1 Gilewski Vita Page 1 of 8 Michael John Gilewski Curriculum Vitae Note: Bold text highlights themost significant information. Background Information Personal data Home Address: 604 W KENNETH RD, GLENDALE CA Home Phone: Business Address: Department of PhysicalMedicine & Rehabilitation Loma Linda University Medical Center LOMA LINDA DR #105 LOMA LINDA CA Business Phone: Fax: Education LeMoyne College, Syracuse, NY Fordham University, Bronx, NY 10458, Major: AmericanStudies C. W. Post Center of Long Island University, Brookville, NY 11548, BS Psychology, 1977 (magna cum laude) University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles,CA Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, Specialization: Adult Development and Aging Dissertation: Gilewski, M. J. (1983). Self reported memory functioning in young old and old old age: Structural models of predictive factors (Doctoral dissertation, University of Southern California, 1983). Dissertation Abstracts International, 43, 4170B. APA Approved Internship: Loma Linda VA Medical Center, Professional credentials 1985 LicensedPsychologist, State of California (# PSY 9194) 1986 Listed, National Register of Health Service Providers in Professional Psychology (NHRSPP) 1989 Diplomate in Clinical Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP) 1990 Medicare Provider (ID# CP9194, UPIN# R33643, NPI ) 2006 Diplomate in RehabilitationPsychology, American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP) Significant past credential: Qualified Medical Examinerin ClinicalPsychology,Industrial Medical Council, State of California ( , voluntarychoice toresigndesignation) Therapeutic orientation Cognitive/behavioral and general systems Major academic honors 1971 New York State Regents Scholarship 1975 Academic Scholarship, C. W.Post Center PsiChiHonor Society (psychology) 1977 PhiEta Honor Society (academic) Alumni Awardfor Scholarship & Service,C. W. Post Center Who's Who among Students in American Universities and Colleges 1979 Student ResearchAward, Division20, AmericanPsychologicalAssociation Student ResearchAward, GerontologyResearchInstitute, USC 1981 FrankM. Hughes/National RetiredTeachersAssociationScholarship, USC 1982 Sigma Xi Honor Society (science)
2 Gilewski Vita Page 2 of 8 Major employee honors 1989 "Certificate of Pride in Public Service", VAOPC LA 2001 President s Award for Outstanding Quality Performance, CSMC 2002 RehabilitationExcellence Award, CSMC See Appendix foroldcredentialsandotheremployee honors. Present Professional Position Faculty practice Neuropsychologist, Dept. of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Loma Linda University Medical Center, Loma Linda, CA Practice employer: FacultyPhysicians andsurgeons of Loma Linda UniversitySchoolof Medicine Medical Staff Privileges: Psychologist (Allied Health Professional) Academic appointment: Assistant Clinical Professor, School of Medicine, Dept. of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) Responsibilities 1. Outpatient assessment and treatment for patients requiring neuropsychology, pain management and rehabilitation psychology services 2. Inpatient rehabilitation spinalcordinjury team 3. Training of psychology students, PM&R residents, Pain Management Fellows, andother trainees 4. Assistant Directorof Research, Dept of PM&R (appointment pending) 5. Consultation to medical and rehabilitation staff 6. Occasional medical legal evaluation and expert witness services Committees 1. DepartmentMultidisciplinary PainCommittee (FellowshipProgram, 01/08 present) Societies Fellow, American Psychological Association Fellow, Academyof ClinicalPsychology Fellow, Gerontological Society of America Professional Activity Membership Since: 1979 Fellow, American Psychological Association (APA) Student Affiliate ( ), Member ( ), Fellow (2005) Site Visitor, Office on Accreditation ( ) Member, Division12 (Clinical Psychology; 1989+) Section II (Clinical Geropsychology; Charter Member, 1993+) Fellow, Division20 (Adult Development and Aging; 1984+) Member, Division 22 (Rehabilitation Psychology) Member, Division 40 (Neuropsychology) 1979 Fellow, Gerontological Society of America (GSA) Student Member ( ), Member ( ), Fellow (2004+) Fellow, Behavioral and Social Sciences Section Listed, Expert Panel (2004+) 1993 Fellow, Academy of Clinical Psychology 2004 Member, AmericanCongressofRehabilitationMedicine (ACRM) 2005 Member, American Academy of Pain Management (AAPM) 2008 Member, InternationalAssociationfor the Study of Pain (IASP)
3 Gilewski Vita Page 3 of Member, International Neuropsychological Society (INS) 2008 Member, National Academy of Neuropsychology (NAN) Significant current professional activity Editorial Board, Clinical Gerontologist, D Gallagher & L Thompson (Eds.) Scientific review panel,national Institute on Disability and RehabilitationResearch (NIDRR; 2005 present) Past Peer Review of Scientific Work Ad Hoc Journal Review Aging and Cognition (1995) Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition (1999) Annals of Long termcare (1999) Developmental Psychology ( ) Educational Gerontology (1986) Health and Quality of Life Outcomes ( ) Journal of theamerican Geriatrics Society ( ) Journals of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences ( ) Perceptual and Motor Skills ( ) Psychological Reports (2002) Psychology and Aging ( ) Grant Review Specialreviewerforresearchgrantproposals:SocialScience & HumanitiesResearchCouncilofCanada (1991) Ad hoc reviewer,nimhprogram,behavioralscience TrackAwardfor Rapid Transition (B/START; ) Ad Hoc Book Review Clinical Gerontologist (books andsoftware, ) list of published reviews in Appendix Psychotherapy (books and software, ) PsycCRITIQUES online journal [formerlyjournal of Contemporary Psychology] (books, ) Annual Meeting Program Committee Review APA Divisions (Episodic since 1984): Div. 12 (Clinical), Div 12, Section II (Clinical Geropsychology), Div. 20 (Aging, also for Student Awards), Div. 29 (Psychotherapy) GSABehavioralandSocialSciencesSection (Episodic since 1985) See Appendix forothersignificant past professionalactivity. Clinical Internship Professional Experience APA Approved Internship: Jerry L. Pettis Memorial Veterans Hospital, Loma Linda,CA ( ) Rotations (Supervisors): Health Psychology (LaFaye Sutkin, PhD), Alcohol Treatment Unit (Donald Nessman, PhD), and Inpatient Psychiatry (Michael J. Maskin, PhD, ABPP) Past Professional Positions Research Psychologist, VA Medical Center, Palo Alto, CA (<1 year) Clinical Psychologist and Associate Coordinator, Alcohol Treatment Program, Dept. of Veterans Affairs Outpatient Clinic, Los Angeles,CA (VAOPC LA) (6 years) Neuropsychologist, Dept. of Rehabilitation, Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA (almost 17 years) Also interim positions: therapy supervisor (2 years), department research coordinator (2.5 yrs), and allied health staff privileges as clinical psychologist (charter ). See Appendix for details of employment duties Administrative and program surveyor of medical rehabilitationprograms, CARF (4 years)
4 Gilewski Vita Page 4 of 8 Past Academic Appointments and Part time Positions ClinicalAssistant Professor, GraduateSchoolof Psychology, Fuller TheologicalSeminary, Pasadena, CA Part time, occasional private clinical, forensic and scientific consultation practice in clinical psychology, geropsychology, neuropsychology and rehabilitation Adjunct Assistant Professor, LeonardDavisSchoolofGerontology, USC 1989 Lecturer, Dept. of Psychology, USC Adjunct AssistantProfessorofPsychology, California SchoolofProfessionalPsychology, Los Angeles 1993 Lecturer, Dept. of Psychology, USC ClinicalAssistant/Associate Professor, Dept ofpsychology, USC ClinicalAssistant/Associate Professor, Dept ofgerontology, USC Courses Taught Abnormal Psychology (undergraduate) Neuropsychological Assessment (graduate) Program Evaluation (graduate) Psychology of Adult Development and Aging (graduate and undergraduate) Testing and Measurement of Older Persons (graduate) Administrative Grants 1989 Principal author of proposal, "Expansion of Substance Abuse Program," awarded to VAOPC LA to create an abstinencebased program for cocaine treatment. Funded $240,000/year of recurrent salary funds, increased full time equivalent employees ceiling by 4.1 FTEE, and $60,000 non recurrent supply funds for first year by Dept. of Veterans Affairs Central Office California Kids Plates grantee (#PD7) for professional development funds of $2000 (1 year, non recurring) from the San Diego State University Foundation. Research Grants 1. Co writer of grant for development funds, VAOPC LA, Funded for $20,000 (1 year), VA Health Services Research and Development Program. 2. Zelinski, E. M. (PI), & Gilewski, M. J. (Co PI 5%) ( ). Validation of a test assessing self perception of memory in the elderly, USC. Funded for $20,079 (1 year), AmericanFederation for Aging Research. 3. Clinical investigator/neuropsychologist, ( ). Daniel Giang, MD (local Neurologist PI), Cognition Pharmaceuticals Clinical Trial, A Randomized, Double Blind, Placebo Controlled, Dose Titration Study to Assess the Safety, Tolerability, and Efficacy of C105 in Persons withmultiple Sclerosis withcognitive Impairment, NCT Site Coordinator (10 %) (2007 present). Susan Horn, PhD (PI, University of Utah),Improving Outcomes in Acute Rehabilitation for Traumatic Brain Injury. NICHD grant R01HD (5 years, 9/07 8/12), funded LLU total costs = $475,000. Murray Brandstater, MD (Site PI, LLU). 5. Site Coordinator (5%) (2008 present). John Corrigan, PhD (PI, Ohio State University), Follow up of TBI PBE. NIDRR TBI Model Systems Collaborative grant H133A (5 years, =10/07 9/12), funded LLU total costs = $435,000. Murray Brandstater, MD (Site PI, LLU).
5 Gilewski Vita Page 5 of 8 Publications Zelinski, E. M., Gilewski, M. J., & Thompson, L. W. (1980). Do laboratory tests relate to self assessment of memory ability in the young and old? In L. W. Poon, J. L. Fozard, L. S. Cermak, D. Arenberg, & L. W. Thompson (Eds.), New directions in memory and aging: Proceedings of the George A. Talland Memorial Conference (pp ). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 2. Hedlund, B., Gilewski, M., & Thompson, L. W. (1980). Development of pleasant and unpleasant events schedules for use in treatment of depressed elderly. Unpublished manuscript, University of Southern California, Los Angeles. [Although details of development of the instruments were never published, the work is cited in the literature and instruments were published in D. Gallagher & L. W. Thompson (1981), Depression in the elderly: A behavioral treatment manual. Los Angeles: Univ. of Southern California Press. Also included in HaPI database,see accessionnumbers & ] Gatz, M., Eiler, J., Pearson, C., Gilewski, M., Fuentes, M., Zemansky, M., Emery, C., & Dougherty, L. (1984). Evaluation of a personal emergency response system. In P. K. Robinson, J. Livingston, & J. E. Birren (Eds.), Aging and technological advances (pp ). New York:Plenum Publishing Co. ISBN Zelinski, E. M., Light, L. L., & Gilewski, M. J. (1984). Age differences in memory for prose: The question of sensitivity to passage structure. Developmental Psychology, 20, Gilewski,M. J. (1985). Probable behavioralside effectsofa mercurypreparation. Clinical Gerontologist, 3(4), Gilewski, M. J., Kuppinger, J., & Zarit, S. H. (1985). The aging marital system: A case study in life changes and paradoxical intervention. Clinical Gerontologist, 3(3), Gilewski, M. J. (1986). Group therapy withcognitivelyimpairedolderadults. Clinical Gerontologist, 5, [Also published in T. L. Brink (Ed.), Clinical gerontology: A guide to assessment and intervention (pp ). New York:Haworth Press,1986]. 8. Gilewski, M. J., & Zelinski, E. M. (1986). Questionnaire assessment of memory complaints. In L. W. Poon (Ed.), The handbook for clinical memory assessment of older adults (pp ). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. ISBN Farberow, N. L., Gallagher, D. E., Gilewski, M. J., & Thompson, L. W. (1987). An examination of the early impact of bereavement onpsychological distress in survivors of suicide. Gerontologist, 27, Zelinski, E. M., & Gilewski, M. J. (1988). Memory for prose and aging: A meta analysis. In M. Howe & C. Brainerd (Eds.), Cognitive processes in adulthood (pp ). New York:Springer Verlag. ISBN Zelinski, E. M., & Gilewski, M. J. (1988). Assessment of memory complaints by rating scales and questionnaires. Psychopharmacology Bulletin, 24, Gilewski, M. J., & Zelinski, E. M. (1988). MemoryFunctioning Questionnaire. Psychopharmacology Bulletin, 24, Thompson, L. W., Gallagher, D., Cover, H., Gilewski, M., & Peterson, J. (1989). Effects of bereavement on symptoms of psychopathology in older men and women. In D. Lund (Ed.), Older Bereaved spouses: Research with practical applications (pp ). New York:Hemisphere Publishing Corp. ISBN Futterman, A., Gallagher, D., Thompson, L. W., Lovett, S., & Gilewski, M. (1990). Retrospective assessment of marital
6 Gilewski Vita Page 6 of 8 adjustment and depression during the first two years of spousal bereavement. Psychology and Aging, 5, [Abstract published in Clinician's Research Digest, 1990, 8(12), 4.] 15. Gilewski, M. J., Zelinski, E. M., & Schaie, K. W. (1990). The Memory Functioning Questionnaire for assessment of memory complaints in adulthood and old age. Psychology and Aging, 5, [See also "Correction to Gilewski et al.", Psychology and Aging, 1992, 7, 298.] 16. Gilewski, M. J., Zelinski, E. M., & Schaie, K. W. (1990). The Memory Functioning Questionnaire. [CD ROM]. [ONLINE]. Abstracts from: Knowledge Access, Ovid Technologies. HaPI Item Sussman, S., Horn, J. L., & Gilewski, M. (1990). Cue exposure interventions for alcohol relapse prevention: Need for a memory modification component. International Journal of theaddictions, 25, Zelinski, E. M., Gilewski, M. J., & Anthony Bergstone, C. R. (1990). The Memory Functioning Questionnaire: Concurrent validity with memory performance and self reported memory failures. Psychology and Aging, 5, Gilewski, M. J., Farberow, N. L., Gallagher, D. E., & Thompson, L. W. (1991). Interaction of depression and bereavement on mentalhealthin the elderly. Psychology and Aging, 6, Thompson, L. W., Gallagher Thompson, D., Futterman, A., Gilewski, M. J., & Peterson, J. (1991). The effects of late life spousal bereavement over a 30 month interval. Psychology and Aging, 6, [Reprinted in M. P. Lawton & T. A. Salthouse (Eds., 1998), Essential papers on thepsychology of aging (pp ). NY: New York University Press.] Farberow, N. L., Gallagher Thompson, D., Gilewski, M., & Thompson, L. (1992). The role of social supports in the bereavement of surviving spouses of suicide and natural deaths. Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior, 22, [Also published in A. A. Leenaars, R. W. Maris, J. L. McIntosh, & J. Richman (Eds. 1992). Suicide and the older adult. New York: Guilford.] 22. Farberow, N. L., Gallagher Thompson, D., Gilewski, M., & Thompson, L. W. (1992). Changes in grief and mental health of bereaved spouses of older suicides. Journals of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 47, P Seaman, B., Roberts, P., Gilewski, M., & Nagai, J. (1993, March April). Clinic to the real world: Community reintegration of head injured patients. Journal of Cognitive Rehabilitation, 11(2), Zelinski, E. M., Gilewski, M. J., & Schaie, K. W. (1993). Individual differences in cross sectional and 3 year longitudinal memory performanceacrosstheadult lifespan. Psychology and Aging, 8, Gilewski, M. J., & Zelinski, E. M. (1995). Loss and grief. In A. E. Dell Orto & R. P. Marinelli (Eds.), Encyclopedia of disability and rehabilitation (pp ). NY: Macmillan. ISBN 13: Zelinski, E. M., & Gilewski, M. J. (2003). Effects of demographic and health variables on Rasch scaled cognitive scores. Journal of Aging and Health, 15, Zelinski, E. M., & Gilewski, M. J. (2004). A 10 item Rasch modeled memory self efficacy scale. Aging and Mental Health, 8, Roberts, P. S., Vegher, J. A., Gilewski, M, Bender, A., & Riggs, R. V. (2005). Client centered occupational therapy using constraintinduced therapy. Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases, 14,
7 Gilewski Vita Page 7 of Gilewski, M. J., Roberts, P., Hirata, J., & Riggs, R. V. (2007). Discriminating high fall risk on an inpatient rehabilitation unit. Rehabilitation Nursing, 32, Riggs, R, Andrews, K., Roberts, P., & Gilewski,M. (2007). Visual deficit interventions in adult stroke and brain injury: A systematic review. American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 86, Granger, C. V., Gilewski, M., & Carlin, M. (2009). Measures of functional performance. In E. Mpofu and T. Oakland (Eds.), Assessment in rehabilitation and health. Boston:Prentice Hall. ISBN Scientific andprofessional presented papers 56 papers/posters presented at scientific and professional meetings (29 as first author) list available upon request. Summary: Primary Topic A. Geropsychology (Aging) Most memory, cognition, methods, and bereavement B. Rehabilitation Psychology Most rehabilitation program outcome studies C. OtherClinical Psychology Most psychotherapy, practice, and alcoholism D. Other Research Methods Rasch Measurement and evidence based practice Number of Papers Total = 33 Total = 13 Total = 8 Total = 2 Current Research present Site Coordinator (10 %) Susan Horn, PhD (PI, University of Utah), Improving Outcomes in Acute Rehabilitation for Traumatic Brain Injury. NICHD funded research. Murray Brandstater,MD, Site PI present Site Coordinator (5 %) John Corrigan, PhD (PI, Ohio State University), Follow up of TBI PBE. NIDRR funded research. Murray Brandstater, MD, Site PI. 3. Jan 2009 Roberts, P. S., Riggs, R. V., Michael Gilewski, M. Utilizing a comorbidity index to predict risk of medical transfer of stroke patients from inpatient rehabilitation. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Submitted for publication. Available upon request: Personal References Appendix information: o Former certifications o Other employee honors o Othersignificant pastprofessionalactivity o Former CSMC employee responsibilities o Presented papers o Published reviews o Newsletter articles o Invited professional lectures o Conferences organized o Interviews/quotations
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