Stephen H. Thomas

University of Oklahoma, USA


User Biography : Dr Stephen H. Thomas Stephen H. Thomas serves as the Chair of the Emergency Medicine Department at The University of Oklahoma. He received his undergraduate degree and M.D. degree in six years from Louisiana State University and his M.P.H. degree focusing on quantitative methods, biostatistics, and epidemiology from Harvard University. He was an Emergency Medicine Intern at East Carolina University for three years. Afterwards, he served as an Instructor in emergency medicine at East Carolina University School of Medicine, then as an Instructor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He was employed as the Assistant Professor of Surgery then as the Associate Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School. In 2003, he was designated a Scholar at the Academy at Harvard Medical School. Thomas has served many professional positions including Consultant in hyperbaric medicine, Oral Board Examiner for the American Board of Emergency Medicine. He also served as an Attending Physician in the emergency services at Massachusetts General Hospital. Thomas has been a member of various international and national committees that focus on a variety of subjects that range from emergency medical services to institutional grants. He has been an ad hoc reviewer for various medical journals. Not only is Dr. Thomas a very experienced individual in the medical profession, but also he has been awarded many honors for his work in the field. Thomas has received the Inaugural Year Best Teacher Awards from Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medical Residency, Best Research Paper from the National Medical Association Annual Meeting in 2005, and the Rathke Award for Contributions in Prehospital Care from the Minnesota State EMS Medical Directors.

Biography Updated on 21 November 2011

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