At GlobalMed, we are honored to have partnerships with many of the world’s foremost authorities on medicine and biotechnology, accomplished entrepreneurs, and respected community leaders. The doctors and other professionals with whom we collaborate are known as leaders and pioneers in their respective fields, and have been recognized again and again for their consistently high level of personal and professional integrity. Members of the Advisory Board have participated in numerous scientific studies, received prestigious awards, and participated in the securing of patents for many groundbreaking products.
We are honored to work with these visionaries, who are constantly helping to redefine the role of technology in science and medicine. And perhaps more importantly, they are humanitarians who have dedicated themselves to improving the quality of life for countless people in need.
As a designer and manufacturer of leading-edge life science products, the constant input GlobalMed receives from its Advisory Board is vital to our development of innovative products that are pushing the boundaries of medicine and biotechnology and propelling both industries toward an exciting future.
Dr. Martinez has served in senior roles in academics, government and business including serving on the faculty at Emory University School of Medicine and Stanford University School of Medicine; President of Division East and Executive Vice President of Medical Affairs for the Schumacher Group, the third-largest emergency medicine practice management company, serving over 170 hospitals in 22 states with over 3000 providers and 3 million patients; and Administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 1994-1999. Dr. Martinez focuses on developing high-performing healthcare teams that deliver measurable quality care. He emphasizes teamwork, systems thinking, continuous learning and dynamic leadership.
Dr. Martinez is a nationally recognized expert in emergency care, prevention and public health policy. He has been recognized as a thought leader in the development of the Inclusive Trauma System and the emerging Integrated Networks of Emergency Care that use technology and telemedicine to redesign existing care systems.
He has been honored with national awards by the American Medical Association, the American College of Emergency Physicians, the American Trauma Society, and the National Association of EMS Physicians. Dr. Martinez was elected to the Institute of Medicine in 2004. Since 1988, Dr. Martinez has been the senior medical advisor to the National Football League for Super Bowl.
The son of American missionaries, Doctor Phil Johnson spent his childhood in the Himalayan Mountains and Sindh deserts of Pakistan where his parents focused on providing education, rural development and healthcare. His interest in healthcare grew from there and led to him pursuing a degree in medicine, which he received from Northwestern University. After an internship and residency in family practice at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center, Dr. Johnson practiced in underserved areas of Arizona for Indian Health Services. In 1992, he became a Fulbright Scholar at Aga Khan University Medical School in Karachi, Pakistan, where he set up postgraduate training programs for the university. Dr. Johnson returned to the United States in 1994 and began work as an emergency physician at Summit Healthcare Regional Medical Center in Show Low, Arizona. In 2003, he was named the hospital’s Emergency Room Medical Director and Chairman of the Emergency Department. Dr. Johnson shares his expertise with medical students at Midwestern University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Glendale, Arizona, serving as a Clinical Assistant Professor.
Dr. Johnson holds multiple certifications in advanced life support for both adults and pediatric patients. He has spoken at national and international conferences in the United States, Canada and Pakistan and is a published author of clinical literature.
His desire to provide the best care for his patients was the motive behind the founding of EMDTransfer in 2007, a cloud-based service that provides distant specialists with critical patients’ medical images. This speeds up the decision-making process as to whether a patient needs to be transferred to a hospital that provides a higher level of care or remain at the original facility. Unnecessary patient transfers add more layers of cost to the healthcare system, deprive community hospitals of needed revenue, and are an inconvenient burden to patients and their families. In late 2011, GlobalMed purchased EMDTransfer and added Dr. Johnson to its medical Advisory Board.
Dr. Silberberg is presently a Staff Radiologist at Omaha Children’s Hospital, Omaha, NE. He has served as a Clinical Associate Professor-Radiology at Creighton University and the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Dr. Silberberg has also been an Associate Professor at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital and Oregon Health Sciences University for over nine years.
Currently, Dr. Silberberg is a member of the American Board of Radiology with a certificate of Added Qualifications in Pediatric Radiology. He has been a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and a diplomat of the American Board of Radiology since 1993. Dr. Silberberg has been published in over 15 different peer reviewed journals and is a member of over eight professional societies, including the American roentgen Ray Society, the Radiologic Society of North America, the Fellow of Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, the Society for Pediatric Radiology and the Society of Computer Assisted Radiography.
Dr. Silberberg graduated from the University of the Witwatersrand Medical School, Johannesburg, South Africa. He placed 29th out of 200 on the Surgical Merit List. He served his residency, in the department of Diagnostic Radiology, from McMaster University, Ontario, Canada. Dr. Silberberg performed a fellowship in Pediatric Radiology at the Hospital for Sick Children, Ontario, Canada. Dr. Silberberg served a rotating internship at Hillbrow General Hospital, in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Dr. Coons received his Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Yale University in 1978. He received his medical degree from the University of Arizona College Of Medicine in 1983 where he also completed his pathology residency in 1987. After completing a Neuropathology fellowship at Barrow Neurological Institute in 1989, he joined the staff at Barrow has been Chief of the Section of Neuropathology since 1996.
Dr. Coons' principal research interest is in translating the results from basic research in the molecular genetics of brain tumors to clinical applications in the pathology laboratory. He also provides neuropathology support for a wide variety of projects directed by Barrow staff neurosurgeons, neurologists, residents, and fellows. Dr. Coons has published more than 20 chapters or review articles and more than 70 peer-reviewed papers related to nervous system tumors and other neurological topics.
Dr. Gerald Berry has distinguished himself in the field of pathology during the course of his career, which spans more than two decades. He earned degrees in biology and philosophy from Saint Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, and his medical degree from the University of Ottawa in Ottawa, Ontario. Dr. Berry served an internship at Ottawa General Hospital from 1985-1987, and went on to complete residencies in both anatomic and surgical pathology at Stanford University Medical Center in Stanford, Calif. After spending a year as Chief Resident in Pathology, Dr. Berry was named Clinical Instructor in Surgical Pathology at Stanford in 1988. He remains a professor of pathology there, and currently serves as the hospital’s Director of Cardiac Pathology and Associate Director of Surgical Pathology.
Dr. Berry has contributed to hundreds of abstracts and articles published in professional medical journals, covering a wide variety of topics related to pathology. He gives regular presentations at hospitals and conferences around the world, often with a special emphasis on pathology issues in heart and lung transplantation.
Dr. Daniel N. Sauder possesses a wealth of experience in a variety of areas throughout the medical field, with emphasis on dermatology. He earned a master’s degree in mathematics form York University in Toronto, Ontario, performed a dermatology residency at Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio, and served four years as a Visiting Associate at the Dermatology Branch of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland.
Dr. Sauder’s past positions include Professor and Chief of the University of Toronto Department of Dermatology, Noxell Professor and Chairman of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Senior Vice President of Clinical Development for Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories in Bridgewater, N.J., and Vice President of Clinical Development for Excaliard Pharmaceuticals. He is currently a Clinical Professor at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, as well as Staff Physician at the Princeton University Medical Center and a Dermatologist at Princeton Dermatology Associates. He is also a member of the American Melanoma Foundation, and was awarded the foundation’s Physician Recognition Award in 2005. He has worked as a consultant to several major biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies, including 3M, Amgen and Genentech.
Dr. Sauder has written hundreds of articles and clinical reviews, and gives frequent lectures on a wide variety of topics related to dermatology. He is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery, and has served on the editorial board of several major medical publications.
Marion Mac Magruder is a longtime Phoenix-area entrepreneur and a respected community leader. He became the youngest McDonald’s franchisee in the world when he opened his first restaurant in 1964 at age 23. He went on to open several more McDonald’s restaurants and served on local, regional and national Boards for the company.
Beyond his success in business, Magruder has been involved in many charitable and fundraising organizations, including the Ronald McDonald House, Crisis Pregnancy Centers, United Way and many more. He serves as Treasurer of the Barrow Neurological Institute Board, where he sees both the challenges faced by medical professionals today, and the ways technology is solving the problems faced by healthcare providers.