CURRICULUM VITAE

Carol J. Iddins MD

Carol J. Iddins MD

Dr. Carol Iddins attended the University of Tennessee and received her M.D. in 1993. She then completed her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology in 1997. She practiced obstetrics and gynecology while on active duty in the United States Air Force. While on active duty in the U.S. Air Force, she received training in Aerospace Medicine/Occupational Medicine. Dr. Iddins headed up many programs, training and exercises for Weapons of Mass Destruction; mass casualty incidents, combat search and rescue and several nuclear scenarios. Her operational experience includes deployment in several NATO operations: Operation ALLIED FORCE, Operation ENDURING FREEDOM, and Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. She is a decorated veteran having received Aerial Achievement Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Air Force Commendation Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, Outstanding Combat Unit with Valor with Oak Leaf Cluster, Meritorious Service Medal, and the Kosovo Campaign Medal. She has over 13 years experience in military and civilian occupational medicine.

Radiation Assistance Center / Training Site REAC/TS
P.O. Box 117, M.S. 39
Oak Ridge, TN 37831
(865) 576-3131
carol.iddins@orau.org

Education

Residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1993-1997
University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, TN
M.D. University of Tennessee, 1989-1993
University of Tennessee Center for the Health Sciences, Memphis, TN
Bachelor of Science in Nutrition, 1983-1988
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

Military: Air Command and Staff College, 2003; Hyperbaric Medicine, 2000; HAZMAT (Hazardous Materials), 2000; Global Medicine, 2000;Aerospace Medicine Primary course, 1998;Commissioned Officer Training, 1997;School of Aerospace Medicine, 1994;Health Professions Officer Indoctrination Course, 1993

LICENSURE

Tennessee Medical License, expires 31 Jul 13

CIVILIAN MEDICAL EXPERIENCE

NetGain, Mar 2010-present, Staff Physician
REAC/TS, 11/09 - present, Staff Physician
MMC Healthworks and Roane Industrial Medicine, Jan. 2008-present Staff Physician
Concentra Medical Center, 2004-2007 Staff Physician, Las Vegas and Oak Ridge locations

MILITARY MEDICAL EXPERIENCE

Nellis Air Force Base, 2002-2004
Combat Search and Rescue Flight Surgeon and Medical director for combat rescue unit Preceptor program/medical director for pararescue jumpers (PJs)/EMTs in rescue unit Emergency response for aircraft mishaps (real world and exercise) Nuclear weapons accident response exercises Operations ENDURING FREEDOM and IRAQI FREEDOM: -Senior Flight Surgeon for 400 Combat Search and Rescue personnel -Initiated Public/Environmental Health, Force Protection measures for 1,300 coalition personnel -Executed Weapons of Mass Destruction training/protection measures

United States Air Force Academy and Peterson Air Force Base, 2000-2002
Director of Occupational Health Working Group -responsible for all public health and bioenvironmental health for U.S. Air Force Academy, Cheyenne Mountain (NORAD), Schriever and Peterson Air Force Bases Medical consultant to Women's Health Clinic, Public Health and Bioenvironmental Engineering Director of Emergency and Disaster Response Director of Weapons of Mass Destruction Program Medical consultant/on-call physician for Peterson Air Force Base Hyperbaric Chamber

Barksdale Air Force Base, 1997-2000
Flight Commander (clinic manager), Aerospace Medicine Clinic Medical leader for Global Guardian Exercise -managed medical, public health, and bioenvironmental personnel -initiated shelter operations -responsible for triage, securing controlled area, decontamination area Head of Occupational Health Working Group

Operation ALLIED FORCE (Kosovo Conflict):
-Physician for B-52 bomber group and 1,100 personnel -Planned/executed four month medical deployment supporting 1,100 personnel -Supervised medical team, ran occupational health programs, preventive medicine/public health issues during deployment Clinical Director Obstetrics/Gynecology

HONORS AND AFFILIATIONS

Aerial Achievement Medal, 2003
Meritorious Service Medal, 2004
Air Force Commendation Medal, 2003
Outstanding Combat Unit with Valor with Oak Leaf Cluster, 2003
Meritorious Service Medal, 2000
Air Force Commendation Medal, 1999
Kosovo Campaign Medal, 1999
American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology
American Society of Reproductive Medicine

RESEARCH

1997 "Role of office microlaparoscopy in chronic pelvic pain, using conscious sedation" World Congress of Gynecologic Laparoscopists

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

Adjunct faculty, Dept of Nutrition and Food Science, 1988-1989 University of Tennessee, Knoxville

SELECTED ORAL PRESENTATIONS: 2011

Radiological and Chemical Agents of Opportunity for Terrorism: Hospital Protocol for Radiation Medical Emergencies. Oak Ridge, TN (Aug)
Radiological and Chemical Agents of Opportunity for Terrorism: Demonstration of Decontamination of Patients with Radiation Injuries. Oak Ridge, TN (Aug)
REAC/TS Advanced Radiation Medicine: Pathophysiology of Radiation Wounds and the Basis for Treatment Interventions (Aug). REAC/TS Radiation Emergency Medicine: Local Radiation Injuries Case Presentation Yanango, Peru. Oak Ridge, TN (Aug)
REAC/TS Radiation Emergency Medicine: Recent REAC/TS Case Studies: Local Radiation Injuries. Oak Ridge, TN (Aug)
Radiological and Chemical Agents of Opportunity for Terrorism: Hospital Protocol for Radiation Medical Emergencies. New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygeine, New York, NY (Jul)
Radiological and Chemical Agents of Opportunity for Terrorism: Demonstration of Decontamination of Patients with Radiation Injuries. New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygeine, New York, NY (Jul)
Radiation Emergency Medicine: Basic Health Physics; Review of Radiobiology and Acute Radiation Syndrome; Treatment of Internal Contamination; Local Radiation Injury and Case Reviews; Case Review: Tokaimura, Japan. Ft. Bragg, N.C. (Mar)
CDC Bridging the Gaps: Public Health and Radiation Emergency Preparedness: First Receiver Safety and Decontamination. Atlanta, GA (Mar)
Metropolitan Chicago Health Council Radiation Emergency Medicine: Acute Radiation Syndrome; Local Radiation Injuries; History of Radiation Incidents; Treatment of Internal Contamination. Chicago, IL (Mar)
NUMI Radiation Emergency Medicine: Pathophysiology of Wounds and the Basis for Treatment Intervention; Case Studies: Fluoroscopy-induced Radiation Injuries; Local Radiation Injuries; Case Reviews of Local Radiation Injuries. Naval Undersea Medicine Institute, New London, CT (May)
UNLV / Nevada Test Site Radiation Emergency Medicine: Acute Radiation Syndrome with Radiobiology Review; History of Radiation Incidents; Local Radiation Injury and Case reviews; Treatment of Internal Contamination; Case Review: Goiania, Brazil. University Medical Center, Las Vegas, NV (Apr)