I have experience in qualitative and quantitative social research, education, creating written materials (both fiction and non-fiction), medical imaging (both X-ray and Nuclear Medicine), the military, web design, and some programming experience. I am also a frequent presenter and panelist at both literary and academic conventions, and have professionally formatted ebooks in both ePub and Kindle formats as well as print layout.
PO Box 20598
Dayton, OH 45420
(937)234-7287 Evenings (EST)
Schedule a meeting time using Calendy
Wright State University• June 2009
Wright State University • March 2011
Naval School Of Health Sciences • August 1999
Fort Knox Non-Commissioned Officers Academy • March 2011
Army Academy of Health Sciences • June 1995
Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton OH • 2002 - Present
Alliteration Ink, Dayton OH • 2011 - 2019
Context Convention, Fanaco Inc, Columbus OH • 2013 - 2014
Department of Sociology, Wright State University • 2011 - 2012
U.S. Army, Fort Leonard Wood • 2000 - 2002
U.S. Army, Fort Leonard Wood, MO • 2000 - 2002
Nuclear Medicine Department, U.S. Army, Fort Leonard Wood • 2000 - 2002
Over eighteen years of nuclear medicine experience and over twenty years medical imaging experience in civilian and military environments. Create instructional materials for medical, technical, and literary settings. Present original research at conferences. Facilitate formal and informal instruction in one-on-one, small group, and classroom settings. Conduct social and behavioral research in academic and professional settings using qualitative and quantitative methods. Maintain and develop a high level of computer competency to facilitate teaching and learning opportunities.
At Miami Valley Hospital I was responsibile for several aspects of quality control, creating staff workflows, creating and altering programs, improving patient flow, and personnel training. I even did research to back up our facility's decision to stop performing combined gastric emptying studies.
Here are a series of uncompiled Aladdin™ scripts to work with the Xeleris Molecular Imaging System™ and other files for a nuclear medicine clinic.
Selected Conference panels
My experience is varied and largely self-taught, starting with modding BBSes in C in 1995 and continuing through to the work I put out today. This experience means that I usually don't know it's impossible to do something until after I've already figured out a way to do it.
Some of the projects I'm happiest with are:
Whether it is about nuclear medicine, advising on publishing, conducting sociological research, teaching a class, or speaking at a conference, I can help you. Contact me with any of the ways below.