Dr. William Minogue is the senior vice president for medical affairs at Suburban Hospital.
Dr. Minogue has devoted his career to medical education, quality assurance and improvement, and hospital management. He started out in private practice of internal medicine and cardiology. He then served for 10 years as EMS medical director for New Jersey, and authored paramedic legislation for that state. From 1985 to 1992, he was chief of staff at George Washington University Hospital, and then served for two years as vice president for clinical affairs for the Bon Secours Health System.
Dr. Minogue was a founder of the Washington Regional Transplant Consortium
and is presently a member of its Board of Trustees. Governor Glendening
recently appointed him to a Maryland State Commission on Organ and Tissue
She joined NINDS in 1982, and from 1983 to 1988 was the deputy to the
clinical director for clinical consultations. In mid-1987, Dr. Wichman became
acting chief of the Bioethics Program for the Clinical Center and the next
year was appointed chief. In 1992 she became director of education in the
Office of Human Subjects Research, and was made deputy director of that
office in mid-1996. Dr. Wichman lectures frequently on ethical issues in
research and medicine. T
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