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I. free casino slots games download CURRENT AND RECENT EMPLOYMENT AND ACADEMIC POSITIONS
         ►Principal, Witt Public Health Group (Briarcliff Manor, NY), May 2015-
         ►Public Health Doctoral Student, Walden University (Minneapolis, MN), Jun. 2008-
                      DOCTORAL DISSERTATION: Living with Multiple Sclerosis (Spring 2015-)
                      DESIGN & ANALYSIS OF COMMUNITY TRIALS (Fall 2014)
                      HEALTH PROMOTION & EDUCATION INTERVENTIONS (Fall 2013)
                      PUBLIC HEALTH POLICY DESIGN & IMPLEMENTATION (Winter 2012)
                      PUBLIC CAMPAIGNS FOR HEALTH PROMOTION & EDUCATION (Summer 2012)
                      QUALITATIVE REASONING & ANALYSIS (Spring 2012)
                      MILESTONE 4 DOCTORAL RESIDENCY (Winter 2011)
                      VIRTUAL DOCTORAL RESIDENCY (Fall 2011)
                      QUANTITATIVE REASONING & ANALYSIS (Summer 2011)
                      ORGANIZING COMMUNITY ACTION FOR HEALTH PROMOTION (Spring 2011)
                       RESEARCH THEORY (Winter 2010)
                      AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION RESIDENCY (Fall 2010)
                      PUBLIC HEALTH INFORMATICS (Fall 2010)
                      ADMINISTRATION & LEADERSHIP OF PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAMS (Summer 2010)
                       AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION RESIDENCY (Summer 2010)
                      MILESTONE 3 DOCTORAL RESIDENCY (Spring 2010)
                      PROMOTING POPULATION HEALTH (Spring 2010)
                      PROGRAM DESIGN, PLANNING, & EVALUATION (Winter 2009)
                      RESEARCH IN PUBLIC HEALTH (Winter 2009)
                      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH (Fall 2009)
                      HEALTH POLICY & MANAGEMENT (Fall 2009)
                      MILESTONE 2 DOCTORAL RESIDENCY (Summer 2009)
                      SOCIAL, BEHAVIORAL, & CULTURAL FACTORS IN PUBLIC HEALTH (Summer 2009)
                      EPIDEMIOLOGY (Spring 2009)
                      MILESTONE 1 DOCTORAL RESIDENCY (Spring 2009)
                      BIOSTATISTICS (Winter 2008)
                      LEADERSHIP, PROFESSIONALISM, & ETHICS (Winter 2008)
                      ESSENTIALS OF PUBLIC HEALTH (Fall 2008)
                      PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNICATION IN PUBLIC HEALTH (Fall 2008)
                      STUDENT READINESS ORIENTATION (Summer 2008)

           ►President/Owner, Affiliated Computer Services (Bronx, NY), May 2011-Mar. 2015
           ►Senior Scientist, All Computer Services (New Rochelle, NY), Jan. 2007-Mar. 2011
           ►Biology Graduate Student, St. John’s University (Jamaica, NY), Jan. 2004-Dec. 2006
                      ▪ CELL BIOLOGY (Fall 2006)
                      ▪ MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (Spring 2006)
                      ▪ NEUROPHYSIOLOGY (Fall 2005)
                      ▪ COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN THE LIFE SCIENCES (Fall 2004)
                      ▪ LABORATORY TECHNIQUES AND APPLICATIONS (Fall 2004)
                      ▪ BIOCHEMISTRY (Spring 2004)
                      ▪  ENDOCRINOLOGY (Spring 2004)
          ►Biology Teaching Fellow, St. John’s University (Jamaica, NY), Jan. 2004-Mar. 2006
                      ▪ FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOLOGY LABORATORY (2005-2006)
                      ▪ BIOCHEMISTRY LABORATORY (2004-2005)
          ►Chemistry Workshop Leader, Lehman Science Learning Center (Bronx, NY), Aug. 2003-May 2006

                     ▪ GENERAL CHEMISTRY WORKSHOP (2003-2005)
                     ▪ ORGANIC CHEMISTRY WORKSHOP (2003-2006)

          ►Private Chemistry Tutor, September 2000-August 2005
          ►Chemistry Adjunct Lecturer, Lehman College (Bronx, NY), June 2003-July 2004
                     Lecture
                    ▪ ESSENTIALS OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY (2003)
                   Laboratories
                    ▪ ESSENTIALS OF GENERAL CHEMISTRY (2003-2004)
                    ▪ ESSENTIALS OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY (2003-2004)
                    ▪ ORGANIC CHEMISTRY (2003)

II. PREVIOUS PRIMARY EMPLOYMENT
         ►Computer Consultant, All Computer Services (ACS) (New Rochelle, NY) September 1988-May 2003
         ►Computer Salesperson, ValCom Computer Center (Elmsford, NY)
                       July 1986-September 1988
         ►Computer Sales Assistant, Programs Unlimited (Scarsdale, NY)
                       September 1984-June 1986
         ►Emergency Road Service Receptionist and Dispatcher, AAA (New York, NY)
                        October 1983-August 1984
         ►Stock Boy, A&P (Yonkers, NY)
                        July 1983-September 1983
         ►Assistant Librarian, Fordham Preparatory School (Bronx, NY)
                       September 1978-December 1981

III. PREVIOUS SUPPLEMENTARY EMPLOYMENT
         ►Private Physics Tutor
         ►Private Economics Tutor
         ►Private Algebra Tutor

IV. EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
         ►Walden University (Minneapolis, MN), 2008-
         ►St. John’s University (Jamaica, NY), 2004-2007
         ►City University of New York (New York, NY), 2003-2004
         ►University of New England (Biddeford, ME), 2002-2003
         ►Lehman College (Bronx, NY), 2000-2002
         ►Westchester Community College (Valhalla, NY), 2000
         ►Rio Salado College (Tempe, AZ), 1999-2000
         ►New York Medical College Graduate School of Health Sciences
             (Valhalla, NY), 1989-1992; 1996-1999
                     -M.S., 1999, Health Policy and Management
                     -M.P.H., 1992, General Public Health (Biostatistics)
                     -3.9 GPA
         ►New York College of Podiatric Medicine (NYCPM) (New York, NY), 1992-1997
         Fordham University (Bronx, NY), 1984-1989
                     -B.S., 1989, General Science (Chemistry), 3.5 GPA
         ►New York University (NYU) (New York, NY), 1982-1983
         ►Queens College (Flushing, NY), 1982
         ►Fordham Preparatory School (Bronx, NY), 1978-1982
                     
-Diploma, 1982, 3.6 GPA
         ►St. Lucy’s School (Bronx, NY), 1971-1978
         ►P.S. 89 (Bronx, NY), 1970-1971

V. SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
         ►Neuroscience
                  ▪ Neurotoxicology of Acetylethyltetramethyltetralin (AETT) in a Rodent Model
                                   Laboratory of Louis D. Trombetta, Ph.D.
                                   St. John’s University (Jamaica, NY)
                                   May 2005-December 2005
         ►Cancer
                  ▪ Cellular Responses to Stress
                                   Laboratory of Timothy H. Carter, Ph.D.
                                   North Shore LIJ (Manhasset, NY)September 2005-May 2006
                  ▪ Transcription Factors in Breast Cancer
                                   Laboratory of Laura M. Schramm, Ph.D.
                                   St. John’s University (Jamaica, NY)
                                   October 2004-January 2005; April-May 2005
                  ▪ In Vitro Study of Temozolomide as a Cytotoxic Agent in the Treatment of Acute Leukemias
                                   Laboratory of H. Dorota Halicka, M.D., Ph.D.
                                   Brander Cancer Research Institute (Hawthorne, NY)
October 2001-November 2002
         ►Cell Death
                  ▪ A Study of Apoptosis in Embryonic Zebra fish
                                   Laboratory of Richard A. Lockshin, Ph.D.
                                   St. John’s University (Jamaica, NY)
                                   June 2004-October 2004
         ►Sickle Cell Disease
                  ▪ Lifespan Comparisons in NY1KO and BERK Sickle Cell Mice
                  ▪ Correction of Sickle Cell Disease in Transgenic Mouse Models by Gene Therapy
                                   Laboratory of Mary E. Fabry, Ph.D.
                                   Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Bronx, NY)
                                   June 2001-September 2001; December 2001
        ►Organic Chemistry
                  ▪ Steric and Electronic Effects upon Stereochemistry of Nucleophilic
                   Addition to Carbonyl Compounds
                   Laboratory of Andrzej S. Cieplak, Ph.D.
                   Fordham University (Bronx, NY)
                   June 1986-August 1986

VI. SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS
        ►CURRENT OPINION IN HEMATOLOGY 2003;10(2): 99-107
                  An Emerging Role for Nitric Oxide in Sickle Cell Disease Vascular
                  Homeostasis and Therapy
                  Fabry ME, Witt WM, Suzuka SM

Nitric oxide participates in the compensatory response to chronic vascular injury in patients with sickle cell disease. The authors have found reductions of basal and stimulated nitric oxide production and responses to exogenous nitric oxide in male patients with sickle cell disease. Gender differences in nitric oxide bioavailability are probably caused in part by the protective effects of ovarian estrogen on nitric oxide synthase expression and activity in women. Further, in men, and likely all patients during vaso-occlusive crisis and the acute chest syndrome, nitric oxide is destroyed by increased circulating plasma hemoglobin and superoxide. The combined effects of inhaled nitric oxide gas of improving pulmonary ventilation to perfusion matching and hemodynamics, reducing alveolar and systemic inflammation, and inhibiting circulating plasma hemoglobin (and thus restoring peripheral nitric oxide bioavailability) may modulate the course of the disease, including the frequency and severity of vaso-occlusive crises and acute chest syndrome episodes. Possible effects of chronic nitric oxide-based therapies on erythrocyte density, pulmonary artery pressures, and fetal hemoglobin induction deserve study.

        ►BLOOD 2001;98(11):750a
        Impact of HbF and Gender on Mean Survival Time of NY1KO Sickle Transgenic Mice
        Expressing Exclusively Human Hemoglobins
        Mary E. Fabry1, William M. Witt2, Sandra M. Suzuka1, Ronald L. Nagel1
         1Medicine, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY, USA
       2Chemistry, Lehman College, Bronx, NY, USA

We have recently reported on mice expressing exclusively human sickle hemoglobin with three levels of HbF using our previously described sickle constructs [co-integrated humanminiLCR α2 and miniLCR ß³], mouse α -and β-globin-knockouts, and three different human ϓ -transgenes (Blood 97: 410, 2001). Mice with the least adult HbF expression were the most severe. Progressive increase in HbF from <3% to 20% to 40% (which are called NY1KO-ϓL, -ϓM, and –ϓH, respectively) correlated with progressive increase in hematocrit (22% to 34% to 40%) and progressive decrease in reticulocyte count (from 60% to 30% to 13%). We report here Kaplan-Meier mean survival times. NY1KO mice with least adult HbF had the shortest mean survival and higher levels of HbF resulted in progressively longer mean survival (45± 4, 194 ± 32, and 368± 34 days, mean ± standard error; n=8, 14, and 22 that died of natural causes, for ϓH, respectively; log rank p<5×10-10). In each class, an approximately equal number of mice were withdrawn from the calculation due to sacrifice for experimentation. In the NY1KO-ϓM group, only males had a shorter survival (male vs. female, 111 ± 40 days, n=8 males and 6 females, respectively, log rank p<0.04).The short survival of males is particularly significant since it excludes the effects of HbF because all -ϓM mice express the same transgenes and have the same level of HbF expression. Mean survival time reflects the cumulative effects of multiple forms of organ damage and risk of acute ischemic events. The results dramatically illustrate the protective effects of HbF on the transgenic sickle mouse phenotype. The effect is magnified over that observed in humans due to the respectively homogeneous genetic background onto which the three ϓ-constructs were introduced (that is, the same NY1 transgene and C57BLmouse background). The results for NY1KO-ϓM mice, which have F-Cells, also reproduce another aspect of human sickle cell disease; that is, greater severity of the disease in males. We conclude that, because gender has no effect on the level of HbF in this mouse model, the increased severity in male NY1KO-ϓMmice is due to factors that are different from those that regulate HbF.

        ►SCIENCE 2001;294(5550):2268
                  My mentor, Dr. Fabry, was third author of the leading research demonstrating
successful correction of sickle cell disease by gene therapy in a murine model
published in the prestigious journal Science.  

VII. SCIENTIFIC MEETING PRESENTATION
        ►43rd Annual American Society of Hematology Meeting and Exposition
                  Orlando, Florida, December 10, 2001
                  Abstract # 3123
                  Impact of HbF and Gender on Mean Survival Time of NY1KO Sickle Transgenic Mice
                  Expressing Exclusively Human Hemoglobins

VIII. SELECT MEETINGS ATTENDED
        ►MS Hope for a Cure Day (June 2018)
        ►Theories and Theorists (December 2016)
        ►Library Tips for the Literature Review (November 2016)
        ►Writing for Social Change: Exploring Perspectives (October 2016)
        ►Medical Research: Finding Articles by Type (September 2016)
        ►Ampyra, the Walking Pill (September 2016)
        ►MS Patient Support Group (Tuesdays, 2015-6)
        ►Active Voices: Tysabri® (April 2013)
        ►MS: Mythbusters (November 2010)
        ►Delivering a Dynamic Presentation (August 2010)
        ►Understanding Professional Liability Concerns Facing Scientific Consultants (June 2010)
        ►Anti-Myelin Antibodies Modulate Clinical Expression of Childhood MS (June 2010)
        ►ACS Webinar: Effective Technical Writing (June 2010)
        ►Multiple Sclerosis—A Psychiatric Perspective (May 2010)
        ►Multiple Sclerosis: Looking toward the Future (May 2010)
        ►2010 National MS Society NYC-Southern NY Chapter Annual Meeting (February 2010)
        ►MS Care in the Next Decade (January 2010)
        ►Changing the Future: New Trends in MS Research and Treatment (October 2009)
        ►Annual Research Symposium 2009: Hot Topics in MS Research (September 2009)
        ►2008 Annual National MS Society Symposium (September 2008)
        ►Exploring MS Therapies (September 2006)
        ►Structure Guided Drug Discovery with Molecular Modeling,
            Sponsored by the CAChe Group, Fujitsu (August 2003)
        ►Excel 2000, New Horizons Computer Learning Centers (July 2002)
        ►43rd Annual American Society of Hematology Meeting and Exposition (December 2001)
        ►12th Annual Health Careers Conference and Recruitment Fair (January 2001)
        ►Advanced Windows 95, New Horizons Computer Learning Centers (April 1997)
        ►American Institute of Science and Technology of the City of New York,
            40th School Science Fair (March-April 1978)

IX. VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCES
        ►MS Walk (New York, NY)
                  April 2016, April 2011, April 2010
        ►Einstein Cancer Community Outreach Program (Bronx, NY)
                  June 2001-May 2002
        ►Calvary Hospital (Bronx, NY), an Advanced Cancer Care Facility
                  September 1989-September 1990
        ►Einstein-Weiler Hospital (Bronx, NY), a Pediatric AIDS Ward
                  September 1987-August 1988
        ►Beth Abraham Hospital (Bronx, NY), a Nursing and Rehabilitation Facility
                  June 1982-September 1984
        ►Cub Scouts Pack (Bronx, NY), Boy Scouts of America
                  November 1973-April 1976
        ►St. Lucy’s (Bronx, NY), a Roman Catholic Church
                  September 1973-June 1975
        ►P.S. 89 (Bronx, NY), a Local Public School
                  October 1970-May 1971

X. SELECT PAPERS, THESES, AND PRESENTATIONS
        ►Continuity of Care in Multiple Sclerosis (2016)
        ►Lived Experiences and Barriers to Accessing Care for Multiple Sclerosis Patients (2016)
        ►An Evaluation of Coalition on Multiple Sclerosis, and Impact on Patient Care (2016)
        ►Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Coalition (2015)
        ►Improving Adherence with FDA-approved MS Drug Therapy thru Social Support (2012)
        ►Qualitative Research: Use of a Socioecological Approach (2011)
        ►Correlation and Regression with SPSS (2011)
        ►ANOVA (2011)
        ►Non-Parametric Tests: Chi-Square with SPSS (2011)
        ►Tertiary Prevention of Multiple Sclerosis (2011)
        ►Should Government Pay for Helping the Sick (2011)
        ►Theories and Theorists (2010)
        ►Public Health Informatics: Tertiary Prevention of Multiple Sclerosis (2010)
        ►Electronic Reporting Data System (2010)
        ►Spinal-Fluid Test is Found to Predict Alzheimer’s (2010)
        ►The Montefiore Smoking Cessation Program Project (2010)
        Research Manuscript about Smoking (2010)
        ►Safety and Efficacy of Water Fluoridation (2009)
        ►Growing Pains for fMRI (2008)
        ►What we can do and what we cannot do with fMRI (2008)
        ►The Antidepressant Fluoxetine Restores Plasticity in the Adult Visual Cortex (2008)
        ►Proteomic Analysis of Active Multiple Sclerosis Lesions Reveals Therapeutic Targets (2008)
        ►Apoptosis of Oligodendrocytes via Fas and TNF-R1 is a Key Event in the Induction of EAE (2006)
        ►Obesity, Cigarette Smoking, and Telomere Length in Women (2006)
        ►Therapeutic Silencing of an Endogenous Gene by Systemic Administration of Modified siRNAs (2006)
        ►The Effect of Immunization with Myelin Basic Protein after Spinal Cord Injury in Rats (2005)
        ►How to Clone a Gene (2004)
        ►Growth Hormone Therapy and Aging (2004)
        ►Regulation of Mitochondrial and Microsomal Phospholipid Synthesis by L-FABP (2004)
        ►Estradiol, CCK, and Weight Gain (2002)
        ►DNA as Target of an Anticancer Drug: How Mitomycin Works on the Molecular Level (2002)
        ►Sickle Cell Disease: A Molecular Disease Amenable to Gene Therapy (2002)
        ►Environmental Tobacco Smoke: A Summary of the 1992 EPA Report (2002)
        ►La Methode Numerique (2001)
        ►Lifespan Comparisons in NY1KO and BERK Sickle Cell Mice (2001)
        ►Taxol: A Light in the Forest (2000)
        ►DRG Hospital Reimbursement for MVC Patients by Anatomical Injury Region (1996)
        ►Human Neurological Reflex Pathways (1993)
        ►Calvary Hospital: Its Organization and Management (1992)
        ►The Use of Physical and Chemical Restraints in Long-Term Care Facilities (1992)
        ►Hospice: The Findings of JCAH’s Hospice Project and HCFA’s National Hospice Study (1992)
        ►Improving the Management of the Neurosurgical Service at Montefiore Hospital (1992)
        ►The Role of the Physician in the Care of Patients with Potentially Terminal Illnesses (1992)
        ►Profile of the Trauma Suicide Patient (1991)
        ►AIDS and Homosexual Behavior in the Early Years of the Epidemic:
            Has the Disease Prompted Behavioral Change among Homosexuals? (1990)
        ►AIDS: What Is It? What Will it Cost? How Will the Bill be Paid? (1989)
        ►Surrogate Motherhood: An Ethical Evaluation (1987)
        ►A Moral Issue Raised by AIDS: Refusal of Treatment by Health Care Professionals (1987)
        ►Symmetric vs. Asymmetric Projectile Motion (1986)
        ►Hydroponics: Growing Pea Plants in Aqueous Media (1978)
        ►Regeneration in Planarian Flatworms and Salamanders (1978)
        ►Arithmetic Unit: Building A Working Digital Computer (1978)

XI. SELECT COURSES TAKEN
        ►Anthropology
                  ▪ INTRODUCTION TO ARCHEOLOGY (NYU, 1983)
        ►Basic Medical Sciences
                  ▪ BACTERIOLOGY (NYCPM, 1993)
                  ▪ BIOCHEMISTRY (NYCPM, 1994)
                  ▪ CELL BIOLOGY/HISTOLOGY (NYCPM, 1993)
                  ▪ GENERAL ANATOMY (NYCPM, 1993)
                  ▪ IMMUNOLOGY (NYCPM, 1993)
                  ▪ INFECTIOUS DISEASES (NYCPM, 1994)
                  ▪ NEUROSCIENCE (NYCPM, 1993)
                  ▪ PATHOLOGY (NYCPM, 1994)
                  ▪ PHARMACOLOGY (NYCPM, 1996)
                  ▪ PHYSIOLOGY (NYCPM, 1993)
        ►Biochemistry
                  ▪ BIOCHEMISTRY (Prep, 1982)
                  ▪ MEDICAL BIOCHEMISTRY (Univ. of New England, 2003)
       ►Biology
                  ▪ BIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS (Fordham, 1984)
                  ▪ BIOLOGY (Prep, 1979)
                  ▪ BIOLOGY SEMINAR I (Lehman, 2000)
                  ▪ BIOLOGY SEMINAR II (Lehman, 2002)
                  ▪.GENERAL BIOLOGY 1 (Westchester, 2000)
                  ▪ GENERAL BIOLOGY 2 (Westchester, 2000)
                  ▪ GENETICS (Lehman, 2002)
                  ▪ HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I (Rio, 1999)
                  ▪ HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II (Rio, 1999)
                  ▪ ZOOLOGY (Fordham, 1985)
       ►Chemistry
                  ▪ ADVANCED SEMINAR IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY (CUNY, 2004)
                  ▪ CHEMICAL INFORMATION SOURCES (CUNY, 2004)
                  ▪ CHEMISTRY (Prep, 1980)
                  ▪ CHEMISTRY SEMINAR I (Lehman, 2000)
                  ▪ CHEMISTRY SEMINAR II (Lehman, 2002)
                  ▪ GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1 (Lehman, 2000)
                  ▪ GENERAL CHEMISTRY 2 (Lehman, 2000)
                  ▪ INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS (Fordham, 1987)
                  ▪ INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY (Queens, 1982)
                  ▪ ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 1 (Lehman, 2000)
                  ▪ ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 2 (Lehman, 2000)
                  ▪ PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY I (Fordham, 1986)
                  ▪ PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY II (Fordham, 1986)
        ►Civics
                  ▪ AMERICAN HISTORY (Prep, 1981)
                  ▪ DEVELOPMENT OF MODERN AMERICA (Fordham, 1986)
                  ▪ THE U.S. CONGRESS (Fordham, 1987)
       ►Clinical Medical Sciences
                ▪ DERMATOLOGY (NYCPM, 1996)
                ▪ EMERGENCY MEDICINE (NYCPM, 1994)
                ▪ GENERAL ANESTHESIOLOGY (NYCPM, 1994)
                ▪ INTERNAL MEDICINE (NYCPM, 1996)
                ▪ NEUROLOGY (NYCPM, 1996)
                ▪ NUTRITION (NYCPM, 1997)
                ▪ PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT (NYCPM, 1996)
                ▪ SURGICAL PRINCIPLES (NYCPM, 1994)
       ►Clinical Medicine
                ▪ ORTHOPEDICS CLINICAL CLERKSHIP (NYCPM, 1997)
                ▪ PHYSICAL MEDICINE CLERKSHIP (NYCPM, 1997)
                  ▪ PRIMARY PODIATRIC CARE CLERKSHIP (NYCPM, 1997)
       ►Computer Science
                  ▪ COMPUTER SCIENCE (Prep, 1982)
                  ▪ COMPUTERS IN HEALTH SCIENCES (NYMC, 1989)
                  ▪.FORTRAN PROGRAMMING (Fordham, 1989)
                  ▪ HEALTH CARE INFORMATION SYSTEMS (NYMC, 1992)
                  ▪ STATISTICAL PACKAGES (NYMC, 1989)
       ►Economics
                  ▪ BASIC MACROECONOMICS (Fordham, 1986)
                  ▪ ECONOMICS (Prep, 1982)
                  FUNDAMENTALS OF MICROECONOMICS (Fordham, 1987)
                  ▪ HEALTH ECONOMICS (NYMC, 1989)
                  ▪ HEALTHCARE COST CONTAINMENT (NYMC, 1990)
                ▪ INTRO ECONOMICS (Queens, 1982)
       ►Foreign Languages
                  ▪ GERMAN I (Prep, 1979)
                  ▪ GERMAN II (Prep, 1980)
                  ▪ GERMAN III (Prep, 1981)
                  ▪ INTERMEDIATE GERMAN 1 (NYU, 1982)
                  ▪ INTERMEDIATE GERMAN 2 (Fordham, 1986)
                  ▪ LATIN I (Prep, 1980)
                  ▪ LATIN II (Prep, 1981)
                  ▪ LATIN III (Prep, 1982)
                  ▪ SPANISH (St. Lucy’s, 1978)
                  ▪ TEXTS IN GERMAN LITERATURE (Fordham, 1987)
       ►Health Sciences
                  ▪ FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION OF HEALTH DELIVERY (NYMC, 1990)
                  ▪ HEALTH (Prep, 1979)
                  ▪ HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS (NYMC, 1990)
                  ▪ HOSPITAL ORGANIZATION (NYMC, 1992)
                  ▪ INTRODUCTION TO EPIDEMIOLOGY (NYMC, 1990)
                  ▪ LONG TERM CARE (NYMC, 1992)
                  ▪ MASTER’S THESIS IN HEALTH POLICY (NYMC, 1996)
                  ▪ MEDICAL RECORDS (NYMC, 1990)
                  ▪ PUBLIC HEALTH AND PREVENTIVE MEDICINE (NYMC, 1990)
                  ▪ QUALITY MANAGEMENT (NYMC, 1992)
                  ▪ RESEARCH METHODOLOGY (NYCPM, 1993)
         ►Mathematics
                  ▪ BASIS OF BIOSTATISTICS (NYMC, 1990)
                  ▪ CALCULUS 1 (Fordham, 1985)
                  ▪ CALCULUS 2 (Fordham, 1985)
                  ▪ CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY (Queens, 1982)
                  ▪ INTERMEDIATE BIOSTATISTICS I (NYMC, 1990)
                  ▪ INTERMEDIATE BIOSTATISTICS II (NYMC, 1991)
                  ▪ INTRO TO BIOSTATISTICS (NYMC 1989)
                  ▪ INTRO TO EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN (NYMC, 1991)
                  ▪ MASTER’S THESIS IN BIOSTATISTICS (NYMC, 1991)
                  ▪ MODERN ALGEBRA (Prep, 1979)
                  ▪ MODERN ALGEBRA AND TRIGONOMETRY (Prep, 1981)
                  ▪ MODERN GEOMETRY (Prep, 1980)
                  ▪ PRE-CALCULUS (Prep, 1982)
                  ▪ QUANTITATIVE METHODS (NYCPM, 1997)
                  ▪ REGRESSION AND ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE (NYMC, 1990)
                  ▪.TUTORIAL IN BIOSTATISTICS (NYMC, 1991)
        ►Medical Ethics
                  ▪ BIOETHICS (Fordham, 1987)
                  ▪ DEATH AND DYING (Fordham, 1989)
                  ▪ ISSUES OF LIFE AND DEATH (Fordham, 1987)
                  ▪ LAW AND HEALTH (NYMC, 1990)
                  ▪ MEDICAL ETHICS (NYCPM, 1994)
                  ▪ MEDICAL HUMANITIES (NYCPM, 1993)
        ►Physics
                  ▪ INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS I (Fordham, 1986)
                  ▪ INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS II (Fordham, 1987)
                  ▪ PHYSICS (Prep, 1981)
        ►Podiatry
                ▪ BIOMECHANICS (NYCPM, 1996)
                ▪ FUNCTIONAL ORTHOPEDICS (NYCPM, 1996)
                ▪ LOWER EXTREMITY ANATOMY (NYCPM, 1996)
                ▪ OSTEOLOGY OF THE LOWER EXTREMITY (NYCPM, 1995)
                ▪ PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASE (NYCPM, 1996)
                  ▪ PODOPEDIATRICS (NYCPM, 1996)
                ▪ PRINCIPLES OF PODIATRY (NYCPM, 1993)
        ►Psychology
                  ▪ INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY (Fordham, 1987)
        ►Writing
                ▪ PRE MED WRITING (Queens, 1980)
                ▪ WRITING WORKSHOP (NYU, 1982)

        Science Laboratory Courses: General Chemistry Lab I, General Chemistry Lab II, Organic Chemistry Lab I, Organic Chemistry Lab II, Intro Physics Lab I, Intro Physics Lab II, Physical           Chemistry Lab I
       Liberal Arts Disciplines: Communications, English, Fine Arts, History, Philosophy, Theology
       Note:  In Cases of Repeated or Similar Courses, Only Most Recent Course is Shown

XII. TEST OF INTELLIGENCE (IQ)
        ►120

XIII. SCHOLASTIC APTITUDE TEST (SAT)
        ►Verbal: 570
        ►Mathematical: 620

XIV. MEDICAL COLLEGE ADMISSION TEST SCORES (1999)
        ►Verbal Reasoning: 11 (90th %ile)
        ►Physical Sciences: 13 (96th %ile)
        ►Biological Sciences: 11 (86th %ile)

XV. ALLLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONS ADMISSION TEST SCORES (1998)
        ►Verbal: 68 (95th%ile)
        ►Quantitative: 39 (95th%ile)
        ►Biology: 49 (99th%ile)
        ►Chemistry: 43 (99th%ile)
        ►Reading Comprehension: 36 (95th%ile)

XVI. LABORATORY TECHNIQUES
        ►Centrifugation
        ►Chemical Extraction
        ►DNA Electrophoresis
        ►Flow Cytometry
        ►Gravimetry (Electronic, Triple-Beam Balances)
        ►Gross Cadaver Dissection (Fetal Pig, Human, Rat)
        ►IR Spectroscopy
        ►Laboratory Animal Care (Rats, Transgenic Mice, Zebra fish)
        ►Light Microscopy
        ►Mass Spectrometry
        ►Micropipetting
        ►NMR Spectroscopy
        ►Paper Filtration
        ►PCR
        ►SDS PAGE
        ►Size Exclusion Chromatography
        ►Spectrophotometry
        ►Thin Layer Chromatography
        ►Titration
        ►UV Spectroscopy

XVII. SOFTWARE COMPETENCIES
      (Select Frequently Used Programs)
        ►Excel
        ►Google Chrome
        ►Google Search Engine
        ►Power Point
        ►Windows 10
        ►Word

XVIII. LITERACY
        ►English – Excellent
        ►German – Good
        ►Latin (reading only) – Fair
        ►Spanish (spoken: to/not from) – Poor

XVIV. PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES
        ►BASIC
        ►dBase
        ►Fortran
        ►Pascal

XX. DISTINCTIONS
        ►PhD Proposal Approval (2018)
        ►Preliminary PhD Oral Exam (2018)
        ►PhD Prospectus Approval (2017)
        ►Founding of Witt Public Health Group (2015)
        ►Initiation of Doctoral Dissertation in Public Health (Walden University, 2015)
        ►Completion of all Didactic Coursework for Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health (Walden University, 2014)
        ►Accepted to Second Specialization in Public Health (Health Promotion) (Walden University, 2010)
        ►Admitted to Doctor of Philosophy Program in Public Health (Epidemiology) (Walden University, 2008)
        ►Ranked in Top 8% of Class in Medical Biochemistry (Univ. of New England, 2003)
        ►Completed Twenty Credits of Biology and Chemistry Courses with 4.0 GPA (Lehman, 2002)
        ►Top Performer in Organic Chemistry Sequence (Lehman, 2001)
        ►Outstanding Thesis Award (New York Medical College, 1999)
        ►Distinguished Podiatric Writing Award (New York College of Podiatric Medicine, 1994)
        ►Honors Medical Ethics (New York College of Podiatric Medicine, 1994)
        ►Langer Biomechanics Award of Excellence (New York College of Podiatric Medicine, 1993)
        ►Awarded M.P.H. with 3.9 Cumulative GPA (New York Medical College, 1992)
        ►Graduated in Uppermost Quintile of College Class (Fordham University, 1989)
        ►Certificate of Appreciation for Voluntary Service (Einstein-Weiler Hospital, 1988)
        ►Dean’s List for High Scholastic Achievement (Fordham University, 1987)
        ►Ranked First in Introductory Physics Sequence for Physics Majors (Fordham University, 1987)
        ►Award for General Excellence and Scholarship (Fordham Preparatory School, 1982)
        ►Entered College at Age 16 (Queens College, 1982; NYU, 1982)
        ►Advanced Placement English (Fordham Preparatory School, 1982)
        ►Perfect Test of Standard Written English Score (Fordham Preparatory School, 1981)
        ►First-Ranked Student in Algebra and Trigonometry (Fordham Preparatory School, 1981)
        ►New York State Regents Scholarship (Fordham Preparatory School, 1981)
        ►Honors American History (Fordham Preparatory School, 1981)
        ►Scholar in German (Fordham Preparatory School, 1980)
        ►Honors Chemistry (Fordham Preparatory School, 1980)
        ►Accepted to Bronx High School of Science (1979)
        ►Summer Enrichment Early High School Entry Program (Fordham Preparatory School, 1978)
        ►American Institute of Science and Technology Third Science Grant (St. Lucy’s, 1978)

XXI. PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS
        ►American Association for the Advancement of Science (2004-2011)
        ►American Public Health Association (2008-2011)
        ►American Chemical Society (2004-2011)
        ►National Multiple Sclerosis Society (2005-2018)
        ►New York Academy of Sciences (2003-2010)

XXII. REGULAR READING LIST
        ►Catholic New York
        ►Conservative HQ
        ►MS Connection
        ►MS Interactions
        ►MS Momentum
        ►The Wall Street Journal

XXIII. CERTIFICATIONS
        ►Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative Program Certificate ID #29307883 11/1/18
        ►NIH “Protecting Human Research Participants” Certificate #587642 12/22/10
        ►Poll Worker Certification 8/31/10
        ►FDNY C-14 Certificate of Fitness in Charge of Chemical Laboratory #81111270 Exp. 6/30/06
        ►National Board of Podiatric Medical Examiners Part I (Basic Science) Certification 7/11/96

XXIV. CHARACTER ATTRIBUTES
        ►Intelligent
        ►Hard Working
        ►Serious
        ►Courteous

XXV. DEMOGRAPHIC
        ►Full Name: William Michael Martin Witt
        ►Birth-date: November 9, 1965
        ►Birthplace: Bronxville, New York U.S.A.
        ►Birthparents: Theresa and Albert Herman Witt
        ►Religion: Christian (Roman Catholic)
        ►Political Party: Republican