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Dr. Marcus Lynn Black, M.D., F.A.C.P.
Crescent City Research Consortium, LLC
1111 Medical Center Blvd., Ste. N701 Marrero, LA 70072

Crescent City Hematology & Oncology
4213 Saxon St., Suite 101 Metairie, LA 70006
Office Phone: (504) 373-5433

Home Address: 5541 Janice Avenue Kenner, La 70065
(504) 455-3543

Education:

Georgia Southern College, Statesboro, Georgia B.S. in Chemistry, summa cum laude 1971
Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia Doctor of Medicine 1975
Emory University Affiliated Hospitals, Atlanta, Georgia Straight Medical Internship 1975– 1976
Emory University Affiliated Hospitals, Atlanta, Georgia Internal Medicine Residency 1976-1978
Emory University Affiliated Hospitals, Atlanta, Georgia Fellowship, Hematology-Oncology 1978-1980

Professional Appointments:

Research Assistant in Clinical Chemistry National Center for Disease Control Atlanta, Georgia June 1973-September 1973
Clinical Preceptorship in Anesthesiology Veterans Administration Hospital Atlanta, Georgia June 1973-September 1973
Emergency Medical Staff Forsyth County Hospital Cummings, Georgia September 1977-1980
Active Medical Staff Bulloch Memorial Hospital 7/1/80-7/1/82
Advisory Board 10/1/80 - 1/1/81 (continued) Board of Directors 1/1/82 - 7/1/82 Ogeechee Home Health Care Agency
Active Medical Staff East Jefferson General Hospital Metairie, Louisiana 70006

Professional Associations:

Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society American Medical Association Medical Association of Georgia First District Medical Society, Secretary 4/81-4/82

Southern Medical Association Professional Associations: Ogeechee River Medical Society, President 1/81-12/81 (continued) American Cancer Society, 1980-1982

Chairman Professional Education Committee Bulloch County Chapter Medical Vice President American Society of Clinical Oncology, 1982–present

Emory University Medical Alumni Association Louisiana Medical Society Jefferson Parish Medical Society Leukemia Society of America Board of Trustees Louisiana Chapter, 1987-1990

Hospice New Orleans Board of Directors, 1986-1990

New Orleans Oncology Society Louisiana Oncology Society, Member and Secretary-Treasurer, 1997- 2002

Louisiana State Chairman of Organized Medical Staff Section of American Medical Association, January 2000- 2004

Member of Reference Committee B (Medical Staff Issues and Hospital Bylaws) Organized Medical Staff Section of American Medical Association, Chicago meetings, June 1999, 2000

Alternate Delegate from Louisiana, American Society of Clinical Oncology Clinical Practice Committee, September 2000-2004

American College of Physicians, member since 1978, promoted to Fellow American College of Physicians, July 2002

M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Credentialed Affiliated  Physician Institutional Services: Department of Medicine Bulloch Memorial Hospital Chairman, 1/82

Patient Care and ICU Committee Bulloch Memorial Hospital Chairman, 1/82

Pharmacy, Therapeutics and Antibiotics Review Committee, 1/81 - 12/81

Bulloch Memorial Hospital Tissue, Tumor Registry and Blood Transfusion Committee Bulloch Memorial Hospital Chairman, 1/81 - 7/82

Institutional Services: Institutional Review Committee (continued) Bulloch Memorial Hospital 1/81 - 7/82

Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee Chairman, 1/1/86-12/31/87

Utilization Review Committee East Jefferson General Hospital Medical Executive Committee Member-at-Large East Jefferson General Hospital Metairie, Louisiana 70006 1/1/89 - 12/31/91

Pharmacy Committee Blood and Tissue Committee Lakeside Hospital Metairie, Louisiana 70001 Discharge Planning Committee Chairman, 6/92-12/94

East Jefferson General Hospital 6/92 - 12/94

Oncology Committee East Jefferson General Hospital Metairie, Louisiana 70006 1/86 - Present

East Jefferson General Hospital Medical Staff Representative to the Organized Medical Staff Section of the American Medical Association, May 1993 – December 31, 2004

Institutional Services: Chairman, Oncology Committee (continued) East Jefferson General Hospital  January 1995 – December 1999

Chaired program, which obtained American College of  Surgeon’s designation as a certified Community Cancer Program Member, Bylaws Committee East Jefferson General Hospital Medical Staff January 1998 – Present

Assisting in complete rewriting of Medical Staff Bylaws January 1997 – Present

Member, Executive Committee Hematology and Oncology Specialists, LLC A 15-physician specialty group May 2000 – December 31, 2003

President, Hematology and Oncology Specialists, LLC January 1, 2003 – December 31, 2003

Licensure: Diplomate of National Board of Medical Examiners, 1975

Georgia State Physicians License, 1976

Louisiana State Physicians License, 1982

American Board of Internal Medicine Certified, September 13, 1978

Medical Oncology Boards Certified, 11/10/81

Personal Service: Steward, First Decatur United Methodist Church Decatur, Georgia 1/78 – 1/80

Finance Commission, Pittman Park United Methodist Church Statesboro, Georgia 1/81 – 6/82

Steward, Munhollund United Methodist Church Metairie, Louisiana 1985 – 1987

Member, American Mensa, Limited 2/82 – Present

Pastor Parish Relations Committee – Munholland United Methodist Church Metairie, Louisiana 1/90 – 12/94

Kung Fu Instructor, Jewish Community Center New Orleans, Louisiana 1997 – 2003

Participated in National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship (NCCS) Candlelight Vigil, Steps of the U.S. Capitol, West Side. Washington, D.C., October 6, 2000

Publications: Bayse, D., Radin, N., Lewis, S., Black, M. A Summary Analysis on 17-Ketosteroids in Proficiency Testing. 1972.

A National Center for Disease Control Publication. Lawson, D., Faraj, B., Black, M., Tindall, G., Rudman, D., Barnes, D., Camp, V., Ali, F. Radioimmunoassay of 3-0-Methyldopamine in the Evaluation of Response to Hypophysectomy in Malignant Melanoma. Proceedings of the American Association of Cancer Research. V21:173, 1980. Presented at a Poster Session, American Association for Cancer Research. Nixon, D., Pirozziee, D., York, M., Black, M., Lawson, D., Dermatologic Changes After Systemic Cancer Therapy. Cutis 27:181-194, 1981.

Wayne V. Vedeckis, Marcus L. Black and Donna H. Ryan. Possible Specific Immunodetection of the PML RAR Fusion Protein Involved in Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia (APL). Pennington Biomedical Research Center, 6400 Perkins Road, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70808. Presented at ASCO Annual Meeting, May 17-19, 1992.

Vedeckis, W.V., Black, M.L, Ryan, Donna H. A Monoclonal Antibody That May Specifically Recognize the PML-RAR Alpha Fusion Protein. Involved in Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia. Ninth International Congress of Endocrinology, 1992. Abstract presented Nice, France, 1992.

Cosgriff, T.M., Black, M.L., Stein, W. III. Liposomal Doxorubicin Produces Remission in Severe Refractory Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura. Blood Vol 90., No. 10 Supplement. Abstract for 39th Hematology. Abstract 3078, Nov, 1997.

Cosgriff, T.M., Black, M.L., Stein W. III, Successful Treatment of Severe Refractory Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura with Liposomal Doxorubicin. American Journal of Hematology 57: 85 – 86, 1998.

Cosgriff, T.M., Black, M.L., Stein, W. III. Severe Refractory Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura Responds to Liposomal Doxorubicin. Thrombosis and Haemostatis, August, 1999.

Presented at poster session by Dr. Black at the Annual  Meeting of the International Society of Thrombosis and Haemostasis, Washington, D.C. Abstract 1941, July 1999.

Special Honors: Selected by readers of New Orleans magazine as top Medical Oncologist in Metropolitan New Orleans, August, 1995.

Promoted to Gold Sash Level, Instructor, (rank just below Master) in Kung Fu by The White Crane Kung Fu Society, Baton Rouge, Louisiana by Sifu (Master) Lou Illar, June 1998.

Given the “Hope of New Orleans Award” to “honor those medical professionals who were key players in the rebuilding,  renewal, and rebirth of the New Orleans Healthcare System,”  by the American Cancer Society, Louisiana Division, August 12, 2006.