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									                                        JESSE KENDALL, M.D.
       123 Elm Street ▪ Rochester, MN 55901 ▪ Home: 507-555-5555 ▪ Cell: 507–444-4444 ▪ jkendall@notmail.com

  DEDICATED TO PROVIDING SAFE, EFFICIENT, AND PATIENT-CENTERED CARE.
I. EDUCATION & CREDENTIALS:

A.    EDUCATION
      M.D. Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT                                 20xx
      B.A. University of California – Berkeley, Berkeley, CA                                 20xx

B.    ACADEMIC HONORS
      International Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi
      Golden Key National Honor Society
      Dean's list, University of California – Berkeley, 19xx
      General Academic Scholarship, University of California – Berkeley, 20xx

C.    MEDICAL LICENSURE & CERTIFICATION
      State of Texas: Composite Board of Medical Examiners
      Texas License # 12345, 20xx
      Connecticut License # ME 12345, 20xx
         Internal Medicine Certification (ABIM)
         Basic Life Support (BLS)
         Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
         Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS)
         Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)

II.   CLINICAL HISTORY

A.    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
      Medical Director, ABC Health Center, Rochester, MN                                     20xx – Present
      Private Practice, Rochester, MN                                                        20xx – 20xx
      General Physician, BCD Medical Center, Rochester, MN                                   20xx – 20xx
      Private Practice, Rochester, MN                                                        20xx – 20xx
      Professor of Medicine, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT               20xx – 20xx
      Assistant Professor of Medicine, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT     20xx – 20xx
B.    FELLOWSHIPS / RESIDENCIES
      Internal Medicine Fellowship, CDE Child Study Center, Rochester, MN                    20xx – 20xx
      Internal Medicine Residency, FGH General Hospital, Rochester, MN                       20xx – 20xx
C.    INTERNSHIPS
      Intern, FGH General Hospital, New Haven, CT                                            20xx – 20xx


III. AFFILIATIONS
        American Academy of PM&R (AAPMR)
        American Medical Association (AMA)
        American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM)
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IV. APPOINTMENTS IN SOCIETIES AND REVIEW BOARDS

A.    COMMITTEES
       Program Track Chair for Tissue Engineering
       ABC Medical Association (20xx to Present)
       Representative to the Tri-Service Panel on Skin Abrasion
       BCD Medical Association (19xx to Present)
       Chairman
       CDE Medical Association (19xx to Present)
       Executive Committee Voting Member
       DEF Medical Association (19xx to 19xx)
       Public Health Committee Member for the Department of Preventive Medicine
       EFG Medical Association (19xx to 19xx)


B.     REVIEWERSHIPS
       Reviewer, Journal of “Biomedical Ethics” (19xx to Present)
       Reviewer, Journal of “Lasers and Light in Internal Medicine” (20xx to Present)
       Reviewer, Journal of “Lasers in Surgery and Medicine” (20xx to Present)



V. PUBLICATIONS

         A. PUBLICATIONS IN REFEREED JOURNALS

     1. “A Comparison of Hospital and Community-Based Physicians,” J. D. Dowe, A. B. Dowe, J. D. Kendall, B. C.
        Dowe, C. D. Dowe, D. E. Dowe, E. F. Dowe, F. G. Dowe, and G. H. Dowe; J. Biomed. Opt. 11, 041109 (20xx)

     2. “Effect of Physician Specialty upon Resource Utilization and Survival Among Terminally Ill Patients,” J. D.
        Dowe, C. D. Dowe, H. I. Dowe, D. E. Dowe, B. C. Dowe, E. F. Dowe, J. D. Kendall; and J. Biomed. Opt. 11,
        024001 (20xx)

     3. “Updates in Hostpital Medicine,” J. D. Kendall, I. J. Dowe, A. B. Dowe, K. L. Dowe, D. E. Dowe, B. C. Dowe,
        C. D. Dowe, E. F. Dowe, and J. D. Dowe; Health Physics, 90 (3), 241-249 (2006)

     4. “Cost effectiveness of screening and treatment strategies in patients with pulmonary diseases,” J. D. Dowe, A.
        B. Dowe, J. D. Kendall, B. C. Dowe, C. D. Dowe, D. E. Dowe, E. F. Dowe, L. M. Dowe, and G. H. Dowe;
        submitted to J. Biomed. Opt. (20xx)

     5. "Effective Treatment Strategies for Cardiac Arrest," J. D. Kendall, M. N. Dowe, J. K. Dowe, K. L. Dowe, and
        J. D. Dowe; J. .Biomed. Opt., 9 (6), 1288 (December 20xx)
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      B. NON-REFEREED PROCEEDINGS AND JOURNALS
1. “Analyses of the Acute Tissue Response for Injury,” J. D. Dowe, C. D. Dowe, and J. D. Kendall; Proc. SPIE 5319,
   341 (20xx)

2. “Model Predictions and Measured Skin Damage from Sun Exposure,” J. D. Kendall , J. D. Dowe, C. D. Dowe, D.
   E. Dowe, B. C. Dowe, and E. F. Dowe; Proc. SPIE 5319, 325 (20xx)

3. “Testing Procedures for Bone Abraisions,” J. D. Dowe, C. D. Dowe, D. E. Dowe, B. C. Dowe, E. F. Dowe, J. D.
   Kendall , and G. H. Dowe; Proc. SPIE 5319, 313 (20xx)



VI. PRESENTATIONS

        A. SELECTED CONTRIBUTED MEDICAL LECTURES

1.   "Research Advances Diagnostics, Treatment for Throat Diseases,” E. F. Dowe, J. D. Kendall, M. E. Rogers, and G.
     H. Dowe. Presented at the 65th Annual Medical Meeting of the American Medical Association, San Antonio, TX,
     (May 9-13, 20xx)

2.   "UV Effects: Recommendation for Safety Standards to the Prevent Skin Damage,” J. D. Kendall. Presented at the
     62nd Annual Medical Meeting of the American Medical Association, San Antonio, TX, (May 9-13, 20xx)




VII. FUNDED GRANTS:

$150,000      RHAZ; J. D. Kendall (PI) Funded by the Institute of Occupational Health, 311th Human Systems
              October 1, 20xx, to September 30, 20xx.

$250,000     Guided Wave; J. D. Kendall (PI) Funded by the Office of Medical Research Fund
             October 1, 20xx, to September 30, 20xx.

$1,500,000   Triage and Treatment of Laser for Skin Injury; J. D. Kendall (PI) ABC Medical Program
             October 1, 20xx, to September 30, 20xx.

$300,000     Risk Assessment of the Skin Safe Laser; J. D. Kendall (PI) Funded by the Office of Medical Research Fund
             October 1, 19xx, to September 30, 20xx.

$130,000     Risk Assessment of the Skin Safe Laser; J. D. Kendall (PI) Funded by the Office of Medical Research Fund
             July 1, 19xx, to October 1, 20xx

$200,000     Risk Assessment of the Skin Safe Laser; J. D. Kendall (PI) Funded by the Office of Medical Research Fund
             May 1, 19xx, to October 30, 20xx

								
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