Colonel (Retired) Dr. Stephen Golden Joins CrossWork.us Advisory Board

CrossWork is pleased to announce that Colonel (Rtd.) Dr. Stephen Golden has joined the CrossWork.us board of advisors. Colonel Golden will advise on life sciences, space and government related issues. The colonel is a highly decorated war veteran who also served as chief of medical staff at one of the largest military hospitals in the world. He has served on many boards and is recipient of the Defense Meritorious Service award as well as the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.

A list of some of Colonel Golden’s many accomplishments is included below:

 

COLONEL (RTD.) STEPHEN M. GOLDEN, MD, MBA, FAAP, CPE

MILITARY DECORATIONS, BADGES AND AWARDS:

Air Force Commendation Medal (2)

Air Force Longevity Service Award with 4 OLC Air Force Outstanding Unit Award with 7 OLC Air Force Training Ribbon Armed Forces Reserve Medal

Army Flight Surgeon Wings

Army Reserve Component Achievement Medal Army Service Ribbon

Defense Meritorious Service Medal, U.S.N. Expert Field Medical Badge, U.S. Army

Friendship Through Aid Society, Honorary Lifetime Member, U.S. Pacific Fleet

Global War on Terrorism Service Medal

Humanitarian Service Medal, U.S. Navy (2 Oak Leaf Clusters) Leadership Development Award, National Jewish Welfare Board

Biennial Convention, New Orleans, LA

Letter of Appreciation, Naval Regional Medical Center, Guam Letter of Appreciation; Naval Hospital, Oakland, CA

Letter of Commendation, National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD Medical Corps Occupational Badge (US Army and USAF) Meritorious Service Medal, U.S. Army

Navy and Marine Corps Parachute Wings

Navy Expert Pistol Medal

Navy Marine Corps Overseas Service Medal National Defense Service Medal with 1 BSS Parachute Badge, U.S. Army

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:
2017-date New York University School of Medicine:  Alumni Board of
Governors
2004-2006 Associate Professor of Pediatrics, School of Medicine,
University of California, Davis
1995-2008 Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
(USUHS) Bethesda, MD
1991-1992 Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics
University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey Newark, NJ
1985-1992 Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics,
College of Physicians & Surgeons of Columbia
University, New York, NY
1984-1994 Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics, USUHS
1977-1984 Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, USUHS

 

CERTIFICATIONS:

2006-2009 Neonatal Regional Program Instructor
American Academy of Pediatrics/Am. Heart Association
#129-0529
2004-2006 Certification, Institutional Review Board (IRB) Professional;
Council for Certification of IRB Professionals of the
Applied
Research Ethics National Association
1997 Diplomate, American Board of Medical Management
1997 Certified Physician Executive; The Certifying Commission in
Medical Management, American College of Physician
Executives
1978 Diplomate, Sub-Board of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine of the American
Board of Pediatrics #422
1976 Diplomate, American Board of Pediatrics #18997
1971 Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiner
2003 US Coast Guard 50 Ton Master License with sailing
endorsement

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:

Fellow, American Academy of Pediatrics

Member, Uniformed Services Section, American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Member, Perinatal Pediatrics Section, AAP Member, National Perinatal Association

PROFESSIONAL LICENSES:
State of Florida #ME94860
State of California #G080922
State of Georgia #024678 (inactive)
State of New Jersey, #43678 (inactive)
State of Maryland, #D21277 (inactive)
State of New York, #160757 (inactive)
Washington, D.C., #11284 (inactive)
Arizona #6890 (expired)
Colorado #17213 (expired)
Guam #408 (expired)
 

CIVILIAN AND ACADEMIC AWARDS AND HONORS:

2016 Honorable Mention, Institute for Medicaid Innovation, Children’s Health
section: “Post-Traumatic Stress and Parents of NICU Babies” with
Indiana Amerigroup Health Plan
2004 “Best Dept. of Defense Clinical Research Poster Award” Society for
2004 Armed Forces Medical Laboratory Scientists (SAFMLS), Boston, MA
“Outstanding Clinical Research Scientist,” SAFMLS, Boston, MA
2004 Chairman’s Leadership Award, Greater San Francisco Bay Area Combined
Federal Campaign (CFC)
2003 Inductee, Norwalk High School (NHS) Wall of Honor, NHS Alumni
Association, Norwalk, CT
2003 Research Excellence Award, Top Scientific Poster Category, DGMC

 

2003 Loaned Executive Award, Greater San Francisco Bay Area CFC
2002 Alumni Leadership Award, New York University School of Medicine
2002  Loaned Executive Award and Community Star Award for
2001 Greater San Francisco Bay Area CFC
2002 2002 CFC Heroes Award; national award from U.S. Office of Personnel
Management, Washington, D.C.
2002 Finalist, Donahue Research Awards, Top Scientific Poster Category,
David Grant USAF Medical Center
2002 Co-recipient, 2nd place, Howard Johnson Award, Uniformed Services
Pediatric Seminar, San Diego, CA  (co-author of paper)
1991 Co-recipient, Chairman’s Award for Clinical Research, Armed
Forces District, American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
Phoenix,
AZ (co-author of paper)
1984 Ogden Bruton Award for Basic Science Research in Pediatrics,
Uniformed Services Pediatric Seminar, Reno, NV
 

Past Professional Positions

2008-2020 Corporate Medical Director for Neonatal Utilization Management
Anthem Corp., Indianapolis, IN
2006-2008 Regional Medical Director, ParadigmHealth, Upper Saddle River,
NJ
1994-2008 United States Air Force –David Grant USAF Medical Center
1992-94 Chairman, Department of Pediatrics, Buffalo General Hospital,
Buffalo, NY
1990-92 Director, Neonatology & Perinatal Development
Assistant Chairman, Department of Pediatrics
St Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston, NJ
1984-90 Director, Department of Neonatology, Overlook Hospital, Summit, NJ
1973-84 United States Navy
1980-84 Director, Perinatal Research, Uniformed Services University of the
Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD
1891-84 Assistant
Commandant of Students (Basic Science years)
1978-84 Co-founder & Associate-Director, Neonatal- Perinatal Medicine
Fellowship  Program, USUHS
1977-80 Head, Newborn Branch, National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD
1973-75 Assistant Chief, Department of Pediatrics, Naval Regional Medical
Center, Guam
1973-74 Attending Pediatrician, Naval Hospital, Guam
 

PROFESSIONAL AND CIVIC ACTIVITIES:

2016-date Trustee, Educational Trust Fund, Sarasota Power and Sail
Squadron
2013-date Member, The Royal Canadian Legion
2005-2006 Member, Executive Committee, Section on Uniformed
Services, American Academy of Pediatrics
2003-04 Representative for Military Sector, Greater San
Francisco Bay Area Combined Federal Campaign (CFC)Cabinet
2001-03 Loaned Executive, Military Sector Chair,CFC Cabinet member,

 

Greater San Francisco Bay Area CFC
2000 Facilitator, CyberForum: Health Insurance Portability and
Accountability Act 0f 1996 (HIPAA); American College of
Physician Executives, February, 2000
1998 Program Coordinator, 32nd Annual Uniformed Services Pediatric Seminar,
March, ’98, San Francisco, CA
1990-1992 Co-founder/1st Vice President
NJ Maternal & Child Health Advocacy Coalition
1990-1992   Vice-President, NJ Chapter, AAP
1989-1992   Co-Chairman, Committee on Maternal and Child Care, Medical
Society of NJ
1989-1992   Member, Board of Trustees, Perinatal Assoc. of New Jersey
1988-1992   National Faculty for Pediatric Advanced Life Support; New
Jersey Affiliate, American Heart Association & AAP
1988-1990 President, Perinatal Association of New Jersey
1988-1992 Member, Catastrophic Illness in Children Relief Fund
Commission
Appointed by New Jersey Governor T. Kane & Senate of NJ
1986-1990 Member, Public Affairs Task Force New Jersey March of Dimes
1986 Member, Task Force on Nursery Physical Plant
Standards, NJ Department of Health
1985-1992   Affiliate Faculty for Advanced Life Support American Heart
Association
1985-1988 Member, Board of Directors Perinatal Assoc. of New Jersey
1985-1987 Chairman, Legislative Committee, AAP, NJ Chapter
1984-1992 Member, Board of Directors, YMCA, Summit, NJ
1983-1984 Chairman, Research Committee, Uniformed Services Chapter
East American Academy of Pediatrics
1982-1983 Vice President, Faculty Senate, USUHS
1982-1984 Member, Joint Perinatal Task Force, Washington, DC
1982-1986   Chairman, Perinatal Technical Advisory Panel; Metropolitan
Washington Area Council of Health Planning Agencies
1980-1984 Montgomery County Representative
Perinatal Technical Advisory Panel; Metropolitan Washington
Area Council of Health Planning Agencies
Maryland, Virginia & District of Columbia, Washington, DC
1980-1984 Member, Fetus and Newborn Committee
Maryland Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics
1980-1984 Coordinator, Neonatal Module for Junior Students, USUHS
1980-1984 Member, Faculty Senate, USUHS 1980
Member, Advisory Council, Neonatal Program for Registered
Nurses, Georgetown University
1978-1984 Clinical Care Consultant; Clinical Center, National Institutes of
Health, Bethesda, MD

 

GRANT SUPPORT:

  1. National Science Foundation Undergraduate Research Grant; Biological Research: Avian Parasitic Disease, July-August 1964, Boston University
  2. Co-recipient, Robert Wood Johnson Grant: Program to Improve Infant Care in NJ.
  3. March of Dimes Grant #CPE114, $20,000, 1987 for the establishment of state-wide perinatal educational program.
  4. Renewal, March of Dimes grant #CPE-114, $20,000, 1988.
  5. Surgeon General, US Air Force: Protocol #FDG20000050E, “Efficacy of Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) in Detecting Neonatal Bacteremia” $7322. Jan, 2001
  6. Surgeon General, US Air Force: Protocol #FDG20000051E, “Efficacy of Polymerase Chain Reaction in Detecting Chorioamnionitis”, $7322, Jan. 2001; co-recipient; Maj David Stamilio, Principal Investigator
  7. Surgeon General, US Air Force: Protocol #FDG200413, “Direct Detection of Bacterial DNA by Automated Nucleic Acid Isolation and Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction”, $52,600.
  8. Surgeon General, US Air Force: Protocol #FDG20010037E, “Serum Amyloid A Concentrations in Neonatal Infection”, $33,688.

 

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Golden, S.M., Merenstein, G.B., Todd, W.A., Hill, J.M.: Disseminated herpes simplex neonatorum: A complication of fetal monitoring. Am. J. Obstet. Gynecol. 129, 917-918 (1977)
  2. Golden, S.M., Duster, M.C.: Hazards of misdiagnosis due to Vietnamese folk medicine. Clin Pediatr (Phila) 16,949-950 (1977Heroman, W., Golden, S.M., Yudt, W.: Nasopharyngeal teratoma in the newborn, Ear Nose Throat J. 59, 203-207 (1980)
  3. Golden, S.M., Perman, K.: Bilateral clinical anophthalmia: Report of a case and review of drugs as potential factors. South. Med. J. 73, 1404-1407(1980)
  4. Golden, S.M., O’Brien, W.F., Lissner, C., Cefalo, R.C., Monaghan, W.P., Schumacher, H., Stass, S.: Hematologic and bacteriologic assessment of autologous cord blood for neonatal transfusions. J. Pediatr. 97,810-812 (1980)
  5. Golden, S.M.: Skin Craters – A complication of transcutaneous oxygen monitoring. Pediatrics, 67,514-516 (1981)
  6. Otero, L. Conlon, C., Reynolds, P., Duval-Arnould, B., Golden, S.M.: Neonatal leukocytosis associated with prenatal administration of dexamethasone. Pediatrics, 68:778, 1981
  7. Cassorla, F.G., Golden, S.M., Johnsonbaugh, R.E., Heroman, W.M., Loriaux, D.L., and Sherins, R.J.: Testicular volume in early infancy. J. Pediatr. 99:742-743(1981)
  8. O’Brian, W.F., Cefalo, R.C., Gressom, M.P., Vierras, F., Golden, S.M., Uddin, D.M., and Davis, S.E.: The influence of asphyxia on fetal lidocaine toxicity. Am. J. Obstet. Gynecol. 142, 205-208 (1982)
  9. Golden, S.M., Metz, S.A., and O’Brien, W.F.: Anti-coagulation of Autologous Cord Blood for Neonatal Resuscitation. Am. J. Obstet. Gynecol. 144:103-104 (1982)
  10. Golden, S.M., Monaghan, W.P., and Steenbarger, J.: Osmolality and Oncotic Pressure of Volume Expanding Fluids for Neonatal Administration. Crit. Care Med. 12,863-864(1982)
  11. Golden, S.M.: Neonatal Exchange Transfusion: Indications andComplications. Proceedings: Society of Armed Forces Medical Laboratory Scientists 12:4,1983.
  12. Golden, S.M., Nalle, L., Heroman, W.M., and Alden, E.R. Effect of Resuscitative Fluids Upon Physical Properties of Blood Perfusing the Brain. Am. J. Perinatol. 1, 70-75 (1983)
  13. Hemming, V.G., O’Brien, W.F., Fischer, G.W., Golden, S.M., and Noble, S.F.: Studies of Short-term Pulmonary and Peripheral Vascular Responses Induced in Oophorectomized Sheep by the Infusion of a Group B Streptococcal Extract. Pediatr. Res, 18, 266-269 (1984)
  14. Andrich, M.P., and Golden, S.M.: Umbilical Cord Care: A Study of Bacitracin Ointment vs Triple Dye. Clin Pediatr Phil) 23: 342-344 1984
  15. O’Brien, W.F., Davis, S.E., Grissom, M.P., Eng, R.R., Golden, S.M.: Effect of Cephalic Pressure on Fetal Cerebral Blood Flow. Am.J.Perinatol 1, 223-226 (1984)
  16. Golden, S.M., Petit, N., Mapes, T., Davis, S.E., Monaghan, W.P.: Bacteriologic Assessment of Autologous Cord Blood for Neonatal Transfusion. Am. J. Obstet. Gynecol. 149,907-908 (1984)
  17. Longfield, J.N., Margileth, Andrew, Golden, S.M., Lazoritz, S., Bohan, J.S., Cruess, D.: Interobserver and Method Variability in Tuberculin Skin Testing. Pediatric Infectious Diseases 3, 323-326 (1984)
  18. Golden, S.M., O’Brien, W.F., Heroman, W.M., Nalle, D. and Cefalo, R.: Effect of Maternal Intravenous Infusions Upon Fetal Extracellular Fluid Composition in Pregnant Ewes. Am J of Perinatology, 2, 189-193 (1985)
  19. O’Brien, W.F., Golden, S.M., Davis, S.E., and Bibro, M.C.: Endotoxemia in the Neonatal Lamb. Am J Obstet. Gynecol 151, 671-674 (1985)
  20. O’Brien, W.F., Golden, S.M., Bibro, M.C., Charkobardi, P.K., Davis, S.E., Hemming, V.G.: Short-term responses in neonatal lambs after infusion of group B streptococcal extract. Obstet Gynecol 65, 802-806 (1985)
  21. Golden, S.M.: Letter on Listeria Monocytogenes. International Correspondence Society of Obstetricians/Gynecologists. 25:13, p. 102, 1984.
  22. Weisman, L.E., Golden, S.M., and Omert, L: A new Disposable Neonatal Breathing Circuit System with Manometer. Contemporary Pediatrics, pp 85-88, 1985
  23. Margileth, A., Longfield, J., Golden, S.M., et al: Tuberculin Skin Tests: Atypical Mycobacterial PPD-Battey Skin Test Conversion Following Airborne Training. Military Medicine, 151, 636-638 (1986)
  24. Golden, S.M.: Neonatal Resuscitation, in Perinatal Emergencies Program, Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative, 1986
  25. Pettett, G., Alden, E., Golden, S.M., Tuggle, J., and O’Neill, T.: Regional Myocardial Blood Flow During Hemorrhagic Hypotension on the Newborn Lamb. Physiologist: 29(4), 147, 1986
  26. Olson T.A., Fischer G.W., Hemming V.G., O’Brien W.F., Golden SM, and Maybee D.A.: A Group B Streptococcal Extract Reduces Neutrophil Counts and Induces Neutrophil Aggregation. Pediatr. Res 21:326-330 (1987)
  27. Weisman, L.E., Fischer, G.W., Pierce, J.R., Hemming, V.G., Marinelli, P., Hunter, K.W., and Golden, S.M.: Intravenous Immunoglobulin Therapy in the Neonate: A Study of Pharmokinetics and Safety. Vox Sanquinis, 57,243-248(1989)
  28. Golden, S.M.: Vitamins to Prevent Neural-Tube Defects N. Engl. J. Med. 328, 1642 (1993)
  29. O’Neill, J.T., Golden, S.M., Franklin, G.A., Alden, E.A.: Cerebrovascular Response to Hemorrhagic Hypotension in Newborn Lambs: The Influence of Developing Anemia. Proceedings of Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 205(2), 132-139 (1994)
  30. Golden, S.M., Stamilio, D.M., Faux, B.M., dela Cruz, W.P., Shoemaker, C.T., Blackmon, C.L., Stassen, S.D., Clark, V.M., Smith, J.W. and Johnson, O.L.: Evaluation of a real-time fluorescent assay for rapid detection of Group B streptococci in neonatal blood. Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease. Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease 50:7-13, 2004
  31. Straka, M., dela Cruz, W., Blackmon, C., Johnson, O., Stassen, S., Streitman, D., Golden, S., and Stamilio, D.: Rapid Detection of Group B Streptococcus and Escherichia coli in Amniotic Fluid Using Real-time Fluorescent PCR. J. Infectious Diseases in Obstetrics and Gynecology, 2004;12:109-113
  32. Golden, S.M., Hauge, I., Elwood, R., Young, S., and Thornton, J: Serum Amyloid A (SAA) Values in Full-Term Infant Umbilical Cord Serum Using a Solid Phase Indirect Elisa. LABmedicine, 36:357-360, 2005.

Published Books, Chapters or Articles

  1. Golden, S.M.: The newborn baby: The first two weeks, Wifeline (Navy Internal Relations Activity) pp. 10-22, 1982
  2. Golden, S.M., and Peters, D.: Delivery Room Care in Handbook of Neonatal Intensive Care. Merenstein, G.B., Gardner, S. (Eds), CV Mosby Co., 1985
  3. Golden, S.M., and Peters, D.: Delivery Room Care in Handbook of Neonatal Intensive Care. Merenstein, G.B., Gardner, S., (Eds), 2nd Edition, CV Mosby Co., 1989
  4. Golden, S.M., and Peters, D.: Delivery Room Care in Handbook of Neonatal Intensive Care. Merenstein, G.B., Gardner, S., (Eds), 3rd Edition, CV Mosby Co. 1993
  5. Golden, S.M.: Resuscitation of the Neonate in Conn’s Current Thera Rakel, R.E., and Bope, E.T. (Eds), 56th Ed, W.B. Saunders Co 2004

Published Abstracts:

  1. Golden, S., Todd, W., and Merenstein, G.: Control of a kanamycin resistant K pneumonia outbreak in an intensive care nursery (Abst), Clin Res 25 (2):183A, 1977
  2. Weisman, L., Golden, S., and Merenstein, G.: Incidence of necrotizing enterocolitis and patent ductus arteriosus in neonates (Abst), Clin Res (25):192A, 1977
  3. Golden, S.M., Lissner, C.R., O’Brien, W.F., Monaghan, W. P., Schumacher, H.R., Stass, S.A., Cefalo, R.C.: Evaluation of autologous cord blood for transfusion (Abst) Pediatr Res 14 (2) 1037, 1980
  4. Cassoria, F.G., Golden, S.M., Heroman, W.M., Johnsonaugh, R.E., Loriaux, D.L., Sherins, R.J., Longitudinal Study of testicular volume during early infancy (Abst), Pediatr Res 15 (4): 504, 1981
  5. Golden, S.M., O’Brien, W. F., Heroman, W.M., Maternal and fetal osmotic and oncotic pressures following maternal intravenous infusion (Abst), Pediatr Res 15(4):661,1981
  6. Golden, S.M., Steenbarger, J., Monaghan, W.P.: Osmolality, oncotic pressure and fluid administration in the newborn (Abst) Pediatr Res 15(4): 661, 1981
  7. Golden, S.M., Wilson, S.R., Hunter, K.W., Fischer, G.W.: Kinetic andmetabolic studies of an intravenously administered immunoglobulin in a neonatal lamb model (Abst), Pediatr Res 15 (4): 661, 1981
  8. Metz, S.A., Golden, S.M., O’Brien, W.F.: Anti-coagulation of autologous cord blood for neonatal resuscitation (Abst) Bulletin of Armed Forces District, Am. College of Ob and Gyn, 1981
  9. Nalle, L.D., Golden, S.M., Heroman, W.M. and Alden, E.R.: Effect of various resuscitative fluids on blood perfusing the brain (Abst), Pediatr Res 16(4):301A, 1982
  10. Hemming, V.G., O’Brien, W.F., Fischer, G.W., Golden, S.M., and Novle, S.M.: Vascular Responses of Adult Sheep to Extracts of Group B Streptococci 22nd ICAAC, page 111 (Abst) #2259, 1992
  11. Weisman, L.E., Fischer, G.W., Pierce, J.R., Hemming, V.G., Marinelli.: A Study of Pharmacokinetics and Safety. (Abst) Pediatr Res 7:341A, 1983
  12. Margileth, A.M., Lazoritz, S., Golden, S.M., Bohan, J.S., Longfield, J. and Cruess, D.: Interobserver and Method Variability in Tuberculin Skin Testing. (Abst), Pediatr Res 19:179A, 1983
  13. O’Brien, W.F., Golden, S.M., Hemming, V.G., and Davis, S.E.: Experimental Endotoxemia in the Neonatal Lamb. 23rd ICAAC, P. 191 (Abst) #591, 1983
  14. O’Brien, W.F., Golden, S.M., Hemming, V.G., and Davis, S.E.: Cell-Free Group B Streptococcal Extracts Cause on Endotoxin-Like Reaction in Neonatal Lambs. 23rd ICAAC, (Abst) p. 191
  15. Hess, L.W., Holmberg, J.R., Monaghan, W.P., Haddock, J., O’Brien, W.F., Hemming, V.G., Golden, S.M.: Plasma Fibronectin Levels in Normal Pregnancy; (Abst), Pediatr Res 18 (4): 966, 1984
  16. O’Neill, J.T., Golden, S.M., Alden, E.R.: Regional Distribution of Blood Flow with Hypovolemic Hypotension in the Neonatal Lamb, (Abst), Pediatr Res 18(4):1360,1984
  17. O’Neill, T., Golden, S.M., Alden, E.: Blood Flow to the Hypothalamus in Response to Hypovolemic Hypotension in the Newborn Lamb. Society for Neuroscience,(Abst.) 10:167, 1984
  18. McElveen, C., James, Lucia, Thornton, J.A., Pelszynski, M., Golden, S.: Comparison of Automated vs Manual White Blood Cell Differential Counts in Newborns. Uniformed Services Pediatric Seminar (Abst.), San Diego, Ca.2002
  19. Faux, B., Golden, S., Smith J., Johnson, O., Stamillio, D., McGill R.: Rapid Detection of Streptococcus agalactiae by Thermocycler Polymerase Chain Reaction. Uniformed Services Pediatric Seminar (Abst.), San Diego, CA 2002
  20. Golden, S., Hauge, I., Richardson, J., Stassen, S., Gildengorin, G., Niemotka, M., and Pabros, R.: Diagnostic Ranges for Serum Amyloid A in a Pediatric Clinic Population. 2006 Pediatric Academic Societies’ Meeting, San Francisco, in press

 

PRESENTATIONS:

  1. “L-Carnitine Treatment of Lipid Afuelia Myopathies”, Engel, W.K., Askanes, L.D., Prokop, L.A., Golden, S.M., Sunder, T., and Shug, A., VII International Symposium on drugs affecting lipid metabolism, Milan, Italy, 1980
  2. “Osmolality, Oncotic Pressure and Volume Expansion in the Newborn”. Annual Meeting, American Academy of Pediatrics, New Orleans, LA, 1981
  3. “The Fetal Circulatory Response to Intravenous Maternal Infusions in Pregnant Ewes”, Uniformed Services Pediatric Seminar, Bethesda, MD, 1982.
  4. “Effect of Resuscitative Fluids Upon Blood Perfusing the Brain”, Nalle, L., Golden, S.M., Heroman, W.M., Forsh, S.M., Fischer, G.W., Uniformed Services Pediatric Seminar, Bethesda, MD, 1982
  5. “Studies of Group B Streptococcal Extracts in Oophorectomized Sheep”, Hemming, V.G., Golden, S.M., O’Brien, W.F., Forsh, S.M., Fischer, G.W., Uniformed Services Pediatric Seminar, Bethesda, MD, 1982
  6. “Bacitracin Ointment vs. Triple Dye Umbilical Cord Care: A Four Year Review”, Andrich, M.P., and Golden, S.M., Uniformed Services Pediatric Seminar, San Francisco, CA, 1983
  7. “Experimental Endotoxemia in the Neonatal Lamb”, O’Brien, W.F., Golden, M., Hemming, V.G., and Davis, S.E., 23rd Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy (ICAAC), Las Vegas, NV, 1983
  8. “Cell-Free Group B Streptococcal Extract Cause on Endotoxin-like Reaction in Neonatal Lambs. Twenty-third ICCAC, Las Vegas, NV, 1983
  9. “The Effect of Hypovolemic Hypotension on Cerebral blood Flow in the Newly Born Lamb”. Alden, E.R., Golden, S.M., Franklin, G., O’Neill, T. Military Perinatal Research Conference, Aspen, CO., 1984
  10. “Neonatal Intraventricular Hemorrhage”, National Perinatal Associati9on Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL. 1985
  11. “Intraventricular Hemorrhage: An Update. Univ. of South Florida, Tampa General Hospital, Tampa, FL. 1986
  12. “Regional Myocardial Blood Flow During Hemorrhagic Hypotension on the Newborn Lamb”: Pettett, G., Alden, E., Golden, S.M., et al: 11th Annual Washington, DC, Neonatal Retreat, Irvington, VA, 1986
  13. “The New Jersey System of Financing Perinatal Care: The Physicians: Perspective”. Perinatal Association of NJ Annual Meeting, Jamesburg, NJ, 1986
  14. Medical aspects of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Senate Law,Public Safety and Defense Committee, State of New Jersey, 1987.
  15. “Regional Myocardial blood flow during Hemorrhagic Hypotension on the Newborn Lamb”: Pettett, G., Alden, E., Golden, S.M., et al: Uniformed Services Pediatric Seminar, Orlando, FL., 1987
  16. “Meconium Aspiration Syndrome”, Bellevue Maternity Hospital, Schenectady, NY, 1988
  17. Round Table on Neonatology, Annual Meeting, NJ Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics, 1988
  18. Symposium on Medical Malpractice, Hudson County Perinatal Association, 1991.
  19. “The Sick Newborn”, D’Youville College, Buffalo, NY, 1993. Physician Assistant Program
  20. “Neonatal Perinatal Medicine: Medical-Legal Issues”, Military Law Symposium, Travis AFB, CA 1997
  21. “Chief of the Medical Staff”, Military Law Symposium, Travis AFB CA, 1998
  22. “Officer Advancement”, Leadership Symposium, Travis AFB, CA, 1999
  23. “Rapid Detection of Streptococcus agalactiae by Thermocycler Polymerase Chain Reaction”, Uniformed Services Pediatric Seminar, San Diego, CA March, 2002 Faux, B., Golden, S., Smith J., Johnson, O., Stamillio, D., McGill R. Paper received 2nd place in Howard Johnson Award competition at 2002
  24. Michele Straka, Oswald Johnson, Wifred dela Cruz, Sarah Stassen, David Streitman, Stephen Golden, David Stamilio. Rapid Detection of Group B Streptococcus and Escherichia Coli In Amniotic Fluid Using Real-Time Fluorescent PCR. Annual scientific meeting and symposium of the Infectious Diseases Society for Obstetrics and Gynecology, Hyannis, MA 2003

 

POSTER SESSIONS:

  1. “Effect of Resuscitative Fluids Upon Blood Perfusing the Brain”, Nalle, L., Golden, S.M., Heroman, W.M., and Alden, E.R., Poster Session, Society for Pediatr Res. Washington, D.C., 1982
  2. “Neonatal Volume Expansion: Is the Solution the Problem?” Golden, S.M., Nalle, L., Heroman, M., and Alden, E., Annual Meeting, American Academy Pediatrics, New York, NY, 1982
  3. “Pulmonary Effects of Group B Streptococcal Extracts in the Ewe”, O’Brien, W.F., Hemming, V.G., and Golden, S.M., Society for Gynecologic Investigation, Washington, D.C., 1983
  4. “Maternal Fetal Response to Rapid Maternal Intravenous Infusion”, O’Brien, W.F., Golden, S.M., and Cefalo, R.C., Society of Gynecologic Investigation, Washington, D.C., 1983
  5. “Interobserver and Method Variability in Tuberculin Skin Testing”, Margileth, A.M., Lazoritz, S., Golden, S.M., Bohan, J.S., Longfield, J., and Cruess, D. American Pediatric Society, Washington, D.C., 1983
  6. “Cell-free Group B Streptococcal (6BS) Extract: Endotoxin-Like Reaction in Neonatal Lambs”. O’Brien, W.F., Golden, S.M., Hemming, V.G., and Davis, S.E., AAP Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, 1984
  7. “Regional Redistribution of Visceral blood flow in Hypovolemic Shock in the Newborn Lamb”. Golden, S.M., O’Neil, J.T., and Alden, E.R. AAP Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, 1984
  8. “Detection of Escherichia coli and Streptococcus agalactiae (Group B Streptococcus) in Neonatal Bacteremia Using Rapid-Fluorescent Identification” , Lane, J.D., Jaffe, R.I., Wiggins, L.B., Blackmon, G.L., Johnson, O.L., Golden, S.M., and Smith, J.W. Society for Armed Forces Medical Laboratory Scientists, Houston, TX 2001
  9. Streptococcus agalactiae: rapid detection from amniotic fluid using fluorescent monitoring PCR.” Oswald L. Johnson, David Stamillio, Michelle Straka, velvet M. Clark, Camille L. Blackmon, Stephen M. Golden, and James
    1. Society for Armed Forces Medical Laboratory Scientists Symposium, Spokane, WA, 2002
  10. “Rapid Detection of Streptococcus agalactiae in neonatal sepsis by real-time fluorescent polymerase chain reaction.” Oswald L. Johnson, Robert McGill, Velvet D. Clark, Camille L. Blackmon, Stephen M. Golden, Brian Faux, David Stamillio and James W. Smith. Society for Armed Forces Medical Laboratory Scientists Symposium, Spokane, WA, 2002
  1. Streptococcus agalactiae Neonatal Sepsis: Comparison of Two Real-Time Fluorescent PCR Assays for Rapid Detection of GBS from Neonatal Cord Blood Samples.” Oswald L. Johnson, Camille L. Blackmon, Sara D. Stassen, Velvet
    1. Clark, Wilfred P. Dela Cruz, James W. Smith, Stephen M. Golden, Brian Faux, and David Stamilio. Association for the Advancement of Science, 84th Annual Meeting of the Pacific Division, AAAS; San Francisco, CA, 2003
  2. “Validation of a Taqman primer-probe set for rapid real-time PCR detection of Pseudomonas aeruginosa from blood culture.” Oswald L. Johnson, Wilfred P. Dela Cruz, Camille L. Blackmon, Sarah D. Stassen, Velvet M. Clark, Richard Jaffe and Stephen M. Golden. Society for Armed Forces Medical Laboratory Scientists, Reno, NV, 2003
  3. “Serum Amyloid A (SAA) Concentration in Pregnant Women.” Stephen M. Golden, Michele Straka, Ileana Hauge, and Steve Young. Society for Armed Forces Medical Laboratory Scientists, Boston, MA 2004
  4. “Serum Amyloid A (SAA) Normative Values in Umbilical Cord Blood.” Stephen M. Golden, Ileana Hauge, Robert Elwood, Steve Young. Society for Armed Forces Medical Laboratory Scientists, Boston, MA 2004
  5. “Evaluation of Real-time Fluorescent PCR Assay for Rapid Detection of Group B Streptococci.” Golden, S.M., Faux, B.M., Smith, J.W., Johnson, O.L., dela Cruz, W.P., Shoemaker, C., Stamilio, D.M., Clark, V.M., and Blackmon, C.L. Pediatric Academic Societies, San Francisco, CA 2004
    • “Serum Amyloid A (SAA) in Term Umbilical Cord Serum Using Two Layer Monoclonal Antibody ELISA Immunoassay.” Stephen M. Golden, Robert L. Elwood, Jennifer Thornton, Steve K. Young, and Ileana Hauge. National Perinatal Association Annual Conference, La Jolla, CA 2004
    • “Automation of Serum Amyloid Analysis with Computer Programmed Robotics.” I. Hauge, S.M. Golden, M.N. Daughtry, S.D. Stassen, and S.K. Young. Society for Armed Forces Medical Laboratory Scientists, Jacksonville, FL, March, 2005
    • “Direct Detection of Multiple Bacterial DNA by Automated Nucleic Acid and Multiplex Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction.” Matthew Goldman MD, Stephen M Golden, MD, Joann Y Richardson, MD, Sarah Stassen, Mary M Gozum, and Wilfred dela Cruz, PhD. Pediatric Academic Societies, Washington, D.C. (accepted, May, 2005)
  6. “Serum Amyloid A (SAA) Values in Laboring and Non-laboring Pregnant Patients.” Michele Straka DO, Steve K. Young, Ileana Hauge, and Steven M. Golden MD. Annual Clinical Meeting, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, San Francisco, CA, May, 2005
  7. “Gender Based Preliminary Pediatric Studies for Serum Amyloid A (SAA) and C-Reactive Protein (CRP)” Maj Ileana Hauge, USAF, BSC1, Col Stephen M. Golden, USAF, MC, FS , Lt Col Joann Y. Richardson, USAF, MC, Mayce Niemotka MT-CLS, Rodrigo Pabros, MT-CLS, Ginny L. Gildengorin, PhD3, and SSgt Sarah Stassen, USAF. Society for Armed Forces Medical Laboratory Scientists, Reno, NV, Mar 2006 in press
  8. “Ranges for Serum Amyloid A in a Pediatric Clinic Population.” Col Stephen M. Golden, USAF, MC, Maj Ileana Hauge, USAF, BSC, USAF, Lt Col Joann Y. Richardson, USAF, MC, Mayce Niemotka MT-CLS, Rodrigo Pabros, MT- CLS, Ginny L. Gildengorin, PhD3, and SSgt Sarah Stassen, USAF. Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting, San Francisco, March, 2006
  9. “Gender Based Preliminary Pediatric Studies for Serum Amyloid A (SAA) and C-Reactive Protein (CRP).”     Maj Ileana Hauge, USAF, BSC; Col Stephen M. Golden, USAF, MC, FS, LtCol Joann Y Richardson, USAF, MC, Mayce Niemotka, MT-CLS, Rodrigo Pabros, MT-CLS, Ginny L Gildengorin, PhD and SSgt Sarah Stassen, USAF. 46th Annual Meeting of the Society of Toxicology, Charlotte, NC, March 2007

 

MILITARY APPOINTMENTS, ASSIGNMENTS and AWARDS
Date and Source of Commission: 20 Oct. ‘71 USNR
Entry Active Service Date: 8 Aug. ‘73
Chronological List of Appointments:
Lt(jg), USNR Dec. ‘67
Lt. USNR July ‘69
LCDR USNR Jan. ‘74
CDR USNR Jan. ‘79
LTC USAR Nov. ‘84
COL USAR Aug. ‘85
Col USAF Nov. ‘95
MILITARY SCHOOLS ATTENDED: YEAR COMPLETED
Chemical Casualty Care Course 1981
Airborne Service Course 1981
Combat Casualty Care Course 1982 & 1983
AMEDD Officer Advanced Course 1986
AMEDD Staff Development Course 1988
Army Flight Surgeon Primary Course 1991
Command and General Staff College (Army) 1992
Hyperbaric Medicine (short course) 1994
USAF Air War College 1996
Aerospace Medicine Primary Course (USAF) 1996

 

CHRONOLOGICAL RECORD OF DUTY ASSIGNMENTS: FROM TO
USNR (Not on active duty) Oct 71 – Aug 73
ACTIVE DUTY:
USNR–
Naval Hospital, Guam
Staff Pediatrician Aug 73 – Aug 75
USN –Fitzsimons Army Medical Center
Fellowship, Neonatology Aug 75 – Aug 77USN–
National Naval Medical Center
Bethesda, MD (Head, Newborn Branch) Aug 77 – July 80
USN– Uniformed Services University of the
Health Sciences (Ass’t Commandant of Students,
Director, Perinatal Research) July 80 – June 84
USNR– (Not on active duty) June 84 – Nov 84
USAF–60th Medical Group (AMC) Nov. 94 – Oct 06
David Grant Medical Center, Travis AFB, CA
Duties at DGMC:
2006 Founder and Medical Director for Patient Safety and Medical
Simulation Center (DGMC)
2002-06 Associate Chief of the Medical Staff
1999-06 Executive Director, Travis Fisher House
1996-06 Attending physician, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
1999-03 Director, Newborn Services
1994-95 Co-Director, Newborn Services
1999 Squadron Commander (acting), Medical Operations Squadron

1997-99                 Chief of the Medical Staff/Deputy Medical Operations Squadron Commander

1994-97                 Director, Newborn Services

 

RESERVES
USAR– (Not on active duty)
First Army Augmentation Division
331st General Hospital, Utica, NY Nov 84- Jan 87
NJARNG–New Jersey Army National Guard
Division Surgeon, 50th Armored Division
MOS: 60A00, 61N Jan 87- May 93
Member: NJARNG Nuclear Surety Board
Formulary Committee
Quality Assurance Committee
USAR–Control Group May 93- Aug 93
USAR–I.M.A. (Individual Mobilization Augmentee); Chief,
Aeromedical Standards Board Aug 93- Nov 94

 

 

EDUCATION:
Undergraduate: Degree: BA  Boston University, Cum Laude, Boston, MA
Medical School: Degree: MD New York University School of Medicine
New York, NY
Internship: Children’s Hospital Denver, Denver, CO
Residency: Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Denver, CO
Chief Resident: University of Arizona Medical Center, Tucson, AZ
Fellowship: Fitzsimons Army Medical Center, Denver CO
Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
Graduate School: Degree: MBA Rutgers University Graduate School of
Management, Newark, NJ
Air University: United States Air Force Air War College