Bechara George Tabet, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Married with 4 children. Spouse is Soraya. Languages spoken: English, Arabic and French.
1972 – St. Joseph University Faculty of Medicine, Beirut, Lebanon. French State Medical Diploma.
June 1972 to June 1973 — The Genesee Hospital, Rochester, N.Y., straight surgical internship.
July 1973 to June 1974 — Brooklyn Methodist, Brooklyn, N.Y., residency in general surgery.
July 1974 to June 1975 – New York Medical College Metropolitan Hospital Center, New York, N.Y., fellow in neurourology and urodynamic.
July 1975 to June 1977 – New York Medical College Metropolitan Hospital Center, New York, N.Y., resident in urology first and second year.
July 1977 to June 1978 – New York Medical College Metropolitan Hospital Center, New York, N.Y., chief resident in urology.
1977 – Roswell Park Memorial Institute, Buffalo, N.Y., urological-oncology training.
1971 – E.C.F.M.G., LICENSE # 161-194-6
1975 – F.L.E.X., Washington, D.C.
1980 – Certified, American Board of Urology.
1983 — Fellow of the American College of Surgeons
B. Tabet and R. Mufarrege, “Manuel De Biologie”, 1972.
B. Tabet and F. Mansour, “Percutaneous Nephrolithotripsy in Lebanon,” Lebanese Journal of Medicine, June 1986.
B. Tabet, “Replacement of Ureter by an Ileo-Cecal Segment”, Lebanese Journal of Medicine, August 1986.
B. Tabet, S. Salhab and G. Kemel, Handbook of Urology for Medical Students, 1988.
B. Tabet and Steve Levine, “Nerve Block in Prostate Surgery”, Journal of Urology, November, 1996.
Director of the following medical thesis written by graduating medical students:
Conn Tumors a Case Report and a Review of the Literature, Lebanon University, 1988.
Current Techniques and Surgical Modalities Used in the Treatment of Renal and Ureteral Calculi, Lebanon University, 1989.
The Use of Local Anesthesia in Prostate Surgery, Lebanon University, 1991.
The Medical Treatment of Neurogenic Bladders, St. Joseph University, 1992.
“The Use of Y.A.G and K.T.P. Lasers in Urological Surgery”, Mercer County Society Meeting, September 1994.
“Sexual Dysfunction Diagnosis and Treatment”, Bluefield, West Virginia, May 1995, and Canton, Ohio, October 1995.
“P.S.A and Prostate Cancer”, Family Practice Department Update, Mercy Medical Center, April 1996.
“Sexual Dysfunction Diagnosis and Therapy” Family Practice Department Update, Aultman Hospital, November 1996.
“Current Concepts in Treating Male Impotency”, Internal Medicine Department Update, NEOUCOM, May 1997.
1988-91 – Director of Chairman of Urology, Lebanese University.
1988-94 – Adjucent Professor of Urology, St. Joseph University.
1980-93 – Chief of Service of Urology, Sacre Coeur Hospital.
Directing a post-graduate urology training program affiliated with the Lebanese University and St. Joseph University.
1974 – Pan-American World Airways.
July 1, 1978 to March 3, 1993 – Beirut, Lebanon
March 4, 1993 to July 28, 1995 – Bluefield, West Virginia
August 1, 1995 to Present – Canton, Ohio
September 15, 2000 to Present – Akron, Ohio
David G. Heiser, M.D.
August 1990 to May 1994 – Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine, Rootstown, Ohio, medical doctor.
June 1987 to May 1990 – Kent State University, Kent Ohio, Bachelors of Science.
June 1996 to June 2000 – Department of Urology, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan
June 1994 to June 1996 – Department of General Surgery, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan
1995 – Candidate Member, American Urological Society
1995 – Resident Member, American Medical Association
• September 1999 – North Central Section of the AUA, study of MMP-directed bone degradation by prostate cancer cells in an organ culture model.
• May 1999 – Michigan Urological Society Resident’s Day Competition. Heiser, D.; Shekarriz, B.; Upadhyay, J.; Nemeth, J.; and Cher, M.; student of MMP-directed bone degradation by prostate cancer cells in an organ culture model. (Placed second in competition.)
• May 1997 – Michigan Urological Society Resident’s Day Competition. Heiser, D.; Gheiler, E.; Pontes, J.E.; and Davis, L.; false positive findings for urinary leak in nuclear renograms following partial nephrectomy.
BASIC SCIENCE RESEARCH
November 1998 to June 1999 – Metastatic prostate cancer to bone in a SCID-Hu mouse model and an organ culture model in collaboration with Jeff Nemeth, Ph.D. and Michael Cher, M.D.
Steven E. Ochs, M.D.
1989 to 1993 – University of Kansas School of Medicine, Kansas City, KS. Doctor of Medicine.
1985 to 1989 – University of Missouri at Kansas City, Kansas City, MO.
1996 to 2000 – Naval Medical Center, Portsmouth, VA., residency in urology.
1993 to 1994 – Naval Medical Center, San Diego, CA., residency in surgery.
2002 to 2004 – National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD.
2000 to 2002 – Naval Hospital at Rota, Spain; Naval Hospital at Naples, Italy; and Naval Hospital at Signoella, Italy.
1994 to 1996 – Fleet Medicine on USS Juneau.
2004 – State of Ohio Medical License.
2002 to 2004 – Commonwealth of Virginia, License # 01011229306
1994 to 2004 – The Medical Board of California, License # 12600509
2002 – American Board of Urology
2004 – American Urological Association
2004 – American Association of Clinical Urologist
2004 – Society of Government Service Urologist
1999 – The 47th Annual James C. Kimbrough Urological Seminar, “Neuroanatomy of Spermatic Cord: Clinical Implications.”
1998 – The 46th Annual James C. Kimbrough Urological Seminar, “Combination EHL and Holmium Laser Lithotripsy for Treatment of Large Hard Urinary Stones.”
1998 – Tidewater Urological Society Resident Research Competition.
1998 – James C. Kimbrough Research Award.