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CURRICULUM VITAE 
  • NAME:  MARIANNE SCHUELEIN, M. D.

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  • MARITAL STATUS:
  • Married to Ralph M. Krause, Mathematician, National Science Foundation, retired
  • Two children, Peter, born 11/5/66, and Steven, born 3/15/71

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  • EDUCATION:
  • A.B., 1955 Wellesley College
  • M.D., 1959 New York University School of Medicine

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  • INTERNSHIP:  1959-60  Yale University, Pediatrics 

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  • RESIDENCY:
  • 1960-62  Michael Reese Hospital, Pediatrics
  • 1964-67  Georgetown University Hospital, Neurology (supported by Special Fellowship awarded by the National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Blindness, National Institutes of Health)

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  • FELLOWSHIP:
  • 1962-63  Children's National Medical Center, Neurology (supported by a fellowship awarded by the Epilepsy Foundation)

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  • CURRENT POSITION:
  • Assistant Professor, Departments of Pediatrics and Neurology, Georgetown University Medical Center, 1967-

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  • PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:
  • American Academy of Neurology, Active Member 1967-1984, Fellow 1984-,  Member, Child Neurology Section
  • American Academy of Developmental Medicine and Cerebral Palsy, 1967-
  • American Academy of Pediatrics, Fellow 1965-, D.C. Chapter, Co-Chair, Committee on Women's Issues
  • American Association of Research in Nervous and Mental Diseases, 1967-
  • American Epilepsy Society, 1970-
  • Child Neurology Society, 1970-, Representative to Council of Academic Societies 1989- 
  • International Child Neurology Society, 1975-
  • Medical Society of the District of Columbia, 1967-; Member, Neurology Section, 1967-; Member, Professional Standards Committee, 1997-
  • Northern Virginia Pediatric Society, 1967-
  • Prince George-Montgomery Co. Pediatric Society, 1967-

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  • CERTIFIED BY:
  • National Board of Medical Examiners, 1960
  • American Board of Pediatrics, 1964
  • American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (Neurology) with special qualifications in Child Neurology, 1969

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  • EXAMINER FOR: The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, 1980-2001

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  • CONSULTANT TO:
  • DPT Vaccine Injury Compensation Act, 1991-
  • CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield, Peer Review, 2000-
  • USLME, 2003-
  • National Academy of Sciences, for USAID proposals, US-Israel Cooperative Development Research Program and Middle East Regional Cooperative Program, 2004-

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  • OTHER ACADEMIC APPOINTMENT:
  • George Washington University School of Medicine, Special Lecturer in Child Health and Development at Children's Hospital National Medical Center 1968-

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  • FORMER POSITIONS:
  • American Medical Women's Association; Vice President, D.C. Chapter, 1972-74; President, D.C. Chapter, 1974-76 (responsible for, through Chairman of House Ways and Means Committee, legislation allowing child care deduction for working women)
  • Prince George's-Montgomery County Pediatric Society; Secretary, 1974; Vice President, 1975; President, 1976
  • Journal of the Women's American Medical Association, Clinical Proceedings Children's Hospital, and Clinical Thermography; Member, Editorial Boards
  • Collaborative Perinatal Study of the NINDS, NIH, Consultant 1972
  • Cerebral Palsy Development Center of Northern Virginia, Consultant to and Member, Medical Advisory Board, 1972-1977
  • Epilepsy Foundation of America, D.C. Chapter, Professional Advisory Board Chairman 1977-1981
  • Mayor's Committee for Lead Elimination Action in the District of Columbia, 1981
  • Mayor's Advisory Committee, Metabolic Disorders in the District of Columbia, 1980-1989
  • Georgetown University Law School, Lecturer 1992
  • Federation of State Medical Board's Assessment Task Force Project, 1992
  • Reginald Lourie Center for Infants and Children, Board Member 1986-1994
  • National Institutes of Health, Neurology A Study Section, Grant Application Reviewer 1993-1996 
  • Medical Society of the District of Columbia, Neurology Section, Secretary-Treasurer 1978-79, Executive Committee 1987-93, Chairman 1993; Medical Ethics and Judicial Committee, 1985-92; Third Party Payor Committee, 1990-92; Delegate, House of Delegates, 1993; Classification Committee, Member 1975-95, Chairman 1981; Credentials Committee, 1995-97; Peer and Utilization Review, Arbitration Panel, 1995-97; Council on Medical Economics, 1997-98; Finance Committee, 1997-98
  • Co-Director, Symposia on Osteoporosis, 1993, 1994, 1997, 1999
  • Georgetown University Faculty Senate, 1988-1999
  • American Medical Association, Member 1994-1999
  • Easter Seal Society for Disabled Children and Adults, Consultant 1967-2000
  • The Kingsbury Center, Board Member 1992-2001
  • Board of Medicine of the District of Columbia (Licensing Board of the District of Columbia), 1988-2001, Acting Chair 2000-2001
  • Sibley Hospital, Division of Neurology, Chair 2000-2002

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  • LICENSED IN:  Maryland, Virginia, District of Columbia, California, Massachusetts 

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  • HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS:
  • Georgetown University Medical Center
  • Children's National Medical Center
  • Inova Fairfax Hospital
  • Virginia Hospital Center (formerly Arlington Hospital)
  • Prince George's Hospital Center
  • Sibley Memorial Hospital
  • Washington Hospital Center

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  • HONORS:
  • Certificate of Recognition, Muscular Dystrophy Association, Greater Washington Chapter, 1978
  • American Medical Association, Physicians Recognition Award, 1978, 1981, 1984, 1987
  • Distinguished Service Award, Epilepsy Foundation of America, Washington, D.C. Chapter, 1981
  • Newmyer Award, Sidwell Friends School, 1985
  • Georgetown University Vicennial Medal, 1987
  • Alumni Leadership Award, New York University Medical Center, October 1994
  • Presidential Certificate of Appreciation, Medical Society of the District of Columbia, November 1995
  • Featured Physician, National Medical Library, exhibit on women in medicine, October 2003

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  • BOARD MEMBER:
  • National Tuberous Sclerosis Association, 1986-
  • American Cancer Society of the District of Columbia, 1993-
  • Cosmos Club, 1994-; President 2001-2002
  • Folger Poetry Board, 2000-
  • St. John's Community Services, 2002-

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  • COMMUNITY SERVICE
  • Democratic Party Precinct Chairman, East Georgetown, Washington, D.C., 1964-66
  • Zacchaeus Clinic, Consultant 1973-1977
  • Sidwell Friends School, Member, Development Council, 1991-
  • Sidwell Friends School, Parents and Friends of Alumni, Chair 1991-93
  • Facilitator, "Angel Flight," Latvia, 1992 
  • Facilitator, Russian adoptions, 1991-present
  • New York University Medical Center, Alumni Association, Chair 1994, Regional Member-at-Large, Governing Council, 1997-

revised January 8, 2005

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