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Dr. GroggStanley E. Grogg, D.O., FACOP, FAAP
Associate Dean of Clinical Research and Medical Director of Service Learning
Professor of Pediatrics

stanley.grogg@okstate.edu
918-561-8275

Education | Professional and Teaching Experience | Memberships in Professional Societies |Activities | Professional Study | Honors | Research Activities | Publications/Presentations |Hobbies

 

Education

2005
Certificate of Completion, Perspectives Study Program: “World Christian Movement”, U.S. Center for World Program

2002
AEC Programa de Inmersion Total de Espanol (Spanish Immersion School), Turrialba, Costa Rica

2001 
Advanced Power Point, OSU-COM

1972-1974 
Pediatric Residency, Tulsa Regional Medical Center Tulsa, Oklahoma (Formerly Oklahoma Osteopathic Hospital)

1971-1972
Internship (Rotating), Still Osteopathic Hospital, Jefferson City, Missouri

1967-1971
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, Kirksville, Mo.

1963-1967
Bachelors Degree, University of Cincinnati

Professional and Teaching Experience

 Oklahoma State University Medical Center, Tulsa, OK
(Formerly Oklahoma Osteopathic Hospital) (Formerly Tulsa Regional Medical Center)
Chief of Staff 1981-1983
Vice Chief of Staff 1979-1981
Chairman, Pediatric Department 1983-1985, 1991-1993, 2002-2003
Tulsa Regional Medical Center (TRMC) Board Member 1985-1992, 1994-1995
Post Graduate Educational Committee, 1996 – present
Chair, June 2002-2005
Executive Committee Member, 2002-2003
TRMC Physician-Hospital Organization (PHO)
Board Member 1995-1997
Contracts/Finance Committee 1995-1998
Internship Selection Committee 1985-2006
Osteopathic Founders Foundation, Tulsa, OK
Advisory Board, 1996-1998
Sponsorship Committee, 1997-1998
Life Member, 2003
American College of Osteopathic Pediatricians (ACOP)
Board of Trustees, 1994-2004
Secretary/Treasurer, 1996-1997
Vice President, 1997-2000
President, 2000-2002 
Immediate Past President, 2003-2004
Nominating Committee, 1995-1996; 1998-1999; Chair, 2006-present
Pediatric Department Chairs Council Ad Hoc Committee, 1998-1999
Advisor for Osteopathic Colleges Student’s Pediatric Clubs, 1999-2000
Alternate Liaison with AOA, 1998-1999
Liaison with AOA, 1999-2003
Chairman for Strategic Planning Committee 1999-2000
Representative for AOA Unity Campaign, 1999-2003
Finance Committee, 1999-2003; 2009
Graduate Medical Education Committee, 2002-present
Representative for Bureau of Osteopathic Specialty Societies, 2004-present
Government Relations, 2009
Clinical Reactor/Reviewer/Referee
Contemporary Pediatrics, 1991-2006
Journal of American Osteopathic Association, 1996-2006
Journal of Travel Medicine, 1999-present
Osteopathic Medicine and Primary Care, 2006-present
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma
Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, 1991-present
Pediatric Advisor, Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement, 1995
Ad Hoc Committees
Development of Otitis Media Guidelines, 1997
Development of Asthma Guidelines, 1997-1998
PacifiCare, Green Country, Tulsa, OK
Quality Assurance and Utilization Committee, 1992-1995
Foundation Health and Oklahoma Health Plan, Inc.
Quality Management Physician Advisory Committee, 1995
Preferred Pediatrics Home Health Care, Tulsa, OK
Advisory Board, 1992-2007
Oklahoma Health Care Authority, Oklahoma City, OK
Medical Advisory Committee, 1995-present
Oklahoma State Department of Health, Oklahoma City, OK
Oklahoma Coalition on Folic Acid, 1992-2002
International Medicine
Licensed CDC Yellow Fever Vaccine physician, 1984-present
Oklahoma Osteopathic Association (OOA)
President, 1988-1989
Board Member, 1983-1990
Peer Review Board Member, 1987
Past President Committee, 1990-present
Legislative Subcommittee on Immunizations, 1998
Legislative Committee, 2000-2002, 2005-present
Postgraduate Education Committee, 2003-2008
Oklahoma Educational Foundation for Osteopathic Medicine
Board Member 1989-1990
Hospital Staffs
Oklahoma State University Medical Center, Tulsa, OK
Active and Consulting Staff, 1974-present
Hillcrest Medical Center, Tulsa, OK
Active or Courtesy Staff, 1986-1996
Leave of Absence 1996-1999; 2004-present
Courtesy Staff, 1999-2004
Saint Francis Hospital, Tulsa, OK
Active and Consulting Staff 1987-2002; 2008-present
Courtesy Staff 2002-2008
Children’s Hospital Steering Committee 1995-1998
Pediatric Infectious Disease Sub-Committee, 1996
RespiGam Guidelines Committee, 1996
Post-Graduate Medical Education Quality Committee, 2003-2008
Saint John Medical Center, Tulsa, OK
Courtesy Staff, 1990-1998
Leave of Absence, 1998-present
Children’s Medical Center, Tulsa, OK
Consulting Staff, 1979-1991
Medical College Positions
Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences, Tulsa, OK
Adjunct Professor, 1974-1996
Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics, 1996-1999
Associate Professor of Pediatrics, 1999-2003
Professor of Pediatrics with Tenure, 2003-present
Committees
Curriculum Development, 1980’s
Student Admissions, 2000-present
Promotion Evaluation, 1980’s
Student Affairs, 2000-2003
Chair, 2002
Other Ad Hoc Committees as requested
Ob-Gyn Search, 2002
OMECO GME, 2001-present
Chair, 2004-2008
Research, 2003-2005; 2008-present
Faculty Senate, 2003-2008
Secretary, 2004-2005
Executive, 2004-2008
President-elect, 2005-2006
President, 2006-2007
Past-president, 2007-2008
Promotion and Tenure, 2004-present
Advisory for Clinical Research, 2007-present
IRB Subcommittee, Chair 2007-2008
Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (KCOM), Kirksville, MO
Clinical Associate Professor, 1985-present
Alumni Association, 1974-present
Oklahoma Chapter President, 1988-1989
Alumni Board, KOAA, 2000-present
President-elect, 2005-2006
President, 2006-2007
Past-President, 2007-2009
Des Moines COM, Diplomat, 2003-present
College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, Pomona, CA
Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics, 1985-present
Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine California, Vallejo, CA
Adjunct Professor, 2009-present
University of Oklahoma College of Nursing, Health Science Center, Oklahoma City, OK
Clinical Instructor, 1996-1999
University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, Tulsa, OK
Clinical Instructor Department of Pediatrics, 1989-1991
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, 1991-1996
Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics, 1996-present
American Osteopathic Association
House of Delegates Oklahoma representative, 1987-present
Ad Hoc Committee, 2002
By-Laws Committee, 2004
Committee on Educational Affairs, 2005-2008
Testified before U.S. House Commerce subcommittee on patient access to specialty 
care/appeals process of managed care, June 23, 1999
Public Affairs Committee of AOA House of Delegates, July, 1999
DO Capitol Hill Day, 1999-2006; 2009
Council on Federal Health Programs, September 24, 1999
Standard Setting Committee National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners, Inc.,
(NBOME), 1999
NBOME-PE, 2007
NBOME-COMLEX 2, 2009
Council on Federal Health Programs, April 14, 2000
AOA Ambassador Network, 1999-present
Federation of Osteopathic Specialist, member, 2001-2002
Advisory Committee of the Council of Osteopathic Specialty Societies (COSS), 2003
Bureau of Osteopathic Specialist (BOSS), formerly COSS
Member, 2004-present
Chair, 2004-2005
Bureau of Conventions, member, 2004-2008
Bureau of Education, member, 2004
Standard-Setting Consultant, NBOME, 2003; 2009
COMLEX-USA Level 2-PE, 2005, 2007
Consultant, NBOME Clinical Skills Testing
American Board of Osteopathic Examiners (AOBP), 2005-present
Pediatric Endocrine Subcommittee, 2005-2006
Liaison to CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP),
2006-present
ACIP Working Group Subcommittees
HPV, 2007-present
Rotavirus, 2007-2008
General Recommendations, 2007-present
Japanese Encephalitis, 2008-present
Oklahoma Foundation for Peer Review, Advisory Council, 1988-1990
Infectious Disease Society of America (IDSA) expert panel for updating the
clinical practice guideline on immunizations (Travel Medicine Section),
2007-2008

Memberships in Professional Societies

American Osteopathic Association
Chairman’s Club, charter member, 1999-2005
President’s Club, 2006-present
Oklahoma Osteopathic Association
President, 1988-1989
Tulsa Osteopathic Medical Society
Nominating committee, 1998-present
American Academy of Pediatrics
Section on Child Abuse and Neglect, 1997-2000
Section on International Child Health, 1999-present
Section on Osteopathic Pediatricians, 2008-present
American College of Osteopathic Pediatricians, 1974-present        
American College of Osteopathic Allergy and Immunology, 1980-present

Activities

International
International Society of Travel Medicine (ISTM), 2000-present
Rotary International, 1983-present
Sunrise Board, 1985-1986; 1994-1996
Sunrise International Director, 2000-2001
Local representative, “Be Wise Immunize”, 2005-present
Russian Medical Exchange Committee, 2006
DOCARE, 2002-present
DOCARE Guatemalan Medical Missions, 2008
OSU-CHS International Medicine Club, 2006-present
Redeemer Covenant Medical Missions, Oaxaca, Mexico, 2006
In His Image International, Conference to Kabul Medical Institute – Junior and Senior
Medical Students and Family Practice Residents and consultations in pediatrics at HOPE
Hospital, Kabul, Afghanistan, 2008
National Protective Service Task Force, HEW, SW Federal Regional Council, 1978-80
Advisory Council of Resource Center on Child Abuse and Neglect, University of Texas, 
1976-1980
Expert Panel Member, National Institutes of Health, Best Pharmaceuticals for Children
Act (BPCA), 2004-2005
Certificate of Appreciation for service 2005 hurricane season relief efforts, American Red 
Cross    
Infectious Disease Society of America (IDSA), Expert Panel Member for updating Clinical
Practice  Guideline on Immunizations, 2007
Reviewed article for publication for Osteopathic Medicine and Primary Care (OMPC), 
School Based Health Centers: A Four Year Experience, with a Focus on Reducing Student 
Exclusion Rates”, 
2009

State
Oklahoma Interagency Child Abuse Prevention, 1984-1986
Coordinating Task Force for Children with Special Health Care Needs, 1988-1992
Committee of the Governor’s Council on Children, 1989
Certified Child Abuse Examiner State of Oklahoma, 1991-2000
Oklahoma Health Care Authority Medical Advisory Committee, 1997-present
Medical Review Committee, 1997-present
Oklahoma Values Coalition, 1998
Oklahoma Coalition on Folic Acid, 1999-present
Doctor of the Day, Oklahoma State Legislature, Oklahoma City, 2001; 2007
Emergency Response Database of Physicians, 2002
Oklahoma Medical Reserve Corps, 2005-present
American Lung Association of Oklahoma
Medical Consultant, 2002-present
Field Service Committee, 2004-present
Leadership Committee, 2007-present
Scientific Advisory Committee, 2008-present
Oklahoma Immunization Advisory Committee (OIAC), 2007-present
Vice-chair, 2007-present
Special Olympics Winners Circle, 2008-present

Community Activities
Rainbow House Crisis Nursery, Tulsa, OK, Director and President, 1978-1981
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Oklahoma Chapter, Medical Advisory Board and Chairman, 
1978-1979
Children’s Protective Services, Tulsa, OK
Member, 1980-1989
Chairman, 1985-1986
Redeemer Covenant Church, Tulsa, OK, 1989-present
Missions Board, 2007-present
Muscular Dystrophy Association, Tulsa, OK, 1978-1986
Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa, OK, 1981-1996
Parents Anonymous Advisory Board, Tulsa, OK 1984-1989
Court Appointed Special Advocate Board of Directors (CASA), Tulsa, OK 1986-1991
TLC, Inc., (Ronald McDonald House) Tulsa, OK, Advisory Board, 1989-present
Tulsa Zoo Friends, Tulsa, OK, 1990-2009
Tulsa Sinfonia Patron, Tulsa, OK, 1995-2007
Family and Children’s Service, Advisory Board, Tulsa, OK, 1997-2005
Tulsa Technology Center, Facilitator, Medical Office Assistant Program, Tulsa, OK 1997
Emergency Infant Services, Inc. Tulsa, OK, Board, 1999
Provider’s Alliance of Tulsa for Children’s Health (PATCH), 1999-2007
Good Samaritan Medical Missions Van, Tulsa, OK, 2000-present
United Way
“Key Club” level for OSU-CHS, 1999-present
Member Campaign Medical Clinics, 2000; Chair, 2001
Parent Child Center of Tulsa, OK, Board, 2001-2003
Medical Advisory Committee, 2000-2006
Clinical Advisory Committee of CARELINK, Tulsa, OK, 2003-2005

Professional Study

Citizens Police Academy, Tulsa, OK, 2002
OSU-CHS Sexual Harassment Class, 2005
PALS Instructor, 2005-present
Red Cross Disaster Course, 2005
OSU-CHS Medical Spanish Course, 2005
Educational Cruise Western Africa, 2006
Disaster BLS certificate, 2007-present
Educational visit to Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, 2008
Proper Prescribing, C. Scott Anthony, DO, OSU-MC 2009
Biomedical Ethics Seminar: Professional Practice Guidelines; Values Determined by Politics or Science, 2009

Honors

McCaughan Education Fund Scholarship, KCOM, 1967
Sigma Sigma Phi Honorary Fraternity, KCOM, 1996
Psi Sigma Alpha National Osteopathic Honorary Society, 1966
Mead Johnson Fellowship Grant, 1973
PacifiCare P.R.I.D.E. Program Ovation Award, 1995
Distinguished Service Award, OOA, 1998
KCOM Distinguished Patron Lifetime Giving Award, 2008
Oklahoma Osteopathic Association’s “Physician of the Year”, 2006
OSU-CHS “Big 12 Research Fellowship”, 2008
ACOP, Harold H. Finkel, DO Pediatrician of the Year Award, 2008
Honorary Chair, Beaujolais Event, American Lung Association, 2008        

Research Activities

Clinical Research 
FDA approved Clinical Investigator, 1989-present
Certificate of Completion, Training in the Protection of Human Research Participants, 
Oklahoma State University, 2000
Certified Basic Research, Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI), 2007
Annual OSU-CHS Research Day, 2008-present
Clinical Studies
Hoffman - La Roche NR1469B:  A single-blind Randomized Comparative Study of Single Dose (IM) Ceftriaxone
and Single-Dose (IM) Benzathine Penicillin G for the Treatment of Streptococcal Pharyngitis in Children, 1992
Academy of Osteopathy in conjunction with OSU-COM: Use of Manipulative Therapy in the 
Treatment of Chronic Otitis Media in 6 Months to 3-Year-Old Children, 1997-1999
HealthCare Research Consultants: Comparative Safety and Efficacy of Cefditoren Pivoxil and 
Cefturoxime Axetil in the Treatment Of Acute Bacterial Exacerbation of Chronic Bronchitis, 1998
HealthCare Research Consultants: A Multicenter, Double-Blind, Randomized, Parallel-Group Asthma Study 
Comparing Montelukast with Placebo in 2 to 5 Year Old Patients.  Protocol No. 072-00 Periods 
I, II and III, 1998-1999 
Protocol 843-043: Double blind, randomized, placebo- controlled trial of a tablet formulation of 
Pleconaril in the treatment of viral respiratory infection in adults, 2000
FEN-USA-87: Principal Investigator, A study to assess the safety, dose conversion and titration
of Duragesic (fentanyl transdermal system) in pediatric subjects with chronic pain requiring opioid 
therapy, 2000-2002 ViroPharma Protocol 637-302: Principal Investigator. Observational Study to 
Characterize the Disease Course and Outcome of Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) in Otherwise 
Healthy Infants, 2000- 2002
ViroPharma Protocol 637-303: Principal Investigator, An Observational Study to Characterize 
the Disease Course and Outcome of Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) in High-Risk Infants and Young 
Children, 2000-2002
ViroPharma Protocol843-059: Principal Investigator. Clinical Efficacy of Pleconaril in the 
Treatment of Viral Respiratory Infections in Children 7-12 Years of Age, 2001
ViroPharma Protocol 843-061: Principal Investigator. Clinical Efficacy of Pleconaril in the 
Treatment of Viral Respiratory Infections in Children 1-6 Years of Age, 2001
Ingenix/Merck Pharmaceutical Services Protocol 006: Principal Investigator. Rotavirus Safety 
and Efficacy Study, 2001-2005
Merck Pharmaceutical MMR II Protocol 010, Principal Investigator, 2004- 2005.
AAP Safety Check, Principal Investigator, Oct. 2004-July 2005.Clinical Study Sanofi-Pasteur 
Study GRC28. Safety and immunogenicity of Fluzone Influenza Virus Vaccine (2005-2006 Formulation) 
among healthy children 6-12 weeks of age. Primary. Investigator, 2005-2007    
MedImmune, Inc: Surveillance Study, RSV testing, Principal Investigator, 2006
Astellas: Protocol: FHI 03-0-161/FG-506-06-37. Principle Investigator. APPLES; A prospective pediatric 
longitudinal evaluation to assess the long-term safety of Tacrolimus Ointment for the treatment of 
atopic dermatitis. 2006-2016 
GSK, Hib-MenCY-TT. Protocol # 103813 (Primary) 105067 (Booster). Principal Investigator. Safety and 
immunogenicity study of Hib-MenCY-TT vaccine compared to licensed Hib conjugate vaccine, each
administered at 2, 4, 6, and 15 months of age. A phase III, randomized, multinational study, 
double-blinded for the immunogenicity and consistency evaluation of 3-Hib-MenCY-TT vaccine lots 
and single-blinded and controlled for the evaluation of safety and immunogenicity of GSK Biological 
Haemophilus influenza type b and Neisseria meningitidis serogroups C and Y-tetanus toxoid conjugate 
vaccine combined (Hib-MenCY TT) compared to monovalent Hib vaccine in healthy infants at 2, 4, 6, 
and 12 to 15 months of age, 2006-present
Merck 067, Vaqta., Principal investigator. An open, randomized, multicenter study of the safety, 
tolerability and immunogenicity of Vaqta given concomitantly with ProQuad and Prevnar in healthy 
children 12 months of age, 2006-present
Merck HPV (Human Papillomavirus) Study Protocol V-501 025-Phase III for Gardasil. Principal Investigator. 
An open-label, randomized, Multicenter study of the safety, tolerability, and immunogenicity of 
Gardasil given concomitantly with Menactra and Adacel in healthy adolescents 11-17 years of age 
(Protocol No. V501-025), 2006-2007
Sanofi, Menactra MTA 44. Principal Investigator, An Immunogenicity and Safety Evaluation of Menactra 
(Meningococcal Groups A, C, Y, and W-135 Polysaccharide Diphtheria Toxoid Conjugate) given at 9 
and 12 Months of Age, 2006-present
Wyeth, (Pneumococcal) 13vPCV. Principal Investigator. A phase 3, randomized, active-controlled, 
double blind trial (6096A13005 and 6096A1-30011) evaluating the safety, tolerability, and 
immunogenicity of 3 lots of 13-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV-13) in healthy  
infants given with routine pediatric vaccinations in the United States and older children, 2007-present
MedImmune, Inc. PIV3 (MI-CP-Study 150). Principal Investigator. An expanded phase 1/2a randomized, 
double-placebo-controlled study to evaluate the safety, tolerability, immunogenicity, and viral shedding 
of blind, Medi-560, a live attenuated recombinant parainfluenza virus type 3 (PIV3) vaccine,
administered intranasally to healthy infants 1 to <12 months of age, 2007-present
GSK, MMRV-054-PRI (110058) Principal Investigator. A Phase II, Randomized, Observer Blind, Multicenter 
Study of GSK’s Combined MMRV vs ProQuad, according to a one dose schedule, both administered 
subcutaneously at 12-14 mo. of age, concomitantly with Hepatitis A vaccine and pneumococcal 
conjugate vaccine but at separate sites, 2007- present
GSK, MMR 157, Principal Investigator, 2008-present
SFH IRB #1890-07 Principal Investigator, Pilot Retrospective Chart Review Study Comparing the Cost of 
Treating Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) with Oral Versus Intravenous Medications 
in Patients from Birth through 18 Years of Age Treated as Inpatients at Saint Francis Children’s Hospital, 
Tulsa, OK from 1-04 to 9-31-07; 2008-present
MedImmune, Inc. Principal Investigator. Effect of Motavizumab Prophylaxis on Reduction of the 
Serious Early Childhood Wheezing in Preterm Infants (Agent MEDI-524). Study involves preterm 
infants born at 32-35 weeks gestational age, 2008-on hold
Merck V503-001, Principal Investigator. HPV in adult females, 2009-present
Novartis V59P21 (MenACW135), Principal Investigator. Toddlers, 2009-present
Novartis V59P23 (MenACW135), Principal Investigator. Infants, 2009-present

Publications/Presentations

Grogg, S. E., Hypoglycemia in the Neonate, Review of the Literature and Case Report.  
Journal AOA, 74:137-39; July 1975.
Grogg, S. E., Fever: A Friend Not an Enemy.  Health 29:5-7; May-June, 1976.
Grogg, S. E., Child Abuse or Not? A Differential Diagnosis. Osteopathic Medicine. 2:56, 69,106, Jan. 1977.
Grogg, S. E., Congenital Non-goitrous Hypothyroidism (Cretinism): Case Report. Osteopathic Medicine.                                                      2:83, 84, 86, Feb.1977.
Grogg, S. E. & Dunaway, D., Haemophilus Influenza Meningitis: Review and Case Report. Osteopathic                                                       Medicine, 2:40, 41, 43, March, 1977.
Grogg, S. E., Juvenile Diabetic Mellitus. Osteopathic Medicine, 2:40, 41, 43; May, 1977.
Grogg, S. E. and Yates, H., Otitis Media in Children. Osteopathic Medicine, 2:102,103,107, Nov. 1977.
Grogg, S. E. and Liedtke, C., Hypertonic Hypernatremic Dehydration; Diagnosis and Treatment".                                                                Osteopathic Medicine, 3:90, 92, 93, 94, June 1978.
Grogg, S. E. and Thomas, R. L., Hyperthyroidism in Children: Review and Report of Case. Osteopathic                                                        Medicine, 3:91-95, September 1978.
Hoff, G. L., Grogg, S. E., & Maurer, R. S., Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura in Infancy: Report of 
Case and Brief Review. Osteopathic Medicine, 3:42-45, November 1978.
Geyer, D.O., & Grogg, S. E., Neuroblastoma: Review and Report of Two Cases. Osteopathic 
Medicine, 4:31-37, March 1979.   
Trent, S.N., Grogg, S. E., & Geyer, D. E. Recklinghausen's Disease:  A Review of the Literature.                                                    Osteopathic Medicine.  4:61-64, November 1979.
Lepley, B.K., & Grogg, S. E., Congenital Cytomegalovirus Infection: Review and Report of a Case. JAOA,
83:86-88, 1984.
Say, B., Barber, N., Miller, G. C., & Grogg, S. E.  Microcephaly, Short Stature, and Developmental Delay
Associated with a Chemotactic Defect and Transient Hypogammaglobulinemia in Two Brothers.                                                      Journal of Medical Genetics, 23:355-359, 1986.
Archer, R. L., Grogg, S. E., & Sanders, S. P, Mucoepidermoid Bronchial Adenoma in a 6-year-old: A Case Report 
and Review of the Literature. Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, 94:452-454, 1987.
Grogg, S. E. & Troxler, M.,  Diagnosis and Treatment of Childhood and Adolescent Depression.  JAOA, 97:
280-285, 1997.                                     
Grogg, B. C. & Grogg, S. E., Traveling Healthy.  Hawkeye Osteopathic Journal. 15:5-7, 1997
Mahmoudi, M. & Grogg, S. E., Case & Comment, Facial and Digital Clues. Patient Care, Jan. 30:125-126,1999.
Grogg, S.E.; AOA House of Delegates Special Edition Washington Update- D.O. Testifies Before Congress to Protect 
Patients' Rights, July 1999.
Grogg, S.E., Testifying on Capitol Hill for Patients' Rights, OOA Journal, August, 1999.
Grogg, S. E., International Travel With Children. Practical Considerations, ACOP Pulse, Winter, 2000.
Shrum, K, Grogg, S.E., et.al.  Sinusitis in Children: The Importance of Diagnosis and Treatment.  
JAOA. 101-5, S8-13, May 2001.
Grogg, S. E., Grogg, B. C.,  Medical Issues of International Adoption, JAOA, 107, 481-89, 2007
Grogg, S. E., Davison, M, Vassar, M, in preparation: “Making a Difference, Results of Medical Teaching in 
Kabul, Afghanistan, 2009.

Media presentations

            Medical Minute, Channel 6 with OSU-COM, Tulsa, OK, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, July 1998
Medical Minute, Channel 6, with OSU-COM, Tulsa, OK, Allergies in Children, May 1999
Medical Minute, PBS, with OSU-COM, Tulsa, OK, Getting Children to Take Medicines, 1999
Rick Well's Show, Channel 6, Be Wise, Immunize, April 2000
KVOO Radio Station, Tulsa, OK, Treatment of VRI, August 2000
Channel 8, Tulsa, OK, Treatment of VRI, August 2000
Channel 2, Tulsa, OK, Treatment of VRI, August 2000
Channel 2, Tulsa, OK, "Common Cold Study", December 2001
Channel 2, Tulsa, OK, "Rotavirus Study, February 2002
Fox News, Tulsa, OK, "Pool Safety", June 2002
Tulsa World, Tulsa, OK, "Halloween Safety", October 2002
AOA News line, AOA Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, October, 2002
Tulsa World, Tulsa, OK, "What's New with ADHA, December, 2002
The DO Magazine, "Childhood Obesity", January, 2003
Tulsa World, Tulsa, OK, "SIDS Update", February 2003
Tulsa World, Tulsa, OK, "Overdosing Unruly Kids", March 2003
Tulsa World, Tulsa, OK, "Circumcisions, Pros and Cons", September 2003
Media Tracks Communications, (syndicated radio), "Medical Aspects of Open versus Traditional Adoption, Nov. 2003
Tulsa World, Tulsa, OK, "RSV Infection, Dec. 2003
The DO magazine, "International Adoption" article, Jan. 2003
ADDitude Magazine, "Weight Changes Associated with ADHD Medications, Jan. 2004
American Medical News, "Taking a Good Travel History", Feb. 2004
Tulsa World, Tulsa, OK, "Increase In Diabetes In Children", April 2004
Parenting Media, "Adoption", April 2004
American Medical News, "Importance of Travel History", May 2004
Pulse (ACOP), "The Rule of 3's: Defining Anemia", 2004
AOA Web Publication, "Back to School: Childhood Needlephobia", Aug.2004
Tulsa World, Stillwater News Press, KRMG, FOX News, and Channel 6, “Measles vaccine trials due at OSU facility in 
Tulsa”, January 2005 
AOA Daily Report: “Representing AOA and ACOP at the Best Pharmaceuticals for 
Children Act Drug List Prioritization Meeting in Bethesda, MD 2005
Tulsa Schools Educational Channel, "Asthma in Children", December 2005
AOA’s Health for Whole Family 2006
“Sudden Infant Death Syndrome”
“Children on Medications”
“Benefits of Breast Feeding”
“Infant Safety in Cars”
Tulsa Public Schools, Recorded for TV replay: “Difference between USA and Russian Medical Systems”, 2007
OSU-Research Vanguard Magazine, OSU Medicine’s clinical trials/ Take on Children’s Diseases 2009
ACOP’s Pulse: “Communications Messaging, “Myths, The Truth about Immunizations”, 2009

Invited presentation since January 2008

“Asthma Up Date” and “Vaccine Up Date”, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, CME 
“Toxic Child", Oklahoma Osteopathic Association CME
“Traveling Healthy”, Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine
“Immunizations for Children”, American College of Osteopathic Family Medicine
“Why DO Clinical Research”, Oklahoma State University-Medical Center
“Evaluation of Crying Child”, Oklahoma State University-CHS CME
"Childhood Asthma”, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine CME
“Acute Gastroenteritis and Pediatric Dermatology and Pediatrics Cardiac Workshop”
Kabul Institute of Medicine, Kabul, Afghanistan
“Combination Vaccines”, Ok State Health Departments, Teleconference
“Zoonosis”, Tulsa Pediatric Grand Rounds
“Pediatric Immunizations”, Cape Gerardo, MO Medical Society, CME
“Medical Mission to Afghanistan”, OSU-COM Pediatric Club
“Childhood Asthma”, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, CME
“Immunization Update”, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, CME
“Disorders NOT to Acquire While Cruising”, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine CME, San Juan, Puerto Rico
“Childhood Asthma”, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine CME, Caribbean Cruise
“History of Immunizations”, NOVA Southeastern University CME, Ft. Lauderdale
“Pediatric GI disorders”, Oklahoma University PA students
“Immunization Myths”, ACOP Annual CME, Anaheim, CA
“Asthma in Childhood and Adolescence”, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine CME, Honolulu, HI
“Immunization Up-Date”, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine CME, Honolulu, HI
“Practice-based research”, OSU-CHS Medicine Students, monthly

Speaker's Bureau 2008-2009
AstraZeneca 
GlaxoSmithKline 
Merck 
Pfizer 
Sanofi-Aventis

Pharmaceutical Advisory Boards
Merck HPV International Advisory Board 2007-present
Novartis Meningococcal International Advisory Board, 2008-present

Hobbies

  • Travel - Traveler’s Century Club having visited 136 countries
  • Reading
  • Teaching
  • Mission/Volunteer work
  • Hosting international students

 

 

 

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