Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences
Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences

Department of Pediatrics

Faculty and Staff

Kayse M. Shrum, D.O.Kayse M. Shrum, D.O., FACOP
President, OSU Center for Health Sciences
Dean, College of Osteopathic Medicine
George Kaiser Family Foundation Chair in Medical Excellence and Service
Saint Francis Health System Endowed Chair in Pediatrics 
Professor of Pediatrics

kayse.shrum@okstate.edu

Education | Professional Experience |  Service | Program, Curriculum, Research Development | Publications, Presentations and Research | Professional Development Activities | Honors & Awards

 

Education

  • Pediatric Residency Program, Tulsa Regional Medical Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1998-2001).
  • Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, Oklahoma State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine (1998).
  • Associate of Science, Connors State College, Warner, Oklahoma (1992).

Professional Experience

2013 to Present
President, Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Dean, Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine
George Kaiser Family Foundation Chair in Medical Excellence and Service
Saint Francis Health Systems Endowed Chair and Professor of Pediatrics

Responsibilities of this position include: overall leadership and management of the College of Osteopathic Medicine and the Center for Health Sciences; provide leadership to a comprehensive federal, state, local and private capital campaign to generate the resources to fund the necessary capital improvements needed to create the academic and research capital program needs of the College/Center at the current location; maintain positive and productive relationships with state and local governments and other OSU–System entities; maintain positive and productive relationships with OSU –Tulsa staff sections tasked with providing administrative services to the College of Osteopathic Medicine and Center for Health Sciences; ensure the development and implementation of strategic planning, short-term and long-range operational plans at the College of Osteopathic Medicine and Center for Health Sciences, including programmatic plans, budgets, and capital master plans; ensure that the College of Osteopathic Medicine and Center for Health Sciences is in compliance with pertinent university, OSU Regents’, State Regents’, State of Oklahoma, Federal and accrediting agencies; policies, procedures, regulatory and statutory standards; admit new students and as appropriate confer degrees and certificates of completion to all pre-doctoral and post-doctoral students at the College of Osteopathic Medicine; as circumstances warrant and upon authorization of the OSU Board of Regents, assume responsibility for the employment, termination of employment, suspension, and appropriate titling of employees of the College of Osteopathic Medicine and Center for Health Sciences; supervise those institutional employees to whom educational, research, public service, academic support, institutional support and other major institutional functions have been delegated; inform the President, OSU, and CEO of the OSU System, and, as directed by the President, OSU, and CEO of the OSU System, inform the Board of Regents for the Agricultural and Mechanical Colleges and the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education concerning the status, needs, and accomplishments of the College of Osteopathic Medicine and Center for Health Sciences; provide leadership in the acquisition of state, federal, and private funds to deliver the programs of the College of Osteopathic Medicine and Center for Health Sciences; work effectively with the faculty, students, staff, alumni, medical profession, administration and other constituencies to foster the development and implementation of quality osteopathic medical education, research and public service programs; provide leadership, vision, and ensure partnership with the medical center to ensure exceptional learning experiences for College of Medicine students and availability of a respected graduate medical education program; engage in other activities as assigned by the President, OSU, and CEO of the OSU System, or as needed for the benefit of the College of Osteopathic Medicine and Center for Health Sciences, and/or Oklahoma State University; Provide expertise and support to the other institutions under the Board of Regents for the Agricultural and Mechanical Colleges; be committed to the “One University-Multiple Campuses” philosophy; ensure the development and implementation of strategic planning and short-term and long-range operational plans associated with all administrative and financial functions under the purview of this position including, but not limited to, programmatic plans, budgets, and capital master plans; provide leadership in creating a diverse workforce in all areas of the University, especially the administrative and health care areas; support access and economic development.

2011-March 2015
Provost, Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Dean, Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine
George Kaiser Family Foundation Chair in Medical Excellence and Service
Saint Francis Health Systems Endowed Chair and Professor of Pediatrics

Responsibilities of this position include: chief academic officer of the Center for Health Sciences (CHS) and College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM) responsible for the academic operation of the CHS and the COM; development of relationships to further the interests of academic, medical research, and service programs associated with the CHS and the COM; development and implementation of current and innovative medical school curriculum; responsible for personnel actions of faculty, and budgetary control of the COM; and development and implementation of quality osteopathic medical education, biomedical graduate education, research, and service learning programs throughout the CHS.   Provide promotion and tenure recommendations to the Provost and Senior Vice President, OSU and the President, OSU-CHS; support the education, research, and service missions of OSU-CHS, and the “One University-Multiple Campuses” philosophy; provide leadership in the acquisition of state, federal, and private funds; and maintain positive and productive relationships with various constituencies, and state and local government as directed by the President, OSU-CHS.  Admit new students, confer degrees and certificates, and as appropriate provide authorization for suspension, dismissal and leave of absence of students; ensure the COM is in compliance with pertinent policies, procedures, and regulatory and statutory standards; and ensure development and implementation of strategic planning and operational plans associated with all administrative and financial functions under the purview of this position.  Inform the President, OSU-CHS, and as directed by the President, OSU-CHS, inform the OSU A&M Board of Regents and the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education concerning the status, needs, and accomplishments of the COM and the CHS, and engaged in other activities as assigned by the President, OSU-CHS as needed.  Lead the development of a “medical home” model for health care for the entire OSU system; provide “medical home” model expertise and support to the other institutions under the OSU A&M Board of Regents and provide leadership in creating a diverse workforce in all areas of the university, especially the administrative and healthcare areas.

2009-2011
Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs, OSU Center for Health Sciences
Saint Francis Health Systems Endowed Chair of Pediatrics
Chairman, Department of Pediatrics
Professor of Pediatrics

Responsibilities of this position include:  Serving on the President’s and Dean’s Management Team, and as chief academic officer for the institution providing direct oversight of all Associate Deans and Academic Programs to include Rural Health, Clinic Operations, Biomedical Sciences, Clinical Education, Graduate Medical Education, Graduate Studies, Enrollment Management, and Clinical Research;  provide direct supervision of the Office of Education & Development, Office of Academic Affairs and Office of Medical Informatics; coordination of faculty and academic needs with fiscal affairs and human resources; oversight of Promotion & Tenure process; approval of all faculty appointments and promotions; approval of all adjunct faculty appointments; approval of faculty development programs and Faculty Senate Committee appointments; evaluate and allocate faculty resources; oversight of curriculum and curriculum evaluation, providing leadership and direction in curriculum revision, leadership for student recruitment strategies and admissions program development; final approval of medical student admissions and leave requests, handle all legal matters related to student dismissals and student grievance process; work collaboratively with Chief Financial Officer and Director of Human Resources for purposes of recruitment and promotion; provide leadership and final decision on selection of electronic medical record system for the OSU-CHS Clinic system; serve as a liaison to the President’s Office for conflict management and resolution pertaining to faculty, graduate medical education, and students; build and maintain relationships integral to the continued success of the Center for Health Sciences to include academic partners, community partners, potential donors, and legislators; generate private funds for the support of academic and clinical programs.

2004-2011
Chairman, Department of Pediatrics, Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences, Tulsa
Chairman, Department of Pediatrics

Responsibilities of this position include:  providing leadership and vision in matters related to the educational, research, and service mission of the Department of Pediatrics; serving as a liaison between the Department of Pediatrics and other College units and Colleges within the University; supervising the planning, delivery, and evaluation of the teaching programs of the Department of Pediatrics in the outpatient clinic, OSU Medical Center, and Saint Francis Children’s Hospital; approve appointments of adjunct faculty and hiring of full and part time faculty within the department; assign personnel to instructional and related activities as requested by the Senior Associate Dean; prepare and maintain departmental policies related to Promotion, Tenure, and Post Tenure Review; recommend personnel actions pertaining to acquisition, promotion and/or tenure, retention, and dismissal; conduct regularly scheduled meetings with the members of the Department of Pediatrics; serve as the final arbitrator in the event of a grievance regarding departmental matters; recommend programs for development and enrichment of the department and department personnel; prepare requests for services, space, and equipment required to reasonably carry out the functions of the department; serve on various college committees as requested; develop and encourage clinical research within the department; evaluate and establish instructional goals; represent the department on the Council of Chairs; provide oversight in the management of departmental practice plan including the distribution of earnings to physicians; development and oversight of departmental budgets; responsible for building and maintaining external relationships key to carrying out the mission and vision of the Department of Pediatrics to include academic partners, community partners, and potential donors. 

During the time I served in this capacity I developed the premier hospitalist program at Saint Francis Children’s hospital, implemented the Medical Home Model and standardized patient encounters, recruited a full pediatric subspecialty adjunct faculty, implemented the CLIPP program online curriculum and online testing,  developed and implemented the pediatric simulation lab, reorganized the pediatric clinic to improve patient satisfaction by enhancing continuity of care and facilitating better physician/ patient relationships, doubled the revenue of the pediatric practice from 2004, and personally maintained a full scope of clinical practice, including hospital, clinic, and call.

2003-2004
Assistant Residency Program Director, Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences, Tulsa, Oklahoma

As Assistant Residency Program director I attended Post Graduate education meetings at Tulsa Regional Medical Center; participated in resident annual reviews; monitored the program for integration of osteopathic principles and practices; integrated core competencies for residents and interns; evaluated residents at least annually on their proficiency in the utilization of osteopathic principles and techniques through observed clinical encounters and chart review; integrated board review activities into the residency program; advised residents on rotation selection and compliance for graduation; monitored resident logs for sufficient procedure volume and proficiency; and worked with the Office of Graduate Medical Education to ensure compliance with the American Osteopathic Association.

2002-2004
Full-time Faculty: Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Acting Chair, Pediatrics, Oklahoma State Univeristy Center for Health Sciences, Tulsa, Oklahoma

As a fulltime faculty member in the department of pediatrics I was involved in patient care while teaching medical students and residents at college ambulatory clinics, as well as the hospital inpatient service.  I presented two lectures on web based video curriculum; developed a pediatric case for Clinical Problem Solving Course; provided lectures to pediatric residents, interns, and students on pediatric service; participated in original research and numerous clinical research trials.  I served as Acting Chair of the Department of Pediatrics in 2003 while the Department Chair was on medical leave.  

I was promoted to Associate Professor with tenure in 2007 and to Full Professor in 2009.  Promotion with tenure to Associate Professor is granted by the institution after consistent performance in research, education, and service. Tenure is a life-long commitment to the faculty member and is evidence that the faculty member’s contribution is a wise investment to the University and academic unit.  Departmental Guidelines for Promotion and Tenure are based on research and innovation, education, and service. 

2001-2002
Private Practice, Muskogee Children's Clinic, Muskogee, Oklahoma

I maintained a full scope of pediatric practice to include newborn and pediatric patients and direct patient care in the outpatient clinic and hospital. I attended high risk deliveries and was responded for pediatric emergencies and codes in the ER. In addition, I was responsible for supervision of office staff and billing and collections, adjunct clinical faculty, and served as a preceptor for OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Service

Institutional:
Institutional Review Board-member 2002-2003
Interdisciplinary Research Group - member
Acting Chairman of the Department of Pediatrics August 2003
Faculty Affairs Committee 2003-2006
Faculty Affairs Committee – Chairman 2004-2006
Academic Standards Committee-member 2004-2006
Participated in the revision of the Academic Standards Handbook
Strategic Planning Council – Co Chairman 2003-2004
Interim Pediatric Department Chairman June 2004
Co Course Coordinator Health Promotion Disease Prevention
Vice Chairman Department of Pediatrics, OSU Medical Center 2005-2009
Search Committee for Associate Dean of Clinical Education- member
Search Committee for Director of Office of Education and Development- member
Search Committee for Emergency Medicine Faculty- member
Prospective Student Interviewer 2005-2008
Selection Committee-Regents Outstanding Research Award- member
Council of Chairs- June 2005
Sub-committee on Indirect Medical Education Distribution Planning- member
OSU Physicians Practice Plan Board- member 2005
OSU Medical Center Board- member 2006-2008
OSU Provost Council –member 2011-present
OSU President’s Council –member 2011- present
OSU Medical Authority –board member 2013-present
OSU Medical Trust –Trustee 2013-present
Sub-committee on OSU Medical Center Physician Recruitment- Chair
Sub-committee on Clinical Track Faculty Promotion Guidelines
Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs 7/09 - 1/11
Saint Francis Children’s Hospital Graduate Medical Education Committee
Saint Francis Children’s Hospital Search Committee for Pediatric Neurologist
Saint Francis Children’s Hospital Search Committee for Pediatric Intensivist
Saint Francis Children’s Hospital Search Committee for Pediatric Nephrologist
Saint Francis Children’s Hospital Search Committee for Pediatric Cardiovascular Surgeon

National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners:
Part II Item Writer 2001-2007
Part III Item Writer
COMLEX Physical Exam Standard Setting Committee- 2009

American Osteopathic Board of Pediatrics Trustee-2007 present

Chairman 2013-present
Job Task Analysis Expert Panel- member
Item Reviewer 2007- present
Continuous Osteopathic Certification-Growth & Development Expert Panel-member
Adolescent Medicine Recertification Exam Committee- Chair- 2011-2013

American Osteopathic Association:
Competency Based learning Conference 2002
House of Delegates-Summer 2000 Chicago Illinois
House of Delegates 2009 Chicago Illinois
House of Delegates 2010 Chicago Illinois
House of Delegates 2011 Chicago Illinois
House of Delegates 2011 Chicago Illinois
House of Delegates 2012 Chicago Illinois
House of Delegates 2013 Chicago Illinois
House of Delegates 2014 Chicago Illinois
Bureau of Osteopathic Specialist-member
Bureau of Osteopathic Graduate Medical Education

American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine
Board of Deans- Member- 2011-present

Oklahoma Osteopathic Association Trustee 2008-present
Member 2001-present
Legislative Committee 2002-2003
Post Graduate Education Committee 2003-2005
Oklahoma State Genetics Board-member 2002- present
OOA Board of Trustees- Member-2008-present
Bureau on Membership- member
House of Delegates 2009- Alternate
Physician Grievance Committee-member 2009-2010
Bureau of Member Services- Chair- 2010-2011
Bureau on Postgraduate Education- Chair- 2011-2012
Bureau on New Physicians- Chair- 2011-2012
Bureau on Membership- committee member- 2011-2012
Bureau on Continuing Medical Education- committee member- 2011-2012
Bureau on Constitution & Bylaws- committee member- 2011-2012
Bureau on Continuing Medical Education – Chair – 2012-2013
Bureau on New Physicians – Vice-chair – 2012-2013
Bureau on Public Awareness – committee member – 2012-2013
Physician Health & Recovery Committee – Chair – 2013-2014
Bureau on Constitution & Bylaws – Chair – 2013-2015
Bureau on Legislation – committee member – 2013-2015
Oklahoma Delegation to the American Osteopathic Association 2014-2015
Bureau on Public Awareness – Chair – 2014-2015
Bureau on Finance - 2014-2015
Bureau on Constitution & Bylaws- committee member- 2014-2015

Community:
Tulsa Coalition for Children’s Health Board- member 2004- present
Saint Francis Children’s Hospital Medical Executive Committee- member 2006- 2009
OSU Medical Center Board of Trustees- 2006-2008
Ronald McDonald House Charities Board of Directors- 2006-2009
Oklahoma Medical Reserve Corps. 2005- 2009
Tulsa Osteopathic Medical Society- member
Tulsa County Medical Society- Board member- 2011- present
Oklahoma State University Medical Authority member-2013-present
Oklahoma State University Medical Trust- Trustee 2013-present

Program, Curriculum, Research Development

  • Realignment of research reporting structure to Chief Academic Officer
  • Developing strategic plan and initiatives to reallocate faculty resources, increase translational research, and expand graduate programs
  • Leading development of an innovative experiential based curriculum which includes early clinical experience and team based teaching from biomedical, behavioral, and clinical faculty
  • Instituted early clinical experience and reflection in Health Promotion Diseases Prevention Course
  • Developed Partners in Professionalism to be introduced to 1st year students in collaboration with Clinical Education and the Examiners Board
  • Initiated the development of Service Based Learning on the OSU-CHS Campus
  • Developed Rural Health Primary Care Early Admissions Program with OSU College of Agriculture and Natural Resources and OSU Tulsa
  • Developed a strategic admission plan to increase our applicant pool and increase the number of physicians practicing in rural Oklahoma
  • Implemented the COMLEX shelf exams on all required rotations to track student preparation for licensure board exams and evaluate the quality of the clerkship sites in preparing the students for Part 2 Boards
  • Reinstituted Career Development Program and created an Academic Skills Counselor  
  • Leading the implementation of a new software program that will give OSU-CHS the capability to track students’ grades, competencies, and build individual student portfolios
  • Created the Executive Committee on Educational Policy, Curriculum, and Oversight to foster communication and cooperation across academic units to improve educational policy, curriculum and student oversight
  • Created the Executive Committee on Educational Enhancement to foster communication and cooperation to cultivate the learning environment to build a community of shared resources and opportunities that enhance educational endeavors across the OSU-CHS system
  • Instituted online didactic programs in all core rotations to provide an equal didactic experience to all students on their clerkship regardless of site, and to ensure adequate preparation for Part 2 Boards 
  • Implementing a formal faculty development program at OSU-CHS
  • Completed implementation of a class size increase at OSU-COM from 88 to 115 students
  • Implementing Curriculum Revision
  • Obtained HRSA Funding for 6 Teaching Health Center grants
  • Implemented the Primary Care Rural Medical Track
  • Increased Graduate Medical Education opportunities in Oklahoma
  • Obtained funding for rural residency development from the Oklahoma Legislature
  • Increased Dean’s GME funding
  • Implemented outreach programs such as Operation Orange, Blue Coat to White Coat and Native American Tribal Relations to promote the primary care physician pipeline

Publications, Presentations and Research

  • Pediatric Sinusitis: The Importance of Diagnosis and Treatment. Journal of the American Osteopathic Association-May 2001 Supplemental
  • OSU Vanguard Journal Highlighted and cited in article as Chair of Pediatrics-Clinical Research
  • Common Pediatric Illnesses and What You Can Do At Home From the Perspective of “Dr. Mom” March 2004, Mom’s In Motion, Saint John’s Medical Center
  • Pediatric Development Birth to Age Two, Oklahoma State University-College of Osteopathic Medicine, September 2002
  • Neonatal Sepsis, Oklahoma State University –College of Osteopathic Medicine, Video Lecture Series-2002-Present
  • Fluids and Electrolytes, Oklahoma State University-College of Osteopathic Medicine, Video Lecture Series 2002-present
  • Common After Hours Calls, Oklahoma State College of Osteopathic Medicine, Academic Afternoon- 2006
  • Summertime Safety, Tulsa Public Schools Education Television Station-Channel 20, Spring 2005
  • Pool Safety, Summer 2001, Fox 23 News
  • Protein C&S Deficiency-Case Report, Poster Presentation- ACOP Convention Fall 2004
  • Transition Clinic Model For Special Needs Adolescent & Children AAP/ACOP Spring Convention-2007
  • Assisted Deliveries As A Risk for Otitis Media in the First Two Years of Life, Oklahoma State University-Center for Health Sciences, Poster Presentation-Research Day, February 2006
  • Prebiotics in Infant Formula, Abbott Nutrition Speaker Bureau
  • Prebiotics & Probiotics In Infant Health & Nutrition, OSU-COM Primary Care Update, 2008
  • Tulsa World. COM Interviews, Interviewed regarding various pediatric illnesses and safety issues, 2002-present
  • HPV Vaccine & Vaccine Safety, OOA Annual Convention, 2009
  • Pediatric Respiratory Emergencies, OOA Summer Seminar, 2010
  • How Your Learning Style AffectsYour Teaching Style-ACOP, San Francisco
  • Clinical Study: ViroPharma Protocol 637-302, Sub Investigator, An Observational Study to Characterize the Disease Course and Outcome of Respiratory Syncytial Virus Nov. 2000-2001
  • Clinical Study: ViroPharma Protocol 637-303, Sub Investigator, An Observational Study to Characterize the Disease Course and Outcome of Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) in High-Risk Infants and Young Children, Nov. 2000-2001
  • Clinical Study: Merck Research Laboratories Protocol 006-00, Sub Investigator, Rotavirus Safety and Efficacy Study, April 2002-present
  • Clinical Study:  Merck Research Laboratories Protocol 010-00, Sub-Investigator, A Comparison of the Safety, Tolerability, and Immunogenicity of MMR II Manufactured from the 2003 Measles Stock Seeds with Recombinant Human Albumin (rHA) Versus Currently Licensed M-M-R II Manufactured from the 1967 Measles Stock Seeds With Human Serum Albumin (HAS) in Healthy Children 12 to 18 months of Age.
  • The Safety Check Study, American Academy of Pediatrics and Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Co-Investigator  
  • Preliminary Investigation of the Nutrition Education Component of a Proposed Multidisciplinary Wellness Program for Overweight Adolescents In a Medically Underserved Population, Sub Investigator- Pending IRB Approval
  • Clinical Study:  Sanofi-Pasteur Study GRC28, Subinvestigator, Efficacy of Fluzone 2 to 6 Months of Age, October 2005-February 2006
  • Clinical Study: GSK, subinvestigator, Efficacy of Combination Hib-MenCY-TT009/010,2006
  • Clinical Study: Merck Pharmaceuticals, Human Pappillomavirus Vaccine Study(HPV)-Phase III for Gardisil, 2006
  • Clinical Study:  APPLES: A Prospective Pediatric Longitudinal Evaluation To Assess The Long-Term Safety Of Tacrolimus Ointment For The Treatment of Atopic Dermatitis
  • Clinical Study: An Open, Randomized, Multi-Center Study of the Safety, Tolerability, and Immunogenicity of VAQTA Given Concomittantly with ProQuad and Prevnar in Healthy Children 12 Months of Age
  • Assisted Deliveries as a Risk Factor for Acute Otitis Media in the First Year of Life,  Primary Investigator-in preparation for submission to IRB
  • Clinical Study-Subinvestigator: An Expanded Phase 1/2a Randomized, Double Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study to Evaluate the Safety, Tolerability, Immunogenicity, and Viral Shedding of MEDI-560, A Live Attenuated Recombinant Parainfluenza Virus Type 3 (PIV3) Vaccine, Administered Intranasally to Healthy Infants 1to <12 months of Age
  • Clinical Study-Subinvestigator: Open-label, Randomized, Multi-Center Study to Evaluate the Safety, Tolerability and Immunogenicity of VAQTA Given Concommitantly With PedvaxHIB and Infanrix in Healthy Children Aged 15 Months of Age
  • Clinical Study- Subinvestigator: A Phase 3 Open-Label, Randomized, Multi-Center Study to Evaluate the Safety and Immunogenocity of ProQuad Vaccine When Administered Concommitantly with Novartis Meningococcal ACWY Conjugate Vaccine to Healthy Toddlers
  • Clinical Study-Subinvestigator: A Phase 3, Open-Label Trial Evaluating the Safety, Tolerability, and Immunogenicity of  13-Valent Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine in Healthy Children Aged 15 Months to 17 Years in the United States
  • Clinical Study-Subinvestigator: A Randomized, Single-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Phase 2 Trial of the Safety, Immunogenicity, and Tolerability of Meningiococcal Serogroup B (MnB) rLP2086 Vaccine at Doses of 60 micrograms, and 200 micrograms in Healthy Adolescents Aged 11 to 18 Years
  • Clinical Study-Subinvestigator: A Phase 3b, Open-Label, Randomized, Parallel-Group, Multi-Center Study to Evaluate the Safety of Novartis MenACWY Conjugate Vaccine when Administered with Routine Infant Vaccinations to Healthy Infants
  • Clinical Study-Subinvestigators:  A Phase II, Randomized, Observer-Blind Controlled Multicenter Study to Assess Immunogenocity and Antibody Persistence Following Vaccination with GSK’s Candidate Combined Measles, Mumps, Rubella Vaccine (MMR) Versus MMR II According to a One-Dose Schedule, Both Administered Subcutaneously at 12-15 Months of Age, Concomitantly with Hepatitis A Vaccine (HAV), Varicella Vaccine (VV), and Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine (PVC) but at Separate Sites
  • Clinical Study-Subinvestigator:   A Phase 3, Randomized, Active-Controlled, Double-Blind Trial Evaluating the Safety, Tolerability, and Immunogenicity of 3 Lots of 13-Valent Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine in Healthy Infants with Routine Pediatric Vaccinations in the United States
  • Clinical Study-Subinvestigator MedImmune Protocol MI-CP147: A Phase 1/2a, Randomized, Double-Blinded, Placebo-Controlled Study to Evaluate the Safety, Tolerability, Immunogenicity, and Viral Shedding of MEDI-559, a Live Attenuated Intanasal Syncytial Virus in Healthy 1 to <12 Month Old Children
  • Clinical Study-Sub Investigator MediImmune Protocol MI-MA213: The REPORT Study: An Observational Prospective Study to Assess Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) Respiratory Events Among Premature Infants (32 to 35 Weeks Gestational Age)-Outcomes and Risk Tracking Study
  • Clinical Study Subinvestigator GSK Protocol HIB-097 (112957): Partially double blind study to evaluate consistency and immunogenicity of 3 lots of GSK Biologicals Hib vaccine 208108 versus ActHIB and Penatacel at 2,4,6,and 15-18 months of age in healthy infants
  • Clinical Study Sub Investigator GSK Protocol TOC110978: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Double Dummy, Comparative, Multicenter Study to Assess the Safety and Efficacy of Topical Retapamulin Ointment, 1% versus Oral Linezolid in the Treatment of Secondarily-Infected Traumatic Lesions and Impetigo Due to Methacillin- Resistant Staphylococcus aureus
  • Clinical Study-SubinvestigatorGSK Protocol MMRV-054 PRI: A Phase 2, Randomized, Observer Blind, Multicenter Study of GlaxoSmith Kline Biological’s Combined Measles-Mumps-Rubella-Varicella (MMRV) versus ProQuad, According to a One Dose Schedule, Both Administered Subcutaneously at 12-14 Months of Age, Concommitantly with Hepatitis A Vaccine (HAV) and Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine(PVC) but at Separate Sites   
  • Sarah Jane Pediatric Brain Injury-Regional Lead Center- PI selected for $3 million dollar grant
  • Pfizer Investigator Initiated-Co Primary Investigator Protocol: Analysis of Resource Utilization in High Risk Pediatric Patients in Methicillin-Resistent Staphylococcus aureus at the Children’s Hospital of St. Francis in Tulsa, Oklahoma- funded by Pfizer
  • The Impact of Linezolid versus Vancomycin on Resource Utilization among Pediatric Hospital Acquired Pneumonia Patients with Resistant Gram Positive Bacteria.  Jaime G. Deville M.D., Jeffery J. Bergman D.O., Ozlem Equils M.D., Verna L. Welch Ph.D., Kayse Shrum D.O., Mark Bounthavong, Stanley Grogg D.O., American Thoracic Society International Conference. New Orleans, LA. May, 2010 Poster Presentation.
  • Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) Infections in Complex Pediatric Patients.  Jeffery J. Bergman D.O., Kayse Shrum D.O., Verna Welch Ph.D., Natalie Dick D.O., Nicole Willis D.O., Stanley Grogg D.O., Oklahoma State Univerisity College of Health Sciences Research Symposium.  Tulsa, OK. February 2010 Oral Presentation.
  • The Clinical Characteristics of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) Infections in Complcated Pediatric Patients.  Jeffery J. Bergman D.O., Kayse Shrum D.O., Verna Welch Ph.D., Natalie Dick D.O., Nicole Willis D.O., Stanley Grogg D.O., American Academy of Pediatrics Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. October 2010.
  • Differences Among High-Risk (HR) and Non-High-Risk (NHR) Pediatric Patients with Pneumonia Caused by Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). Laura A. Puzniak Ph.D., M.P.H., Jeffery J. Bergman D.O., Verna L. Welch Ph.D., Charles Thompson M.D., Kayse Shrum D.O., Stanley Grogg D.O., Infectious Diseases Society of America, Vancouver, Canada. Abstract submitted and approved for meeting October 2010.
  • Skin and Skin Structure Infections (SSSI) Caused by Methicillian Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) Among High-Risk (HR) and Non-High-Risk (NHR) Pediatric Patients. Laura A. Puzniak Ph.D., M.P.H., Jeffery J. Bergman D.O., Verna L. Welch Ph.D., Charles Thompson M.D., Kayse Shrum D.O., Stanley Grogg D.O., Infectious Diseases Society of America, Vancouver, Canada. Abstract submitted and approved for meeting October 2010.
  • Resource Utilization in Pediatric Patients Treated with Linezolid or Vancomycin for Hospital Acquired Pneumonia Caused by Resistant Gram Positive Bacteria.  Jaime G. Deville M.D., Jeffery J. Bergman D.O., Ozlem Equils M.D., Verna L. Welch Ph.D., Kayse Shrum D.O., Mark Bounthavong, Stanley Grogg D.O., 48th Annual Meeting Infectious Disease Society of America, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Poster Presentation October 2010
  • Resource Utilization Among Pediatric Patients Treated with Linezolid or Vancomycin for Hospital-Acquired Pneumonia Caused by Resistant Gram-Positive Bacteria.  Jaime G. Deville M.D., Jeffery J. Bergman D.O., Ozlem Equils M.D., Verna L. Welch Ph.D., Kayse Shrum D.O., Mark Bounthavong, Stanley Grogg D.O., manuscript accepted, Clinical TherapeuticsI-December 2010
  • The New Media and the Acceleration of Medical Education. James Hess Ed.D, and Kayse Shrum D.O., article published, On The Horizon, Vol. 19, Issue 4, October 2011

Professional Development Activities

  • RRC-Annual Pediatric Program Directors Conference-2003
  • Competency Based Medical Education Conference-2003
  • RRC Professional Development Seminar-2003
  • AOA/ACOP Annual Convention-2003
  • Mississippi 24th Annual Convention-2005
  • OSU Research Conference-2006
  • Seminar: How to Get Your Research Funded-2006
  • AOA/ACOP Annual Convention-2006
  • Seminar: Power Point Presentations-2004
  • Osteopathic Collaborative Clinical Trials Initiatives Conference-2007
  • CITI Training
  • Serious Adverse Event Reporting- GSK certificate of completion
  • Patient Diversity in US Clinical Trials -GSK certificate of completion
  • IntraLinks Training for Investigators/Subinvestigators-GSK certificate of completion
  • Good Clinical Practice and Investigator Responsibilities-GSK certificate of completion
  • Clinical Monitoring and Study Conduct Overview-GSK certificate of completion
  • Monitoring the Medical Educator COMSEP Annual Meeting- Spring 2007
  • ACOP/AAP CME-2007
  • AOA/ACOP Annual Convention-2007
  • NACHRI & N.A.C.H. Annual Convention –Spring Convention
  • Osteopathic Collaborative Clinical Trials Initiatives Conference-Spring 2007
  • Research Opportunities in Osteopathic Manipulation: Training Our Residents & Undergraduates Now, American College Of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Research Conference-Spring 2007
  • AOA/ACOP Annual Convention-2008
  • ACOP Spring CME-2008
  • ACOP Spring CME-2009
  • DO Day On The Hill-2009
  • AOA/ACOP Annual Convention-2009
  • Oklahoma Economic Summit on Early Childhood Investment-2009
  • Osteopathic Medical Education Leadership Conference-2010
  • ACOP Spring CME-2010
  • AOA/ ACOP Annual Convention- 2010
  • ACOP Spring CME 2011
  • OOA Annual Convention 2011
  • AOA/ ACOP Annual Convention 2011
  • COCA Standards Forum 2012
  • DO Day On The Hill-2012
  • COCA Committee on College Accreditation Training 2012
  • AACOM Annual Meeting 2012
  • OOA Annual Convention 2012
  • OSU Alumni Association Spring Fling 2012
  • COCA Standards Forum 2013
  • OOA Annual Convention 2013
  • ACOP Annual Meeting 2013
  • OOA Annual Convention 2014
  • AACOM Annual Convention 2014

Honors and Awards

Professional:
Rookie Physician of the Year 2001
Saint Francis Health Systems Endowed Chair of Pediatrics
George Kaiser Family Foundation Chair in Medical Excellence and Service
Tulsa Mayor’s Commission on the Status of Women–Pinnacle Award–Health 2012
Oklahoma Magazine’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2012
Honorary State FFA Degree of the Oklahoma FFA Association-2013
Outstanding & Distinguished Service Award 2014

Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine:
Deans Honor Roll
Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
Janet M. Glasgow Academic Achievement Citation
Sigma Sigma Phi Honor Society

University of Arkansas:
Golden Key Honor Society
Arkansas Alpha Epsilon Delta (Pre-Med Honor Society)

Northeastern State University:
Community College Connections Scholarship-Academics and Leadership

Connors State College:
Athletic Scholarship-Women’s Fast Pitch Softball
Provost and Dean’s Honor Roll
Who’s Who in American Junior Colleges
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
Distinguished Academic All American
Athletic Hall of Fame 2013

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