Infectious Disease Dr. - Texas

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    TerriM New Member

    Hi, I was searching for doctors for CFS in other states and came across this info for a Dr. at Temple Clinic (infectious diseases) who had written a publication on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome . . . thought it may be helpful for someone . . . Terri

    Gary P. Holmes, M.D. 254-724-2983
    Associate Professor of Internal Medicine
    Temple Clinic

    North Texas State University, N/A, 1973-76
    University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, M.D., 1980
    Specialty Training:
    Internal Medicine Internship, Methodist Hospitals of Dallas, 1980-81
    Internal Medicine Residency, Methodist Hospitals of Dallas, 1981-83
    Infectious Disease Fellowship, University of Kentucky Medical Center, Lexington, Ky., 1983-85
    Epidemic Intelligence Officer, Epidemiology Office/Viral Exanthems and Herpesvirus Branch, Division of Viral Diseases, Center for Infectious Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Ga., 1985-87
    S&W Appointment: 12/26/90
    Board Certification: Internal Medicine, 1987; Infectious Diseases, 1994
    Publications/Research Topics: "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Working Case Definition," "B Virus (Herpesvirus Simiae) Infection in Humans: Epidemiologic Investigation of a Cluster," "Lassa Fever in the United States: Investigation of a Case with Suggestions for Management," "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Comprehensive approach to its Definition and Study," "Guidelines for Preventing and Treating B Virus Infections in Exposed Persons," "Contamination Risks from a High-Speed Bone Burr," "A Multidisciplinary TQM approach to the Improvement of Therapeutic Drug Monitoring and Creation of a Pharmacokinetic Monitoring Service," and ongoing work in antibiotic streamlining.