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Surgery: Gynecological Surgery Expert Witnesses

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Gary S. Ciment, PhD
14010 Majestic Court
Lake Oswego OR 97035
phone: 971-235-1628
fax: 503-598-8746
Gary Ciment Anatomy Expert PhotoGary Ciment, PhD, is a Professor in the School of Medicine at Oregon Health & Sciences University, and has taught Human Anatomy and Human Neuroanatomy to medical students, residents and physicians for 25 years.

As an expert witness, he has worked with lawyers to offer clinical insights and to develop strategies for their cases, based on anatomical and neurological principles. Ignorance of these principles is often the root cause of medical and surgical malpractice. As a professional educator with numerous teaching awards, Dr. Ciment is also an expert at communicating complex issues in an easily understood fashion. His services are available to counsel representing both plaintiff and defendant.

Areas of Neurological and Surgical Specialization:
  • Anatomy of the Upper and Lower Limb
  • Anatomy of the Thorax and Abdomen
  • Anatomy of the Pelvis and Perineum (Groin)
  • Neuroanatomy of the Brain, Spinal Cord, Peripheral Nerves
  • Peripheral Nerve Damage
  • Central Nervous System Damage
Over the years, Dr. Ciment has served as a reviewer of NIH and NSF grants, as well as various private research organizations. He has served on the editorial board of several international journals, and has published extensively in the area of neurobiology.
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Jane B. Peek, MD
19404 South Lakeway Avenue
Baton Rouge LA 70810
phone: 225-751-6548
Jane B. Peek, MD, has over 30 years of clinical and surgical Obstetrics and Gynecology experience. She specializes in pelvic surgery, infertility, high risk deliveries, and cancer screening.

Dr. Peek is a Past Chief of Medical Staff and Chairman of the Credential's Committee at Women's Hospital in Baton Rouge, LA. She also served as a Past Chief of Ob-Gyn at Our Lady of the Lake Hospital in Baton Rouge, LA.

After leaving Women's Hospital after 30 years in practice, Dr. Peek started a new practice at the Baton Rouge General. She fully retired in December of 2014 but continues to mentor third year Tulane medical students. Dr. Peek has been a Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Tulane Medical School since 2010.

Litigation Support - Dr. Peek provides expert witness services to attorneys representing both Plaintiff and Defendant. Her services include medical record review, deposition, and trial testimony when necessary.

Areas of Expertise:
  • General Gynecology
  • Infertility
  • Wound Care
  • Gynecologic Surgery including Pelvic, Bowel, Urologic Complications
  • Pelvic Infections, Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
  • Cancer Screening for Female Patients
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Anthony R. Scialli, MD
2737 Devonshire Place NW #120
Washington DC 20008-3459
phone: 703-647-4178 or 301-514-3081 (cell)
fax: 202-249-0111 or 703-243-8696
Anthony R. Scialli, MD, is a specialist in Reproductive and Developmental Toxicology and in Obstetrics and Gynecology. He consults on issues of performance and interpretation of nonclinical and clinical studies with a concentration on the use of study results in regulatory activities.

Dr. Scialli directs the Reproductive Toxicology Center, a non-profit foundation in Washington, D.C., which maintains Reprotox®, an online data base on the effects on reproduction of drugs, chemicals, biologicals, and physical agents. He is also a Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at George Washington University School of Medicine and Adjunct Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and of Pharmacology and Physiology at Georgetown University Medical Center.

Litigation Support - Dr. Scialli provides expert witness activities, particularly in the area of reproductive effects of chemical exposures, disease states, and nutrition. He brings his expertise in the interpretation of experimental animal and epidemiology literature to regulatory and litigation problems. Dr. Scialli has provided consultation on the meaning and significance of data packages in developmental and reproductive toxicology (DART) particularly with respect to regulatory implications and causation analysis. He has functioned with teams preparing for regulatory submissions and hearings.

Services Include:
  • Review of nonclinical DART package in preparation for submission
  • Evaluation of nonclinical package with respect to
    • Contraception recommendations for clinical trials
    • Go/no-go decisions in product development
    • Product labeling negotiations
  • Medical record and literature review for litigation
  • Report preparation and testimony
  • Presentations to regulatory agencies and advisory bodies
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Anthony R. Scialli, MD
Reproduction, the most important process in nature, is the result of a superbly coordinated series of events. The modern era has seen the introduction of chemical and physical agents that can disrupt these events and impair normal reproduction. This book satisfies the clinician's need to understand toxicology and its effect on human reproduction by explaining the lingo of the bench researcher and teaching the clinician how to use basic research in practice.
By Anthony R. Scialli, MD
One of the most popular areas in toxicology is environmental toxicology and its effects on human fertility. Designed as a clinical reference, this book focuses on both the mechanisms of reproductive failure (male and female) and the clinical techniques for assessing and monitoring the effects of various toxicants on the reproductive process. Section I provides a basic overview of the toxicologic effects of various agents on male and female reproductive physiology and the process of conception. Section II builds on this background and covers the mechanisms of toxicant action, describing the ways in which normal reproduction may become deranged.
Anthony R. Scialli, MD
Pharmacologic and Toxicologic Principles. Reproductive Medicine Series
Anthony R. Scialli, MD
Based on the proceedings of a conference held at Georgetown University. Provides expert guidance on assessing the clinical significance--whether transient and adaptive, or irreversible and pathological--of changes in the quality and quantity of sperm production after environmental chemical exposure. Presents EPA procedures and policies to estimate risk of injury to the male reproductive system, value of testicular and sperm profiles in optimizing reproductive success: lessons from selective breeding programs of domestic and laboratory animals, effects of radiation therapy and chemotherapy on testicular function, and calculation of incidence of infertility in human populations from sperm measures using the two-distribution model.
Anthony R. Scialli, MD
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