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CetarukEd

 

 


Edward W. Cetaruk        

CHS Class of 1982




CHS ’82
National Honor Society, Soccer, Wrestling

University of Massachusetts-Amherst BS Biochemistry Minor-Chemistry Magna Cum Laude ’86

New York University School of Medicine MD ‘91

Post-Graduate Training University of Massachusetts Center, Worcester, MA Residency-Emergency Medicine; Rocky Mountain Poison Center Denver, CO Fellowship-Medical Toxicology; University of Colorado Health Sciences Center Denver, CO Fellowship-Emergency Medicine Research

Career
Leominster, MA Leominster Hospital Staff Physician (Emergency Medicine); Denver, CO: Kaiser Permanente Medical Group of Colorado Staff Physician (Emergency Medicine); Toxicology Associates; Englewood, CO Swedish Hospital Medical Center Physician (Emergency Medicine); University of Colorado Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine (Department of Clinical Pharmacology & Toxicology); Serves as an instructor & consultant dealing with chemical and biological weapons of mass destruction for the U.S. Department of Defense, Department of State & all Departments of the Military; Academy of Counterterrorism Education at the National Center for Biomedical Research & Training at Louisiana University

Publications
Publications & Presentations include: “Hazards of Nonprescription Medications”, “Anthrax as a Biological Weapon”, A Practical Approach to Disaster-Medicine and Terrorists Events”, “Industrial Agents as Chemical Weapons of Opportunity”-FBI Laboratory Symposium on Forensic Toxicology, Washington, DC, “Recent Advances in the Treatment of Botulism”-North American Congress of Clinical Toxicology, San Francisco, CA 

Awards
Clinical Faculty Academic Publications Award (University of Colorado Health Sciences Center), Best Presentation Award for “The Modern Threat of Biological Weapons”- American Industrial Hygiene Association Conference, Colorado School of Mines

Community
American Academy of Clinical Toxicology, American College of Medical Toxicology, American College of Emergency Physicians, Local Medical Societies