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Mike Timothy Doe

Mike Timothy Doe


Current Address: 1234 Alpha St NE Washington, DC 21000 H (202) 922-9222 Mikedoe12@hotmail.com EDUCATION B.A. Boston University, Boston, MA Major: Psychology; August 2007 May 2011

HONORS / AWARDS 2011 2009 2008 Deans List Recognition (also in 2007) Psi Chi International Honor Society in Psychology National Society of Collegiate Scholars

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Research Assistant, Lawrence Latour, Ph.D., Martin Cota, Henry Jackson Foundation/Center for Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine in collaboration with NIH, August 2011 Present Description: The Evaluation, Pathogenesis, and Outcome of Subjects with or Suspected Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Study examines the pathology seen on MRI in subjects presenting with head injury and suspected non-penetrating TBI, characterizes the natural evolution of TBI for up to the first three months after head injury through imaging, measures of cognition, function, and quality of life, and evaluates the relationship between clinical, laboratory, and radiological variables by exploratory analyses toward the generation of hypotheses for future testing. Duties: - Recruitment: Screens patients by using the hospital electronic system and clinical team for any signs of head injury. Presents an overview of the study to see if patients are interested in enrolling. - Data and Study Management: Collects subject history, details of injury, and MRI interpretations. Observes and administers assessments of cognitive functioning. Scans subject documents into NIH computer database. - Blood Collection: Assists research nurses with collecting blood samples from subjects and sends specimens to the lab to be analyzed. - Research Collaboration: Attends weekly research team meetings, neurology rounds with physicians, and presentations. Presents subject history and cases of TBI to physicians. Undergraduate Research Assistant, Child Health and Behavior Study Laboratory; Katherine Ross, Ph.D., Boston University, November 2009 May 2011 Description: Funded by the NIMH, the Child Health and Behavior Study evaluates risk and resilience factors among contextually disadvantaged youth. Research examines the interactions between factors specific to the child (e.g., neuropsychological variables) and context (e.g., family, peers, school, neighborhood) in influencing emotional and social adjustment. The

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primary focus has been in childhood externalizing problems and symptoms that commonly co-occur with externalizing problems (e.g., depression, anxiety) in at-risk samples. Duties: - Data and Study Management: Coded behavioral actions and interactions of target children with peers in playground setting. Observed and administered assessments of cognitive functioning, verbal learning, expressive language, and social pragmatic language of schoolage youth in laboratory setting. Performed data checking and entry. - Research Collaboration: Attended weekly research team meetings and presentations. WORK EXPERIENCE Emergency Preparedness Internship, Andrea Valenta, RN, Ann Marie Madden, RN, Mark Smith, MD, Washington Hospital Center ER One Institute, June 2007 January 2011 Description: Project ER One is the federally funded initiative to develop the design concepts, features, and specifications for an all-risks ready emergency care facility, optimized to be able to provide emergency medical care during acts of terrorism and epidemics and built to function fully as a hospital emergency department during daily operations. Duties: - Inventory and Maintenance: Inventoried medical items in the hospital emergency ready room and replaced expired materials. - Team Leader: Led a group of volunteer victims with make-up induced injuries through triage and to hospital destinations in a city-wide mass casualty incident drill. Health Information Management Technician, Terrie McCray, Virginia Hospital Center, June 2008 August 2008 Description: The Health Information Management department is responsible for the maintenance of health records in the hospital. Duties: - Patient Chart Organization and Scanning: Organized documents in patient charts and scanned patient charts into the hospital computer system. Office Assistant, Neg May Watling, George Washington University Emergency Health Services, October 2006 June 2007 Description: GWU Health Services prepares emergency medical service providers for management, educational, and leadership roles as initial supervisors, mid-level managers, and administrators. The department trains students in emergency preparedness, incident management, deployment, disaster planning and response, special operations, illness and injury prevention, and homeland security. Duties: - Filing and Data Entry: Organized documents in files and entered students grades into the computer system. - Mail Pick-up and Delivery: Obtained and delivered mail in various departments of the university and the GWU hospital.

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Summer Medical Internship, George Washington University School of Medicine, June 2005 July 2005 Description: George Washington University is the largest institution of higher education in the District of Columbia. This internship provided opportunities for coursework, research, and clinical observations. Duties: - Human Anatomy and Physiology Student: Studied human anatomy and physiology in a cadaver lab. - Cardiology Observation: Shadowed cardiologists and studied the procedures to cardiac surgery. - Medical Research and Presentation: Researched depression and its impact on the brain and body and presented a PowerPoint presentation. VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE Patient Care Volunteer, The Health Services for Children (HSC) Pediatric Center, July 2012 November 2012 Description: The HSC Pediatric Center is a pediatric hospital that provides quality rehabilitative and transitional care for infants, children, adolescents, and young adults with special health care needs in a supportive, culturally competent, and respectful environment. The center participates in related local, regional, and national projects with government, private, and philanthropic organizations. Duties: - Patient Interaction: Helped transport patients and participated in activities such as reading to patients and helping with school work. - Event Planning: Helped staff plan and organize special events, activities, and outings for the patients. - Environment Maintenance: Cleaned dirty toys and picked up after the patients to maintain a clean and healthy environment. Student Volunteer, American Medical Student Association, August 2007 May 2011 Description: The American Medical Student Association is a student-governed, national organization committed to representing the concerns of physicians-in-training. Members are medical students, premedical students, interns, residents and practicing physicians. Founded in 1950, the organization continues its commitment to improving medical training and the nation's health. Duties: - Blood Drives: Helped to sign-in blood donor volunteers and distributed refreshments. - Walks for Cause: Fundraised and walked to promote awareness and the improvement of health issues (e.g. AIDS, Mental Health, Multiple Sclerosis, Cancer, etc.) Student Volunteer, Student Conservation Association, November 2005 July 2006 Description: The Student Conservation Association provides college and high school-aged members with hands-on conservation service opportunities. Members protect and restore national parks,

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marine sanctuaries, cultural landmarks, and community green spaces in all 50 states. Duties: - Park Restoration: Trained to work with industrial equipment, helped to restore Anacostia Park, and worked with a crew team for a month to restore Hopewell Furnace National Park. HEALTHCARE ASSESSMENT ADMINISTRATION EXPERIENCE Wechsler Abbreviated Scale of Intelligence (WASI) California Verbal Learning Test (CVLT) Boston Naming Test (BNT) Comprehensive Assessment of Spoken Language (CASL) E-prime computer-based tasks (Stop Task, Probabilistic Response Reversal Task, Faces Task) Neurobehavioral Symptom Inventory (NSI) Glasgow Outcome Scale Extended (GOS-E) Satisfaction with Life Scale (SWLS) Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI) CERTIFICATIONS 2011 2010 2010 2010 IRB Certification in Clinical Research Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) De-Escalating Traumatic Stress IRB Certification in Social/Behavioral Research with Human Subjects

ORGANIZATION AFFILIATION American Medical Student Association Psi Chi International Honor Society in Psychology Psychology Majors Association Event Coordinator (2010-2011) College Student Interest Group in Neurology National Society of Collegiate Scholars ABSTRACTS / POSTERS Doe, M.T., Ricciardi, M.C., Cota, M.R., & Latour, L.L. (March 2014). Extended Glasgow Outcome in Traumatic Brain Injury: Does Age, Baseline Severity, and Time to Assessment Play a Role. Center for Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine. [First author] Burcaw, L.M., Williams, K.J., Doe, M.T., & Latour, L.L. (May 2012). Temporal Changes in Hypointense Lesions on T2* Weighted Imaging. Center for Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine. [Co-author] Cota, M.R., DeStefano, J.L., Williams, K.J., Doe, M.T., Moses, A., Shay, J., & Latour, L.L. (May 2012). Characteristics of Sample from TBI Subjects Enrolled in an Acute Imaging Protocol Providing Blood to a Collaborating Biospecimen Repository. Center for Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine. [Coauthor] Cota, M.R., DeStefano, J.L., Williams, K.J., Doe, M.T., Moses, A., Shay, J., & Latour, L.L. (May 2012). Visualization of Traumatic Meningeal Injury on Post-Contrast 3D-FLAIR MRI in Patients with Suspected Acute TBI. Center for Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine. [Co-author]

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HEALTH CONFERENCES ATTENDED 2014 2012 2012 2011 2011 2009 National Capital Area TBI Research Symposium (also in 2012, 2013) Neurotrauma Center for Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine (CNRM) Annual Meeting 4th Annual Trauma Spectrum Conference: Bridging the Gap between Research and Clinical Practice of Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury Federal Interagency Conference on Traumatic Brain Injury Emergency Care Partnership Program Conference

HOBBIES / NON-ACADEMIC INTERESTS I enjoy reading, bowling, traveling, jogging, swimming, Greek mythology, Japanese culture, and German and Japanese language. REFERENCES Lawrence Latour, Ph.D. Staff Scientist National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Building 10, Room B1D733 10 Center Drive, MSC 1063 Bethesda, MD 20892 301-496-4000

LawLat@ninds.nih.gov
Martin Cota Clinical Research Coordinator National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Building 10, Room B1D733 10 Center Drive, MSC 1063 Bethesda, MD 20892 301-318-9000 mar.cot@nih.gov Deborah A. G. Drabick, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Psychology Temple University 1701 N. 13th Street Philadelphia, PA 19122 215-204-4000 debrick@temple.edu Andrea Valenta, RN, MSN Director of Grants, Contracts, and Education Washington Hospital Center 110 Irving Street, NW Washington, DC 20010 202-877-9889 andreavalenta@medstar.net

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Ann Marie Madden, RN, MSN Director of Grants, Contracts, and Education Washington Hospital Center 110 Irving Street, NW Washington, DC 20010 202-877-7000 annmadden@medstar.net Mark Smith, MD Director of MedStar Institute for Innovation Washington Hospital Center 110 Irving Street, NW Washington, DC 20010 202-877-7000 marksmith@medstar.net

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