FY2012 Publications and Awards University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine

University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine
FY2012 Publications
and Awards
The University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine is pleased to
provide this report of academic accomplishments and selected awards. Here
we summarize the work of our talented faculty members, who are directly
responsible for our vibrant academic environment. Due to space limitations,
many accomplishments were not able to be included. For more information,
please visit our website at www.usd.edu/med.
Mary D. Nettleman, MD, MS, MACP
Dean, Sanford School of Medicine
Vice President for Health Affairs, University of South Dakota
University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine
FY2012 Publications and Awards
Table of Contents
Mission Statement
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FY2012 Summary
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Books/Book Chapters
7
Articles
8
Active Grants through USD
26
Faculty Awards and Appointed Offices
32
Best Doctors in America® 2013
37
U.S. News Top Doctors
38
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The mission of the University of South Dakota Sanford School
of Medicine is to provide the opportunity for South Dakota residents to
receive a quality, broad-based medical education with an emphasis on family
medicine. The curriculum is to be established to encourage graduates to serve
people living in the medically underserved areas of South Dakota, and is to
require excellence in the basic sciences and in all clinical disciplines.
The University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine is to provide
to its students and to the people of South Dakota excellence in education,
research and service. To these ends, the School is to provide educational
pathways leading to both the Doctor of Medicine and the Doctor of
Philosophy Degrees; and
Quality health care for the people of South Dakota is addressed by
undergraduate, graduate and continuing educational programs as well as by
basic and applied medical research. The Sanford School of Medicine should
serve as a technical resource in the development of health care policy in the
state and provide extension and research initiatives to improve the health care
of the citizens of the state.
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FY2012 Summary
Total Faculty
Basic Biomedical Sciences Faculty
1365
41
Academic Faculty
335
Clinical Faculty
963
Adjunct Faculty
26
Residents/Fellows (includes Sioux Falls and Rapid City Family Medicine Residents)
115
Medical Students (MD program)
211
MD-PhD students
18
PhD Students
24
Books / Book Chapters
14
Articles
Total Grants Awarded to USD with faculty as PI or co-Investigator (pages 26-31)
Faculty Awards and Appointed Offices
Best Doctors in America® 2013
U.S. News Top Doctors
267
91
110
63
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Deans
Dean, USD Sanford School of Medicine
Mary Nettleman, M.D.
Executive Dean/Dean of Basic Biomedical Sciences
Ronald Lindahl, Ph.D.
Dean of Clinical Faculty/Sioux Falls Campus Dean
Tim Ridgway, M.D.
Dean of Medical Student Affairs
Paul Bunger, Ph.D.
Dean of Medical Student Education
Rapid City Campus Dean
Yankton Campus Dean
Janet Lindemann, M.D.
Matthew Simmons, M.D.
Lori Hansen, M.D.
Associate Dean of Basic Biomedical Sciences
Steve Waller, Ph.D.
Associate Dean of Graduate Medical Education
Nedd Brown, Ed.D.
Clinical Department Chairs
Family Medicine
Internal Medicine
Neurosciences
H. Bruce Vogt, M.D.
LuAnn Eidsness, M.D.
Jerome Freeman, M.D.
Obstetrics & Gynecology
Keith Hansen, M.D.
Pathology
Michael Koch, M.D.
Pediatrics
Dennis Stevens, M.D. (interim)
Psychiatry
Surgery
Timothy Soundy, M.D.
Gary Timmerman, M.D.
Residency/Fellowship Program Directors
Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship
Adam Stys, M.D.
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship
Tammy Vik, M.D.
Family Medicine Residency – Rapid City
Kurt Stone, M.D.
Family Medicine Residency – Sioux Falls
Earl Kemp, M.D.
Geriatrics Fellowship
David Sandvik, M.D.
Internal Medicine Residency
Turi McNamee, M.D.
Pathology Residency
Pediatrics Residency
Joseph Zenel, M.D.
Psychiatry Residency
Shawn Van Gerpen, M.D.
Surgery Residency
Transitional Year Residency
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Joel Ziebarth, M.D.
Thavam Thambi-Pillai, M.D.
Joseph Fanciullo, M.D.
Book/Book Chapters
1.
Carrillo-Marquez M. Catheter related infections in children; Lowry AW, Nag PK, Bhakta KY, eds. Texas
Children’s Hospital Handbook of Pediatrics and Neonatology, New York, NY:McGraw-Hill Professional
Inc. 2011.
2.
del Busto E, Harlow MC. American Sexual Offender Castration Treatment and Legislation; D. P. Boer
(Ed.), International Perspectives on the Assessment and Treatment of Sexual Offenders, (pp.543-571),
Oxford, Wiley-Blackwell 2011.
3.
Huntington MK. Pelvic or genital pain. In: Paulman PM, Paulman AA, Harrison JD, Nasir LS, Bryan SD,
editors. Signs and symptom in family medicine. Philadelphia: Elsevier-Mosby; 2011.
4.
Jensen R. Celestial Dust. Essays and Poetry from a Prairie Life. Pine Hill Press, Incorporated
5.
Johnson T, Bennett J, et. al. Mechanical Ventilation, Critical Care Pharmacotherapeutics, Burlington,
MA:Jones and Bartlett Learning. Chapter 4:47-72. 2012
6.
Kenyon DB, Kubik MY, Sieving R. (in press). Peer influences on adolescent health and behaviors. In
Fisher, Alderman, Kreipe, Rosenfeld, (Eds), Textbook of Adolescent Health Care
7.
Kutscher EC. Antipsychotics for Schizophrenia Clinical Handbook of Schizophrenia, (Chapter 16).
Guilford Publications, Inc.
8.
Lindemann, JC. Fatigue. In: Bope, Kellerman, eds. Conn’s Current Therapy. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier/
Saunders; 2012.
9.
Munger KA, Kost Jr CK, Brenner BM, Maddox DA. The Renal Circulations and Glomerular
Ultrafiltration. In The Kidney (9th Edition) edited by B.M. Brenner. Saunders Elsevier, Philadelphia,
Chap 3, pp 94-137, 2012.
10. Peterson JR. Dance Medicine-Head to Toe. A Dancer’s Guide to Health. Princeton Book Publishers.
Dance Horizons. Hightstown, New Jersey. 2011.
11. Shinozaki G. English Conversation in Exam Room, Psychiatry: A case of depression and a case of
insomnia. Editor, Tsutomu Saji, M.D. and Takeshi Tsuda, M.D., Medical View Co., 2012, (In press).
12. Thiex N, Kalkwarf H, Specker B. Vitamin D metabolism in pregnancy and lactation. IN: Vitamin D, 3rd
ed. Feldman, Pike and Glorieux, eds. Elsevier, Inc: 679-694, 2011
13. Zenel JA, John CC. Travel medicine, in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Section 2. Rudolph
CD, Rudolph AM, Lister GE, First LR, Gershon AA, ed. 22nd edition. Rudolph’s Pediatrics. McGraw Hill.
New York, 2011.
14. Zenel JA. Examination of the newborn, in Newborn Section 5. Rudolph CD, Rudolph AM, Lister GE,
First LR, Gershon AA, ed. 22nd edition. Rudolph’s Pediatrics. McGraw Hill. New York, 2011.
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Articles
1.
Akkad W, Salem B, Freeman J, Huntington M. A Case Report of Transverse Myelitis Following
Influenza Vaccination: In Reply (Comments & Opinions section). Arch Neurol. 2011;68:1085-1086.
2.
Alves R, Asfora W. Deep brain stimulation for Dejerine-Roussy syndrome: Case Report. Minim Invas
Neurosurg. 2011;54:1-4.
3.
Anbalagan S, McShan WM, Dunman P, Chaussee M. Identification of Rgg binding sites in the
Streptococcus pyogenes chromosome. J Bacteriol. 2011;193:4933-4942.
4.
Anderson H, Miller C, Kemp ED, Huntington, MK. Bullous impetigo associated with Abiotrophia
defectiva in an immunocompetent adult. J Med Microbiol. 2012;61:1029-31.
5.
Arendt DH, Smith JP, Bastida CC, Prasad MS, Oliver KD, Eyster KM, Summers TR, Delville Y, Summers
CH. Contrasting hippocampal and amygdalar expression of genes related to neural plasticity during
escape from social aggression. Physiol Behav. 2012;107:670-679.
6.
Asfora W, Klapper H. Case Report: Treatment of Subdural Hematoma in the Emergency Department
Utilizing the Subdural Evacuating Port System. S D Med. 2012;65:354-355.
7.
Asfora W. Anterior screw fixation of the odontoid. A technical note. J Neurosurg (In press).
8.
Baack ML, Norris AW, Yao J, Colaizy T. Long Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid Levels in U.S. Donor
Human Milk: Meeting the Needs of Premature Infants?. J Perinatol. 2012;32:598-603.
9.
Barr JL, Forster G. Serotonergic neurotransmission in the ventral hippocampus is enhanced by
corticosterone and altered by chronic amphetamine treatment; Neuroscience. 2011;182:105-114.
10. Baugh L, Flanagan, JR. Motor Memory: When plans speak louder than actions. Curr Biol.
2012;22:R155-157.
11. Baugh L, Lawrence J, Marotta JJ. Novel insular cortex activation observed during a visuomotor
adaptation task using a viewing window paradigm. Behav Brain Res. 2011; 223:395-402.
12. Bell H, Thanel F, Huntington MK. Infertility: Help for couples starts with you. J Fam Practice.
2012;61:82-87.
13. Bennett J, Dutcher J, Snyders, M. Embrace: Addressing Anticipatory Grief and Bereavement in the
Perinatal Population. J Perinat Neonatal Nurs. 2011;25:72-76.
14. Bergeron MF, Bahr R, Bartsch P, Bourdon L, Calbet JA, Carlsen KH, Castagna O, Alonso JM,
Lundby C, Maughan R, Millet GP, Mountjoy M, Racinais S, Rasmussen P, Singh DG, Subudhi AW,
Young AJ, Soligard T, Engebretsen L. International Olympic Committee consensus statement on
thermoregulatory and altitude challenges for high-level athletes. Brit J Sport Med. 2012;46:770-779.
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15. Bergeron MF, Nindl BC, Deuster PA, Baumgartner N, Kane SF, Kraemer WJ, Sexauer LR, Thompson
WR, O’Connell FG. Consortium for Health and Military Performance and American College of Sports
Medicine Consensus Paper on Extreme Conditioning Programs in Military Personnel. Curr Sports Med
Rep. 2011;10:383-389.
16. Bien M, Simanton E. Evidence-based Medicine at the Point of Care: Student Utilization and Faculty
Implications. S D Med. 2012;65:137-139.
17. Billman GE, Harris WS. Effect of Dietary Omega-3 Fatty Acids on the Heart Rate and the Heart Rate
Variability Responses to Myocardial Ischemia or Submaximal Exercise. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol.
2011; 300:H2288-H2299.
18. Bledsoe A, Oliver K, Scholl J, Forster G. Anxiety states induced by post-weaning social isolation are
mediated by CRF receptors in the dorsal raphe nucleus; Brain Res Bull. 2011;85:117-122.
19. Block R, Kakinami L, Liebman S, Shearer, GC, Kramer H, Tsai M. Cis-vaccenic acid and the Framingham
risk score predict chronic kidney disease: The multi-ethnic study of atherosclerosis (MESA).
Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids. 2012;86:175-182.
20. Block RC, Dier U, Artero PC, Shearer GC, Kakinami L, Larson MK, Harris WS, Georas S, Mousa SA. The
effects of EPA + DHA and aspirin on inflammatory cytokines and angiogenesis factors. World J
Cardiovasc Dis. 2012;2:14-19
21. Bolean M, Simão AM, Favarin BZ, Millán JL, Ciancaglini P. Thermodynamic properties and
characterization of proteoliposomes rich in microdomains carrying alkaline phosphatase. Biophys
Chem. 2011;158:111-118.
22. Brennan MB, Hsu J. Septic arthritis in the native joint. Curr Infect Dis Rep. 2012;14:558-565.
23. Bunde E, Hanssen K, Huntington MK. Vitamin D status in eastern South Dakota. S D Med.
2012;65:227-231.
24. Burke A, Watt M, Forster G. Adolescent social defeat increases adult amphetamine conditioned place
preference and alters D2 dopamine receptor expression. Neuroscience. 2011;197:269-279
25. Burrell B, Grey, KB. Seasonal variation of long-term potentiation at a central synapse in the medicinal
leech. J Exp Biol. 2011;214:2534-2539.
26. Carrillo-Marquez MA, Hulten KG, Hammerman W, Lamberth L, Mason EO, Kaplan SL. Staphylococcus
aureus Pneumonia in Children in the Era of Community-acquired Methicillin-resistance at Texas
Children’s Hospital. Pediatr Infect Dis J. 2011;30:545-550.
27. Casais M, Vallcaneras SS, Campo Verde Arbocco F, Delgado SM, Hapon MB, Sosa Z, Telleria CM,
Rastrilla AM. Estradiol promotes luteal regression through a direct effect on the ovary and an indirect
effect from the celiac ganglion via the superior ovarian nerve. Reproductive Sciences. 2011;4:416422.
28. Chan DK, Miskimins WK. (2012) Metformin and phenethyl isothiocyanate combined treatment in
vitro is cytotoxic to ovarian cancer cultures. J Ovarian Res. 2012;5:19.
29. Chauhan SC, Ebeling MC, Maher DM, Koch MD, Watanabe A, Aburatani H, Lio Y, Jaggi M. MUC13
mucin augments pancreatic tumorigenesis. Mol Cancer Ther. 2012;11:24-33.
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30. Chaussee M, Sandbulte H, Schuneman MJ, DePaula F, Addengast L, Schlenker E, Huber V. Inactivated
and live, attenuated influenza vaccines protect mice against influenza: Streptococcus pyogenes
super-infections. Vaccine. 2011;29:3773-3781.
31. Chen J, Ortmeier SB, Savinova OV, Nareddy VB, Beyer AJ, Wang D, Gerdes AM. Thyroid Hormone
Induces Sprouting Angiogenesis in Adult Heart of Hypothyroid Mice through the PDGF-Akt Pathway.
J Cell Mol Med. 2012;11:2726-2735.
32. Chen K, Xu X, Kobayashi S, Timm D, Jepperson T, and Liang Q. Caloric restriction mimetic 2-deoxyglucose antagonizes doxorubicin-induced cardiomyocyte death through multiple mechanisms. J Biol
Chem. 2011;286:21993-22006.
33. Chen KT, Malo MS, Beasley-Topliffe LK, Poelstra K, Millan JL, Mostafa G, Alam SN, Ramasamy S, Warren
HS, Hohmann EL, Hodin RA. A role for intestinal alkaline phosphatase in the maintenance of local gut
immunity. Dig Dis Sci. 2011;56:1020-1027.
34. Chen S, Steven L. Wolf SL, Zhang Q, Thompson PA, Winstein CJ. Minimal Detectable Change of the
Actual Amount of Use Test and the Motor Activity Log: The EXCITETrial. Neurorehabil Neural Repair.
2012;26:507-514.
35. Chen Y, Pottala J, Weltman N, Ge X, Savinova OV, Gerdes M. Regulation of gene expression with
thyroid hormones in rats with myocardial infarction. PLoS ONE. 2012 (In press)
36. Chilampalli C, Guillermo R, Kaushik R, Young A, Chandrasekher G, Fahmy H, Dwivedi C. Honokiol,
a chemopreventive agent against skin cancer, induces cell cycle arrest and apoptosis in human
epidermoid A431 cells. Exp Biol Med (Maywood). 2011;236:1351-1359.
37. Das P, Shinozaki G, McAlpine D. Post-pump Chorea: Choreiform movements developing after
Pulmonary Thromboendarterectomy for Chronic Pulmonary Hypertension Presenting as “Functional”
Movement Disorder. Psychosomatics. 2011;52:459-462.
38. Davis BA, Holm R. Exercise: Prescription for Health – Promoting and Prescribing Physical Activity. S D
Med. 2011;64:472-473.
39. Davis BA, Holm R. Exercise: Prescription for Health – Promoting and Prescribing Physical Activity.
(part 2) S D Med. 2012;65:35-37.
40. DeMarco RT. Editorial comment [on Modified Clavien classification in percutaneous
nephrolithotomy: assessment of complications in children] J Urol. 2011;185:268.
41. Dement-Brown J, Newton CS, Ise T, Damdinsuren B, Nagata S, Tolnay M. Fc receptor-like 5 promotes
β cell proliferation and drives the development of cells displaying switched isotypes. J Leukoc Biol.
2012;91:59-67.
42. Dewell A, Marvasti FF, Harris WS, Tsao PS, Gardner CD. Low- and High-Dose Plant and Marine (N-3)
Fatty Acids Do Not Affect Plasma Inflammatory Markers in Adults with Metabolic Syndrome. J Nutr.
2011;141:2166-2171.
43. Dong G, Ferguson JM, Duling AJ, Nicolas RG, Zhang D, Rezvani K, Fang S, Monterio MJ, Li S, Li XJ,
Wang, H. Modeling Pathogenesis of Huntington’s Disease with Inducible Neuroprogenitor Cells. Cell
Mol Neurobiol. 2011;31:737-747.
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44. Dresser J, Starling R, Woodall WG, Stanghetta P, May PA. Field trial of alcohol-server training for
prevention of fetal alcohol syndrome. J Stud Alcohol Drugs. 2011;72:490-496.
45. Eguchi G, Eguchi Y, Nakamura K, Yadav MC, Millán JL, Tsonis PA. Regenerative capacity in newts is not
altered by repeated regeneration and ageing. Nat Commun. 2011;2:384.
46. Ehli EA, Abdellaoui A, Hu Y, Hottenga JJ, Kattenberg M, van Beijsterveldt T, Bartels M, Althoff RR,
Xiao X, Scheet P, de Geus EJ, Hudziak JJ, Boomsma DI, and Davies GE. De novo and inherited CNVs in
MZ twin pairs selected for discordance and concordance on Attention Problems. Eur J Hum Genet.
2012;20:1037-1043.
47. Elhi EA, Hu Y, Lengyel-Nelson T, Hudziak JJ, and Davies GE. Identification and functional
characterization of three novel alleles for the serotonin transporter-linked polymorphic region. Mol
Psychiatry. 2012;17:185-192.
48. Elias AF, Dunn JJ, Huntington, MK. Tuberculosis and profound hypovitaminosis D in an infant. The
Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal. 2011;30:1008-1010.
49. Eom TY, Stanco A, Weimer J, Stabingas K, Sibrack E, Gukassyan V, Cheng J, Anton ES. Direct
visualization of microtubules using a genetic tool to analyse radial progenitor-astrocyte continuum in
brain. Nat Commun. 2011;2:446.
50. Eyster K, Appt S, Mark-Kappeler C, Chalpe A, Register T, Clarkson T. Gene expression signatures differ
with extent of atherosclerosis in monkey iliac artery. Menopause. 2011;18:1087-1095.
51. Eyster K. Dysfunctional hormonal regulation of metabolism in obesity. S D Med. 2011;18-21.
52. Fagerlund A, Autti-Rämö I, Hoyme HE, Mattson SN, Korkman M. Risk factors for behavioural problems
in foetal alcohol spectrum disorders. Acta Paediatr. 2011;100:1481-1488.
53. Farver DK. Getting High with Herbal Supplements. S D Med. 2011;64:421-423.
54. Fenton LJ. Trisomy 13 and 18 and quality of life: Treading “softly”. Am J Med Genet A. 2011;155:15271528.
55. Fiegen MM, Benson KD, Hanson JD, Prasek J, VanEerden P. The prevalence of urinary incontinence in
American Indian women from a South Dakota tribe. Int Urogynecol J. 2012;23:473-479.
56. Finn R, Kovacs A, Pearce D. Altered glutamate receptor function in the cerebellum of the Ppt1-/mouse, a murine model of infantile neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis. J Neurosci Res. 2012;90:367-375.
57. Finn R, Kovács AD, Pearce DA. Altered sensitivity of cerebellar granule cells to glutamate receptor
overactivation in the Cln3(Δex7/8)-knock-in mouse model of juvenile neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis.
Neurochem Int. 2011;58:648-655.
58. Flanagan JD, Stein QP, Mroch AR, Deberg KL, Crotwell PL, Davis-Keppen L. Bowen-Conradi Syndrome:
A Common Hutterite Condition That Mimics Trisomy 18. S D Med. 2012;65:221-223.
59. Freeman J. Clinical Decisions and Revisions. S D Med. 2012. (In press)
60. Freeman J. Is Premiere Healthcare Our Goal? S D Med. 2011;64: 61-63.
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61. Freeman J. Westerhuis B, Asfora W, Free T, Salem B. Meningioma Mimicking Parkinson’s Disease: A
Case Report and Analysis. S D Med. 2012. (In press)
62. Freeman JW, Hoffman WW. Kindness in Medicine: Appeal and Promise. S D Med. 2011;64:343-345.
63. Gamarra-Luques CD, Goyeneche AA, Hapon MB, Telleria CM. Mifepristone prevents repopulation of
ovarian cancer cells escaping cisplatin-paclitaxel therapy. BMC cancer. 2012;12:200.
64. Gao J, Tian L, Weng G, Bhagroo NV, Sorenson RL, O’Brien TD, Luo J, Guo Z. Stimulating beta cell
replication and improving islet graft function by GPR119 agonists. Transpl Int. 2011;24:1124-1134.
65. Gao J, Tian L, Weng G, O’Brien TD, Luo J, Guo A. Stimulating β-cell replication and improving islet graft
function by AR231453, A gpr119 agonist. Transplant Proc. 2011;43:3217-3220.
66. Getty AL, Benedict JW, Pearce DA. A novel interaction of CLN3 with nonmuscle myosin-IIB and
defects in cell motility of Cln3(-/-) cells. Exp Cell Res. 2011;317:51-69.
67. Getty AL, Pearce DA. Interactions of the proteins of neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis: clues to function.
Cell Mol Life Sci. 2011;68:453-474.
68. Gonzalez R, Lee JW, Snyder EY, Schultz PG. Dorsomorphin promotes human embryonic stem cell selfrenewal. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl. 2011;50:3439-3441.
69. Goyeneche A, Seidel EE, Telleria C. Growth inhibition induced by antiprogestins RU-38486, ORG13710, and CDBG-2914 in ovarian cancer cells involves inhibition of cyclin dependent kinase 2;
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70. Halasa N, Englund JA, Nachman S, Weinberg GA, Huber V, Allison K, Dubovsky F, Yi T, McCullers JA,
Flynn PM. Safety of live attenuated influenza vaccine in mild to moderately immunocompromised
children with cancer. Vaccine. 2011;29:4110-4115.
71. Hansen K, Eyster K. Endometriosis: current and emerging therapies. Clinical Medicine Reviews in
Women’s Health (online journal). 2011;3:29.
72. Hansen KA. 2020: a new decade for healthy people. S D Med. 2011;64:5.
73. Hanson JD, Winberg A, Elliott AJ. Development of a media campaign on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum
Disorders for Northern Plains American Indian communities. Health Promot Pract. 2012;13:842-847.
74. Hanson JD. Understanding prenatal care for American Indian women in the Northern Plains. J
Transcult Nurs, 2012;23:29-37.
75. Harmon EB, Harmon ML, Larsen TD, Yang J, Glasford JW, Perryman MB. Myotonic dystrophy protein
kinase is critical for nuclear envelope integrity. J Biol Chem. 2011;286:40296-40306.
76. Harris M, Pederson A, Schellinger E. Using Dissonant Narratives A Reflection on Teaching Theology
and Medicine. Practical Matters. 2011;4:1-9.
77. Harris WS, Kennedy KF, O’Keefe JH, Spertus JA. Red blood cell fatty acid levels improve GRACE score
prediction of 2-yr mortality in patients with myocardial infarction. Intl J Cardiology. 2012;S01675273:1182-1185.
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78. Harris WS, Pottala JV, Lacey SM, Vasan RS, Larson MG, Robins SJ. Clinical correlates and heritability of
erythrocyte eicosapentaenoic and docosahexaenoic acid content in the Framingham Heart Study.
Atherosclerosis. 2012;225:425-431.
79. Harris WS, Pottala JV, Vasan RS, Larson MG, Robins SJ. Changes in Erythrocyte Membrane Trans and
Marine Fatty Acids between 1999 and 2006 in Older Americans. J Nutr. 2012;142:1297-1303.
80. Hashimoto EH, Kamogae M, Vanzella TP, Cólus IM, Rodrigues AP, Bracarense AP, BittencourtOliveira M, Itano E, Kuroda EK, Kato H, Nagata S, Ueno Y, Harada K, Hrooka EY. (2012) Biomonitoring
of Microcystin and Aflatoxin Co-Occurrence in Aquaculture Using Immunohistochemistry and
Genotoxicity Assays. Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology. 2012;55:151-159.
81. Hauer KE, Hirsh D, Ma I, Hansen L, Ogur B, Poncelet AN, Alexander EK, O’Brien BC. The role of role:
learning in longitudinal integrated and traditional block clerkships. Med Educ. 2012;46:698-710.
82. Hayes WJ, Lemon MD, Farver DK. Gabapentin Enacarbil for Treatment of Restless Legs Syndrome in
Adults. Annals Pharmacother. 2012;46:229-239.
83. Hoffman WW. Extenuating Circumstances: Health Care In Its Right Mind: Medical Harm and the
Knowledge Revolution Part 1 – The State of Medical Knowledge SD Med 2012;65:21
84. Hoffman WW. Extenuating Circumstances: Health Care In Its Right Mind (Medical Harm and the
Knowledge Revolution): Part 2 – The Crisis of Medical Knowledge SD Med 2012;65:75
85. Hoffman WW. Extenuating Circumstances: Health Care In Its Right Mind (Medical Harm and the
Knowledge Revolution): Part 3 – Mindfulness and Medical Knowledge, SD Med 2012;65:117
86. Hoffman WW. Extenuating Circumstances: Health Care In Its Right Mind (Medical Harm and the
Knowledge Revolution): Part 4 – Story and Medical Knowledge, SD Med 2012;65:151
87. Hsu J, Safdar N. Polyclonal immunoglobulins and hyperimmune globulins in prevention and
management of infectious diseases. Infect Dis Clin N Am. 2011;25:772-788.
88. Hu Y, Ehli EA, Kittelsrud J, Ronan P, Munger K, Downey T, Bohlen K, Callahan L, Munson V, Jahnke M,
Marshall L, Nelson K, Huizenga P, Hansen R, Soundy TJ, Davies GE. Lipid-lowering effect of berberine
in human subjects and rats. Phytomedicine. 2012;19:861-867.
89. Hu Y, Ehli EA, Nelson K, Bohlen K, Lynch C, Huizenga P, Kittlelsrud J, Soundy TJ, Davies GE. Genotyping
performance between saliva and blood-derived DNAs on the DMET array: A Comparison. PLoS One.
2012;7:e33968.
90. Huang H, Liu N, Zhao K, Zhu C, Lu X, Li S, Lian W, Zhou P, Dong X, Zhao C, Guo H, Zhang C, Yang C,
Wen G, Lu L, Li X, Guan L, Liu C, Wang X, Dou QP, Liu J. Sanggenon C decreases tumor cell viability
associated with proteasome inhibition. Frontiers in Bioscience (Elite Edition). 2011;3:1315-1325.
91. Huesa C, Yadav MC, Finnilä MA, Goodyear SR, Robins SP, Tanner KE, Aspden RM, Millán JL, Farquharson
C. PHOSPHO1 is essential for mechanically competent mineralization and the avoidance of
spontaneous fractures. Bone. 2011;48:1066-1074.
92. Huntington MK. Healthy People, malaria, and South Dakota. S D Med. 2012;65:297-300.
93. Huntington MK. The Expanding Scope of Medical Travel. Am Fam Physician. 2011;84:863-864.
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94. Huntington MK. When the bed bugs bite. J Fam Pract. 2012;61:384-388.
95. Hussey EK, Portelli S, Fossler MJ, Gao F, Harris WS, Blum RA, Lates CD, Gould E, Abu-Baker O, Johnson
S, Reddy KK. Relative bioavailability of an emulsion formulation for omega-3-acid ethyl esters
compared to the commercially available LOVAZA: A randomized, parallel group single-dose study
followed by repeat dosing in healthy volunteers. Clin Pharm Drug Development. 2012;1:14-23.
96. Johnson CM, Haeming HH, Chatterjee A, Wei-Shou H, Weaver KE, Dunny GM. RNA-mediated
reciprocal regulation between two bacterial operons is RNase III dependent. MBio. 2011;2:e00189-11.
97. Johnston DT, Deuster PA, Harris WS, MacRae H, Dretsch MN. Red blood cell omega-3 fatty acid levels
and neurocognitive performance in deployed U.S. Servicemembers. Nutr Neurosci. 2012. (In press).
98. Kasznia-Brown J, Burn P. Imaging of the small bowel: a pictorial review. Br J Hosp Med (Lond).
2011;72:M27-M32.
99. Katkov II, Kan NG, Cimadamore F, Nelson B, Snyder EY, Terskikh AV. DMSO-Free Programmed
Cryopreservation of Fully Dissociated and Adherent Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells. Stem
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1.
Boer David, Emergency Medical Services for Children - Partnership Grant, U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Service Administration, $130,000.00 (March
2011-February 2012)
2.
Boer David, Emergency Medical Services for Children - Partnership Grant, U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Service Administration, $130,000.00 (March
2012-February 2013)
3.
Boer David, Emergency Medical Services for Children—supplement, U.S. Department of Health and
Human Services, Health Resources and Service Administration, $13,000.00 (March 2011-February
2012)
4.
Boer David, SDEMSC Bike Safety, SD Department of Highway Safety, $41,959.50 (October
2010-September 2012)
5.
Bunger Paul, Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students, U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services, Health Resources and Service Administration, $37,875.00 (July 2011-June 2012)
6.
Burrell Brian, Endocannabinoid-Dependent Modulation of Nociceptive Synapses: Cellular properties
and functional significance, National Science Foundation, $329,583.00 (June 2011-May 2014)
7.
Forster Gina, Neural & Behavioral Correlates of PTSD & Alcohol Use, U.S. Department of Defense,
$700,000.00 (September 2010-September 2013)
8.
Forster Gina, Neural Mechanisms Linking Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Anxiety States in the Animal
Model, U.S. Department of Defense, $423,899.00 (September 2012-February 2012)
9.
Forster Gina, Neural Sensitivity to Stress During Drug Withdrawal, U.S. Department of Health and
Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $245,034.00 (July 2005-April 2016)
10. Forster Gina, Neural Sensitivity to Stress During Drug Withdrawal, U.S. Department of Health and
Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $238,339.00 (July 2005-April 2016)
11. Forster Gina, Neural Sensitivity to Stress During Drug Withdrawal, U.S. Department of Health and
Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $13,443.00 (May 2012-April 2013)
12. Garry Julie, Mechanisms for Cardiovascular Remodeling, U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services, National Institutes of Health, $36,703.00 (July 2011-June 2012)
13. Goodman Barbara, South Dakota Biomedical Research Infrastructure Network, U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $2,907,790.00 (May 2011-April 2014)
14. Goodman Barbara, South Dakota Biomedical Research Infrastructure Network, U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $224,807.00 (September 2011-April 2014)
15. Goodman Barbara, South Dakota Biomedical Research Infrastructure Network, U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $3,140,484.00 (September 2001-April 2014)
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16. Grinde Shelly, SD Deaf-Blind Project FY12, U.S. Department of Education, $101,746.00 (October
2011-September 2012)
17. Grinde Shelly, Traumatic Brain Injury Summer Institute Training Proposal, SD Department of
Education, $25,968.00 (June 2012-September 2013)
18. Gupta Brij, Aspects of MUC13 in Cancer, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National
Institutes of Health, $38,033.00 (May 2012-April 2013)
19. Gupta Brij, Aspects of MUC13 Mucin in Cancer, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services,
National Institutes of Health, $36,818.00 (May 2011-April 2012)
20. Hansen Lori, Core Clinical Education: Examining Processes and Outcomes of Learning in Longitudinal
Integrated Clerkships, Josiah Macy, Jr., Foundation, $4,000.00 (October 2010-September 2011)
21. Huber Victor, Construct Novel Influenza A (H1N1) Virus Chimeric HA Genes for Development of
Broadly Protective Vaccine Candidates, .S. Department of Health and Human Services, National
Institutes of Health, $119,687.00 (July 2010-June 2012)
22. Huber Victor, Surveillance of influenza viruses within the swine abattoir population, U.S. Department
of Health and Human Services, $56,086.00 (April 2012-March 2013)
23. Jacobson Amy, HOSA: Health Occupation Students of America, Sioux Falls Area Community
Foundation, $2,968.00 (March 2012-February 2013)
24. Keating Amanda, Autism Spectrum Disorders, SD Department of Human Services, SD Council on
Developmental Disabilities, $112,500.00 (July 2011-June 2012)
25. Keating Amanda, Autism Summer Training 2011, SD Department of Education, Office of Special
Education, $51,709.00 (March 2011-October 2011)
26. Keating Amanda, Behavioral Supports for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs), U.S.
Department of Education, SD Department of Education, $107,575.00 (June 2010-July 2011)
27. Keating Amanda, Behavioral Supports for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs), U.S.
Department of Education, SD Department of Education, $131,004.00 (July 2011-June 2012)
28. Keifer Joyce, Neuronal Pathways Underlying in Vitro Motor Learning, U.S. Department of Health and
Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $294,202.00 (April 1999-April 2014)
29. Keifer Joyce, Neuronal Pathways Underlying in Vitro Motor Learning, U.S. Department of Health and
Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $19,994.00 (May 2011-April 2012)
30. Keifer Joyce, Neuronal Pathways Underlying in Vitro Motor Learning, U.S. Department of Health and
Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $314,193.00 (April 1999-April 2014)
31. Koch Michael, VA/LCM Contract, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Medical Center, Sioux Falls,
SD, $445,454.00 (June 2011-May 2012)
32. Kurtz Eric, Autism Summer Training 2012, SD Department of Education, Office of Special Education,
$51,868.00 (March 2012-October 2012)
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33. Kurtz Eric, CDC-AUCD-HRSA Leadership Opportunity, Association of University Centers on Disabilities,
$4,000.00 (January 2012-December 2012)
34. Kurtz Eric, Integrating iPad Technology for Individuals with ASDSD, Department of Education,
$4,640.00 (February 2012-July 2012)
35. Kvigne Valborg, Aberdeen Area IHS Diabetes Program Grants Training, Aberdeen Area Indian Health
Service, $81,920.00 (2011-2012)
36. Kvigne Valborg, FASD: Personal Perspectives to Broaden Your Horizons, Chiesman Foundation for
Democracy, $3,150.00 (January 2012-March 2012)
37. Maltaverne Marcia, Addressing Educational Intervention Statewide for Students that have FAS, U.S.
Department of Education, SD Department of Education, $160,290.00 (July 2011-June 2012)
38. Marsh Amy, SD EMSC Bike Safety, SD Department of Public Safety, SD Office of Highway Safety,
$32,697.50 (October 2011-September 2012)
39. Moore Elizabeth, Examination of Eukaryotic SNARE Syntaxin 6 Localization to the Chlamydial
Inclusion, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $157,665.00
(April 2011-March 2013)
40. Moore Elizabeth, Examination of Eukaryotic SNARE Syntaxin 6 Localization to the Chlamydial
Inclusion, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $106,440.00
(April 2011-March 2013)
41. Morecraft Robert, Mechanisms Underlying Motor Recovery Following Brain Injury, U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, ($375,232.00 (June 2011-May 2012)
42. Morecraft Robert, Mechanisms underlying motor recovery following brain injury, U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $375,299.00 (July 2003-May 2014)
43. Morecraft Robert, Mechanisms underlying Motor Recovery-Supplement, U.S. Department of Health
and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $61,597.00 (July 2003-May 2014)
44. Ranek Mark, The Role of PKG in the Stimulation of the UPS by the Muscarinic 2 Receptor, American
Heart Association, $26,000.00 (January 2011-December 2012)
45. Ranek Mark, The Role of PKG in the Stimulation of the UPS by the Muscarinic 2 Receptor, American
Heart Association, $26,000.00 (January 2011-December 2012)
46. Stettnichs Heather, Providing Information and Resources to South Dakota, .South Dakota Council on
Developmental Disabilities, $18,000.00 (April 2011-March 2012)
47. Stettnichs Heather, Providing Information and Resources to South Dakota, U.S. Department of Health
and Human Services, SD Department of Human Services, $18,000.00 (April 2008-March 2013)
48. Stettnichs Heather, Quality Assurance - Abuse & Neglect of Vulnerable Persons, U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services, SD Department of Human Services, $4,977.00 (January 2011-January
2012)
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49. Stevens Dennis, LEND Pediatric Audiology Expansion Project, Association of University Centers on
Disabilities, $65,000.00 (July 2011-June 2012)
50. Stevens Dennis, LEND Pediatric Audiology Project, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services,
Health Resources and Service Administration, $65,000.00 (July 2011-June 2012)
51. Stevens Dennis, SD Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (SD LEND), U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Service Administration,
$537,466.00 (July 2011-June 2016)
52. Struck Judy, Birth to 3 Connections Consultant Services, SD Department of Education, $240,444.00
(July 2011-June 2012)
53. Struck Judy, Cheyenne River Developmental Clinic FY11Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, $186,000.000
(October 2010-September 2011)
54. Struck Judy, FASD Education Campaign, National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, $1,750.00
(September 2011-July 2012)
55. Struck Judy, Funds for Diagnosis and Consultation Services for Families in Need, South Dakota
Community Foundation, $3,000.00 (July 2011-June 2012)
56. Struck Judy, University Center for Excellence in DD Education, Research & Services (UCEDD), U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, $535,000.00
(July 2007-June 2012)
57. Su Huabo, The Ubiquitin Proteasome System in Diabetic Cardiomyopathy, American Heart
Association, National Center $77,000.00 (July 2011-June 2015)
58. Telleria Carlos, Antiprogestin Therapy for Ovarian Cancer, U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services, National Institutes of Health, $425,596.00 (March 2012-February 2015)
59. Telleria Carlos, ARRA Administrative Supplement for K22 CA121991 under notice NOT-OD-09-056,
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $107,741.00 (October
2009-September 2011)
60. Telleria Carlos, Enhancement of the Lethality of Platinum-Based Therapy by Antiprogestins in
Ovarian Cancer: Preclinical Studies using Animal Models Resembling Disease initiation, Progression &
Metastasis, South Dakota Board of Regents, $85,000.00 (August 2010-August 2011)
61. Telleria Carlos, Growth Inhibition Induced by Mifepristone in Ovarian Cancer Year 3, U.S. Department
of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $141,885.00 (September 2007-August
2011)
62. Timms Barry, Bisphenol A: Urine Flow Disorder and Prostate Pathology, U.S. Department of Health
and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $71,700.00 (September 2009-December 2011)
63. Timms Barry, Bisphenol A: Urine Flow Disorder and Prostate Pathology, U.S. Department of Health
and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $16,501.77 (November 2011-December 2011)
64. Van Osdel Joanne, Maternal & Child Health Careers/Research Initiatives for Student EnhancementUndergraduate Program, Kennedy Krieger Institute, $44,000.00 (July 2011-July 2012)
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65. Vogt H Bruce, Area Health Education Centers Infrastructure Development Award, U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Service Administration, $1,111,220.00 (September
2011-August 2012)
66. Waller Steven, Center for Cancer Biology Research, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services,
National institutes of Health, $75,213.00 (September 2011-June 2016)
67. Wang Hongmin, Modeling Pathogenesis of Huntington’s Disease Using Patient-derived Induced
Pluripotent Stem Cells Free of Viral & Transgenic Insertions, U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services, National Institutes of Health, $430,500.00 (April 2011-March 2013)
68. Wang Hongmin, Role of Ubiquitin in Ischemic Stroke, South Dakota Board of Regents, $93,450.00
(August 2011-August 2012)
69. Wang Xuejun, Inadequate Protein Quality Control in Heart Failure, American Heart Association,
National Center, $500,000.00 (January 2007-December 2012)
70. Wang Xuejun, Molecular Pathogenesis of Protein Surplus Cardiomyopathy, U.S. Department of Health
and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $358,750.00 (April 2011-March, 2014)
71. Wang Xuejun, Molecular Pathogenesis of Protein Surplus Cardiomyopathy, U.S. Department of Health
and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $355,163.00 (December 2002-March 2014)
72. Wang Xuejun, Proteasome, Protein Oxidation, and Cardiomyocyte Function, U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $187,470.00 (July 2008-June 2012)
73. Wang Xuejun, The COP9 Signalosome in the Heart, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services,
National Institutes of Health, $357,814.00 (July 2006-April 2012)
74. Wang Xuejun, The COP9 Signalosome in the Heart, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services,
National Institutes of Health, $360,938.00 (July 2006-February 2016)
75. Weaver Keith, Genetic Functions of an Enteroccal R Factor, U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services, National Institutes of Health, $60,960.00 (August 2010-June 2014)
76. Weaver Keith, Genetic functions of an Enterococcal R factor, U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services, National Institutes of Health, $60,959.00 (August 2010-August 2014)
77. Weltman Nathan, Role of low thyroid function after Myocardial Infarction in Diabetes, American
Diabetes Association, $28,500.00 (July 2011-June 2013)
78. Weltman Nathan, Thyroid Hormone Regulation of Vascular in Adult Myocardium, U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $16,000.00 (July 2011-June 2012)
79. Weltman Nathan, Thyroid Hormone Regulation of Vascular in Adult Myocardium, U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $5,760.00 (July 2011-June 2012)
80. Winberg Austin, FASD Prevention - WIC FY11SD Department of Human Services, Division of Alcohol &
Drug Abuse, $186,811.14 (February 2008-May 2012)
81. Winberg Austin, SD Deaf-Blind Project FY11, U.S. Department of Education, $101,746.00 (October
2008-September 2013)
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82. Yuan Sharleen, Role of TRPV Receptors & Endocannabinoids in Modulating Nociceptive Signaling,
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $41,800.00 (September
2011-August 2013)
83. Yutrzenka Gerald, Center for Health Research in Tribes in SD-MT-WYU.S. Department of Health and
Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $1,004,595.00 (September 2005-February 2015)
84. Yutrzenka Gerald, Center for Health Research in Tribes in SD-MT-WYU.S. Department of Health and
Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $128,999.00 (April 2011-February 2012)
85. Yutrzenka Gerald, Center for Health Research in Tribes in SD-MT-WY, U.S. Department of Health and
Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $1,129,565.00 (March 2012-February 2015)
86. Yutrzenka Gerald, Healthcare Careers Summer Camp, Delta Dental Foundation, $3,000.00, (June
2012-June 2016)
87. Yutrzenka Gerald, INMED Satellite Office, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Indian
Health Service, $60,086.00 (May 2011-February 2012)
88. Yutrzenka Gerald, INMED Satellite Office, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Indian
Health Service, $3,818.00 (October 2011-February 2012)
89. Yutrzenka Gerald, Center for Health Research in Tribes in SD-MT-WYU.S. Department of Health and
Human Services, National Institutes of Health, $275,206.00 (September 2005-February 2015)
90. Yutrzenka Gerald, INMED Satellite Office, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Indian
Health Service, $18,420.00 (March 2012-JJune 2012)
91. Zhang Dong, Investigate the function of FANCJ in the regulation of centrosome cycle, Fanconi
Anemia Research Fund, Inc, $186,545.00 (May 2012-April 2014)
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Faculty Awards and Appointed Offices
1.
Alsgaard Hartley, 10 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
2.
Bade Priscilla, 20 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
3.
Barker James, 10 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
4.
Bean David, 35 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
5.
Berry Jeanne, 20 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
6.
Bird Daniel, Class of 1958 Basic Science Faculty Award, SSOM Alumni Relations Council
7.
Bloom Michael, Department of Family Medicine Educator and Scholar Award
8.
Bloom Michael, 35 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
9.
Brechtelsbauer David, 25 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
10. Bunch Bonnie, Leonard Tow-Humanism in Medicine Award
11. Bunger Paul, 35 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
12. Carpenter Paul, Class of 1983 Clinical Faculty Award, SSOM Alumni Relations Council
13. Cauwels Jeremy, Service Excellence Doctor of the Year, Sanford USD Medical Center
14. Chandrasekher Gudiseva; Member for NEI/NIH EETN-G, Sensory Technologies Grant review study
section for the review meetings in July 2011, November 2011, March 2012 and June 2012.
15. Chaussee Michael, 10 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
16. De Guzman-David Maria, Academic Faculty Teaching Award, Internal Medicine Residency Program
17. Dimitrievich-Richardson Elizabeth, 20 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of
South Dakota
18. Druecker Scott, Faculty appreciation recognition, USD Women’s Soccer
19. Durst Jr. Robert, Anton Hyden Award
20. Eidsness LuAnn, 20 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
21. Eidsness LuAnn, Doctor of the Month, January 2012, Sanford USD Medical Center
22. Elshami Ashraf, 15 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
23. Elson David, 30 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
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24. Elson David, Elected to Alpha Omega Alpha as Faculty
25. Ermer David, Awarded Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association
26. Evans David, Golden Apple Award, Rapid City Campus
27. Fanciullo Joseph, Chair Award, Department of Internal Medicine
28. Fanciullo Joseph, 15 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
29. Farver Debra, Golden Apple Award, Yankton Campus
30. Fiechtner Helen, Awarded Fellow in the Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group
31. Fischer Christopher, Doctor of the Month, September 2011, Sanford USD Medical Center
32. Fogas Bruce, 20 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
33. Forster Gina, 10 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
34. Fuller William, 35 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
35. Gavin Jane, Class of 1958 Basic Science Faculty Award, SSOM Alumni Relations Council
36. Goodman Barb, APS Guyton Physiology Educator of the Year Awardee, American Physiological
Society
37. Goodman Barb, 25 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
38. Grinde Shelly, American Speech Language Hearing Association Award for Continuing Education
(ACE)
39. Hansen Lori, 20 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
40. Hardie Richard, 25 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
41. Hearns Valerie, 15 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
42. Heiling Karen, Edward J. Batt Memorial Teaching Award
43. Heisinger Randolph, 10 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
44. Heisler Michael, Teacher of the Year Award, Center for Family Medicine
45. Holm Richard, 30 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
46. Hoyme H. Eugene, 2012 Excellence Award, National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (NOFAS)
47. Humphreys Donald, 35 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
48. Jensen Richard, 15 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
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49. Johnson Mark, 20 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
50. Karl Stephen, 20 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
51. Keegan James, Recognized for Best Practices Implementing Programs that Protect Workers & Patients,
Regional Health
52. Kemp Earl, 30 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
53. Khan Mohammed, 10 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
54. Knutson Brian, 10 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
55. Koch Michael, 10 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
56. Kost Jr. Curtis, 2nd Year Golden Apple Teaching Award / USD Basic Biomedical Science Faculty
Teaching Award, Medical Students- Second Year
57. Kost Jr. Curtis, 10 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
58. Kumar Ashok, Golden Apple Award, Fort Meade Campus
59. Kumar Ashok, Humanitarian of the Year, SD Chapter American College of Physicians
60. Kuntz Carol, Cambridge Who’s Who Professional of the Year, Representing Counseling & Treatment
61. Kuntz Carol, 15 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
62. Larson Eric, 10 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
63. Lee John, Doctor of the Year, USD Sanford Medical Center
64. Lindemann Janet, 15 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
65. Maddox David, 15 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
66. Martin Douglas, 20 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
67. Megard Daniel, 20 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
68. Miller Nathan, Clinical Faculty Teaching Award, Internal Medicine Residency Program
69. Miskimins Robin, 20 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
70. Morecraft Robert, 20 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
71. Nelson David, Clinical Teaching Award, Sioux Falls Family Practice Residency
72. Nettleman Mary, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine Distinguished Faculty Award
73. Nettleman Mary, University of Iowa College of Public Health Outstanding Alumni Award
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74. Niazi Mumtaz, Awarded Fellow, American College of Physicians
75. Nord Wesley, 25 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
76. Ott Gary, 15 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
77. Parry Rodney, 35 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
78. Parry Rodney, Teacher of the Year, SD Chapter American College of Physicians
79. Pearce David, Chartered Member, NIH Neurological Sciences and Disorders B Study Section
80. Percy William, 20 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
81. Pesce Ulises, 15 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
82. Petereit Daniel, Awarded Fellow, American Society for Radiation Oncology
83. Santos Arvin, Physician of the Month, April 2012, Avera Medical Group Nephrology
84. Schlenker Evelyn, 30 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
85. Settles Ann, Golden Apple Award, SSOM Medical Students
86. Settles Ann, 30 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
87. Soundy Timothy, Awarded Distinguished Fellow, American Psychiatric Association
88. Soundy Timothy, The Chester McVay Award for Teaching and Research Excellence
89. Soule Douglas, 35 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
90. Stacy Kelly, Young Physician of the Year, SD Chapter American College of Physicians
91. Stone Kurt, Resident Teaching Award
92. Stys Adam, Service Award, Department of Internal Medicine
93. Thatcher Ruth, 10 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
94. Thompson Vance, Distinguished Alumni Award, SSOM Alumni Relations Council
95. Timms Barry, 25 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
96. Vogt H. Bruce, Special Recognition Award for services as editor of South Dakota Medicine South
Dakota State Medical Association
97. Vogt H. Bruce, Class of 1954 Warren L. Jones Faculty Award, SSOM Alumni Relations Council
98. Vogt H. Bruce, 30 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
99. Wallace James, 20 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
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100. Wang XJ, Awarded Fellow, American Physiological Society, American Physiological Society
Cardiovascular Section
101. Watson Mary, 20 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
102. Watt Michael, 10 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
103. Whittle Kevin, 25 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
104. Whittle Kevin, Golden Apple Award, Sioux Falls Campus
105. Wilde Michael, 10 Years of Service to Sanford School of Medicine and State of South Dakota
106. Yeager Terry, Highest Award for Achievement, Dale Carnegie Course
107. Yutrzenka Jerry, Recognition Award, CGSA Steering Committee, Association of American Medical
Colleges
108. Zamulko Alla, Physician Recognition Award with Commendation, American Medical Association
109. Zeigler Candace, Elected to Alpha Omega Alpha as Alumnus
110. Zhao Haotion, Patriotic Employer Award for the SPUR program, National Guard. – SPUR student Ryan
Nimick, an active member of the National Guard, completed his summer research with Dr. Zhao
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Best Doctors in America® 2013
Abraham Prema
Fuller William C.
Schultz Gregory A.
Aldrich Marc
Gilbert Jorge A.
Simmons Matthew E.
Bauer Barry
Graham Donald B.
Soundy Timothy
Bean David W.
Hansen Keith A.
Statz Michael J.
Berry Jeanne
Hedges Craig
Thomas David A.
Beshara Marcia J.
Hibbard Michael
Thompson Vance
Blake Jerome
Hoyme H. Eugene
Tibbles Patrick M.
Bormes Paul A.
Hurley Brian T.
Timmerman Gary
Braithwaite Thomas
Jassim Ali D.
Tschida Brian E.
Brandenburg Verdayne
Lang David H.
Uthe Craig J.
Bubak Mark E.
Lang Terry A.
Van Demark, Jr. Robert E.
Buehner Marvin E.
Looby, Jr. John E.
Wallace James W.
Calhoon Stephen L.
Lovrien Fred C.
Wellman Lawrence R.
Carpenter Paul L.
Madison Dean L.
Wilde Michael C.
Cink Thomas M.
Masterson Thomas E.
Zawada, Jr. Edward Thaddeus
Dahl Robert K.
McHale Michael S.
Den Hartog Bryan
Miles Carol Beth
Donelan Timothy P.
Munson David P.
Durr Samuel J.
Murray Jeffrey A.
Durst Robert
Nettleman Mary
Engelbrecht James A.
Petereit Daniel G.
Evans David C.
Ridgway Timothy
Fanciullo Joseph J.
Rolfsmeyer Eric S.
Fay Brian
Sarbacker Sarah K.
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US News Top Doctors
* Denotes that a doctor is among the top 1% in the nation in his/her specialty. Remaining doctors
listed are determined to be in the top 10% in their region)
Allen Raymond, Cardiologist
Barth Richard, Endocrinologist
Buehner Marvin, Obstetrician-Gynecologist
Engelbrecht James, Rheumatologist
Fausch Mark, Cardiologist
Frederickson Helen, Gynecologic Oncologist
* Hoyme H. Eugene, Clinical Geneticist
Kelts Alan, Neurologist
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