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Sandra M. Gomez, MD, CV

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Birmingham, AL, 35223
Posted:
September 08, 2008

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SANDRA M. GÓMEZ, MD

**** ******* ** • BIRMINGHAM, AL 35223 jvq4oa@r.postjobfree.com

PERSONAL DATA

Maiden Name Sandra María López Quiroga

Place of birth Arroyo Blanco, Cuba

Date of birth September 11, 1952

Linage/Ethnicity Hispanic

Father Marcos Rogelio Lopez Espinosa

(Deceased, April 22, 1971)

Mother Clara Lopez

835 West 176 St Apt 3-H

New York, NY 10033

Languages English, Spanish

Spouse Camilo R. Gómez, MD

Alabama Neurological Institute, Director

513 Brookwood Blvd, Suite 405

Birmingham, AL 35209 205-***-****

Children Cadet Cristina C. Gomez

USMA West Point, NY Class 2009

Cadet Camilo A. Gomez

Marian Military Institute, AL

USNA, Annapolis, MD Class 2013

Citizenship USA

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Primary school “Jose Marti” Elementary School

1957-1963 Arroyo Blanco, Cuba

High School – Baccalaureate “Heriberto Felipe” Junior High

1963-1966, Jatibonico, Cuba

“Elcires Perez Gonzalez” High school

1966-1969 Sancti-Spiritus, Cuba

Medical School University of Salamanca

1973-1979 Salamanca, Spain

“Universidad Central del Este”

1979-1981 San Pedro de Macoris

Dominican Republic

Degree: MD (Medical Doctor)

PREFESIONAL ACTIVITIES

Externship in Neurology, Department of Neurology. Saint Louis University Hospital, Veterans Administration Hospital

July /1983 - December / 1983

Postgraduate Year 1: Internal Medicine. Internship, Saint Louis University Hospital.

January/1984 – December/1984. Sponsored by the Department of Neurology. (Chairman Simon Horenstein, MD)

Postgraduate Year 2: Neurology Resident (Junior). Saint Louis University Hospital. January/1985 – December 1985 (Chairmen: Simon Horenstein, MD, later John B. Selhorst, MD)

Postgraduate Year 3: Neurology Resident (Senior) Saint Louis University Hospital, Veteran Administration Hospital. January/1985-December/1985 (Chairman: John B. Selhorst, MD)

Postgraduate Year 4: Neurology Resident (Senior) Veterans Administration Hospital, Cardinal Glennon Pediatric Hospital, Saint Louis University Hospital. (Chairman: John B. Selhorst, MD)

Postgraduate Year 5: Cerebrovascular Disease Fellow. The Stroke Resource Center, Department of Neurology, Saint Louis University Hospitals. January/1988 – June/1989. (Director: Camilo R. Gomez, MD, FACA)

Private Practice – General Neurology / Cerebrovascular Diseases

(July 1989/April 1995) Partner: Denise Taylor, MD LLC 3450 Bridgeland Dr. Bridgeton MO, 63044 Tel 314-***-****

Private Consultant: 1995-2003

PRESENT ACTIVITIES

-Student: Political Science and History Major, University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB)

-Vice-President, REDFEM ; NPO sponsored by the NED

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

Instructor, Department of Communication Disorders, Saint Louis University

(July 1989/April 1995)

HONORS AND AWARDS

Resident Teaching Award. Department of Neurology. Saint Louis University Medical Center, June 1987

Honorary Professor of Neurology. School of Medicine. Universidad Central del Este. Dominican Republic.

Honorable Mention. William M. McKinney Award in Neurosonology. American Society of Neuroimaging. February 1989

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Articles

Non-invasive evaluation of stroke with SPECT. South Med J 1988; 81: 1245-1248.

Acute thalamic esotropia. Neurology 1988; 38:1759-1762

Evaluation and follow-up of carotid-cavernous fistulae by transcranial Doppler: and illustrative case. Neurosurgery 1989; 24:749-752.

Doppler determination of cerebral perfusion in patients undergoing CPR: methodology and preliminary results. Ann Emerg Med 1990; 19: 1148-1151

Medo-diencephalic infraction: a not so rare form of stroke. Ital J Neurol Science. 1990;

11: 551-557

Transcranial Doppler ultrasonographic assessment of intermittent light stimulation ar different frequencies. Stroke 1990; 21: 1746-1748

Color-flow imaging in Neurosonology: technical background and clinical applications. J Islamic Medical Association 1988; 20: 141-145

ABSTRACTA and PRESENTATION

Increased blood flow during subclinical epileptogenic discharges demonstrated by radionuclide scanning. Proc 15th Child Neurol Soc # 207. October 1986

Acute esotropia: a sign of thalamic ischemia. Neurol 37(1); 289, 1987. Presented at the 39th meeting of the American Academy of Neurology. New York, NY, April 9, 1987

Clinical spectrum of meso-diencephalic ischemia. Proc VII Panama Cong Neurol. P 49.

October 1987

Abnormal cerebral vasoreactivity in twins with migraine and strokes. Ann Neurol 24(1): 158, 1988. Presented at the 113th Annual Meeting of the American Neurological Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. October 4, 1988

Comparison of TCD evaluation of syncope and vertebrobasilar insufficiency. J Cardiovascular Technol 8(2): 167-168, 1989. Presented at the 3rd International Symposium on Intracranial Hemodynamics: Transcranial Doppler and Cerebral Blood Flow. February 13, 1989

The elusive transtemporal window: a demographic and technical study. Journal Cardiovascular Technology 8 (2): 176-177, 1989. Presented at the 3rd International Symposium of Intracranial Hemodynamics; Transcranial Doppler and Cerebral Blood Flow. February 13, 1989

The effects of temporal summation of visual stimuli in the Doppler characteristics of the posterior cerebral arteries of normal volunteers. Presented at the 12th Meeting of the American Society of Neuroimaging. Orlando, FL. February 24, 1989

Diagnosis of basilar artery occlusion by transcranial Doppler. Neurology 39(1): 122, 1989. Presented at the 41st Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology. Chicago, IL.

April 15, 1989

Hemodynamic evaluation of AVMs by 3-D transcranial Doppler scanning. Neurology 39 (1): 134, 1989. Presented at the 41st Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology. Chicago, IL. April 15, 1989

Transcranial Doppler complements MRI in the evaluation of cavernous malformations. Neurology 39 (1): 134, 1989. Presented at the 41st Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology. Chicago, IL. April 15, 1989

Doppler determination of cerebral perfusion in patients undergoing CPR: methodology and preliminary findings. Ann Emerg Med 18(4): 176/456, 1989. Presented at the 19th Meeting of the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine. May 23, 1989

Transcranial Doppler monitoring of cardiopulmonary resuscitation: logistics of human and animal experimentation. J Cardiovascular Technology. Presented at the 4th International Symposium on Intracranial Hemodynamics: Transcranial Doppler and Cerebral Blood Flow. Orlando, FL. February 14, 1990

Assessment of the cerebral hemodynamic effects of CPR using transcranial Doppler. Neurology 40 (1): 145, 1990. Presented at the 42nd Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology. Miami, FL. April 2, 1990

Impact of transesophageal echocardiography in the etiologic diagnosis of cerebral ischemic events. Neurology 40 (1): 433, 1990. Presented at the 42nd Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology. Miami, FL. April 4, 1990.

Exaggerated cerebral vasoconstriction as an interictal marker of migraine. Ann Neurol. Presented at the 115th Annual Meeting of the American Neurological Association. Atlanta, GA.

October 15, 1990.

Thalamic lesion producing ataxic hemiparesis. Stroke 1988; 19: 1181

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Assistant Investigator: “ A 21 day double blind, parallel group, multicenter study to compare the efficacy and safety of nimodipine with that of placebo in patients with acute ischemic stroke.”

(IRB # 4509)

Assistant Investigator: “North American symptomatic carotid endarterectomy trial (NASCET)

(IRB #4507)

Assistant Investigator: “Evaluation of patients with stroke and transient ischemic attacks: comparative yield of transesophageal and transthoracic Doppler echocardiography”

(IRB # 5023)

Principal Investigator:”The effects of temporal summation of visual stimuli in the Doppler characteristics of the posterior cerebral artery of normal volunteers”

BOOKS / MAGAZINES

“I Shall Go On”. Copyright @ 2005 Sandra M. Gómez.

Library of Congress Control Number: 200-***-****

“Versos en Son”. Copyright @2006 Sandra M. Gómez

Library of Congress Control Number: TX-6-297-899

“Rimas Libres”. Copyright @ 2006 Sandra M. Gómez

Library of Congress Control Number: TX-6-297-898

AVANCE Magazine, 1223 Midvale Ave, Charleston, SC 29412 843-***-****

References

Camilo R. Gómez, MD, MBA

Alabama Neurological Institute

513 Brookwood Blvd, Suite 405

Birmingham, AL 35209

205-***-****

Denise Taylor MD, LLC

3450 Bridgeland Dr

Bridgeton MO 63044

314-***-****



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