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Dr John Bosso
President, American College of Clinical Pharmacy

Dr John Bosso is the current president of the American                            and The Journal of Infectious Diseases Pharmacotherapy. He
College of Clinical Pharmacy. He is Professor and Chair                           was a founding member and is a past-president of the
of the Department of Pharmacy and Clinical Sciences                               Society of Infectious Diseases Pharmacists. He has
and Professor of Pediatrics at the Medical University of                          taught medicine at Baylor College of Medicine, the
South Carolina, in Charleston, South Carolina and also                            University of Houston, and the University of Utah. Dr
serves as a Clinical Specialist in Infectious Diseases. Dr                        Bosso earned his Doctor of Pharmacy and Bachelor of
Bosso is a member of the editorial boards of                                      Science in Pharmacy degrees from the State University
Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, Pharmacotherapy                            of New York. ■

Dr Bess Dawson-Hughes
President, National Osteoporosis Foundation and Director, Bone Metabolism Laboratory, Tufts University

Dr Bess Dawson-Hughes began a three-year term as                                  Center. Dr Dawson-Hughes is a member of the
President of the National Osteoporosis Foundation in                              Endocrine Society and is currently on the Advisory
2001. She is a Professor of Medicine at Tufts University                          Council of the National Institute of Arthritis, Musculo-
and Director of the Bone Metabolism Laboratory at the                             skeletal and Skin Diseases. Dr Dawson-Hughes is the
Jean Mayer US Department of Agriculture Human                                     Principal Investigator of the National Institutes of
Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts                                       Health Osteoporosis and Related Bone Diseases
University. She also directs the Metabolic Bone                                   Resource Center. She qualified in Endocrinology at
Diseases Clinic at the Tufts-New England Medical                                  Tufts University School of Medicine. ■

Dr Raphael DeHoratius
President, American College of Rheumatology

Dr Raphael DeHoratius is president of the American                                the Medical Advisory Board of the Lupus Foundation of
College of Rheumatology and Professor of Medicine at                              Southeastern Pennsylvania and he currently serves on the
Jefferson Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University                            Medical Advisory Board of the Sjögren’s Foundation of
in Philadelphia. He serves as Director of Clinical                                Philadelphia. He is also on the city of Philadelphia’s
Rheumatology and Fellowship Program Director of the                               International Medicine Committee. Dr DeHoratius
Division of Rheumatology at Jefferson Medical College,                            received his MD from Jefferson Medical College after
Thomas Jefferson University. Dr DeHoratius is Chair of                            graduating from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia. ■

Dr Barry Goldspiel
President, International Society of Oncology Pharmacy Practitioners and Projects Coordinator Pharmacist, Oncology Specialty
Residency, National Institutes of Health Clinical Center

Dr Barry R Goldspiel is President of the International                            Oncology Pharmacy Practice and has received the US Public
Society of Oncology Pharmacy Practitioners. He is also                            Health Service Clinical Pharmacist of the Year Award, the
Projects Co-ordinator Pharmacist, Oncology Clinical                               Association of Military Surgeons of the US Award in
Pharmacy Specialist and Program Director for the                                  Clinical Pharmacy Excellence and the Public Health
Oncology Specialty Residency at the National Institutes                           Service Pharmacy Career Achievement award. He
of Health Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. He has                           received a PharmD from the University of Texas Health
Clinical Assistant Professor appointments at several                              Science Center and a BS in Pharmacy from the Arnold
pharmacy schools. Dr Goldspiel is Editor of the Journal of                        and Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy. ■                    11

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                                                                                                                  Charles N Kahn III
                                                                                                President, Federation of American Hospitals

     Charles N Kahn III is President of the Federation of              University of Michigan’s Economic Research Initiative
     American Hospitals. Before this he was President of the           on the Uninsured and a member of the Advisory
     Health Insurance Association of America. Mr Kahn was              Committee for the Center for Studying Health Systems
     staff director for the Health Subcommittee of the House           Change and the Children’s National Medical Center
     Ways and Means Committee and has served as senior                 Emeritus Board. He has a Masters of Public Health
     health policy advisor to former Senator David                     degree from Tulane University School of Public Health
     Durenberger and legislative assistant of health to former         and Tropical Medicine and a Bachelor of Arts degree
     Senator Dan Quayle. Mr Kahn is Chairman of the                    from The Johns Hopkins University. ■

                                                                                                                     Dr Emmet Keeffe
                President Elect, American Gastroenterological Association and Chief of Hepatology, Stanford University Medical Center

     Dr Emmet Keeffe is President Elect of the American                300 papers and book chapters. He is a past President of
     Gastroenterological Association and Professor of                  the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, has
     Medicine, Chief of Hepatology and Co-Director of the              been Vice Chair of Public Health Programs for the
     Liver Transplant Program at Stanford University Medical           American Digestive Health Foundation and has served on
     Center. He is associate editor for the publications Digestive     the board of the American Liver Foundation. He
     Health and Nutrition and Reviews in Gastroenterological           obtained his MD degree from Creighton University in
     Disorders and chair of the editorial boards of Hepatology         1969 and completed his undergraduate training at the
     Watch and HBV Watch. Dr Keeffe has published more than            University of San Francisco in 1965. ■

                                                                                                              Christine W McEntee
                                                                                Chief Executive Officer, American College of Cardiology

     Christine W McEntee is Chief Executive Officer of the              she was Executive Vice President of the American
     American College of Cardiology. She also serves on the             Hospital Association. Ms McEntee attended the
     Chief Executive Officer Advisory Council of the                    advanced executive program of the Kellogg School of
     Greater Washington Society of Association Executives               Management at Northwestern University after
     (GWSAE) and has been selected for their Visionary                  achieving a master’s degree in Health Administration
     Program. Ms McEntee serves on the GWSAE Board of                   from George Washington University. She received a
     Directors as well as the 2002–2003 Learning Initiatives            bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Georgetown
     Advisory Council. Prior to her current appointment,                University in 1977. ■

                                                                                                                     Dr John C Nelson
                                                                                             President-Elect, American Medical Association

     Dr John C Nelson is President-elect of the American                Health Advisory Council and recently served the
     Medical Association. He runs a private practise of                 National Advisory Committee for the Agency for
     obstetrics and gynecology in Salt Lake City and is a               Healthcare Research and Quality. He was a charter
     member of the American Board of Obstetrics and                     member of the Prospective Payment Assessment
     Gynaecology and a fellow of the American College of                Commission, which advised the US Secretary of
     Obstetricians and Gynecologists. He is a member of                 Health and Human Services. Dr Nelson received his
     the Committee on Health Issues for the Utah                        MD and MPH degrees from the University of Utah
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Dr Martin I Resnick
President, American Urological Association (AUA)

Dr Martin I Resnick is President of the American                                  Urologists and Secretary of the American Urological
Urological Association and has served as Professor and                            Association. Dr Resnick has also served in leadership
Chairman of the Department of Urology, Case Western                               capacities in the American College of Surgeons and the
Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland                                National Kidney Foundation. In 1975, he was appointed
since 1981 as well as having an appointment there as                              Assistant Professor in the Department of Urology at
Professor of Oncology. He is Associate Editor of the                              Wake Forest University. Dr Resnick completed his
Journal of Urology. Dr Resnick has varied interests in                            urology residency at Northwestern University Medical
clinical urology with particular attention to oncology,                           Center in Chicago. He underwent general surgical
kidney stone disease, and urologic imaging, particularly                          training at Case Western Reserve University from 1969
ultrasonography. Additionally, he has been active                                 to 1971 and received his MD degree from Wake Forest
nationally and has served as President of the American                            University School of Medicine in 1969. Dr Resnick
Board of Urology, President of the Society of University                          attended Alfred University in upstate New York. ■

Dr Lanny J Rosenwasser
President, American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology and Marjorie & Stephen Raphael Chair in Asthma Research,
National Jewish Medical and Research Center

Dr Lanny J Rosenwasser is President of the American                               since 1994. He has published over 110 original
Academy of Allergy,Asthma and Immunology as well as                               publications as well as invited reviews and book
being the Stephen and Marjorie Raphael Chair in                                   chapters in journals such as the New England Journal of
Asthma Research and Professor in the Division of                                  Medicine and the Journal of Experimental Medicine. Dr
Allergy and Clinical Immunology at the National                                   Rosenwasser has also served on a number of
Jewish Medical and Research Center in Denver. He is                               government and foundation committees for grant
also Professor of Medicine and Immunology at the                                  review, including the National Institute of Allergy and
University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. Dr                                 Infectious Diseases AIDS Research Center, the
Rosenwasser is a former member of the Board of                                    National Institute of Health Immunological Sciences
Directors of the American Board of Allergy and                                    Study, the Arthritis Foundation, the American Heart
Immunology. He is currently an Associate Editor of the                            Association and the American Lung Association. In
Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology and has served                         1997, he received the Solomon A Berson Alumni
as an Associate Editor of the Journal of Immunology,                              Achievement Award for research in clinical science
Cellular Immunology, Genes and Immunity and the                                   from New York University. Dr Rosenwasser also
International Archives of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.                         received the NIAIK Allergic Diseases Academic Award
Dr Rosenwasser has also served as Editor-in-Chief of                              in 1989. He holds a medical degree from New York
the Yearbook of Allergy, Asthma and Clinical Immunology                           University School of Medicine. ■

Dr Linda Siminerio
Vice President, International Diabetes Federation and Executive Director, University of Pittsburgh Diabetes Institute

Dr Linda M Siminerio is Assistant Professor of                                    primary research topics include diabetes education,
Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh’s                                        diabetes translation into community interventions,
department of Endocrinology and Director of the                                   pediatric diabetes care and education and the
University of Pittsburgh Diabetes Institute. She is                               psychosocial and behavioral aspects of diabetes. She
Senior Vice President for the International Diabetes                              received her PhD in health education from
Federation, Editor-in-chief of Diabetes Forecast and a                            Pennsylvania State University in 1998, her MS from
past President of the Healthcare and Education                                    the University of Pittsburgh in 1978, and her BS from
American Diabetes Association. Dr Siminerio’s                                     Pennsylvania State University in 1972. ■                  13

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