H. Thomas Milhorn, M.D., Ph.D.

Curriculum Vitae

I

Background

 

Birth. October 30, 1936 in Kingsport, Tennessee. My father was a heavy-duty diesel mechanic for Portland-Penn Dixie Cement Corporation and my mother was a homemaker. I have an older brother, Fred, who is retired and lives on a lake in Arkansas to make the fishing easier, and a younger sister, Phyllis, who recently retired from Allergan Pharmaceutical Company in Los Angeles, California. She now lives in Meridian, Mississippi.
Family.
In 1968 I married Kay Harris (shortly after she received her master's degree in medical/surgical nursing from the University of Alabama). We have one child, Toby Milhorn, who
is a freelance graphic designer in Meridian. A stepson, Steve Pope, lives in Huntsville where he is owns his own business.

 

Education and Training

 

1955. Graduated from Dobyns-Bennett High School in Kingsport, Tennessee where I played football and ran distances in track. Dobyns-Bennett, by the way, ranks #1 in all-time basketball wins in the whole USA and #1 in all-time football wins in the state of Tennessee. Oh, the school ranks #2 in all-time baseball wins the the USA.

1960. B. S. from Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) in Harrogate, Tennessee. Graduated magna cum laude with a double major in mathematics and physics and thirty-eight hours in chemistry and pre-engineering. I participated in intramural softball and basketball and twice was elected to the Intramural All Star basketball team. Between my freshman and sophomore years I took a mechanical engineering course (pressure vessel design) at East Los Angeles Junior College.

1964 (July). Ph.D. in Physiology and Biophysics under the tutelage of Dr. Arthur Guyton at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. In addition to the standard program of study, the training included a six-week radioisotopes course at Oak Ridge National Laboratories, a one week visit to Latter Day Saints Hospital in Salt Lake City to visit one of the few experts at the time in the use of computers in biomedical research, and a one week visit to the University of Wyoming Department of Biomedical Engineering to see what was being done in that new field.

1964 (July-October). Biomathematics postdoctoral fellowship at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina.

1975. M.D. from the University of Mississippi School of Medicine (while Professor of Physiology and Biophysics).

1980. Completed a family practice residency program at the University of Mississippi School of Medicine (while Professor of Physiology and Biophysics and Assistant Professor of Family Medicine).

1981. Board certified in family medicine by the American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM)

1987. Certified in addiction medicine from the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM).

1988. Completed six graduate hours in substance abuse counseling through Liberty University.

1999. State licensure as a certified mental health counselor (LCMHC) at East Mississippi State Hospital.

2004. Completed four-year (2-1/2 class hours per week) Education for Ministry course by extension from The School of Theology at The University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee.

 

Employment
(Teaching, Research, Medical Practice)
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1956-1957 (15 months). Between my freshman and sophomore years at LMU I worked as a mechanical draftsman for a pressure vessel design and manufacture company in Los Angeles, California.

1957-1959. During my junior and senior years at LMU I taught first and second year high-school makeup algebra and plane geometry classes for freshmen deficient in those courses.

1958 and 1959 (summers). Employed as a mechanical draftsman for Sanford Process Company in Los Angeles, California.

1960 (summer). Employed as a draftsman in the Engineering Department at Eastman Kodak in Kingsport, Tennessee.

1962-1964. During the third year of my graduate program I taught a freshman physics course at Bellhaven College in Jackson, Mississippi. During the fourth year of my graduate program I taught a sophomore physics course at Mississippi College in Clinton, Mississippi.

1964 (October). With the beginning rank of Assistant Professor, I joined Dr. Guyton's department of Physiology and Biophysics at the University of Mississippi Medical Center and remained in that department until 1977, having obtained the rank of professor. During part of this time I was the Director of the Mississippi Biomedical Engineering Program, a joint program among the University of Mississippi Medical Center, the University of Mississippi School of Engineering, and Mississippi State University College of Engineering.

1975-1976. Consultant for basic science development for the James H. Quillen College of Medicine at East Tennessee State University in Johnson City, Tennessee.

1977. Moved my primary department to Family Medicine at the University of Mississippi School of Medicine where I remained until 1992, having worked my way up to professor in that department as well. During this time I was Research Division Director.

1989. Because of the teaching in the substance abuse curriculum I did in the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, I was granted a faculty appointment at the rank of associate professor in that department.

1987-1991. As part of my faculty role in the Department of Family Medicine, I served as Medical Director for Mississippi Baptist Chemical Dependency Center, the oldest and largest alcohol/drug treatment program in the state. During that time I established, and was the primary faculty for, a very successful one year Addiction Medicine Fellowship that was available to those who completed family medicine, psychiatry, internal medicine, or pediatrics residencies.

1960-1992. I did research on a variety of topics dealing with the human respiratory system (funded by The National Institutes of Health and The National Aeronautics and Space Administration), as well as research in the family medicine area. I have taught undergraduate students (mathematics and physics), medical students (medical physiology), nursing students (nursing physiology), graduate students (various physiology, biophysics, and biomedical engineering courses), residents (family medicine, psychiatry), and fellows (addiction medicine).

1992. Retired from the University of Mississippi School of Medicine with the ranks of Professor of Family Medicine, Professor of Physiology and Biophysics, and Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior

1992-1996. Staff physician at Laurel Wood Center (private practice). Addictionist and Medical Director for Chemical Dependency Services. Primary medical consultant for psychiatric staff. Also had addiction medicine consulting privileges at Rush Foundation Hospital, Jeff Anderson Regional Medical Center, and Riley Memorial Hospital.

1996-2001 Staff Physician at East Mississippi State Hospital. Addictionist for the Alcohol and Drug Program, primary medical consultant for psychiatrists and other medical staff, and physician for the Acute Medical Unit.

2001-2014. Retired. Taught Human Anatomy and Physiology at Meridian Community College (part time), taught computer courses for the City of Meridian, wrote a few books, and stayed busy working out and keeping up with the University of Kentucky basketball and the University of Alabama football.

2014-present. In charge of didactics for the EC-Healthnet Family Medicine Residency Program in Meridian, Mississippi.

 

Memberships

 

Current

 

American Academy of Family Physicians

Mississippi Academy of Family Physicians (Board of Directors 1983-1989)

Associate member of the American Osteopathic Society

 

Additional (Prior to Retirement from the University of Mississippi School of Medicine)

 

Alliance for Engineering in Medicine and Biology (Council Member 1976-1977)

American Heart Association

American Medical Association (AMA)

American Society of Addiction Medicine (Southeastern Fellowship Committee (1990-1991)

Biomedical Engineering Society (Membership Committee 1967-1970, Chairman Membership Committee 1976- 1978)

Biophysical Society

Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)

International Council on Mathematical Modeling (Advisory Board 1978-1979)

Medical Center Writers’ Club (President 1991)

Mental Health Association of the Capitol Area (Board of Directors 1991-1992)

Mississippi Academy of Sciences

Mississippi Kidney Foundation

Mississippi Society of Addiction Medicine

Mississippi State Medical Association

Mississippi Writer’s Association

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence

North American Primary Care Research Group (Paper Review Committee 1984, 1986, 1988)

Simulation Councils

Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM)

 

Hospital Privileges (1977-2001)

 

Jackson, Mississippi

 

Doctors’ Hospital

Mississippi Baptist Medical Center (Chief of Family Practice Section and Member of the Executive Committee of the Medical Staff 1984-1985, Chairman Chemical Dependency Center Committee 1988-1991)

Saint Dominics Hospital

University Hospital

 

Meridian, Mississippi

 

East Mississippi State Hospital (Chief of Staff 1999-2000)

Jeff Anderson Regional Medical Center (Consulting Staff)

Laurelwood Center (Chief of Staff 1994-1995, Electrocardiography Privileges)

Riley Memorial Hospital (Consulting Staff)

Rush Foundation Hospital (Consulting Staff)

 

Hospital Privileges (2015-present)

 

Meridian, Mississippi

 

H. C. Watkins Memorial Hospital

Rush Foundation Hospital

 

Certification

 

American Board of Family Medicine (1980, 1987, 2014-present)

American Society of Addiction Medicine (1987-2002)

 

Honors and Awards

 

Academic

 

2008. Biography published in The DBer: A Newsletter for the Alumni of Dobyns-Bennett High School

2008. Named a Distinguished Alumnus of Lincoln Memorial University

2005. Invited to give the 2005 Patterson Lecture at the University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville, Tennessee.

1992. Selected as a speaker for the Meade-Johnson National Visiting Faculty program. As such, I spoke by invitation at a number of locations throughout the United States.

1991. Selected as a member of the Mississippi Task Force on Pregnant Substance-abusing Women.

1989. Invited to participate in a People to People two-week tour of the Soviet Union to exchange information about chemical dependence research and treatment. We visited Soviet scientists and physicians in universities, psychiatric hospitals, and drug/alcohol treatment centers in Moscow, Tbilisi (Georgia), Baku (Azerbaijan), and Leningrad.

1989. Invited to speak at the International Conference on Family Medicine and the Problems of Families in Madrid Spain.

1989. Selected as a member of the Mississippi Mental Health Advisory Task Force.

1968. One of three people invited to speak at a symposium on the subject of Biomedical Engineering Education at a national symposium in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.

1967. Invited to speak at the International Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology in Stockholm Sweden. My travel was supported by the National Academy of Sciences.

1967. One of three people invited to speak at the Controls Banquet at the Federation of Experimental Biologists Meeting in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

1967-1970. National Institutes of Health Career Development Award at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.

1964-1965. National Institutes of Health Post-doctoral fellowship at North Carolina State University.

1960-1964. National Institutes of Health Pre-doctoral fellowship at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.

1960. Award for the Highest Academic Average in Scientific Subjects at Lincoln Memorial University at graduation.

1956. Award for the Highest Academic Average in Freshman Class at Lincoln Memorial University after my freshman year.

 

Writing

2009. Writing Genre Fiction: A Guide to the Craft was listed at number 11 on Tower Books' Top 100 Book Bestsellers in the category of Composition and Creative Writing.
2009. Drug and Alcohol Abuse: The Authoritative Guide for Parents, Teachers, and Counselors was listed at number 9 on Tower Books' Top 100 Book Bestsellers in the category of Adolescence - Drugs/Drinking.
2008.
At the Surrey International Writers’ Conference, best-selling novelist Robert Dugoni recommended Writing Genre Fiction: A Guide to the Craft as "one of your absolute must-read writing resources."
2007.
Writing Genre Fiction: A Guide to the Craft was chosen as the recommended reading for SEAK's annual course,
Advanced Legal Fiction Writing.
2006.
Writing Genre Fiction: A Guide to the Craft was chosen as recommended reading by New York Times best-selling authors Michael Palmer and Tess Gerritsen for their annual course Medical Fiction Writing For Physicians.
2005.
Inducted into the Lincoln Memorial University alumni Literary Hall of Fame.

2004.
Drug and Alcohol Abuse: The Authoritative Guide for Parents, Teachers, and Counselors was named by Questia Librarians to the 12 Best Books and Articles on Teenage Drug Abuse.
2003.
Listed in Mississippi Writers and Musicians
2002.
Drug and Alcohol Abuse: The Authoritative Guide for Parents, Teachers, and Counselors made The Top 20 Best Read eBooks List by Questia Media.

1998.
Caduceus Awry was a finalist in the novel competition of the Eudora Welty Film and Fiction Festival.
1996.
Invited to speak on "Medical Writing," at the Southwestern Regional Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference Jackson, Mississippi.
1994.
Drug and Alcohol Abuse: The Authoritative Guide for Parents, Teachers, and Counselors made the Academic Top-twenty Best Seller List.
1989.
“Nicotine Dependence” was selected by the American Academy of Family Practice as one of the top four articles written by a family physician.
1976-2002.
Appointed at various times to the editorial review boards of the American Journal of Physiology, the Biomedical Engineering
Journal, the American Family Physician, and the Family Practice Research Journal.

 

Publications

 

Books and Monographs

  1. Milhorn, H. Thomas, Substance Use Disorders: A Guide for the Primary Care Provider, Springer, New York, 2017.

  2. Milhorn, H. Thomas, Electrocardiography for the Family Physician: Second Edition, Universal Publishers, Boca Raton, 2014

  3. Milhorn, H. Thomas, The History of Astronomy and Astrophysics: A Biographical Approach, Virtual Bookworm Publisher, College Station, Texas, 2008.

  4. Milhorn, H. Thomas, The History of Physics: A Biographical Approach, Virtual Bookworm Publisher, College Station, Texas, 2008.

  5. Milhorn, H. Thomas, Cybercrime: How to Avoid Becoming a Victim, Universal Publishers, Boca Raton, 2007.

  6. Milhorn, H. Thomas, Writing Genre Fiction: A Guide to the Craft, Universal Publishers, Boca Raton, 2006.

  7. Milhorn, H. Thomas, Electrocardiography for the Family Physician: The Essentials, BrownWalker Press, Boca Raton, 2005.

  8. Milhorn, H. Thomas, Crime: Computer Viruses to Twin Towers, Universal Publishers, Boca Raton, 2005.

  9. Milhorn, H. Thomas, Drug and Alcohol Abuse: The Authoritative Guide for Parents, Teachers, and Counselors (paperback edition), Da Capo Press, Cambridge, 2003.

  10. Milhorn, H. Thomas, Caduceus Awry (a medical thriller), Writers Showcase, New York, 2000.

  11. Milhorn, H. Thomas, Drug and Alcohol Abuse: The Authoritative Guide for Parents, Teachers, and Counselors (hard cover edition), Plenum Press, New York, 1994.

  12. Milhorn, H. Thomas, Chemical Dependence: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention, Springer-Verlag, New York, 1990.

  13. Milhorn, H. Thomas, Fluid and Electrolyte Balance (Continuing education monograph), American Association of Family Physicians, Leawood, Kansas, 1982.

  14. Milhorn, H. Thomas, The Application of Control Theory to Physiological Systems, W. B. Saunders Co, (Japanese Edition), Translated by Isamu Suda, Tokyo, 1969.

  15. Milhorn, H. Thomas, The Application of Control Theory to Physiological Systems, W. B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, 1966.

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Chapters in Books

  1. Pieter, J. de Wet and H. Thomas Milhorn, Rhinitis, In Ambulatory Medicine: The Primary Care of Families, Second Edition, Ed. By Mark b. Mengel and L. Peter Schwiebert, Appleton and Lange, Stamford, 1996.

  2. Cannon, C. R., B. Meador, and H. T. Milhorn, Nicotine Addiction and Cure: A Head and Neck Perspective. In Highlights of the Instructional Courses. Ed. By F. E. Lucente. American Academy of Otolaryngology, 1995.

  3. Milhorn, H. Thomas, Rhinitis, In Ambulatory Medicine: The Primary Care of Families, Ed. By Mark b. Mengel and L. Peter Schwiebert, Appleton and Lange, Stamford, 1993.

  4. Milhorn, H. T., Screening, Assessment, and Diagnosis, In Review Course Syllabus, Ed. by Bonnie B. Wilford American Society of Addiction Medicine, New York, 1990.

  5. Milhorn, H. T., Computer Simulation of the Human Respiratory Control System: The Early Years, In Life-Sciences Simulation: Then, Now and When. Ed by John McLeod, The Society for Computer Simulation, San Diego, 1990, Pp 18-23.

  6. Milhorn, H. T., Simulation of the Human Respiratory System, In Computer Simulation of Human Systems, Ed. by T. G. Coleman, The Society for Computer Simulation, LaJolla, 1978.

  7. Milhorn, H. T. and D. H. Pearce, Computer Simulation of the Respiratory Control System: State of the Art, In System Modeling in Biological Science, Khalsa Publications, Claremont, 1977.

  8. Milhorn, H. T., The Special Challenge of Systems Analysis, In The control of Metabolism, Ed. by J. D. Sink, Pennsylvania State University Press, State College, 1974, Pp 211-224.

  9. Guyton, A. C., H. T. Milhorn, and T. G. Coleman, Simulation of Physiological Mechanisms, In The Control of Metabolism, Ed. By J. D. Sink, Pennsylvania State University Press, State College, 1974, Pp 129-158.

  10. Modell, H. I. and H. T. Milhorn, Mathematical Analysis of Pulmonary Hemodynamics, In International symposium on Dynamics and Control in Physiological Systems, Ed. by A. S. Iberall and A. C. Guyton, Pp 345-349, 1973.

  11. Milhorn, H. T. and W. J. Reynolds, Digital Simulation of the Chemical Control of Ventilation, In International Symposium on Dynamics and Control in Physiological systems, Ed. by A. S. Iberall and A. C. Guyton, Pp 256-261, 1973.

  12. Milhorn, H. T., Education for Biomedical Engineering, In Dimensions of Biomedical Engineering, Ed. by E. Salkovitz, L. Gerende, and L. Wingard, San Francisco Press, San Francisco, 1968.

Other

  1. Milhorn, H. T., Understanding chemical dependence. J. Miss. State Med. Assoc. 1992 April; 33(4):123-8.

  2. Milhorn, H. T. The Family Physicians Role in Managing Alcoholism, Behavioral Approaches to Addiction, 1992, Pp 1-7.

  3. Milhorn, H. T., Nicotine Dependence and Nicotine Reduction Therapy, In Managing the Nicotine Dependent Patient in Primary Care Practice, Symposium Highlights, Medical Information Services, 1992, Pp 11-16.

  4. Milhorn, H. T., How Should We Deal with Pregnant Drug Abusers? Focus: Newsletter for Obstetrician/Gynecologist Residents, 4:3-5, 1992.

  5. Milhorn, H. T., Cocaine, Gift of the Sun God? Psychology and You. In The Meridian Star, November 20, 1992.

  6. Milhorn, H. T., Pharmacologic management of acute abstinence syndromes. Am. Fam. Physician. 1992 Jan; 45(1):231-9.

  7. Milhorn, H. T., Tricuspid valve endocarditis. J. Am. Board Fam. Pract. 1992 Jan-Feb; 5(1):81-3.

  8. Milhorn, H. T., Adolescents and Drugs: Part II, Mississippi State Medical Association Newsletter, April 1992.

  9. Milhorn, H. T., Adolescents and Drugs: Part I, Mississippi State Medical Association Newsletter, August, 1991.

  10. Milhorn, H. T., Relapse: The mind-body connection, The Counselor, National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors, September/October 1991, pp. 16-18.

  11. Gearhart, J. G., D. K. Beebe, H. T. Milhorn, and G. R. Meeks. Alcoholism in women. Am. Fam. Physician. 1991 Sep; 44(3):907-13.

  12. Milhorn, H. T., L. C. Gardner, and M. Bross. Start Seniors Toward Better Health with an Exercise Program, Your Patient and Fitness, 5:22-24, 1991.

  13. Milhorn, H, T., Anabolic steroids: another form of drug abuse. J. Miss. State Med. Assoc. 1991 Aug; 32(8):293-7.

  14. Milhorn, H. T., Diagnosis and management of phencyclidine intoxication. Am. Fam. Physician. 1991 Apr; 43(4):1293-30.

  15. Milhorn, H. T., The alcoholic family: Part II, Mississippi State Medical Association Newsletter, March 1991.

  16. Gardner, L. C. and H. T. Milhorn, Effect of a Chemical Dependency Rotation on Residents’ Attitudes, J. Mississippi Academy of Sciences, 36: 41, 1990.

  17. Milhorn, H. T., The alcoholic family: Part I, Mississippi State Medical Association Newsletter, December, 1990.

  18. Milhorn, H. T., The chemically dependent woman. J. Miss. State Med. Assoc. 1990 Nov., 31(11): 363-6.

  19. Milhorn, H. T. Nicotine Dependence and its Effect on You, CE/Q Medical Newsletter, Palo Alto, California, 1990, P. 12. (Abstract)

  20. Milhorn, H. T., The Elderly Alcoholic: Diagnosis and Treatment, Miss. State Med. Assoc. Newsletter, August, 1990.

  21. Milhorn, H. T., Chemical Dependency: Is Medical Education Falling Short?, Miss. State Med. Assoc. Newsletter, 1990.

  22. Milhorn, H. T., and L. C. Gardner, When to Suspect Alcoholism: How to Help When You Do, Senior Patient, 2(7): 41-45, April 1990.

  23. Milhorn, H. T., Phencyclidine Overdose: a case report. J. Miss. State Med. Assoc. 1990 Feb; 31(2):37-40. .

  24. Milhorn, H. T., Cigarette smoking: more than a habit. J. Miss. State Med. Assoc. 1989 Sep; 30(9):281-6.

  25. Milhorn, H. T., Alcoholism in the Soviet Union, Mississippi State Medical Association Newsletter, 1989.

  26. Milhorn, H. T., Nicotine dependence. Am. Fam. Physician. 1989 Mar; 39(3):214-24.

  27. Milhorn, H. T., Alcoholism: making the diagnosis in your practice. J. Miss. State Med. Assoc. 1988 Dec; 29(12):363-7.

  28. Wiygul, F. M., H. T. Milhorn, and J. G. Robbins. Obstetrical manpower in Mississippi: where are the babies being born? J. Miss. State Med. Assoc. 1988 Nov; 29(11):333-7.

  29. Wiygul, F. M., W. R. Gillis, and H. T. Milhorn. Obstetrical manpower in Mississippi: who will deliver the babies? J. Miss. State Med. Assoc. 1987 Jan; 28(1):5-7.

  30. Milhorn, H. T., The diagnosis of alcoholism. Am. Fam. Physician. 1988 Jun; 37(6):175-83.

  31. Milhorn, H. T., The Diagnosis of Alcoholism, International Synopses, 1988. (Abstract)

  32. Milhorn, H. T., J. G. Robbins, and R. Randolph. Electrocardiograms in office practice. Fam. Pract. Res. J. 1986; 5(4):226-30.

  33. Milhorn, H. T. and J. G. Gearhart, Hyponatremia, Family Practice Recertification, 8:83-102, 1986.

  34. Milhorn, H. T., Electrocardiography in Office Practice, Proceedings North American Primary Care Research Group, Columbus, Ohio, 1986 (Abstract).

  35. Turner, J. D. and H. T. Milhorn. Gross hematuria in a patient with sickle cell trait. Postgrad. Med. 1985 Oct; 78(5):151-2, 154.

  36. Milhorn, H. T. and J. G. Robbins, Unreferred Pediatrics Call as a Mechanism for Increasing In-hospital Teaching Cases, Family Practice Research Journal, 5:43-47, 1985.

  37. Randolph, R. C., H. T. Milhorn, and J. G. Robbins, Electrocardiography in Office Practice, Proceedings Mississippi Academy of Sciences, P. 47, 1985.

  38. Milhorn, H. T., Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Therapaeia, September 1985, Pp 6-10.

  39. Milhorn, H. T., R. E. Smith, B. Nash, W. R. Gillis, and J. G. Robbins. Procedures in family medicine: a survey. J. Miss. State Med. Assoc. 1985 Jul; 26(7):191-3.

  40. Chin, D., H. T. Milhorn, and J. G. Robbins. Irritable bowel syndrome. J. Fam. Pract. 1985 Feb; 20(2):125-7, 131, 135-6.

  41. Milhorn, H. T., Prescribing a cardiovascular fitness program. Compr. Ther. 1984 Feb; 10(2):46-53.

  42. Milhorn, H. T. and J. G. Robbins, Unreferred Pediatric Call as a Mechanism for Increasing In-hospital Teaching Cases, Proceedings North American Primary Care Research Group, P. 7, 1984 (Abstract)

  43. Milhorn, H. T., Prescribing a Cardiovascular Fitness Program, Comprehensive therapy, 10:43-56, 1984.

  44. Shellenberger, S., B. Wildman, H. T. Milhorn, L. Tisdel, and D Levy, Type and Frequency of Child Mental Health Problems in Primary Care, Proceedings North American Primary care Research Group, p 166, 1984.

  45. Milhorn, H. T. and J. G. Robbins, Unreferred Internal Medicine Call as a Mechanism for Increasing In-hospital Teaching Cases, Family Practice Research Journal, 3:161-164, 1984.

  46. Wells, W. L. and H. T. Milhorn. Suicide attempt by toxaphene ingestion: a case report. J. Miss. State Med. Assoc. 1983 Dec; 24(12):329-30.

  47. Milhorn, H. T., Electrocardiography for the Family Physician: Part I, Family Practice Recertification, Vol. 5 (2), Pp 69-94, 1983.

  48. Milhorn, H. T., Electrocardiography for the Family Physician: Part II, Family Practice Recertification, Vol. 5 (3), Pp 105-130, 1983.

  49. Milhorn, H. T., Electrocardiography for the Family Physician: Part III, Family Practice Recertification, Vol. 5 (4), Pp 35-57, 1983.

  50. Milhorn, H. T., Electrocardiography for the Family Physician: Part IV, Family Practice Recertification, Vol. 5 (5), Pp 101-123, 1983.

  51. Milhorn, H. T., Electrocardiography for the Family Physician: Part V, Family Practice Recertification, Vol. 5 (6), Pp 121-137, 1983.

  52. Milhorn, H. T., Hypokalemia in the Elderly (letter to the editor). J. Fam. Pract. 1983 Feb; 16(2):233, 235.

  53. Milhorn, H. T., Cardiovascular Fitness and Longevity, Yours Truly Column, American Family Physician, January 1983, p 23.

  54. Milhorn, H. T., Cardiovascular fitness. Am. Fam. Physician. 1982 Sep; 26(3):163-9.

  55. Smith, R. E., H. T. Milhorn, and W. R. Gillis. Family medicine education in Mississippi. J. Miss. State Med. Assoc. 1982 May; 23(5):139-42.

  56. Milhorn, H. T., A birth to death preventive medicine--periodic health screening protocol. J. Miss. State Med. Assoc. 1982 Feb; 23(2):31-9.

  57. Milhorn, H. T. and F. J. Hetherington, Is Your Office Lab Making These Mistakes? Diagnosis, Pp 109-116, 1982.

  58. Milhorn, H. T. and J. G. Robbins, Unreferred Medicine Call as a Method for Increasing In-hospital Teaching Load, Proceedings North American Primary Care Research Group, p 113, 1982 (Abstract)

  59. Milhorn, H. T. and G. D. Harris, Anemia with Persistent Low Grade Fever, The New Physician, Pp 35-40, 1982.

  60. Milhorn, H. T., Computer Simulation of Human Systems: The Respiratory System, Proceedings Association for Computing Machinery SIGBIO Symposium on Health Computing Careers, Pp 98-110, 1981.

  61. Milhorn, H. T., Understanding pulmonary function tests. Am. Fam. Physician. 1981 Nov; 24(5):139-45.

  62. Milhorn, H. T., The genogram: a structured approach to the family history. J. Miss. State Med. Assoc. 1981 Oct; 22(10):250-2.

  63. Milhorn, H. T., Understanding arterial blood gases. Am. Fam. Physician. 1980 March; 21(3):112-20.

  64. Pearce, D. H. and H. T. Milhorn, Computer Based System for Breath-by-breath Analysis of Cardiopulmonary Responses to Exercise, Proceedings 1st Annual Conference on Computer Applications in Medical Care, 1:253-262, 1977.

  65. Pearce, D. H. and H. T. Milhorn, Jr., Dynamic and steady-state respiratory responses to bicycle exercise, J. Appl. Physiol. 42: 959-967, 1977.

  66. Pearce, D. H., H. T. Milhorn, G. H. Holloman, and W. J. Reynolds. Computer-based system for analysis of respiratory responses to exercise. J. Appl. Physiol. 1977 Jun; 42(6):968-75.

  67. Milhorn, H. T., Absence of Apnea Following Voluntary Hyperventilation for 4 Minutes at 40 Liters/min., Federation Proceedings, 36: 489, 1977.

  68. Dynamic and steady-state respiratory responses to bicycle exercise. J. Appl. Physiol. 1977 Jun; 42(6):959-67.

  69. Milhorn, H. T., Absence of Apnea Following Voluntary Hyperventilation for 4 Minutes at 40 Liters/min., Journal of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences, 22:67, 1977 (Abstract).

  70. Milhorn, H. T. and W. J. Reynolds. 'Exponential peeling' of ventilatory transients following inhalation of 5, 6 and 7% CO2. Respir. Physiol. 1976 Oct; 28(1):75-87.

  71. Aggarwal, D., H. T. Milhorn, and L. Y. Lee. Role of the carotid chemoreceptors in the hyperpnea of exercise in the cat. Respir. Physiol. 1976 Apr; 26(2):147-55.

  72. Milhorn, H. T. Validity of the “Exponential Peeling” Technique as Applied to Ventilatory Transients, Physiologist, 19:296, 1976 (Abstract).

  73. Milhorn, H. T., The Validity of the Exponential Peeling Technique as Applied to Ventilatory Transients, American Review of Respiratory Diseases, 113:210, 1976 (Abstract).

  74. Pearce, D. H. and H. T. Milhorn, Relationship Between Minute Ventilation and Cardiac Output at Transitions in Bicycle Exercise, American Review of Respiratory Disease, 113:211, 1976 (Abstract).

  75. Milhorn, H. T., Simulation of the respiratory control system, Simulation. Vol. 27, pp. 169-172. Aug. 1976.

  76. Milhorn, H. T., Development and Evaluation of a Model of the Respiratory controller, Physiologist, 19:277, 1976 (Abstract).

  77. Milhorn, H. T., Development and Evaluation of a model of the Respiratory Controller, Proceedings 29th Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, 1976 (Abstract)

  78. Bengis, R. G., A. C. Guyton, and H. T. Milhorn, Some Pressure and Fluid dynamic Characteristics of the Canine Epidural Space, Federation Proceedings, 35: 850. 1976 (Abstract).

  79. Milhorn, H. T., Simulation of the Human Respiratory Control System, Simulation, 27:169-172, 1976.

  80. Lee, L. Y. and H. T. Milhorn. Central ventilatory responses to O2 and CO2 at three levels of carotid chemoreceptor stimulation. Respir. Physiol. 1975 Dec; 25(3):319-33.

  81. Reynolds, W. J. and H. T. Milhorn, A Biofeedback System for Quantitation of Voluntary Hyperventilation, Miss. Acad. of Sciences, p 24, 1975 (Abstract).

  82. Pearce, D. H. and H. T. Milhorn, Human Ventilatory Responses to Repeated Bicycle Exercise, Physiologist, 18:347, 1975 (Abstract).

  83. Pearce, D. H. and H. T. Milhorn, Human Ventilatory Responses to Bicycle Exercise, J. Miss. Acad. Sciences, p 23, 1975.

  84. Aggarwal, D., H. T. Milhorn, and Ly. Lee, Role of the Carotid Chemoreceptors in the Hyperpnea of Exercise, Physiologist, 18:117, 1975.

  85. Jackson, A. C., H. T. Milhorn, and J. R. Norman. A reevaluation of the interrupter technique for airway resistance measurement. J. Appl. Physiol. 1974 Feb; 36(2):264-8.

  86. Milhorn, H. T., Experimentation and simulation - Valuable partners in the study of ventilatory control (human respiratory system), Summer Computer Simulation Conference, Houston, Tex ; United States; 9-11 July 1974. pp. 715-719. 1974.

  87. Lee, Lu Yuan and H. T. Milhorn, central Depression by Hypoxia in Anesthetized Dogs, Federation Proceedings, p 453, 1974 (Abstract).

  88. Lee, Lu Yuan, J. Lerch, and H. T. Milhorn, central Ventilatory Interactions of Hypoxia and Hypercapnia in Anesthetized Dogs, J. Miss. Acad. of Sciences, 1974 (Abstract).

  89. Pearce, D. H. and H. T. Milhorn, Ventilatory Response of Normal Human subjects to Bicycle Exercise, Federation Proceedings, p 354, 1974.

  90. Pearce, D. H. and h. T. Milhorn, Human Ventilatory Responses to Various Levels of Bicycle Exercise, Proceedings of the American Physiological Society, 1974 (Abstract).

  91. Lee, Lu Yuan, H. T. Milhorn, and J. A. Lerch, Central Ventilatory Interaction of Hypoxia and Hypercapnia, Proc. Am. Physiol. Soc., 1974 (Abstract).

  92. Milhorn, H. T., Experimentation and Simulation: Valuable Partners in the Study of ventilatory control, Proceedings of the SCSC Conference, Pp 715-719, 1974.

  93. Reynolds, W. J. and H. T. Milhorn. Transient ventilatory response to hypoxia with and without controlled alveolar PCO2. J. Appl. Physiol. 1973 Aug;35(2):187-96.

  94. Jackson, A. C. and H. T. Milhorn. Digital computer simulation of respiratory mechanics. Comput. Biomed. Res. 1973 Feb; 6(1):27-56.

  95. Reynolds, W. J. and H. T. Milhorn, Transient Ventilatory Response to Graded Hypoxia in the Human with and Without controlled Alveolar PCO2, Proc. Am. Physiol. Soc., 1973 (Abstract).

  96. Milhorn, H. T., Digital Simulation of the CO2-H+ Control of Pulmonary Ventilation, Proceedings IEEE Conference on decision and Control, 1973.

  97. McCaa, R. E., H. T. Milhorn, and V. H. Read, Control of Plasma Aldosterone Concentration in Anephric Man During Hemodialysis, Federation Proceedings, 1973 (Abstract).

  98. Lee, Lu Yuan, and H. T. Milhorn, Effect of Carotid Chemoreceptor Denervation on the Ventilatory Response of Dogs, J. Miss. Acad. of Sciences, 1973 (Abstract).

  99. Milhorn, h. T. and W. J. Reynolds, Digital simulation of the chemical Control of Ventilation, Transactions of ASME Conference, Pp 335-339, 1973.

  100. Pearce, D. H., H. T. Milhorn, and J. W. Reynolds, Computer Based System for Breath-by-breath Measurement and Analysis of Respiratory Responses to Controlled bicycle Ergometer Loads, Proc. Am. Physiol. Soc., p 419, 1973.

  101. Modell, H. and H. T. Milhorn. Quantitation of factors affecting the alveolar-arterial P O2 difference in thoracotomy. Anesthesiology. 1972 Dec; 37(6):592-9.

  102. Modell, H. T. and H. T. Milhorn, Mathematical Analysis of Pulmonary Hemodynamics, Proceedings 3rd Annual Meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society, number 12, 1972 (Abstract).

  103. Reynolds, W. J. and H. T. Milhorn, Transient Ventilatory Responses to Graded Hypoxia in the Human, Federation Proceedings, 31:371, 1972 (Abstract).

  104. Lee, Lu Yuan and H. T. Milhorn, Simulation of Pulmonary Gas Exchange, J. Miss. Acad. of Sciences, 1972 (Abstract)

  105. Jackson, A. C., H. T. Milhorn, and J. R. Norman, Comparison of Airway Resistance Measured by Interrupter and Plethysmograph Techniques, Proceedings American Physiological Society, 1972 (Abstract).

  106. Milhorn, H. T., Book Review, Control Theory and Physiological Feedback Mechanisms by D. S. Riggs, Williams and Wilkins company (1970), In IEEE Newsletter, 1972.

  107. Milhorn, H. T., W. J. Reynolds, and G. H. Holloman. Digital simulation of the ventilatory response to CO2 inhalation and CSF perfusion. Computers and Biomed. Res. 1972 Aug; 5(4):301-14.

  108. Milhorn, H. T., and W. J. Reynolds, Digital computer studies of respiratory control, Conference on Decision and Control and Symposium on Adaptive Processes, 11th, New Orleans, Louisiana; 13-15 Dec. 1972. pp. 1-4. 1972.

  109. Jackson, A. A., H. T. Milhorn Jr., and W. R. Norman. 1974. A reevaluation of the interrupter technique for airways resistance measurement. J. Appl. Physiol. 36: 264-268

  110. Reynolds, W. J., H. T. Milhorn, and G. H. Holloman. Transient ventilatory response to graded hypercapnia in man. J. Appl. Physiol. 1972 Jul; 33(1):47-54.

  111. Carrell, D. E. and H. T. Milhorn. Dynamic respiratory and circulatory responses to hypoxia in the anesthetized dog. J. Appl. Physiol. 1971 Mar; 30(3):305-12.

  112. Modell, H. I. and H. T. Milhorn, factors Affecting Alveolar-arterial PO2 Difference in Thoracotomy, Federation Proceedings, 30:219, 1971 (Abstract).

  113. Reynolds, W. J. and H. T. Milhorn, Ventilatory Response of Normal Human Subjects to Graded Hypercapnia, Federation Proceedings, 30:704, 1971 (Abstract).

  114. Jackson, A. C. and H. T. Milhorn, A Digital Computer Model of the Pulmonary Circulatory System, Proceedings of the 9th Annual Conference on Biomathematics and Computer Science in the Life sciences, p 103, 1971 (Abstract).

  115. Milhorn, H. T. and D. R. Brown, Steady-state Simulation of the Human Respiratory System, Review of Allergy, 1971 (Abstract).

  116. Jackson, A. C. and H. T. Milhorn, Simulation of the Pulmonary Circulation in the Erect Human, J. Miss. Acad. Sciences, p 67, 1971 (Abstract).

  117. Milhorn, H. T. and W. J. Reynolds, Digital Computer Simulation of CO2 Inhalation and CSF Perfusion, 24th Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, p 30, 1971 (Abstract).

  118. Jackson, A. C. and H. T. Milhorn, Digital Computer Analysis of Airway Resistance as Measured by the Interrupter Technique, 24th Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, p 84, 1971 (Abstract).

  119. Donovan, F. M., A. C. Jackson, and H. T. Milhorn, Digital Computer Analysis of the body Plethysmograph, 24th Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, p 67, 1971 (Abstract).

  120. Reynolds, W. J. and H. T. Milhorn, Digital Computer Analysis of Respiratory Transients, J. Miss. Acad. of Sciences, p 72, 1971 (Abstract).

  121. Modell, H. I. and H. T. Milhorn, A Digital Computer Analysis of Alveolar-arterial PO2 Differences in Thoracotomy, J. Miss. Acad. of Sciences, p 1971 (Abstract).

  122. Milhorn, H. T. and D. R. Brown. Steady-state simulation of the human respiratory system. Comput. Biomed, Res., 1970 Dec; 3(6):604-19.

  123. Holloman G. H. and H. T. Milhorn, data Acquisition and Digital Computation of Respiratory Transients, Proceedings of the 8th Annual Conference on biomathematics and Computer Science in the Life Sciences, Pp 53-56, 1970 (Abstract).

  124. Milhorn, H. T., Some Control Aspects of a Digital Computer Model of the Human Respiratory System, Proceedings of the 8th Annual Conference on biomathematics and Computer Science in the Life Sciences, Pp 49-52, 1970 (Abstract).

  125. Carrell, D. E. and H. T. Milhorn, dynamic Ventilatory and Circulatory Responses to Hypoxia in the Dog, Proc. Am. Physiol. Soc., 13(3): 162, 1970.

  126. H. T. Milhorn. Practical applications of control theory in respiratory and circulatory research. Fed. Proc. 1969 Jan-Feb; 28(1):84-8.

  127. Milhorn, H. T. and G. H. Holloman, Analysis of Respiratory Systems by Control Theory, Proceedings ASAE, 1969 (Abstract).

  128. Milhorn, H. T. and D. R. Brown, Steady-state Analysis of the Human Respiratory Control System, Proceedings Joint Automatic Control Conference, Pp 141-142, 1969.

  129. Milhorn, H. T. and P. E. Pulley. A theoretical study of pulmonary capillary gas exchange and venous admixture. Biophys. J. 1968 March; 8(3):337-57.

  130. Holloman, G. H. and H. T. Milhorn, The Dynamic Ventilatory Responses to Oxygen Lack with Constant Alveolar CO2, Proceedings 21st Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, p 42.4, 1968 (Abstract).

  131. Holloman, G. H., H. T. Milhorn, and T. G. Coleman, A sampled-data regulator for maintaining a constant alveolar CO2 during steady state and transient ventilatory responses to hypoxic stimulation, Journal of Applied Physiology. Vol. 25, pp. 463-468. 1968

  132. Milhorn, H. T. G. H. Holloman, and K. W. Scheel, On-line Instrumentation for Pulmonary Studies, Proceedings IEEE Region III Meeting, Pp 21-46, 1967 (Abstract).

  133. Holloman, G. H. and H. T. Milhorn, Transient Ventilatory Response to Steps of Low O2 with fixed Alveolar CO2, The Physiologist, 10:205, 1967 (Abstract).

  134. Milhorn, H. T., A Theoretical Study of Alveolar-capillary Gas Exchange, J. Miss. Acad. Of Sciences, 13:91, 1967.

  135. Milhorn, H. T., A Theoretical Study of Pulmonary Gas Exchange and Venous Admixture, Proceedings of 20th Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, p 9.3, 1967 (Abstract).

  136. Holloman, G. H. and H. T. Milhorn, Respiratory Responses to Positive and Negative Steps of Inspired O2 Concentrations While Maintaining a Constant Alveolar CO2 Concentration, J. Miss. Acad. of Sciences, 13:87, 1967 (Abstract)

  137. Ott, C. E. and H. t. Milhorn, Cheyne-Stokes Breathing: Clinical, Theoretical, and Experimental, J. Miss. Acad. of Sciences, 13:88, 1967.

  138. Milhorn, H. T. and G. H. Holloman, Simulation of the Human Respiratory System, Proceedings Mayo Clinic symposium on Simulation in Medicine and Biology, 1967 (Abstract).

  139. Smith, M. L and H. T. Milhorn, The Effect of Pulmonary Deadspace on Respiratory Stability, J. Miss. Acad. of Sciences, 13:87, 1967 (Abstract).

  140. Milhorn, H. T., The Human Body, a Masterpiece of Engineering Design, The Ole Miss Engineer, Pp 10-16, 1967.

  141. Milhorn, H. T., A. C. Guyton, and T. G. Coleman, Simulation of Human Systems, Proc. Am. Institute of Chem. Engineers Symposium, Session 34, Pp 1-20, 1967.

  142. Guyton, A. C., H. T. Milhorn, and T. G. Coleman, Simulation of Physiological Mechanisms: Part I, Simulation, 9:15, 1967.

  143. Guyton, A. C., H. T. Milhorn, and T. G. Coleman, Simulation of Physiological Mechanisms: Part II, Simulation, 10:73, 1967.

  144. Guyton, A. C., H. T. Milhorn, and T. G. Coleman, Simulation of Long Term Circulatory Control, Digest of the 7th International Conference on Medical and Biological Engineering, 1967, P 284.

  145. Scheel, K. W., A. W. Langill, and H. T. Milhorn. Correction of catheter distortion effects on mean transit time--dye-dilution method. J. Appl. Physiol. 1966 Sep; 21(5):1637-41.

  146. Milhorn, H. T. and K. W. Scheel. An analog computer program and associated circuitry for ventilatory calculations. J. Appl. Physiol. 1966 Jul; 21(4):1389-92.

  147. Milhorn, H. T., Simulation of Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide Concentrations gradients along the Pulmonary Capillaries, Biomathematics and Computer Science in the Life Sciences, Pp 12-18, 1966 (Abstract)

  148. Milhorn, H. T. and A. C. Guyton, Analog Computer Simulation of Abnormal Periodic Breathing, Simulation, 6:266-271, 1966.

  149. Guyton, A. C., H. T. Milhorn, and T. G. Coleman. Simulation of Physiological Mechanisms, Proceedings IBM Scientific Computing Symposium on Digital Simulation of Continuous Systems, Pp 129-158, 1966.

  150. Scheel, K. W., T. Coleman, and H. T. Milhorn, A Simplified Analog Model of the ADH System, J. Miss. Acad. Sciences, 1966, P 164.

  151. Milhorn, H. T., R. Benton, R. Ross, and A. C. Guyton. A mathematical model of the human respiratory control system. Biophysical J. 1965 Jan; 97:27-46.

  152. Milhorn, H. T., An Analog Computer Program and Associated Circuitry for Ventilatory Calculations, Engineering in Medicine and Biology, 793, 1965 (Abstract)

  153. Milhorn, H. T and A. C. Guyton. An Analog Computer Analysis of Cheyne-Stokes Breathing. J. Appl. Physiol. 1965.20: 328-333.

  154. Milhorn, H. T., Control Theory and Physiological Systems, Journal Miss. Acad. Sciences, 11:168, 1965 (Abstract).

  155. Milhorn, H. T. and A. C. Guyton, Mathematical Models of the Human Respiratory System, Federation Proceedings, 23:307, 1964 (Abstract).

  156. Milhorn, H. T., A Mathematical Analysis of the Human Respiratory Control System, J. Miss. Acad. Sci., 9:222, 1963. (Abstract)

  157. Carrier, O., H. T. Milhorn, and A. E. Taylor. Effect of cardiac activity on cardiac output in the absence of enhanced venous return. J. Miss. Acad. Sci. 8:166, 1962. (Abstract)

 

Presentations

 

International

 

1. International Conference on Family Medicine and Problems of Families, “The Family in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Chemical Dependency,” Madrid Spain, 1989.

2. International Conference of the Cybernetic Society, “Digital Simulation and Experimental Evaluation of the CO2-H+ Control of Pulmonary Ventilation,” Washington D. C., 1973.

3. International Symposium on Dynamics and Control in Physiological Systems, “Digital Simulation of the Chemical Control of Ventilation,” Rochester, New York, 1973.

4. International conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, “Simulation of Long Term circulatory Control,” Stockholm Sweden, 1967.

National

5. University of Tennessee Medical Center, 2005 Patterson Lecture, “Drugs of Abuse: An Overview,” Knoxville, Tennessee, May 2005.

6. University of Tennessee Medical Center, “Journal Club,” Department of Family Medicine, Knoxville, Tennessee, May 2005.

7. Mississippi Osteopathic Medical Association conference. "Anxiety without Addiction." San Destin, Florida, June, 1993.

8. Medical Staff Meeting. "Understanding Chemical Dependence." Jackson, Tennessee, May, 1992.

9. Mississippi Osteopathic Medical Association conference. "Understanding Chemical Dependence." San Destin, Florida, June, 1992.

10. American Academy of Otolaryngology conference. "Nicotine Dependence: A Head and Neck Perspective." Washington, D.C., October, 1992.

11. Pilipino Medical Group. "Understanding Chemical Dependence." Pensacola, Florida, April, 1992.

12. Patient Management Issues for the Primary Care Physician conference. "Nicotine Dependence and Nicotine Reduction Therapy." Boca Raton, Florida, June, 1991.

13. Local Medical Meeting. "Understanding Chemical Dependence." Covington, Tennessee, October, 1991.

14. Patient Management Issues for the Primary Care Physician conference. "Nicotine Dependence and Nicotine Reduction Therapy." Pine Mountain, Georgia, October, 1991.

15. Patient Management Issues for the Primary Care Physician Conference. "Nicotine Dependence and Nicotine Reduction Therapy." Monterey, California, April, 1991.

16. Patient Management Issues for the Primary Care Physician Conference. "Nicotine Dependence and Nicotine Reduction Therapy." Irving, Texas, May, 1991.

17. Local Medical meeting. "Understanding Chemical Dependence." Helena, Arkansas, April, 1991.

18. Medical Meeting: "Understanding Chemical Dependence." Jackson, Tennessee, August, 1991.

19. Eastern Multiconference sponsored by the Society for Computer Simulation. "Simulation of the Human Respiratory System: The Early Years." Nashville, Tennessee, April 1990.

20. Mississippi Academy of Family Practice Conference. "Tobacco Free Young America." Sponsored by the American Cancer Society, Gulf Shores, Alabama. July, 1990.

21. Grand Rounds, Baptist Hospital. "Allergic Rhinitis." Little Rock, Arkansas, March, 1989.

22. Medical Grand Rounds, St. Mary's Hospital. "The Summer Drips," Evansville, Indiana, June, 1989.

23. Louisiana Academy of Family Physicians Scientific Assembly. "Understanding Arterial Blood Gases." Lafayette, Louisiana, June, 1986.

24. Louisiana Academy of Family Physicians Scientific Assembly. "Understanding Pulmonary Function Studies." Lafayette, Louisiana, June, 1986.

25. North American Primary Care Research Group. "Electrocardiography in Office Practice." Columbus, Ohio, 1986.

26. North American Primary Care Research Group. "Unreferred Pediatric Call as a Mechanism for Increasing In-hospital Teaching Cases." Columbus, Ohio, 1984.

27. North American Primary Care Research Group. "Unreferred Internal Medicine Call as a Method for Increasing Hospital Teaching Load." Columbus, Ohio, 1982.

28. Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Regional Meeting. "Family Medicine Education in Mississippi." Charleston, South Carolina, 1981.

29. Federation Meeting. "Absence of Apnea Following Voluntary Hyperventilation for 4 Minutes at 40 Liters/min." Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1977.

30. Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group on Biomedical Computing (ACM SIGBIO) symposium on Computer Simulation of Human Systems, "Computer Simulation of Human Systems: The Respiratory System." Dallas, Texas, 1977.

31. 29th Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology. "Development and Evaluation of a Model of the Respiratory Controller." Boston, Massachusetts, 1976.

32. American Physiological Society. "Development and Evaluation of a Model of the Respiratory Controller." Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1976.

33. Summer Computer Simulation Conference, "Experimentation and 'Simulation;
Valuable Partners in the Study of Respiratory Control." Houston, Texas, 1974.

34. Federation Meeting, Session Chairman, 30 minute introductory remarks, Atlanta City, New Jersey, 1973.

35. American Society of Mechanical Engineers Conference. "Digital Simulation of the Chemical Control of Ventilation." New York, New York, 1973.

36. Conference on Adaptive Control Systems, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1972.

37. Symposium on Simulation of Human Systems, Princeton, New Jersey, 1971.

38. 24th Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology. "Digital Computer Simulation of C02 Inhalation and CSF Perfusion." Las Vegas, Nevada, 1971.

39. Banquet speaker at a Symposium on Metabolism. "The Special Challenge of Biological Control Systems." Pennsylvania State University, State College, Pennsylvania, 1970.

40. 8th Annual Conference on Biomathematics and Computer Science in the Life Sciences. "Some Control Aspects of a Digital Computer Model of the Human Respiratory System." Houston, Texas, 1970.

41. University of Kentucky, Department of Physiology and Biophysics, Speaker in Seminar Series, Lexington, Kentucky, 1969.

42. Joint Automatic Control Conference. "Steady-state Simulation of the Human Respiratory System." Boulder, Colorado, 1969.

43. American Society of Agricultural Engineers (ASAE) Conference. "Analysis of Respiratory Systems by Control Theory." Madison, Wisconsin, 1969.

44. Federation Meeting. "Practical Applications of Control Theory in Respiratory and Circulatory Research." Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1969.

45. Symposium on Education for Biomedical Engineering. "Education for Biomedical Engineering." Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1968.

46. Conference on Biomathematics and Computer Science in the Life Sciences. "Simulation of Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide Concentration Gradients Along the Pulmonary Capillaries." Houston, Texas, 1966.

47. Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Region III Meeting. "On­line Instrumentation for Pulmonary Studies." Jackson, Mississippi, 1967.

48. 20th Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology. "A Theoretical Study of Pulmonary Capillary Gas Exchange and Venous Admixture." Boston, Massachusetts, 1967.

49. American Institute of Chemical Engineers Symposium. "Simulation of Human Systems." Houston, Texas, 1967.

50. University of Florida, Department of Physiology, Speaker in Seminar Series, Gainesville, Florida, 1967.

51. University of Texas-Galveston, Department of Physiology and Biophysics, Speaker in Seminar Series, Galveston, Texas, 1967.

52. American Institute of Chemical Engineers Annual Conference. "Simulation of Human Systems." Houston, Texas, 1967.

53. Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology. "A Theoretical Study on Pulmonary Gas Exchange and Venous Admixture." Cleveland, Ohio, 1967.

54. Mayo Clinic Symposium on Simulation in Medicine and Biology, "Simulation of the Human Respiratory System." Rochester, Minnesota, 1967.

55. One of the three speakers at the Controls Banquet, Federation Meeting, Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1967

56. University of Arkansas, Department of Physiology, Speaker in Seminar Series, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1968.

57. Symposium on Physiological Control Systems, Federation Meeting. "Practical Application of Control Theory in Respiratory and Circulatory Research." Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1969.

58. University of Iowa, School of Engineering, Speaker in Seminar Series, Iowa City, Iowa, 1966.

59. Brooklyn Polytechnical Institute, School of Engineering, Speaker in Seminar Series, Brooklyn, New York, 1966.

60. University of Arkansas, Department of Physiology, Speaker in Seminar Series, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1966.

61. Temple University, Department of Pharmacology, Speaker in Seminar Series, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1966.

62. University of Virginia, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Speaker in Seminar Series, Charlottesville, Virginia, 1966.

63. University of Tennessee, Department of Physiology, Speaker in Seminar Series, Memphis, Tennessee, 1966.

64. University of California at Davis, Division of Basic Medical Sciences and School of Engineering, Speaker in Seminar Series, Davis, California, 1966.

65. North Carolina State University, Division of Biomathematics, Speaker in Seminar Series, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1966.

66. Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology. "An Analog Computer Program and Associated Circuitry for Ventilatory Calculations." Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1965.

67. University of Washington, Department of Physiology and Biophysics, Speaker in Seminar Series, Seattle, Washington, 1965.

68. University of Kentucky, Department of Physiology and Biophysics, Speaker in Seminar Series, Lexington, Kentucky, 1965.

69. Federation Meeting. "Mathematical Models of the Human Respiratory System." Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1964.

 

State of Mississippi

 

70. 19th Perinatal Conference, Sponsored by the University of Mississippi School of Medicine, “The Female Substance Abuser,” Philadelphia, Mississippi, 1997.

71. Southwestern Regional Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference. "Medical Writing," Jackson, Mississippi, 1996.

72. American Cancer Society. "Nicotine Dependence and Treatment." Meridian, Mississippi, November, 1994.

73. Family Practice Update. "Smoking Cessation." Jackson, Mississippi, April, 1993.

74. Medical Staff Meeting. "Cocaine." Forest, Mississippi, May, 1992.

75. Medical Staff Meeting. "Understanding Chemical Dependence." Louisville, Mississippi, February, 1992.

76. Conference: Mississippi Association of Alcohol and Drug Counselors. "Intervention." Hattiesburg, Mississippi, March, 1992.

77. Medical Conference. "Chemical Dependence and the Elderly." Tupelo, Mississippi, March, 1992.

78. Pine Belt Community Mental Health Center." "Understanding Chemical Dependence." Laurel, Mississippi, May, 1992.

79. Conference: Mississippi Association of Alcohol and Drug Counselors. "Dual Diagnosis." Meridian, Mississippi, December, 1992.

80. Conference: Mississippi State Department of Health. "Understanding Chemical Dependence." Biloxi, Mississippi, October. 1992.

81. Family Practice Update. "Basic Electrocardiography: A Workshop." Jackson, Mississippi, April, 1992.

82. Conference: Mississippi State Department of Health. "Women and Drugs." Jackson, Mississippi, March, 1992.

83. State Department of Health Regional Health Officers' Conference. "Cocaine." Jackson, Mississippi, January, 1991.

84. Medical Meeting: "Understanding Chemical Dependence." Greenville, Mississippi, July, 1991.

85. Mississippi Student Nurses' Conference. "Understanding Chemical Dependence." Gallman, Mississippi, October, 1991.

86. Medical Staff Meeting. "Understanding Chemical Dependence." Ocean Springs, Mississippi, November, 1991.

87. Mississippi Academy of Family Practice Conference. "Drugs of Abuse: An Overview." Natchez, Mississippi, March, 1991.

88. Mississippi Board of Nursing. "Understanding Chemical Dependence." Jackson, Mississippi, February, 1991.

89. Family Practice Update. "Substance Abuse in the Workplace." Presented with Ken Cronin, University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, Mississippi, May, 1991.

90. Eighth Annual Symposium on Current Events in OB/GYN Health Care. "Chemical Dependency in Women." Mississippi State Department of Health, Jackson, Mississippi, May, 1991.

91. Fourth Annual Mississippi Writers Conference: The Art of Writing. "Writing that's Worth Reading." Jackson, Mississippi, May, 1991.

92. Lawyers Against Drugs Program. "The Disease of Addiction." Jackson, Mississippi, August, 1990.

93. Drug Awareness Conference. Hinds Community College. "The disease of addiction." Raymond, Mississippi, October, 1990.

94. Medical Staff Meeting. South Central Regional Medical Center. "Drugs of abuse/detoxification." Presented with Dr. Brent Meador, Laurel, Mississippi, October, 1990.

95. Mississippi Association For Marriage and Family Therapists Annual Convention. "Adolescents, Drugs, and the Family." Presented with George Briggs, Ed.D., Jackson, Mississippi, February, 1990.

96. Family Practice Update. "The Alcoholic Family." Jackson, Mississippi, May, 1990.

97. Third Annual Conference on Chemical Dependency. "The adolescent and drugs." Jackson, Mississippi, October, 1990.

98. Third Annual Conference on Chemical Dependency. "The elderly alcoholic." Jackson, Mississippi, October, 1990.

99. Packard Electric Company. "Drug Screening in the Workplace." Clinton, Mississippi, November, 1989.

100. Staff Meeting, Biloxi Regional Medical Center, "Cocaine: Management of Acute Intoxication and Related Problems." Biloxi, Mississippi, March, 1989.

101. Medical Staff Meeting, Jefferson Davis Hospital. "The Diagnosis of Alcoholism." Natchez, Mississippi, June, 1989

102. School Attendance Officers Conference. "The Physiological Effects of Substance Abuse." Jackson, Mississippi, February, 1989.

103. Conference on Substance Abuse: A Community Crisis. Mississippi State Department of Education and D.R.E.A.M. "Anabolic-androgenic steroids." Jackson, Mississippi, October, 1990.

104. Second Annual Conference on Chemical Dependency. "AIDS and Chemical Dependency." Jackson, Mississippi, October, 1989.

105. Symposium on Management of Chemical Dependency. "Medical Management of the chemically dependent patient." Golden Triangle Regional Medical Center, Columbus, Mississippi. March, 1988.

106. Family Practice Update. "Cocaine Update." Jackson, Mississippi, April, 1988.

107. First Annual Conference on Chemical Dependency. "Nicotine Dependence." Mississippi Baptist Medical Center, Jackson, Mississippi, October, 1988.

108. First Annual Conference on Chemical Dependency. "The Disease Concept of Addiction." Mississippi Baptist Medical Center, Jackson, Mississippi, October, 1988.

109. Mississippi College School of Nursing. "The Disease Concept of Addiction." Clinton, Mississippi, May, 1988.

110. Hinds Community College Athletic Program. "Drugs of Abuse: An Overview." Raymond, Mississippi, August, 1988.

111. Baptist Children's Village. "Nicotine Dependence." Clinton, Mississippi, August, 1988.

112. Hinds Community College Athletic Program. "Alcohol." Raymond, Mississippi, September, 1988.

113. Family Practice Update. Panel discussion on Chemical Dependency. Jackson, Mississippi, April, 1987.

114. Family Practice Update. "Evaluation of Anemia." Jackson, Mississippi, April, 1986

115. Family Practice Update. Workshop on periodic health screening. Jackson, Mississippi, April, 1985

116. The Primary Care Physician and Cancer (Oncology Symposium). "Early detection of cancer." Jackson, Mississippi, 1983.

117. Family Medicine Board Review. "Risk Factors for GYN Carcinoma." Jackson, Mississippi, 1983.

118. Family Medicine Board Review. "Basic Epidemiology." Jackson, Mississippi, 1983.

119. State Medical Association Meeting. "A birth-to-death preventive medicine/periodic health screening protocol." Biloxi, Mississippi, 1981.

120. Family Medicine CME Day. "Arterial Blood Gases." Jackson, Mississippi, 1981.

121. Family Practice Update. "The Physiology of Exercise." Jackson, Mississippi, 1978.

122. Mississippi Academy of Sciences. "Absence of Apnea Following Voluntary Hyperventilation for 4 Minutes at 40 Liters/min." Jackson, Mississippi, 1977.

123. Mississippi Academy of Sciences. "A Theoretical Study of Alveolar-capillary Gas Exchange." Jackson, Mississippi, 1967.

124. Mississippi Academy of Sciences. "Control Theory and Physiological Systems." Jackson, Mississippi, 1965.

125. Mississippi Academy of Sciences. "A Mathematical Analysis of the Human Respiratory Control System." Jackson, Mississippi, 1963

126. Mississippi Academy of Sciences. "Effect of Altering Cardiac Frequency on Cardiac Output." Jackson, Mississippi, 1962.

 

Local (Jackson/Meridian)

 

127. Alliance Health Center, “Question and Answer Session,” Drug Addiction, Meridian, Mississippi, 2005.

128. Jeff Anderson Regional Medical Center, “Addiction: What it is and what it isn’t,” Weight Loss Program, Meridian, Mississippi, 2004.

129. Mississippi State University (Meridian Campus), Crack Cocaine Symposium, “Drugs of Abuse,” Meridian, Mississippi, September 1998.

130. Mississippi State University (Meridian Campus), Crack Cocaine Symposium, “Drugs of Abuse,” Meridian, Mississippi, October 1998.

131. Brown Bag Series, Laurel Wood Center. "The Female Substance Abuser," Meridian, Mississippi, 1997.

132. Psychology Department, East Mississippi State Hospital. "The Disease Concept of Addiction," Meridian, Mississippi, 1997.

133. Central United Methodist Church. "What Every Parent Should Know about Drugs." Meridian, Mississippi, April, 1993.

134. Lauderdale County Medical Society. "The Impaired Physician." Meridian, Mississippi, April, 1993.

135. Central United Methodist Church. "Is Alcoholism Truly a Disease?" Meridian, Mississippi, May, 1993.

136. Civitan Club. "Prescription Drugs and Women." Meridian, Mississippi, June, 1992.

137. Rush Foundation Hospital. "Nicotine Dependence I." Meridian, Mississippi, November, 1992.

138. Rush Foundation Hospital. "Nicotine Dependence II." Meridian, Mississippi, November, 1992.

139. Laurel Wood Center Conference. "Your Kids and Drugs." Meridian, Mississippi, December, 1992.

140. Laurel Wood Center Conference. "The Chemically Dependent Woman." Meridian, Mississippi, January, 1992.

141. Faculty, Magnolia Middle School. "Preventing Drug Abuse." Meridian, Mississippi, February, 1992.

142. Laurel Wood Center Conference. "Understanding Chemical Dependence." Meridian, Mississippi, March, 1992.

143. Laurel Wood Center Conference. "The Elderly Alcoholic." Meridian, Mississippi, March, 1992.

144. Hospital Staff Meeting. "Understanding chemical Dependence." Jeff Anderson Regional Medical Center, Meridian, Mississippi, September, 1991.

145. Medical Meeting. Northwood Country Club. "Understanding Chemical Dependence." Meridian, Mississippi, October, 1991.

146. Faculty, Meridian High School. "Adolescents and Drugs." Meridian, Mississippi, December, 1991.

147. Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Mississippi Medical Center. "Chemical Dependence and Women." Jackson, Mississippi, March, 1991.

148. Anesthesiology Section, Mississippi Baptist Medical Center. "Chemical Dependence and the Impaired Physician." Jackson, Mississippi, March, 1991.

149. Mississippi Baptist Chemical Dependency Center Counselor Trainee Course. "Detoxification." Jackson, Mississippi, March, 1991.

150. Mississippi College Registered Nurses Clinical Group. "Drugs of Abuse: An Overview. Mississippi Baptist Medical Center, Jackson, Mississippi, March, 1991.

151. Family Practice Section Meeting. "Anabolic-androgenic Steroids." Mississippi Baptist Medical Center, Jackson, Mississippi, April, 1991.

152. Junior League Conference on Adolescent Substance Abuse. "Adolescents and Drugs." Jackson, Mississippi, October, 1990.

153. Family Practice Grand Rounds. "Alcoholism in the Soviet Union." University of Mississippi School of Medicine, Jackson, Mississippi, February, 1990.

154. Chemical Dependency Workshop: A Program for Externs. "The Disease of Addiction." Mississippi Baptist Medical Center, Jackson, Mississippi, July, 1990.

155. Department of Physiology and Biophysics Seminar Program. "Nicotine Dependence." University of Mississippi School of Medicine, Jackson, Mississippi, August, 1990.

156. The Nurse and Chemical Dependence Conference. "The Disease of Addiction." Mississippi Baptist Medical Center, Jackson, Mississippi, August, 1990.

157. Medical/Surgical Conference. "The Diagnosis of Alcoholism." Mississippi Baptist Medical Center, Jackson, Mississippi, August, 1989.

158. Chemical Dependency Workshop; A Seminar for Externs. "The Disease of Addiction." Mississippi Baptist Medical Center, Jackson, Mississippi, June, 1989..

159. Chemical Dependency Workshop: A Seminar for Externs. "The Disease Concept." Mississippi Baptist Medical Center, Jackson, Mississippi, July, 1988.

160. Family Practice Section Meeting. "Emergency Management of Cocaine Intoxication." St. Dominic's Hospital, Jackson, Mississippi. September, 1987.

161. Family Practice Club. "Alcoholism: Disease, Diagnosis and Treatment," Jackson, Mississippi, March, 1987.

162. Chemical Dependency Workshop: A Seminar for Externs. "The disease concept." Mississippi Baptist Medical Center. Jackson, Mississippi July, 1987.


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