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          "Curriculum Vitae of Dr. Gary Randolph Davis" Professor Gary Randolph Davis,

M.D. Captain MC, USNR (Retired) Born: 1951, Tacoma, Washington, U.S.A. Resides:

Moved  to Tulsa Oklahoma as an infant where he was raised and currently resides.

Nationality: African-Indian American, Citizen of the United States America. Education:

High School

Graduate, 1969, Booker T. Washington High School, Tulsa, Oklahoma; with multiple

honors. College Graduate, 1974, Northeastern State University, Talequah, Oklahoma.

Double major in Chemistry and Mathematics; with many academic honors. Medical

School Graduate, 1977, Dartmouth Medical School; with honors. Internship, 1977-1978,

The National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland; general surgery. Residency,

1979-1982, The Naval Regional Medical Center; family medicine. Graduate of The

United States Marine Corps Field Medical School, 1978, Camp Lejune, North Carolina.

Senior Medical Officer for Fleet Hospital, Camp Pendleton, California, 1988-2000

Appointed head of postgraduate medical education for family practice 1983-1984,

Uniform Services School of Health and Science, The National Naval Center, Meritorious

Teaching Award for teaching excellence in medicine and surgery. Appointed Senior

Medical Officer, 1983-1984, The Naval Nuclear Weapons Station, Goose Creek, South

Carolina. Appointed Senior Medical Officer over United States Marine Corps and United

Stated Navy, 1984-1999, Reserve Center, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Started Private

family practice, 1984-2000, Tulsa, Oklahoma.Began HIV research in 1992.BB:7075

produced for the first time on the campus of Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, Alabama,

1996.Stopped HIV viral cell fusion with live human cell CD4 cell on the campus of the

University of Alabama, Birmingham, Alabama, with 6 week post immunized goat serum

with HIV, 1996.Applied for Phase I clinical trial with United States Food and Drug

Administration, 1996-1997. Clinical trial placed on hold secondary to FDA wanting more

information in the form of 18 questions, all of which were answered; but no reply. Only to

be followed by 24 additional questions, all of which were also answered; again there was

no reply from the FDA.To this date the AIDS project in the USA has remained in a

perpetual clinical hold status.Stopped medical practice in Tulsa and retired from the

United States Naval Reserve as a full Captain, 2000. Begun full-time medical Clinical

Scientific Research until present. BB:7075 approved for clinical trial and production in

Tanzania, 2001. BB:7075 approved for clinical trial and production in Malawi, 2001.

BB:7075 approved for clinical trial and production in the Republic of Cote d’Ivoire;

clinical trial protocol approved by Minister of Health and Minister of AIDS, Minister of

Education and Research and Ethic Committee. Military: Commissioned, Ensign, United

States Navy Commissioned, Lieutenant, United States Navy Commissioned, Lieutenant

Commander, United States Navy Commissioned, Commander, United States Navy

Commissioned, Captain, United States Navy Retired, Captain, United States Navy,

2000 Meritorious Service Medal Awards: American Academy of Family Physicians

Teacher's Recognition Award Sickle Cell Foundation Outstanding Service

AwardConcluded full Governmental clinical trial, with success, 2003-2004, Republic of

Cote d’Ivoire.

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