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Chief Operating Officer Automated Medical Products Corp.

BS, Furman University., 1960; MA in Biology, Wake Forest University (Admitted to Candidacy), 1963 and Temple University, 1967; PhD in Physiology, Dental School, University of MD, 1972.

Commissioned First Lieutenant, U.S. Army, 1960, advanced through grades to lieutenant Colonel (Ret) 1980; Research Instructor Hanemann Medical College, Philadelphia, 1967-68; Section Leader, Experimental Medicine Division Biomedical Lab, Edgewood Arsenal, MD, 1967-68; Instructor Anatomy, Medical School, University of MD, Baltimore, 1970-77; Section Leader, Experimental Medicine Division, U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine, Natick, Mass., 1973-76; Deputy Director, U.S. Army Medical Intelligence and Information Agency, Fort Detrick, MD, 1976-80; Director of International Health Affairs, Department of Defense, Washington, DC, 1980-84; Chief Plans, Operations, Training and Security, Second General Hospital, Germany, 1984-87; Medical Coordinator for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Washington, DC 1987-90; National Disaster Medical System Staff Director (Board of Governors), National Council International Health, 1980-90; Consultant and Special Assistant to the President, Bio-Technology General Corp., Iselin, NJ, 1991-99; Chief Operating Officer, NeuroSurgical International, 1995–; Chief Operating Officer, M/D Frontiers, Springfield, VA, 1990–; pres. Automated Med. Products, Inc., Springfield, Va., 1990–; Chief Executive Officer, Automated Med. Products Corp., 1997–pres.; Owner Asuahwae, LLC Delaware, 1999–pres., Vice President Automated Systems, 1991–; Associate Director Research National Study Center for Shock Trauma and Emergency Medicine, University of MD; U.S. Member International Committee Military Medicine and Pharmacy, 1981-87, U.S. Military Member Joint Civil/Mil. Medical Working Group U.S., NATO, 1981–84; Member Program Planning Committee, International Assembly Emergency Medical Services, Baltimore 1984; Congressional Lobbyist; Consultant in Emergency Medical Field Contribute articles to medical journals; published books in the field of Philately. Commissioner Explorer Scouts, Natick, Mass., 1975-76; Trustee, Cardinal Spellman Philatelic Museum, Weston, Mass., 1980-97. Decorated, Meritorious Service medal with oak leaf clusters, Legion of Merit; Recipient gold medal, Reserve Officers Assn., 1960. Member Electron Microscopy Society of America, American Stamp Dealers Assn., Central Atlantic Stamp Dealers Assn. (President 1977-81), Research and Engineering Society of America, Baltimore Philatelic Soc., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Xi. Office Phone: 732-602-7717. Personal E-mail:


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For Immediate Release:
Doha, Qatar 6 December 2011:
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