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Biographical Sketches

Frank J. Landry

Date and Place of Birth: Newton, MA 1/27/60; Education: St. Michaels College BA 1978-82, Tufts Univ. School of Medicine, Boston 1983-87, MD, Unitarian Service Univ. of Health Sciences 1985-92 MPH; Post Doctural Training: Walter Reed Army Med. Center, Internship, Residency Int. Med. 1987-90, Walter Reed Army Medical Center 199092, Fellowship General Internal Medicine; Certification: ABIM 1990, 2000 (recert.); Military: US Army 1987-96 Active Duty; Present Position: Clinical Associate Professor, Univ. of Vermont College of Medicine, Private Practice, General Internal Medicine Appletree Bay Medical Center, Burlington, VT; ACP-ASIM Activities: FACP 1994, National Meeting - Ambulatory Teaching Workshop, Learning Center 2000, Vermont Chapter Annual Meeting Chair 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 (current), Vermont Chapter Council 1998,1999, 2000, 2001 (current), ACP-ASIM Student Interest Group 2000, 2001 (current); Hospital/Community Service: Medical Director, Birchwood Terrace Health Care, Pharmacy & Therapeutics Chairman, Fletcher Allen Health Care 2000, 2001 (current), Education and Scholarly Activities Committee, Fletcher Allen Health Care 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, Board of Directors, VT Chapter American Red Cross 2001 (current); Other Appointments: Clinical Associate Professor UVM College of Medicine

Vision Statement
I hope to support and expand upon many of the wonderful programs that have developed under the direction of Drs. Keith Michl and Virginia Hood. We've witnessed increased interest in Fellowship, Associates Programs, and most recently the UVM student interest group, due to the outreach work done by our council and other members. Such unity will allow us to succeed as a local organization and take full advantage of the many benefits that membership offers. I hope to continue this year's tradition of a well-rounded local meeting that incorporates pertinent clinical topics, research and case studies (Associate's program) and offers opportunity to discuss national and local trends in medicine and medical practice. I'll support and encourage faculty development initiatives as these have served as excellent forums for idea exchange. Also, I'll support our health policy interests through participation in Leadership Day and through local involvement at the state level.

Thomas F. Ziobrowski

Date and Place of Birth: Ann Arbor, MI 8/18/48; Education: AB, Harvard College 1970, MD, U. of PA 1975, MS U of PA 1974; Post Doctural Training: Internal Medicine, Pennsylvania Hospital, Phila, 1975-78; Certification: ABIM 1978; Present Position: Practicing general Internal Medicine Church Street Internal Medicine, St. Johnsbury, VT; ACP-ASIM Activities: Member 1982-present; FACP 1992; VT Chapter Council 1991-93, Regional meetings 1982, 87-92, 1996, Annual Meetings 1985-86,1993,1995, 1997, 2001; Hospital/Community Service: Active medical staff Northerntown VT Regional Hospital 1978-present, Hospital Trustee 1984-85, President Medical staff 1985, Medical Executive Committee 1984-86, 94-97, 2000-current, Chair Bylaws/Credentialing Committee - current, Board of the Fairbank Museum 1990-99, President, Danville Senior Citizen Housing, Inc.

Vision Statement
Greetings to my Fellow Vermont Internists! My vision for our chapter over the next five years naturally breaks down into three aspects: local, national, and the junction of the two. At the local level, the key is promoting participation in College activities by supporting Associate and Resident Members, by producing a regional meeting attractive to internists, and by networking with other internists. At the national level, I would help promote the educational mission of the College, and continue supporting universal access to health care. And at the interface between the national and Vermont Chapter, I would bring the perspective of practicing internists to the College and return a share of the experiences of internists elsewhere.