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Patricia Molina

Birthdate and Birthplace: 1/4/59 San Salvador, El Salvador Citizenship: US Languages: English, Spanish & French Education: Undergraduate: Universidad del Valle, Guatemala (BS) Graduate: Universidad Francisco Marroquin, Guatemala (MD) LSUMC, New Orleans (PhD) Internship: Hospital General San Juan de Dios Post-Doctoral: Vanderbilt University Awards and Honors: Outstanding Graduate Student, LSUMC, New Orleans 1989. Honorary Consul General of El Salvador, New Orleans 2001-2006. Academic, Professional, and Research Appointments: 1997-Present, Associate Professor of Physiology, LSUMC, New Orleans, LA 1996-2000, Guest Scientist, Medical Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY 1996-1999, Chief of Surgical Research, Department of Surgery, North Shore University Hospital, Manhasset, NY 1992-1996, Research Assistant Professor of Surgery and Molecular Physiology and Biophysics, SUNY at Stony Brook, NY 1990-1992, Research Instructor, Department of Surgical Research, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. 1987-1990, Graduate Student, Department of Physiology, LSUMC, New Orleans, LA 1986-1987, Graduate Student, Department of Physiology, University of South Alabama, Mobile, ALA. 1985-1986, Research Associate, Research Department, Universidad Francisco Marroquin, Guatemala 1983-1984, Rotational Clerkship, Hospital General San Juan de Dios, Guatemala Membership in Professional Organizations: American Physiological Society Shock Society American Association for the Advancement of Science International Society for Neuroimmunomodulation Teaching Experience 1988-1989, Nursing Physiology-Renal Physiology, muscle and parturition lectures, LSUMC, New Orleans. 1989, Allied Health Physiology-Renal physiology and acid-base lectures, LSUMC, New Orleans. 1991, Preceptor for 1st and 2nd year medical students; Introduction to Biomedical Research, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN. 1992-1996, Preceptor for Minority High School Summer Research Program, SUNY, Stony Brook. 1993-1996, Preceptor for Undergraduate (EUREKA) and medical students (MD with distinction program), SUNY Stony Brook. 1994-1996, Introduction to Metabolic Research. Summer lecture series, Division of Surgical Research, SUNY Stony Brook. 1996, 1st year Medical Nutrition Course; Vitamin and Women’s Nutrition. 2000, Introduction to Clinical Medicine; GI; Back to Basics. Drs. Cassidy & Bagwell, 2nd year medical students 2000, Graduate Cell Biology Course. Signal transduction and Cell signaling Conrad Hornick, Course Director. 2001, Medical Physiology; Endocrine Physiology. Course Director; H. Miller 2001, Alcohol Research Center Training Program, Alcohol and trauma, Gregory Bagby, Program Director 2001, Allied Health Physiology; Introduction to Endocrine & GI physiology, Gregory Bagby, Course Director.