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Lee Crandall Park, M.D.
Veritas, Vos, Liberabit
(The truth shall make you free)
— motto of Johns Hopkins University


Lux et Veritas
(Light and truth)

— motto of Yale University

Lee Crandall Park, M.D.
Aequanimitas
Sir William Osler,
Knighted in 1911

CURRICULUM VITAE
Updated August 2002
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EDUCATION:

1944
Grad. Putney Preparatory School, Putney, VT.
1948
B.S., Yale University (Zoology; Dean's List).
1952
M.D, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (lst Third of Class).
1952-1953
Intern in Medicine, Osler Service, Johns Hopkins Hospital.
1953-1955
Medical Officer, USNR: 10 mos. Battalion Surgeon; 10 mos. Psychiatric Residency and Hospital Staff Psychiatrist; 4 mos. Division Psychiatrist lst Marine Division Korea. (Letter of Appreciation, Commanding Officer, "Outstanding Performance of Duty".)
1955-1959
Psychiatric Residency Training, Henry Phipps Psychiatric Clinic, Johns Hopkins Hosp. (Psychoanalysis, 1959-1963.)
1955-1959
Fellow in Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins University.

Diplomate National Board of Medical Examiners (1956). Licensed Maryland (1957) and California (1960).
Certified by American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in Psychiatry (l960).

POSITIONS:

1955-l959
Asst. Psychiatrist, Department of Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins Hospital.
1959-
Staff, Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Johns Hopkins Hospital.
1959-l97l
Instructor to Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University.
1971-
Associate Professor of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University.
1960-l961
Visiting Psychiatrist, Baltimore City Hospitals.
1961-1963
Consultant, Metropolitan Baltimore Assn. for Mental Hlth., Inc. (Work Experience Program).
1961-1973
Physician in charge of Psychiatric Services, Student Health Service, Johns Hopkins University.
1964-l981
Psychiatric Consultant, Office of Disability Programs, Social Security Administration.
1964 -
Private Practice of Psychiatry (Individual, Group, Marital, Family Therapy; Adolescents, Adults.)
1966-1973
Attending Staff, Seton Psychiatric Institute. (Executive Coordinating Board l970 -l973).
1970-
Staff (Associate to Honorary), Department of Medicine, Johns Hopkins Hospital.
1972-1974
Director, Psychiatric Outpt. Services & Community Psych. Program, Johns Hopkins Hosp.
1974-l976
Departmental Council, Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Johns Hopkins Hosp.
1974-
Courtesy Staff and Preferred Psychiatrist Affiliate, Dept. of Psychiatry and Medicine, Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hosp.
1981-1986
Clinical Faculty in the Dept. of Psychology and in the Counseling and Psychiatric Services, Homewood Faculties, Johns Hopkins University.

MEMBER:

- American Psychiatric Association (Distinguished Life Fellow)(Assembly l983-1993).
- American Medical Association. (Life Member)
- American Psychosomatic Society.
- American and Maryland Societies for Adolescent Psychiatry.
- Society for Psychotherapy Research and N. Amer. Soc. for Psychotherapy Research.
- International Society for the Study of the Personality Disorders.
- American College of Neuropsychopharmacology.
- American and Maryland Associations of Private Practice Psychiatrists.
- American Association for the Advancement of Science (Life Fellow).
- National Association of Scholars
- American Association of University Professors.
- Maryland Psychiatric Society (President l978-1979).
- Maryland Foundation for Psychiatry (President 2000- ).
- Maryland Interdisciplinary Council for Children and Adolescents (1978-1998; Treasurer 1980-1987;
- Membership Committee l981-1984; Declined presidency due to time limitations).
- Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland.
- Maryland Society for Medical Research (Life Member).
- Maryland Group Therapy Network (defunct)
- New York Academy of Sciences.
- Baltimore City and Baltimore County Medical Societies.
- Mental Health Assn. of Maryland.
- Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association.
- Alumni and Friends Association, Institute of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, University of Maryland.
- Seton Psychiatric Institute Associates (defunct).
- Phi Beta Pi Medical Fraternity (defunct).
- L.S.B. Leakey Foundation

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