1 10/25/11 Curriculum Vita Lance L. Goetz, M.D. Professional Positions 1. Staff Physician, Spinal Cord Injury and Disorders, Hunter Holmes McGuire VA Medical Center, 7/1/2010. Associate Professor, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center, 10/ Staff Physician, Dallas VA Spinal Cord Injury Center, Dallas, Texas, 7/15/97-7/2010 Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Texas- Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, 7/15/97-9/2007. Associate Professor, Clinical Scholars Track, 9/2007-7/ Director, Spinal Cord Injury Medicine Residency, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas/VA North Texas HealthCare System Program, 7/2003-6/ Director, Fellowship Program in Advanced Spinal Cord Injury Medicine, VA North Texas Health Care System, 07/ /2010 Education 1. Co-Valedictorian, Creston High School, Creston, IA, Class of Bachelor of Science, High Distinction, Honors in Zoology, University of Iowa, Iowa City Iowa, 5/88. Undergraduate Collegiate Scholar, University of Iowa, Doctor of Medicine, University of Iowa College of Medicine, Iowa City, IA, 6/92 Postgraduate Education 1. Transitional Internship, St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 7/92-7/93 2. Residency, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Michigan Hospitals and Clinics, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 7/93-7/96 3. Fellowship, SCI Medicine, VA Puget Sound Health Care System, Seattle, Washington, 7/96-7/97 Other Honors and Awards 1. Teaching Attending of the Year, 2010, UT Southwestern Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 2. Best Doctors in America, , , Database. 3. Creston High School Hall of Fame, 2005 Inaugural Class. 4. Omicron Delta Kappa Undergraduate Honor Society, University of Iowa.
2 5. President, National Honor Society, Creston High School, Advanced Training and Professional Activities 1. Research Enrichment Program for Physiatrists, St Louis, MO, , sponsored by the Missouri Arthritis Rehabilitation Research and Training Center and National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research. 2. Investigative Review Board (IRB), Human Studies Subcommittee, VA North Texas Health Care System, 2004-present. 3. Research Committee, Dept. of PM&R, UTSouthwestern Medical Center, 2003-present. 4. Education Committee, Dept. of PM&R, UTSouthwestern Medical Center, 2003-present. 5. Investigational Drug Advisory Panel, Aventis Pharmaceuticals, Orlando, Florida, September Contributor, Rehab in Review, National Scientific Participation 1. Scientific Review Panel, VA Rehabilitation Research and Development, March 2-3, 2009, Washington, DC. 2. VA CDA C5022W, Strength Characteristics and Physical Functioning in Individuals with VI. Principal Investigator: Christopher T. Ray, Ph.D., January , $413, 100, Co-Mentor. 3. Guideline Development Panel, Consortium for Spinal Cord Medicine, Sexuality and Reproductive Health Management Clinical Practice Guideline, Oral Examiner, American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Rochester, Minnesota, 2003, Invited Expert Reviewer, Consortium for Spinal cord Medicine Clinical Practice Guidelines, Bladder Management for Adults with Spinal Cord Injury: A Clinical Practice Guideline for Healthcare Providers, Item Writer, Spinal Cord Medicine Board Examination, American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Education and Research Foundation Research Review Panel, American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 8. Secretary, Spinal Cord Injury Special Interest Group, American Academy of PM&R, Vice- Chair Education Committee, American Paraplegia Society, 12/ Program Planning Committee, American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation present. 11. Reviewer, Veterans Affairs Cooperative Studies Program, Medical Licensure and Board Certification 1. Federal Licensure Examination, 6/92, I.D. # Virginia Medical Board License pending Texas State Board of Medical Examiners, 3/98, License #K Diplomate, American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 5/98, Certification #5660 Recertification Examination passed 2005, through Subspecialty Certification, Spinal Cord Injury Medicine, 12/99, Certification #123 Recertification Examination passed 2008, through Professional Affiliations 1. American Medical Association, Member, American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Member, 1993-Present Chair, Physicians with Disabilities Special Interest Group,
3 Secretary, Spinal Cord Injury Special Interest Group, Vice-Chair, American Paraplegia Society, Member, 1996-Present 4. American Spinal Injury Association, Member, 1998-Present 5. American Society of Handicapped Physicians, Member, International Medical Society of Paraplegia, Member, 2002-Present. Research Activity Funded Research 1. VA Rehab R&D #O7814R, SCI-VIP: PrOMOTE (Predictive Outcome Model Over Time for Employment), 7/1/10-6/30/15, $12,450,908, Co-Principal Investigator. 2. Novabay CL1001, NVC-22 Catheter Patency Study, Site Investigator. 3. NIH/NCRR #UL1RR024982, UTSW North/Central Texas Clinical Sciences Initiative Pilot Award, Whole body vibration for osteoporosis in spinal cord injury, Principal Investigator, $27,000, July VA Rehab R&D #B4026I, Mechanisms of Neural Plasticity and Recovery in BWSTT after SCI, Principal Investigator, $438,987, Oct /1/ VA Rehab R&D #B3773R, SCI-VIP, A Spinal Cord Injury Vocational Support Program (SCI- VIP): Implementation and Outcomes, Funded by VA Rehab R&D, Co-Principal Investigator, $2,973,151, 2005-present. 6. VA CSP #535, Anabolic steroid therapy on pressure ulcer healing in persons with spinal cord injury, Site Investigator/Executive Committee, H6D-MC-LVFN, An open-label study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of tadalafil administered on-demand to men of various populations with erectile dysfunction, Site Investigator, Efficacy of Statlock swivel clamp for control of urinary tract infections in persons with spinal cord injury, Site Investigator, VA Special Research Initiative: A National Program Initiative to Evaluate Spinal Cord Medicine Clinical Practice Guidelines, Site Investigator, 3/2000-9/2001. Other IRB-approved active protocols 1. VANTHCS #08-080, Repeatability and Reliability of the Hoffman Sign, 2008-present. 2. VANTHCS #01-088, Characterization of biological signals during wound healing in spinal cord injury patients, VANTHCS , Prevalence of Candiduria in chronically catheterized spinal cord injury patients. 4. VANTHCS #06-112, Association between urinary tract factors and hyponatremia in spinal cord injury patients, VATHCS #03-049, Stroke prevalence, incidence and outcomes, 2001-present. 6. VANTHCS #02-009, Zonisamide for Central Pain in Spinal Cord Injury, Invited Reviews 1. Expert Commentary, Nature Clinical Practice Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Reviewer, Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine, 2007-present. 3. Reviewer, Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 2006-present. 4. Reviewer, Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 2005-present. 5. Reviewer, American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Reviewer, Disability and Rehabilitation, Reviewer, Annals of Saudi Medicine, 2006
4 Publications in Refereed Journals 1. Ottomanelli L, Goetz LL, Suris A, McGeough C, Sinnott P, Toscano R, Cipher DJ, Barnett S, Lind LM, Dixon TM, Holmes SA, Kerrigan A, Thomas F. (under review). The Effectiveness of Supported Employment for Veterans with Spinal Cord Injuries: Results from a Randomized Multi-Site Study. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2. Sinnott, P.L., Cheng, A., Wagner, T.H., Goetz, L.L., & Ottomanelli, L. Cost Effectiveness Analysis of the Spinal Cord Injury Vocational Integration Program (SCI-VIP).Topics in SCI Rehab, (4), Ottomanelli L, Sippel JL, Cipher DJ, Goetz, LL. Factors associated with employment among veterans with spinal cord injury. J Voc Rehab, 2011; 34(3) Goetz LL, Howard M, Cipher DC, Revankar SG. Occurrence of candiduria in a population of chronically catheterized spinal cord injury patients. Spinal Cord 2010 Jan; 48(1): Morrow JB, Goetz LL, Marcee AK, Snell LE, Kowalske KJ, Roaten SP. Providing access to specialty care for severely disabled institutional residents: An academic health center telemedicine model. J Health Care Poor Underserved 20(2009) Ottomanelli L, Goetz LL, McGeough C, Suris A, Sippel J, Sinnott P, Wagner T, and Cipher D. Methods of a multi-site randomized clinical trial of supported employment among veterans with spinal cord injury. JRRD 46(7) ; Hamilton R, Brown S, Goetz LL, Miner M. Lumbar pseudomeningocele causing hydronephrosis: case report and literature review. J Sp Cord Med. 2009; 32 (1) Querry RG, Pacheco MF, Annaswamy TA, Goetz LL, Winchester PK, Tansey K. Synchronous simulation and monitoring of the H-reflex during robotic body weight supported ambulation in subjects with spinal cord injury. J Rehab Res Dev. 45(1) , Kafetsoulis A, Ibrahim E, Aballa T, Goetz LL, Lynne C and Brackett NC. Abdominal electrical stimulation rescues failures to penile vibratory stimulation in men with spinal cord injury: a report of two cases. Urology 68 (1): 204.e9-11, Jul Darouiche RO, Goetz LL, Kaldis T, Cerra-Stewart C, AlSharif A,Priebe M. Impact of Statlock securing device on symptomatic catheter-related urinary tract infection: a prospective, randomized, multicenter clinical trial. Am J Infect Control 34 (9) , Goetz LL, Stiens S. Abdominal electrical stimulation facilitates penile vibratory stimulation for ejaculation in spinal cord injury. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 2005 Sep; 86(9): Burns SP, Nelson AL, Bosshart HT, Goetz LL, Harrow JJ, Gerhart KD, Bowers H, Krasnicka B, and Guihan ML. Implementation of clinical practice guidelines for prevention of thromboembolism in spinal cord injury. J Sp Cord Med 2005; 28 (1): Goetz LL, Nelson AL, Guihan ML, Bosshart HT, Harrow JJ, Gerhart KD, Krasnicka B, and Burns SP. Provider adherence to implementation of clinical practice guidelines for neurogenic bowel in adults with spinal cord injury. J Sp Cord Med 2005; 28(5) Luther SL, Nelson AL, Harrow JJ, Chen F, Goetz LL. A comparison of patient outcomes and quality of life in persons with neurogenic bowel: standard bowel care program versus colostomy. J SP Cord Med 2005; 28 (5)
5 15. Goetz LL, Brown GS, Priebe MM. Interface pressure characteristics of alternating air mattresses in patients with spinal cord injury. J Sp Cord Med 2002; 25(3) Goetz LL, Hurvitz EA, Nelson VS and WW Waring. Management of neurogenic bowel in children and adolescents with spinal cord injury. J Spinal Cord Med 1998; 21(4) Stiens S, Biener-Bergman S, and L Goetz. Neurogenic bowel dysfunction after spinal cord injury: clinical evaluation and rehabilitative management. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1997; (78) 3-S: Stiens SA, House JG, Goetz LL. Chemical triggers of reflex defecation in spinal cord injury: Comparisons of effectiveness. J Rehab Res Dev Progress Reports 1997; 34: Stiens SA, House JG, Goetz LL, Ong-Hai B, Chang L, Neurogenic Bowel Dysfunction After Spinal Cord Injury: Medications and Techniques to Improve the Efficiency of Bowel Care. J Rehab Res Dev Progress Reports, Chapters, Review Articles and Other Publications 1. Smith-Morris, C., (Dixon-Lawson, K., Goetz, L.L., Ottomanelli, L, Sotomayor, G, alphabetically) Ethnography of a Clinical Trial: ecology, Fidelity, and Integration in an Evidence-Based Supported Employment Trial for Veterans with Spinal Cord Injury. Accepted, Medical Anthropology Quarterly. 2. Sexuality and Reproductive Health in Adults with Spinal Cord Injury: A clinical practice guideline for health-care professionals. Consortium for Spinal Cord Medicine January Goetz LL, Ottomanelli L. Vocational rehabilitation and spinal cord injury. Spinal Cord Injury/Disorders Services Newsletter 2009; 12(3). 4. Ottomanelli LA, Goetz LL, McGeough C, Kashner M. Building research capacity through partnerships: the spinal cord injury vocational integration program (SCI-VIP) implementation and outcomes inaugural meeting. J Rehab Res Dev. 2007; 44(1): vii-xii. 5. Goetz LL. Transanal irrigation for conservative bowel management for patients with spinal cord injury? Commentary. Nat Clin Pr Gastr Hep 2007; 4 (5): Stiens S. and L Goetz. Neurogenic bowel dysfunction, chapter, in PM&R Secrets, 2 nd ed., Hanley and Belfus, Inc., p Stiens S, Goetz LL, Strayer J. Neurogenic bowel dysfunction: evaluation and adaptive management, chapter in PM&R Secrets, Hanley and Belfus, 3 rd ed. 8. Priebe MM, Wuermser LA, Goetz LL. Spasticity in spinal cord injury, in Kirshblum S, Campagnolo D, DeLisa JA (eds.): Spinal cord injury medicine, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia, PA, pp , Goetz L. Autonomic dysreflexia, in Hammond M (ed.): Medical care of persons with spinal cord injury, VA Medical Education Series, Goetz L, Little JW. Genitourinary system, in Hammond M (ed.): Medical care of persons with spinal cord injury, VA Medical Education Series, Goldstein B, Goetz L, Young J, Steins S and S Burns, Treatment of Repetitive Motion Disorders, chapter, in Shankar K (ed.) Exercise Prescription, Hanley and Belfus Goetz LL, Priebe MM. Posttraumatic syringomyelia. Emedicine.com, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Publications accepted or in progress 1. Smith-Morris C, Quintero G, Ottomanelli L, Goetz L., "Continuity & Change After Spinal Cord Injury: Yesterdays, Work, and Veterans Narratives of Physicality". Manderson L & Warren N
6 (eds), invited. 2. Hu J, Goetz LL, Brown S, Zhou J, Li Q-Z. Gene expression patterns in chronic pressure ulcers in patients with spinal cord injury: microarray analysis. Accepted, Wound Repair and Regeneration. 3. Lee YR, Tashjian C, Brouse S, Bedimo R, Goetz LL, Cipher DJ, Duquaine S. Impact of antibiotic pressure on the acquisition of bacterial resistance in patients with spinal cord injury. 4. Annaswamy TM, Sakai T, Goetz LL, Pacheco FM, Ozarkar T. reliability and repeatability of the Hoffmann sign. Abstracts/Poster Presentations Sakai, T, Annaswamy TM, Goetz LL, Pacheco MF and Ozarkar TV. Reliability and Repeatability of the Hoffmann Sign. Abstracts of Scientific Papers and Posters Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Academic Physiatrists, Paper Presentation. Phoenix, AZ. Electrode Store Best Paper Presentations Fellow Category Award Winner. April Dixon-Lawson, K., Ottomanelli, L., Goetz, L., Smith-Morris, C. Illustration of Successful Vocational Outcomes Following SCI Through Team Interventions. Dallas VA Research Week. Dallas, TX, May 18-19, Dixon-Lawson, K., Ottomanelli, L., Goetz, L., & Smith-Morris, C. Illustrations of Successful Vocational Outcomes Following SCI Through Team Interventions. Academy of Spinal Cord Injury Professionals. Las Vegas, NV, September 22-24, Abstract. Ottomanelli, L., Goetz, L., McGeough, C., Suris, A., & Sippel, J., Cipher, D. Evidence-based supported employment and veterans with spinal cord injury: A VA Multi-Center Randomized Trial. 12 th Annual VA Psychology Leadership Conference. Dallas, TX, May 7-9, Abstract. 1. Derbigny E, Toaston T, Goetz L, Annaswamy T. Root avulsion and abnormal EMG findings after C6, C7 and T1 fractures: a case report. AAPMR 2009 Annual Assembly, Austin, TX, November 22-25, 2009 Ottomanelli, L., Goetz, L., McGeough, C., Suris, A., & Sippel, J. The Use of Supported Employment among Veterans with Spinal Cord Injuries. 114 th Annual Meeting of the Society of Federal Health Agencies. San Antonio, TX, November 9-14, Abstract. 4. Lee YR, Brouse S, Duquaine S, Bedimo R, Goetz LL. Acquisition of resistance in urinary tract organisms infecting patients with spinal cord injury. ACCP 2008 Conference. 5. Lee YR, Brouse S, Duquaine S, Bedimo R, Goetz L. Impact of antibiotic pressure on the acquisition of resistance in patients with spinal cord injury. 6.. Annaswamy TM, Pacheco F, Goetz LL, Querry R, Winchester PK, Cipher DJ, Tansey K. Variability of Relationship between Maximum H-reflex (Hmax) and Corresponding M-wave (MHmax) Across the Gait Cycle. AAP Bell PL, Chouteau W, Goetz LL, Annaswamy TM. Atypical Aggressive ALS Initially Masquerading as Cervical Radiculopathy: A Case Report. AAPMR Melendez MM, Goetz LL, Annaswamy T, Millar C, Wickremasinghe IM, Miner M. Epiglottic Inversion in a patient with ALS Initially Diagnosed as Central Cord Syndrome: A Case Report. AAPMR Ottomanelli L., Goetz L., McGeough C., Suris A., Sippel J., Cipher D. The Use of Supported Employment among Veterans with Spinal Cord Injuries. 114 th Annual Meeting of the Society of Federal Health Agencies. San Antonio, TX, November 9-14, Abstract. 10. Hu J, Brown S, Zhou J, Li Q-Z, Goetz LL. Pro- and Anti-Inflammatory cytokine profile in chronic pressure ulcers in SCI patients. Congress Sp Cord Med & Rehabil. Orlando, FL, August Tansey KT, Pacheco F, Annaswamy T, Goetz L, Querry R, Winchester P. H-reflexes during stepping in motor incomplete SCI: effect of robotic locomotor training. American Spinal Injury Association, San Diego, 2008.
7 12. Pacheco F, Querry R, Annaswamy T, Goetz L, Winchester P and Tansey K. Spinal plasticity in robotic body weight supported treadmill training: evaluation of H reflexes in spinal cord injury patients during stepping. Proceedings from Robotics in Rehabilitation Symposium, Zurich, Switzerland. October Goetz LL, Annaswamy TM, Querry R, Pacheco F, Winchester PK, Tansey K. Restoration of abolished H-reflex with air-walking in a subject with motor complete paraplegia. Am J PMR Abs. Presented at Association of Academic Physiatrists, Puerto Rico, Apr Annaswamy TM, Goetz LL, Querry R, Pacheco F, Winchester PK, Keith Tansey K. Variability of relationship between maximum H-reflex and corresponding m-wave across different test conditions in SCI and non-sci subjects. Am J PMR Abs. Presented at Association of Academic Physiatrists, Puerto Rico, Apr Pacheco F, Querry R, Annaswamy T, Goetz L, Winchester P, Tansey K. H-Reflex Modulation during robotic body-weight supported treadmill training after spinal cord injury. J Spinal Cord Med. 2006; 29: Querry R, Winchester P, Pacheco F, Annaswamy T, Goetz L, Tansey K. Synchronous simulation and monitoring of the H-reflex during robotic body weight supported ambulation in subjects with spinal cord injury. J Spinal Cord Med. 2006; 29: Brown SA, Lipschitz AH, Goetz LL, Chao J, Coimbra M, and Rohrich RJ. Interleukin-8 in chronic wounds: a microdialysis study. Wound Healing Society Kassube J, Castillo TA, Goetz LL, Kenkel J. Multidisciplinary treatment of an ischial pressure ulcer with underlying heterotopic ossification: case report. American Paraplegia Society Meeting Goetz LL, Stiens S. Facilitation of penile vibratory stimulation with abdominal electrical stimulation. Arch PMR Abs Burns SP, Nelson A, Bosshart H, Goetz L, Harrow J, Gerhart K, Bowers H, Krasnicka B, and M. Guihan. Implementation of clinical practice guidelines for venous thrombosis in spinal cord injury. ASIA/IMSOP Goetz LL, Brown GS, Priebe MM. Interface pressures of alternating air mattresses in spinal cord injury. ASIA, Goetz LL, Leonard JA, Jennings J. Rehabilitation of quadrimembral amputees following pneumococcal sepsis. Arch PMR Abs Goetz LL, Slutsky A, Burns S, Stiens SA, Little JW. M-Mode Ultrasound as an alternative to fluoroscopy for evaluating diaphragm and phrenic nerve function in persons with tetraplegia. Arch PMR Abs Presentations International Goetz LL. Ideas for creating basic and extended international Urinary tract Infection Data Sets, Urinary Tract Infection After Spinal Cord Lesions Symposium, Colopast, Humleboek, Denmark, November 21, Goetz LL. Patient-centered rehabilitation. Goetz LL. Pediatric rehabilitation. Goetz LL. Adaptive recreation in the USA. Goetz LL. The History of Access in the US and the challenge for access in Honduras. Dallas Area Rehabilitation Team USA-Honduras Rehabilitation Conference, National Autonomous University of Honduras, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, National Goetz LL. Advances in VR for Veterans with SCI: EBSE. Interagency Committee on Disability Research 2011 State of the Science Conference, Arlington, VA, July 13, 2011.
8 Goetz LL. The Other Stuff. Enriching Resiliency in our Clients and Federal Recovery Coordination Program, Arlington,VA, May 17, Goetz, LL. Bags, Tubes and Bullets (Revisited): Bladder & Bowel Care After Spinal Cord Injury. Employment Outcomes in Veterans with Spinal Cord Injury Training, Clearwater, FL, May 11, Goetz, LL. Maximizing Recruitment: Strategies and Trends from SCI-VIP and Opportunities for the SCI TEAM during PrOMOTE. Employment Outcomes in Veterans with Spinal Cord Injury Training, Clearwater, FL, May 11, Ottomanelli L, Goetz LL, and Grauer C. Translating best practices in vocational rehabilitation to persons with disabilities. AAPM&R Annual Assembly, Seattle, WA, November 6, Ottomanelli L and Goetz LL. Breaking vocational barriers with evidence-based supported employment. Academy of Spinal Cord Injury Professionals, Las Vegas, NV, September 24, Goetz LL. Sexual health care for persons with spinal cord injury. McGuire VA SCI&D/ VCU SCI Symposium, Richmond, VA, September 9, Goetz LL. The Spinal Cord Injury Vocational Integration Program: Current research and future directions, Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living/ University of Michigan Department of PM&R, Ann Arbor, MI, May 6, Tepper M and Goetz LL. Physiatric approach to sexual health care, AAPMR Annual Assembly, Austin, TX, October 22, 2009 Goetz LL. Quarter of a man. St. Louis VAMC SCI Awareness Day Keynote Address, August Goetz LL. The use of a supported employment approach among veterans with SCI, US Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association 34 th Annual Conference, Norfolk, VA, June 29, Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) 101: SCI Issues Affecting Work VA EES conference, Atlanta, GA, April1-2, Hu J and Goetz LL. Gene expression patterns in chronic non-healing wounds in spinal cord injury patients. Awards eligible papers session, American Spinal Injury Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, June 20, Goetz LL. Comprehensive sexual health care: Facilitating optimum sexual functioning and expression after physical injury/disability, Wounded Troops and Partners: Supporting Intimate Relationships, Barbara Jordan Conference Center, The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation s Public Affairs Center, Washington, D.C., May 21, Goetz LL. Why your patients need to work: What the literature says, SCI-VIP Annual Research Conference, Dallas, TX, April 22, Gater DR and Goetz LL. Role of the physician in integrated Vocational Rehabilitation after Traumatic Brain Injury, VA Compensated Work Therapy and Supported Employment Services for Veterans with Polytrauma and Traumatic Brain Injury Conference, Atlanta, GA, November 6-8, Goetz LL. Sexuality and fertility after spinal Cord Injury, SCI Seamless Care Interventions, Hunter Holmes McGuire VAMC SCI Center, Richmond, VA, September 2007
9 Bags, Tubes and Bullets: Bladder & Bowel Care After Spinal Cord Injury, Spinal Cord Injury Vocational Integration (SCI-VIP) Training Meeting, Dallas, TX, November Going Haywire: Autonomic Dysfunction, Pain, Spasticity, and Range of Motion, SCI-VIP Training Meeting, Dallas, TX, November An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound Of Flesh: Pressure Ulcer Prevention and Treatment, Interstate Postgraduate Medical Association, Anaheim, CA, November Interface Pressures of Alternating Air Mattresses in Spinal Cord Injury, Research Enrichment Program for Physiatrists, Washington, D.C., June Course Director, Shoulder Pain After Spinal Cord Injury, AAPM&R Annual Assembly, Seattle, WA, Local Vocation After SCI. Richmond SCI Conference, Richmond, VA August 9, Vocational rehabilitation for persons with disabilities, VCU PM&R Resident Lecture, May Cervical Stenosis and Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy, VCU PM&R Resident Lecture, April SCI-VIP and Promote, McGuire VA SCI&D SCI Grand Rounds, October Cervical Stenosis and Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy, UT Southwestern Dept. of PM&R Grand Rounds, July 10, Posttraumatic Syringomyelia, PM&R Department, UTSouthwestern Medical Center, September Physiatric Approach to Sexuality After Spinal Cord Injury, UTSouthwestern Medical Center, September Whole Body Vibration for Osteoporosis after Spinal Cord Injury, North Central Texas Clinical Science Initiative Pilot Grant, UTSouthwestern Medical Center, February 27, 2009, Vocational Rehabilitation and Supported Employment, PM&R Department, UTSouthwestern Medical Center, October Sexuality after Spinal Cord Injury, Grand Rounds, Baylor University Medical Center, Dallas, Texas, September Update on Neurogenic Bowel Dysfunction, Grand Rounds, Baylor University Medical Center, Dallas, Texas, December Cervical Spondylosis: The Epidemic. UT Southwestern Dept. of PM&R Grand Rounds, February Relationships and Fertility Issues After Spinal Cord Injury, Baylor Institute of Rehabilitation SCI Support Group, 2005, Sexuality and Spinal Cord Injury, Parkland SCI Support Group, Sexuality and Disability, UT Southwestern Department of Physical Therapy, October Association of Rehabilitation Nurses, 2007
10 Ethical Issues in Research, UT Southwestern Dept. of PM&R Research Lecture Series, Electrical Stimulation to Enhance Penile Vibratory Stimulation for Ejaculation in Spinal Cord Injury, Research Seminar, UT Southwestern Department of PM&R Grand Rounds, Sexuality and Disability, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Resident Lecture Series, Don t Worry, He Won t Get Far on Foot: Introduction to Spinal Cord Injury Medical Management and Rehabilitation, Dallas Orthopaedic Nursing Association, March Spinal Cord Injury: Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Effect on Body Systems, UT Southwestern Department of Physical Therapy, May Functional Outcomes After Spinal Cord Injury, VA Spinal Cord Injury and Dysfunction Outpatient Support Clinic Training, March 27, 2001, Dallas, TX. Bladder Function after Cervical Myelopathy, Grand Rounds, Baylor University Medical Center, Dallas, Texas, June Mobility Aids, workshop, in A Practical Update in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation to Improve Patient Functional Outcome, June 27, Simmons Biomedical Research Building, UT Southwestern Medical Center. Neurogenic Bowel Dysfunction After Spinal Cord Injury, Resident Lecture Series, Dept. of PM&R, UT Southwestern Medical Center, January Neurogenic Bowel Dysfunction after Spinal Cord Injury, Grand Rounds, Dept. of PM&R, University of Michigan, February Ankle Sprains, Grand Rounds, Department of PM&R University of Michigan, Ischemic Myelopathy, Grand Rounds, Department of PM&R University of Michigan, CommunityParticipation Board of Directors, AVANCE Dallas, 2006-present. Texas Division of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services (DARS) Advisory Council, 2005-present. Texas Rehabilitation Commission, Board Member, Moderator, Central Congregational Church, Moderator-Elect, Central Congregational Church, Board of Mission, Central Congregational Church, Board of Trustees, Central Congregational Church, Traumatic Injury Prevention Strategies, Iowa Division, 1998.
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