SURGEON, FOOT & ANKLE 3/2018-present
Locum Tenens work with remote Telemedicine Consulting for various agencies and assignments in licensed states.
SURGEON, FOOT & ANKLE 2/2017-2/2018
Mountaineer Orthopedic Specialists, Morgantown, WV
Orthopedic private practice with on-call duties & privileges at Mon General Hospital Medical Center.
SURGEON, FOOT & ANKLE 1/2016-1/2017
Medical Associates of Erie – Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM), Erie, PA
Associate Clinical Faculty for LECOM students, residents, and fellows
On-call & Clinical duties at Millcreek Community Hospitals, Corry Memorial Hospital, and LECOM Institute for Successful Aging
SURGEON, FOOT & ANKLE 4/2008-11/2015
Specialty Orthopaedics, P.C., Hermitage, PA
Orthopedic private practice with on-call duties & privileges at Sharon Regional Hospital & UPMC Horizon Hospitals.
SURGEON, FOOT & ANKLE 8/2006-10/2007
Kaiser Permanente Riverside Medical Center (Orthopedics & Podiatry), Riverside, CA
On-call and clinical duties for the medical center with privileges at Kaiser Fontana and Ontario Vineyard Surgery Center
FELLOW, RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY IN FOOT & ANKLE 7/2005-6/2006
Sarasota Orthopedic Associates (Director Harold W. Vogler, D.P.M., FACFAS), Sarasota, FL
Fellowship training in complex reconstructive surgery & traumatology of foot, ankle, & leg
PODIATRIC MEDICAL-SURGICAL RESIDENT 7/2003-6/2005
DVA (James A. Haley Veterans Hospital), Tampa, FL
Residency training in podiatric/ plastic/ general/ orthopedic sx with duties at Bay Pines VA & MacDill Airforce Base
ROTATING PODIATRIC RESIDENT 6/2002-6/2003
DVA (Wadsworth Veterans Hospital), West Los Angeles, CA
Residency training in rotating podiatric medicine & surgery, orthopedic, vascular surgery, radiology, anesthesia, pathology, & internal
medicine with various duties at Olive View- UCLA Med Ctr, Century City Hospital, & Sepulveda-Santa Barbara VA
RESEARCH ASSOCIATE 1/1993-8/1998
LAC-USC School of Medicine (Cardiovascular Research Laboratory), Los Angeles, CA
Abstract publications: Correlation of CVD with ASH, STI, stress, Ca intake, MVP, passive smoking, pulse pressure
AFCR Trainee Investigator Award for Excellence in Scientific Research 1994
TEMPLE UNIVERSITY, 9/98-5/2002 Doctor of Podiatric Medicine
LOMA LINDA UNIVERSITY, 1/97-8/98 Master of Public Health in Research Epidemiology
FULLER THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, 9/93-9/96 Master of Divinity, Family Pastoral Care & Counseling
UNIVERSITY OF LA VERNE, 9/90-12/91 Bachelor of Arts in Biology
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS, Manila, Philippines 6/87-8/90 Bachelor of Science in Biology
LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATION
Board-Certified with the American Board of Lower Extremity Surgery 3/2014 – present
Board-Certified with the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery 9/2014 – present
State Licensures for West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Florida, Ohio, and California
Licensed & Ordained Minister- Western Evangelical Association 5/1993 – present
ACADEMIC & PERSONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
Alpha Kappa Alpha Educational Excellence Award, Harding Foundation Scholarship, and Fuller Grant
American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons 2003 – present
International Association of Orthopedic Surgeons 2012 – present
Associate Clinical Faculty at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine 2016 – 2017
Adjunct Clinical Faculty at Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine 2010 – 2013
American Federation for Medical Research / American Association for the Advancement of Science 1994 – 2002
American Diabetes Association / American Heart Association- Hypertension Research Council 1999 – 2002
American Public Health Association 1999 – 2005
Biomedical Research Society / ROTC Medical Unit-Red Cross 1987 – 1990
Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare (7th ed)
Who’s Who in the World (19th, 22nd, 23rd eds)
Who’s Who in the West (26th ed)
Who’s Who in America (54th, 56th, 58th, 59th, 60th, 62nd, & 63rd eds)
Who’s Who of Emerging Leaders (1st ed)
Dictionary of International Biography (26th ed), Strathmore’s Who’s Who (2004 ed)
Languages Spoken: English, Filipino, Chinese, and Spanish
PUBLISHED OR PRESENTED RESEARCH
The following articles have been presented at National Meetings and at Western Regional Meetings and
published as abstracts in Journal of Investigative Medicine, Clinical Research Journal for American
Federation Clinical/ Medical Research and American College of Physicians:
I. Carmel, California (2/94) and Baltimore, Maryland (5/94)-
Barndt R., A. Evangelista, E. Mattson, J. Hwang, J. McFadden, T. Cox. “Hemodynamic studies of the
pathophysiology and treatment of systolic hypertension with aging,” Clinical Research. 42(1):14A.
Hwang J., R. Barndt, T. Cox, A. Evangelista, C. Emont. “Evaluation of systolic blood pressure and
symptom levels with increased calcium intake in elderly women with mitral valve prolapse syndrome,”
Clinical Research. 42(1):14A. February 1994.
Barndt R., A. Evangelista, J. Hwang, R. Higman, T. Cox, J. Strickland. “Systolic time intervals identify
people with high behavioral stress and increased coronary risk in prospective studies,” Clinical Research.
42(1):71A. February 1994.
Wong J., Hwang, R. Barndt, A. Evangelista, T. Cox. “Electrocardiographic prediction of assymetrical
septal hypertrophy identifies mitral valve prolapse patients with increased sympathetic tone,” Clinical
Research. 42(1):39A. February 1994.
II. Carmel, California (2/95) and San Diego, California (5/95)-
Barndt R., A. Evangelista, J. Huang, H. Moon, J. McFadden, A. Shah. “Basilar artery migraine reduces
the severity of aortic and coronary atherosclerosis in patients with hyperlipidemia,” Journal of
Investigative Medicine. 43(S2):302A. April 1995.
Barndt R., R. Higman, A. Ibrahim, K. McGee, A. Evangelista, J. McFadden. “Image processing of digital
ultrasound enables visualization of coronary calcification and fibrosis at regions of significant stenosis,”
Journal of Investigative Medicine. 43(S2):385A. April 1995.
Barndt R., J. Huang, R. Conner, A. Evangelista. “Prospective prediction and prevention of systolic
hypertension of the elderly,” Journal of Investigative Medicine. 43(S2):264A. April 1995.
Barndt R., T. Moon, R. Conner, A. Evangelista, A. Ibrahim. “Ultrasonic evidence of restrictive
cardiomyopathy due to fibrosis in catecholamine sensitive diabetics with passive smoking,” Journal of
Investigative Medicine. 43(S1):198A. February 1995.
III. Carmel, California (2/96) and Washington, D.C. (5/96)-
Barndt R., A. Evangelista, P. Yoshino, R. Higman, C. Emont, J. Huang. “Ultrasonic coronary screening
as a cost effective epidemiological tool in measuring the severity of coronary atherosclerosis and risk
factor significance,” Journal of Investigative Medicine. 44(3):312A. March 1996.
Barndt R., L. Wong, P. Yoshino, M. Ammar, A. Evangelista, J. Huang. “Prediction and prevention of
microvascular angina in high risk patients,” Journal of Investigative Medicine. 44(3):312A. March 1996.
Barndt R., J. Huang, P. Yoshino, L. Hsian, A. Evangelista, M. Adeli-Sardo. “Ultrasonic population
screening to identify people at risk of congestive heart failure,” Journal of Investigative Medicine.
44(3):313A. March 1996.
Barndt R., R. Higman, K. McGee, F. Hajaliloo, A. Evangelista, J. Huang. “Ultrasonic evidence of greater
coronary damage in passive smoking children with higher serum cholesterols,” Journal of Investigative
Medicine. 44(1):100A. January 1996.
Barndt R., R. Higman, A. Evangelista, M. Adeli-Sardo, C. Emont, J. Huang. “Three dimensional
transthoracic ultrasonic evidence of regression of coronary atherosclerosis by changes in wall density
and luminal stenosis,” Journal of Investigative Medicine. 44(1):122A. January 1996.
IV. Carmel, California (2/97) and Washington, D.C. (4/97)-
Barndt R., A. Evangelista, R. Higman, E. Yacoub, L. Wong, L. Hsiao. “Epidemiological studies in Coptic
Egyptians show possible genetic effects in premature coronary atherosclerosis,” Journal of Investigative
Medicine. 45(1):84A. January 1997.
Barndt R., J. Palacios, L. Hsiao, A. Evangelista, J. Huang, and R. Higman. “Epidemiological studies
show catecholamine sensitivity as a cause of systolic hypertension,” Journal of Investigative Medicine.
45(1):86A. January 1997.
Barndt R., L. Hsiao, R. Higman, A. Evangelista, L. Wong, and J. Palacios. “Prediction and reduction of
the progression of myocardial fibrosis and dysfunction in latent diabetes,” Journal of Investigative
Medicine. 45(3):290A. March 1997.
V. Carmel, California (2/98)-
Evangelista A., R. Barndt, R. Higman, and A. Shah. “Pulse pressure: A valuable measure of
atherosclerotic vascular disease in population screening for cardiovascular disease,” Journal of
Investigative Medicine. 46(1):141A. January 1998.
Evangelista A., R. Barndt, L. Hsiao, and R. Higman. “Fibromyalgia: Muscle ischemia due to increased
vascular resistance,” Journal of Investigative Medicine. 46(1):141A. January 1998.
Higman R., R. Barndt, A. Evangelista, and C. Emont. “Clinical evaluation of catecholamine sensitivity
used to predict microvascular angina,” Journal of Investigative Medicine. 46(1):141A. January 1998.
VI. Carmel, California (2/2000)-
Barndt R., A. Evangelista, and A. Vardapetian. “Pulse pressure and ultrasonic coronary calcification:
Predict risk factor levels and severity of coronary stenoses,” Journal of Investigative Medicine. 48(1):96A.