JOHN B. HOLCOMB, MD, FACS
(i) Dr. Holcomb is director, Center for
Translational Injury Research; vice-chair and
professor, department of surgery; and chief,
division of acute care surgery, University
of Texas Health Science Center, Houston.
He has served on the Tactical Combat
Casualty Care Committee for the last decade,
guiding the training and equipment needs
for the DoD and many Western countries.
DAVID B. HOYT, MD, FACS
(j) Dr. Hoyt is Executive Director, American
College of Surgeons (ACS), Chicago, IL.
Previously, he chaired the ACS Committee
on Trauma (COT) and is a former Medical
Director of ACS Trauma Programs. He
has served as faculty of the ACS Advanced
Trauma and Life Support® course. He is
former chairman, department of surgery;
executive vice-dean, school of medicine;
and John E. Connolly Professor of Surgery,
University of California, Irvine.
LENWORTH M. JACOBS, JR.,
MD, MPH, FACS
(k) Dr. Jacobs is Chair, Hartford Consensus
Committee, and is vice-president of
academic affairs, chief academic officer, and
director of the Trauma Institute, Hartford
Hospital. He is assistant dean of education,
professor of surgery, and chairman of
traumatology and emergency medicine,
University of Connecticut. Dr. Jacobs is an
ACS Regent and is founder of the ATOM
course and Editor of the ATOM textbook.
MAT THEW J. LEV Y, DO, MSC, FACEP
(l) Dr. Levy is a member of the faculty,
department of emergency medicine, Johns
Hopkins University School of Medicine. He
has served on a variety of local, state, and
federal committees and agencies related to
emergency medical and disaster care. He is a
senior medical officer with the Johns Hopkins
Center for Law Enforcement Medicine.
NORMAN E. MCSWAIN, JR., MD, FACS
(m) Dr. McSwain was a trauma surgeon
at Tulane University School of Medicine,
department of surgery, and Charity Hospital,
New Orleans, LA. The city of New Orleans
recruited him to develop an emergency
medical system for the city, and he initiated
both the emergency medical technician
(EMT) basic and EMT paramedic training
within the New Orleans Police Department
and a citywide emergency medical system.
ERNEST (ERNIE) MITCHELL, JR., MPA
(n) Mr. Mitchell is the Federal
Emergency Management Agency’s
U.S. Fire Administrator for the U.S.
Fire Administration. He began his
tenure on December 5, 2011, and is
responsible for managing the U.S. Fire
Administration’s programs and training
activities at the National Emergency
Training Center, Emmitsburg, MD.
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