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ArcMesa Educators Appoints Medical Advisor and Directors to CME Development Team
Date:9/27/2007

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MONROE, N.J., Sept. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- ArcMesa Educators, an accredited provider of continuing education courses, is proud to announce the addition of three talented individuals to its staff. Backed by years of scientific experience and advanced degrees in molecular biology, structural biology, biochemistry/biophysics, and biomedical sciences from the top universities across the nation, each brings a wealth of clinical expertise and scientific rigor. With concentrations in oncology, cardiovascular disease, endocrinology, neurobiology, hypertension, gender-specific medicine, anemia, MS, virology and a host of other therapeutic-specific areas, Dr. Eugene R. Tombler, Dr. Kirk Tacka, and Dr. Duke Duguay offer various proficiencies that will fuel the next generation of medical education program development.

"It's a pleasure to have Dr. Tombler, Dr. Tacka, and Dr. Duguay on the CME development team at ArcMesa," said Tighe Blazier, President of ArcMesa Educators. "We are proud to add their scientific expertise to the CME activities we produce. The result is educational materials that medical professionals appreciate and implement in their jobs as we all work together toward better patient care."

Eugene R. Tombler, PhD, Senior Medical Advisor, is a graduate of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine of NYU, where he earned his PhD in the biomedical sciences with a strong diversified background on prostate cancer and neurobiology. As senior medical advisor, Dr. Tombler will serve as the main point of contact with grantors and thought leaders and will be responsible for directly supervising gap analyses, conducting needs assessments, and developing program proposals.

Kirk Tacka, PhD, Assistant Medical Director, is a graduate of Syracuse University, where he earned his PhD in structural biology, biochemistry, and biophysics. With a multidisciplinary training background, he is proficient in drug pharmacology, cell/molecular biology, and physical chemistry. At ArcMesa Educators, Dr. Tacka will assist business development by conducting needs assessments and reviewing proposals, in addition to ensuring programming is scientifically accurate, fair balanced, and ACCME-compliant. Dr. Tacka's role also includes identifying and consulting with key opinion leaders within oncology, cardiovascular disease, and other therapeutic areas.

Duke Duguay, PhD, Assistant Medical Director, is a graduate of Princeton University, where he earned his PhD and MA in molecular biology, and the University of California at Berkeley, where he earned a BA in molecular and cell biology. As assistant medical director, Dr. Duguay will assist with writing educational grants, developing scientific content, supervising freelance writers, and ensuring clinical/scientific accuracy and the necessary fair balance/compliancy rules for all of ArcMesa Educator's scientific programs.

About ArcMesa Educators, LLC

ArcMesa Educators (http://www.arcmesa.com) is a provider of continuing education courses for professionals. Through http://www.CMEdiscovery.com, http://www.OncoUniveristy.com, http://www.NeuroUniversity.com, and http://www.AutoImmuneUniversity.com, ArcMesa Educators offers CME activities to physicians, pharmacists, and nurses. ArcMesa Educators, a full service content developer, holds multiple accreditations including the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) AMA PRA Category 1, the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). ArcMesa Educators is dedicated to delivering relevant and current medical content via innovative, high-quality CME activities that improve performance and promote better patient care.


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