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Nyack Class of 55 pencil

College/Medical School Highlights - B.A., Biology, 1964, High Honors, St. Mary's University, San Antonio, Texas
M.D., 1968, The University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas.
Rotating Internship Herrman Hospital, Houston, Texas
Radiology Residency, University of Texas at Houston, 1969-1972
Combined Program - M.D. Anderson Tumor Institute, Texas Children's Hospital, St. Joseph's Hospital, Herrman Hospital

Military Highlights - U.S. Army Medical Corps, Medical Technologist at Fort Sam Houston, Texas; Specialist 5, 1958-1961. Captain, U.S. Air Force Reserve, Ellington A.F.B., Texas; Flight Surgeon, 1969-1972.

Marriage and Family Highlights - My family was caught behind the Iron Curtain in 1945 (East Germany). We fled to West Berlin (British Zone) in November 1945. We immigrated to the U.S.A. in 1952 and I attended Nyack High School from 1952 until graduation in 1955.
I married Ann C. Nimtz of Longview, Texas 33 years ago. Our three children are Jeffery Scott, Eric Sean, and Erika Michelle.

Jeffrey Scott, 30, received his B.A. in Hotel Management from Northeastern State University, Talequah, Oklahoma.

Eric Sean, deceased in January 1994, received his B.A. Business, from Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma.

Erika Michelle, 26, received her B.A. History/Economics from the University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Oklahoma. She also has an associate degree in Computer Science from OSU/OKC, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Career Highlights - Licensed to practice medicine in Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas.
Board Certified in Radiology in 1973.
Member of Radiology Associates, Oklahoma City, OK from 1972 through the present. Became a Senior Partner in 1976. Also, Vice-President of Publications, 1975 to present.
Associate Radiologist, Deaconess Hospital, Oklahoma City, OK from 1972 to present.
Chief of Radiology, Deaconess Hospital from 1989 to 1999.
Associate Radiologist, Baptist Medical Center, Oklahoma City, OK from 1972 to present.
Lecturer in Radiology, University of Oklahoma Sciences Center, 1972 through 1975.
Consulting Radiologist, Oklahoma City Zoo, 1973 through 1980.
Consulting Radiologist, Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, 1973 through 1977
Fellowship in the American College of Physicians in 1985
Fellowship in the American College of Radiology in 1985
Fellowship of Breast Imaging in 1992
I am in charge of teaching Mammography to Baptist Medical Center Radiologists since 1972. I do 24 formal lectures a year, along with Mock Boards to Senior Residents.
Fellowships in Mammography allow me to study with Dr. Lazslo Taber, Falen, Sweden in 1990, 1992, and 1994.

Major Fields if Interest in Radiology
ammography, Special Procedures (Fine Needle Biopsy) and other Interventional Procedures.
C.A.T. Scanning, M.R.I. scanning - Extremities

Memberships and Offices held
American Medical Association
Oklahoma State Medical Association
Oklahoma County Medical Association
Southern Medical Association
Post Graduate Medical Assembly of South Texas American College of Radiology
American College of Physicians
Radiological Society of North America
Oklahoma State Radiological Society - Treasurer, Secretary, Vice-President, and President; Councilor and Alternate Councilor to the American College of Radiology; Fellowship Committee; Chairman, Technologists Advisory Committee.
Greater Oklahoma City Radiological Society
American College of Radiology - Manpower Committee
American College of Imaging
American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine
Society of Breast Imaging - Fellowship Guidance Committee

Hospital Committees - Baptist Medical Center, Library Committee, Chairman; Emergency Room Committee.
Deaconess Hospital, Emergency Room Committee; Cancer Committee; Angiography Committee, Co-Chairman.
Publications, Lectures, Panels, and Exhibitions

Since 1973 I have authored or co-authored over fourteen papers related to radiology, mammography, breast cancer, and related topics. I have also lectured at more that fourteen conferences and meeting, in addition to being on several panels and exhibition presentations. These also were related to breast cancer and imaging techniques.

Television Appearances
I have appeared on television several times for Danny's Day (Channel 4, NBC). Discussed Mammography and Breast Cancer Detection. Also made multiple appearances on Channel 9, CBS. These have always been related to Breast Cancer Detection and Cure.

Civic Activities - Colonel, Confederate Air Force
Boy Scouts of America, Advisory Board of Directors, Last Frontier Council, Oklahoma City, OK.
Scout Master - Troop 345, Edmund, OK ((1973-1987); Fully trained in all aspects of scouting
National Boy Scout Jamboree - Scout Master, Troop 824, Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia (1983); Physician in Charge, South Central Region (1985)

Awards - Boy Scouts of America, Silver Beaver Award, 1984; Who's Who in the World, 1992

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