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  • 1.Updated December, 2005CURRICULUM VITAERonald Gary Victor, M.D. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:1984-1985Associate in Medicine, University of Iowa, College of Medicine 1986-1990Assistant Professor of Medicine, Cardiology Division, UTSouthwestern Medical Center 1990-1996Associate Professor of Medicine with Tenure, CardiologyDivision, UT Southwestern 1993-1994Visiting Associate Professor in Molecular Cardiology,Johns Hopkins Medical School, Baltimore, Maryland January, 1997- Professor of Medicine, UT Southwestern (effective 9/1/97) December, 1997-Chief, Hypertension Division, UT Southwestern 1998-2000Director, NHLBI Specialized Center of Research on IschemicHeart Disease in Blacks October, 1999- Principal Investigator, Dallas Heart Study and Co-Director,Donald W. Reynolds Cardiovascular Clinical Research Center EDUCATION:1970-1974A.B., Cornell University, Ithaca, New York 1974-1978M.D., Tulane University, New Orleans, LouisianaPOSTGRADUATE TRAINING:1978-1979Internal Medicine Internship, University of California (UCLA),Los Angeles, CA 1979-1981Internal Medicine Residency, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 1981-1983Cardiology Fellowship, Duke University, Durham, NC 1983-1984Special Cardiovascular Research Fellowship, University ofIowa, Iowa City, IA 11/83-1/84 Visiting Fellowship in Clinical Neurophysiology, University ofUppsala, Uppsala, SwedenBOARD CERTIFICATION: 1978 Federal Licensing Examination 1981 Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine 1984 Subspeciality of Cardiovascular Diseases LICENSURE:StateStatusNumber 1978 LouisianaInactive014692 1979 California InactiveC039033 1983 Iowa Inactive23384 1986 TexasActiveH1670HONORS AND AWARDS:1974 Summa Cum Laude with Distinction, Cornell University

2. 2 1974 Phi Beta Kappa1974 Phi Kappa Phi1978 Tulane Medical School Owl Club President1978 Alpha Omega Alpha1984-88NHLBI, Clinical Investigator Award1986 Young Investigator Award, American College of Cardiology1987 NHLBI, FIRST Award1989-94Established Investigatorship, American Heart Association1989 Harold Lamport Young Investigator Award, Cardiovascular Section, American Physiological Society1991 American Society for Clinical Investigation1991 Pfizer Visiting Professorship in Cardiology1996 Award of Merit, American Heart Association, Dallas Division1998Dallas Heart Ball Chair in Hypertension and Heart Disease1999Association of University Cardiologists2000Hypertension Specialist, American Society of Hypertension2001 Association of American Physicians2002 Secretary, American Society of Hypertension2003 Executive Council, Association of University Cardiologists2004 Norman and Audrey Kaplan Chair in Hypertension2005 Course Director, American Society of Hypertension Clinical Hypertension Review Course2005 Humanitarian Award, Professional Barber & Stylists Committee2005 James Edward Smith Trailblazer Award, Texas Association of Tonsorial Artists2005 Cardiovascular Distinguished Alumni Award, University of Iowa2005 Distinguished Alumnus Tulane University School of Medicine Hypertension and Renal Center of Excellence2005 Best Doctors in Dallas 2005 D Magazine CLINICAL APPOINTMENTS: 1984-1985Attending Physician, University of Iowa Hospital1984-1985Attending Physician, Iowa City Veterans Administration Hospital1986-Attending Physician, Parkland Memorial Hospital1991-Attending Physician, Zale University Hospital2005-Attending Physician, St. Paul HospitalCLINICAL ACTIVITIES: Attending Physician, Internal Medicine, Parkland Memorial HospitalAttending Physician, Parkland Hypertension ClinicHypertension Specialist, J. W. Aston CenterConsultant, Zale University HospitalPROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES: Association of American PhysiciansAmerican Society for Clinical Investigation, MemberAssociation of University Cardiologists, MemberAmerican Society for Hypertension, Executive CouncilAmerican Heart Association, Immediate Past President, Dallas AffiliateAmerican Heart Association, Council on Basic Cardiovascular Sciences, ExecutiveCommittee, Newsletter Editor 3. 3American Heart Association, Council on High Blood Pressure Research, Fellow American Federation for Clinical Research, Member American Physiological Society, Circulation Council Member American College of Cardiology, Fellow Southern Society for Clinical Investigation, Member Texas Association of Tonsorial Artists (Honorary Member)SELECTED VISITING PROFESSORSHIPS AND INVITED PRESENTATIONS:1. Pfizer Visiting Professor in Cardiology, University of California at Davis,1991 2. "Neural Mechanisms of Cyclosporine-Induced Hypertension." Cardiology GrandRounds, Coumbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1994. 3. The Sympathetic Nervous System Really Is Involved in Hypertension. Lewis K.Dahl Symposium, American Society for Hypertension Meeting, New York,1995. 4. Nitric Oxide and the Sympathetic Nervous System in Renal ParenchymalHypertension, American Society of Nephrology Meeting, San Antonio, 1997 5. Obesity-Related Hypertension in African-Americans, NHLBI Symposium on Heart Diseases in African-Americans, Harlem Hospital, New York, 1997 6. "The Ups and Downs of Blood Pressure in Patients with Chronic Renal Failure," Medicine Grand Rounds, University of Iowa, 1998 7. Hypertension in African Americans: A Challenge for the 21st Century,. Cardiology Grand Rounds, Johns Hopkins Medical Center, 1999. 8. Hypertension in Chronic Renal Failure, Nephrology Grand Rounds, University of Colorado, 2000. 9. Taking the Clinical Investigator Off the Endangered Species List, Michigan State University MD-PhD Visiting Professorship, 2000. 10. NO Skeletal Muscle-Derived Relaxing Factor in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy,Keynote Speaker, Emory University Cardiology Fellows Research Day, 2000. 11. Isadore Rosenfeld Visiting Professorship, Medical College of Cornell University, 2000 12. Neural Mechanisms of Hypertension in Chronic Renal Failure, Keynote plenary lecture, International Society of Hypertension, Chicago, August, 2000. 13. Hypertension in African Americans, Cardiology Grand Rounds, Mid-America Heart Institute, Kansas City, 2001. 14. Hypertension in Special Populations, Texas ASH Chapter Symposium, December, 2001, Dallas 15. Future of Hypertension Treatment Trials, Preliminary session presentation, 2002 AHA meeting 16. Synapsins, synaptic microvesicles, and sympathetically-mediated hypertension, 2003 John H. Laragh Conference 17. Functional muscle ischemia as a cause of Duchenne muscular dystrophy, invited presentation, invited presentation, 2003 AUC meeting 18. Treating hypertension in African Americans, invited faculty presentation, 2004 American Society of Hypertension meeting. 19. The Engima of Hypertension in African Americans, Internal Medicine Grand Rounds, Loyola University, 2005 20. Cutting Blood Pressure in Barbershops, Invited presentation at the Texas Association of Tonsorial Artists Meeting 21. Functional Muscle Ischemia as a Cause of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, Cardiology Grand Rounds, University of Iowa, 2005 22. A New Approach to Treating Hypertension in African American Men, Medicine Grand Rounds, University of Iowa, 2005SELECTED CLINICAL PRESENTATIONS: 4. 41.Left atrial myxoma, Parkland Hospital Clinical Pathologic Conference, April,1996. 2.Inhaled nitric oxide for mitral valve replacement in a patient with severe pulmonary hypertension, UT SouthwesternCardiology Conference, March, 1997. 3.Management for blood pressure problems in patients with chronic renal failure, Breckenridge Hospital Medicine Grand Rounds, Austin, Texas, May, 1997. 4.Hypertension in Patients with Chronic Renal Failure, Clinical Symposium, American Society of Nephrology Meeting, November, 1999. 5.Angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors provide organoprotection in African American hypertensives, clinical debate, American Society of Hypertension Meeting, May, 2000. 6.Acute Severe Hypertension, Parkland ED didactic series, 2002 7.Hypertension and hypertensive emergencies, Parkland ICU nurse interns, 2004EDITORIAL BOARDS:American Journal of Hypertension, 1999-present American Journal of Cardiology, 2004-present Hypertension, 1989-1996 Circulation, 1993-1998 Journal of Clinical Hypertension, 2003- Journal of Hypertension, 2002-AD HOC SCIENTIFIC REVIEWER:Journal of Clinical Investigation Circulation New England Journal of Medicine Circulation ResearchSELECTED SESSIONS CHAIRED:Cardiovascular Physiology/Pharmacology, 1994 AFCR Meeting Autonomic Control in Heart Failure and After Heart Transplant, 1994 AHA Meeting Sympathetic Neurotransmission, 1995 Biophysical Society Meeting Autonomic Control of the Circulation in Humans, 1998 AHA Meeting Organoprotective Effects of ACE Inhibitors in African Americans, 2000 ASH Meeting Bringing Preventative Cardiology to Minority Communities, 2002 ISHIB Meeting Implications of ALLHAT for clinical practice, 2003 ASH meeting Clinical case presentations in difficult hypertension, 2003 ASH meetingCOMMITTEES:UT Southwestern Medical CenterNephrology Section Chief Search Committee, 1998-1999 Institutional Animal Care and Research Committee (alternate), 1995-present General Clinical Research Center Advisory Board (alternate), 1996-presentNational 5. 5 Secretary, American Society of Hypertension, 2002-2005Counselor, Association of University Cardiologists, 2002-2005Consultant, University of Alabama Cardiovascular Training Grant, 2000-Consultant, Duke University Cardiovascular Training Grant, 2000-Member, NHLBI Specialized Centers of Research Study Section on Heart Diseasein Blacks, 2000Member, Veterans Affairs Merit Review Cardiovascular Study Section, 1997-2000.Member, Executive Council American Society of HypertensionMember, Executive Committee, AHA Council on Circulation, 1992-presentEditor, AHA Council on Circulation News Letter, 1996-2000Ad Hoc Reviewer, NHLBI Program Project Grant Study Section, 1996 CURRENT GRANT SUPPORT:A. R0-1s1. HL44010 Grantor:National Heart Lung and Blood Institute Title of Project: Neural Mechanisms of Cyclosporine-Induced Hypertension Role: RG Vi