 1990--
-- Wilderness Medical Society, 1991--
-- Cousteau Society, 1988--
-- Terramar, 1978--
-- Smithsonion Resident Associate 1970--
-- Professional Association of Diving Instructors, 1984--
-- The Athletic Congress, 1990--
-- The American Medical Athletic Association, 1990--
-- The Micronesia Institute Advisory Council, 1991--
-- The Micronesia Institute Board of Directors, 1993--
-- The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1993--
Committee Assignments:
-- D.C. Medical Society:
  • Chairman, Committee on Blood Section Tissue Transplant, 1973-83

    -- Washington Area Transplant Society:

  • Chairman, Promotions and Organ Procurement Committee 1975-85

    -- National Cancer Institute:

  • Chairman, Clinical Research Committee, 1972-73

    -- Southern Medical Association:

  • Member, Special Education Sub-Committee of the section on surgery representing the District of Columbia, 1989-91

    -- Southeastern Surgical Congress:

  • Councillor, 1984--1989

    -- G.W.U.M.C., 1975--1990

  • Infection Committee
  • Medical Center Research Committee
  • Cancer and Home Care Committee
  • Surgical Research Committee
  • Animal Care Research Subcommittee
  • Hospital Pharmacy and Therapeutics
  • Search Committee, Chairman, Radiology Dept.
  • Dialysis and Transplant Committee

    -- American Red Cross:

  • Chairman, Medical Advisory Committee, ARC
  • Blood Services Committee
  • Executive Committee, American Red Cross
  • Chairman, Hospital Regulations Committee
  • Subcommittee, ARC Budget and Planning
  • Military:
    -- 1970-1975: United States Public Health Services, Surgeon (Lt. Commander), Active Duty at National Institutes of Health, Commission No. 31853
    Editorial Boards:
    1984-present
    "Factline", an interactive program for surgeons, Pracon, Inc.

    1985-Present
    "Surgical Research Communications", journal based in the University of Bristol, United Kingdom.

    1986--
    "Sound Surgical Collections", An audiotape CME Service for Surgeons, Pracon, Inc.

    1986--
    CME editor, Viedotapes by CINE-Med, Inc., Woodbury, CT.

    1989--
    "Peptide Therapy: Index & Reviews", publication to review and critique current medical literature.