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(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Professional Summary

Board-certified Pediatrician with extensive work in ADHD and other behavioral disorders, including a thorough knowledge of child development, now pursuing a career transition from clinical medicine to academic teaching and research in the collegiate setting.


Texas Medical License 1993-current

Board Certified by American Board of Pediatrics 1995-current

Pursuing CFLE Certification (anticipated March or July 2014)

Skill Highlights
  • Doctor of medicine degree
  • Pediatrics specialist
  • Developmental-behavioral pediatrics clinical experience
  • Familiar with NCFR and NAEYC standards and core competencies
  • Experience as clinical teaching faculty
  • Experience with clinical research
  • Collaborative work style
  • Parent training lecturer in clinical and church setting
Education and Training
Children's Medical Center Dallas, TX Expected in 1995 Residency : Pediatrics - GPA :

Internship July 1992-June 1993

Residency July 1993-August 1995

University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston, TX Expected in 1992 M.D. : Doctor of Medicine - GPA :

Member Sigma Xi (Honorary Society of Research Scientists)

Honors in Internal Medicine

Honors for clinical performance in Psychiatry

Baylor University Waco, TX Expected in 1988 Bachelor of Science : Biology - GPA :

Graduated with Honors from Baylor Honors Program

Nominated Outstanding Senior Woman at Baylor University 1988


Dean's Academic Honor List

Member of Alpha Epsilon Delta (Pre-med honor society)

Member of Gamma Beta Phi (Service/scholastic honor society)

Member Omicron Delta Kappa (National leadership honor society)

Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority Executive Committee

Professional Experience
Children's Clinic Of Lufkin - 1. Pediatrician
City, STATE, 01/2001 - Current
  • Regularly evaluated infants and children to assess growth and development, general health, family functioning and support, and provided anticipatory guidance to patients and their parents. Practice included the diagnosis, treatment, and management of childhood behavioral problems, including ADHD.
  • Prepared parent trainings for local CHADD organization including "Managing ADHD Children" and "Medication Management of ADHD" Multiple meetings 2005 - 2009
  • Prepared parent trainings for childbirth classes, "Bringing Your New Baby Home" Multiple sessions 2002 - 2004
  • Prepared elementary teacher trainings for identifying and managing ADHD students - Fall 2006 and Fall 2007
  • Guest lecturer at Angelina College discussing "Tools for Assessing Pediatric Development" - Spring 2007
Pediatric Associates - 2. Pediatric Locum Tenens
City, STATE, 03/1998 - 11/1998

Call coverage including ER, hospital, and office coverage for pediatric clinical practice.

Began extensive reading on ADHD, learning disabilities, and behavior management in the young child.

University Of Arkansas College Of Medicine - 3. Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Pediatrics
City, STATE, 02/1997 - 02/1998

Appointment involved teaching clinical pediatrics to family practice residents and medical students in the hospital setting; involved small group teaching and mentoring, with brief clinical lectures on selected topics.

Holt Krock Clinic Pediatrics - 4. Pediatrician
City, STATE, 08/1996 - 02/1998

General pediatric practice including office, ER, and hospital coverage.

University Of Texas Medical Branch - 5. Student Research Assistant
City, STATE, 05/1989 - 03/1992

"Ovine Pleural Fluid Formation After Severe Smoke Inhalational Injury" Hanson MN, Zwischenberger JB, Minifee PK

  • Research Grant: NIH Student Summer Research Program 1989
  • NIH Student Research Forum, UTMB, Galveston, TX, poster presentation June, 1989
  • Published Proceedings Extracorporeal Life Support Organization Vol. 1, p. 53, 1989
  • National Student Research Forum, poster presentation April, 1990
  • Extracorporeal Life Support Organization (ELSO), Charter Meeting, Ann Arbor, MI, slide presentation by faculty advisor October, 1989

"Neonatal Transport in Texas" Zwischenberger JB, Keeney S, Raymond GA, Hanson MN, Cox CS

  • Published Texas Medicine; 88(4): 66-9, 1992 April
  • Forum of Original Research, Texas Medical Association 123rd Annual Session, slide presentation by faculty advisor May, 1990
Community Service

First Baptist Church Lufkin (Lufkin, TX)

  • Board of Trustees 2006-2009 and 2013- present
  • Secretary of Board of Trustees 2009
  • Committee on Committees member 2009-2012
  • Sunday School Teacher - 6 years
  • Youth Small Group Leader - 6 years
  • Wake Up Weekend Host Home - 7 years
  • College Road Trip Advisor - 2 years
  • Bible Study Leader for Family Ministry
  • Girls in Action Leader - 2 years
  • Girls in Action Camp Sponsor - 6 years
  • Girls in Action Camp Church Coordinator - 3 years

Hudson High School Senior Class Project Celebration

Co-Chairman 2011 - fundraising experience ($28,000.00 generated)

Steering Committee 2014

Olympic Archery

Level 3 NTS (National Training System) Community Archery Coach, Jan 2013

  • Trained under Ron Carmichael, level 4 coach, and Lindsey Carmichael, level 3 coach and Bronze medal-winning Para-Olympic athlete
  • Volunteer archery coach for Hudson High School 2012-2013
  • Coordinated and taught level 1 and 2 coach trainings for Lufkin, TX area

Level 2 NTS Archery Coach, April 2012

  • Trained under Chuck Brown, level 4 coach
  • Volunteer Olympic Archery in the Schools Conference Leader for East Texas (assisted in creating first conference in Texas) 2011-2012
  • Coach Observer training at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, CO, March 2012
  • Coach Symposium by Olympic Head Coach, Kisik Lee, March 2012

Level 1 NTS Archery Coach, August 2011

  • Coordinated trainings for 3 school districts to allow each to fulfill requirements for archery grants through Easton Foundation
  • Coach Observer training at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, CO, March 2011

Junior League of Lufkin

  • Prevent Blindness vision screening - 1year
  • Young Women's Conference - 3 years

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School Attended
  • Children's Medical Center
  • University of Texas Medical Branch
  • Baylor University
Job Titles Held:
  • 1. Pediatrician
  • 2. Pediatric Locum Tenens
  • 3. Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Pediatrics
  • 4. Pediatrician
  • 5. Student Research Assistant
  • Residency
  • M.D.
  • Bachelor of Science