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Qualifications Summary:

ubject matter expert
(SME) in space environments, future space habitats and space colonies, biological
effects of hypergravity (acceleration) and hypogravity associated with space flight incl
uding zero
G, Lunar (1/6
G), and Mars (1/3 G) gravity. Specialty knowledge in human aspects of space flight for the

following mission profiles:

Short duration space flight (Space Shuttle)

Long duration space flight (International Space Station, L
1 Gatewa
y, Exploration

Space colonization (Lunar Base, Mission to Mars, Mars Base, Asteroid Rendezvous, Capture,
Processing & Diversion)

including (but not limited to) survival, psychosocial, crew skill mix optimization and training, life support
(regenerative & nonregenerative), environmental monitoring, hazards analysis [e.g. ionizing & non
radiation, decompression sickness, etc.], space deconditioning, physiologic countermeasures, remote medical care,
productivity enhancement, extravehi
cular activity (EVA).

Residency trained and board certified in aerospace medicine with extensive experience in human space
operations, biomedical research issues, real time mission management (e.g. Mission Control, tele
robotics, etc.).

based experie
nce in multidisciplinary team building and project management, clinical medicine
biomedical research, and clinical validation of innovative technologies and information management

Pioneer in operational synchronous and asynchronous t
elemedicine applications.

Telemedicine business model development, network design and physician training.

Extensive domestic and international consulting experience.

Excellent project management, leadership, and communication skills.

Telemedicine / Medica
l Informatics / Aerospace Operations / Consultant Experience:

Founding Board Member, American Telemedicine Association

Served as External Consultant, The RAND Corporation, Santa Monica, CA

Partial list
clients include:

American Association for the
Advancement of Science / American Hospital Association / American
Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) / American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics
(AIAA) / American Medical Association (AMA) / American Telemedicine Association (A
TA) / American
Urological Association / Arizona Tool & Manufacturing Association / Australian Army Helicopter Forces
Baptist Memorial Health Care System, Inc., Memphis Tennessee / Barnes Hospital Healthcare System, St.
Louis Missouri / Canadian National
Research Council / Chinese Medical Association, Peoples Republic of
China, Beijing / College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) / Columbia
Presbyterian Medical Center, New York / Dallas Women’s Club / Department of Defense / Georgetow
University / Governor’s Conference on Telemedicine / Hamilton Civic Hospitals, Hamilton, Ontario / Health
Data Management Magazine / Health Informatics Management Association (HIMA) / Health Information
Systems Association (HISA) / Health Innovation Tech
nology Society / Health Resources Services
Administration (HRSA) / Health Strategy Institute / Hermann Hospital, Houston Texas / Holland America
Cruise Line / Indian Health Service / International Space University Intersociety Conference on


Systems (ICES) / State of South Dakota / Mayo Clinic / McDonnell Douglas Astronautics
Corporation / NASA Johnson Space Center, Texas / NASA Kennedy Space Center, Florida / NASA Lewis
Research Center, Ohio / National Trauma Symposium / NATO / New York Eye a
nd Ear Infirmary / New
York University Medical Center / Nihon University, Tokyo Japan / Oklahoma Venture Forum / Pacificare
Corporation / Samuel Merritt Hospital, Oakland California / Sharp Memorial Hospital, San Diego California
Space Development Conferen
ce / Space Studies Institute, Princeton University / Strategic Research Institute
(SRI) / Tele
Communications Association (TCA) / Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center / Texas
Christian University / TIME Magazine / Undersea Medical Society Universit
y Association for Emergency
Medicine / University of Alabama at Huntsville / University of California Davis / University of California
San Diego / University of Iceland, Reykjavik Iceland / University of New Mexico / University of Oklahoma
Health Sciences
Center / University of Queensland, Australia University of Texas Health Sciences Center
Houston / University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston / USAF School of Aerospace Medicine / Utah
State University / Wellesley Hospital, Toronto, Ontario / West Ge
rman Emergency Medical System,
Hamburg, West Germany / Western Trauma Association / Westchester Community College Foundation
World Presidents Organization / Wright
Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio / Young Presidents
Organization / Young Entrepreneurs

Professional Experience

National Aeronautics & Space Administration

Johnson Space Center, Houston

Group Manager, Human Test Support, Clinical Services Branch



Manage, coordinate and facilitate all aspects of medical support
and supervision capabilities, processes and
procedures for human test and astronaut training support in hazardous environments including vacuum chamber,
Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory, zero
G aircraft, altitude chamber and hyperbaric chamber operations. Dutie
s also
include disaster preparation and mitigation activities for NASA
wide natural (hurricane, tornado, flood), man
made (industrial hazard, spill, etc.), medical (H5N1, H1N1) and terrorist threats. Serves as Chair of the NASA
Johnson Space Center Dive M
edical Review Board and member of the Aerospace Medicine Board. Additional
duties include clinical coverage of the NASA’s Flight Medicine Clinic (physician to the astronauts). Also
involved in research and operational aspects of specific long
duration occu
pational flight hazards such as
ionizing radiation (galactic cosmic radiation and solar particle events), microgravity and toxic regolith (lunar

National Aeronautics & Space Administration

Johnson Space Center, Houston

Chief, Medical Informati
cs and Health Care Systems


Manage, coordinate, and facilitate the creation, evaluation, and implementation of effective, reliable, secure, and
robust medical informatics architectures to support ground
based clinical care with linkages to appro
medical research and clinical communities (internal and external to NASA). Responsible for requirements
definition, design, technology selection, and integration of elements to support anticipated flight
based clinical
care and monitoring capabiliti
es and maintenance of clinical proficiency for low earth orbit and expedition


missions in conjunction with appropriate flight hardware and mission organizations. Duties include effective and
ongoing communication/liaison with NASA
ohns Hopkins Advanced Physics Laboratory,
Department of Defense (DOD), Medical Informatics and Technology Applications Consortium (MITAC),
Russian Space Agency (RSA), European Space Agency (ESA), Japanese Space Agency (NASDA), Canadian
Space Agency (CSA),
and other public and/or private organizations as required. Other duties include successful
integration of interface engines for existing and anticipated databases (didactic & diagnostic), support of various
mission analogs with appropriate health care capa
bilities, ongoing ‘Technology Watch’ to identify candidate
‘horizon’ technologies of merit, dissemination of NASA technology for public use and direct clinical support of
NASA astronaut training and operational activities.

Deputy Project Manager, Kelsey
Seybold NASA Occupational Medicine Contract

NASA Manned Test Support Division


Provided clinical and occupational medicine support for astronauts, test directors, contract divers, and support
staff affiliated with JSC’s Neutral Buoyancy Laborato
ry, Extravehicular Activity (EVA), Robotics and Crew
Systems Operational Division. Other duties include medical representative for EVA flight procedures, hardware
compatibility verification, test readiness reviews, physiologic training (hypobaric environm
ents), clinical
hyperbaric medicine, and hypogravity environments (including lunar and Martian gravity). Also involved in
NASA telemedicine and medical informatics activities in support of NASA’s terrestrial extended medical
enterprise and clincal care to
be provided on International Space Station and Exploration
class Missions to the
moon, Mars, and beyond.

Logan & Associates, Inc.

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

President & CEO


Strategic telemedicine consulting firm specializing in clinical process
engineering, integration of information
management and telecommunications technology in operational health care, domestic and international
telemedicine planning and consulting services including needs assessments, development and verification of
cine business models, system configuration, network architecture, project management, systems
integration, training, and expansion. International consulting services provided to clients in Canada, Germany,
Scotland, Iceland, Japan, South Korea, Australia,
and the Peoples Republic of China.

International Space University

Strasbourg, France



Served as Managing Director and Senior Academic Officer for the 1989 Summer Session which included 127
graduate students from 27 countries, a core faculty
of 30, and 70 visiting faculty from over 15 nations. Served as
Mentor and Faculty Advisor for Lunar Base Project and Mars Exploration Project.


National Aeronautics & Space Administration

Johnson Space Center, Houston

Chief Liaison, Space Station Progr
am Office (1988

Chief, Medical Operations Branch (1984

Chief, Flight Medicine Clinic (1982

Responsible for developing, managing and implementing continuing NASA wellness and health maintenance
programs and for developing preflight, inflight,
and postflight preventive, diagnostic, and therapeutic clinical
medical capabilities for Space Station Freedom. Other duties included liaison work between the Life Sciences
Division and the Space Station Program Office in Reston, VA. Coordinated integra
tion of NASA life sciences
flight program and science program, served as Medical Project Manager of the NASA Telemedicine Spacebridge.
Had overall responsibility for managing and implementing the health care and wellness (preventive medicine)
programs for
astronauts and was responsible for all clinical medical and operational medical support for the
manned space program.

Specific management responsibilities included the following: Program Manager, Extended Duration Crew
Operations, NASA Space Station Progr
am Office (1988
89); Program Manager, Life Sciences Extended Duration
Orbiter Project, Life Sciences Division, NASA Headquarters (1988
89); Program Manager, Space Station Crew
Health Care Systems (CHeCS), Life Sciences Division, NASA Headquarters (1988
; Program Manager, Space
Station Health Maintenance Facility, NASA Johnson Space Center (1984
1988); and Senior RTOP (Research,
Technology, Operations, and Plans) Manager for ‘Crew Health Maintenance,’ ‘Medical Care in Space,’ and
‘Physiological Countermea
sures’ (1983

Only physician appointed to NASA’s Space Station Operations Task Force, Washington, D.C. Served as Deputy
Surgeon, Crew Surgeon, or Mission Control Surgeon for 25 Space Shuttle Flights.

Education and Residency Training

Wright St
ate University
School of Medicine

Dayton, OH


Aerospace Medicine


Residency in Aerospace Medicine


University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Oklahoma City, OK



Internship in Surgery


Southern Methodist University

Dallas, TX


Social Science



Biological Sciences


Professional Certification

Board Certification:

American Board of Preventive Medicine, 1982

Specialty Certification:

e Medicine, 1982

Medical Certification:

Diplomat, National Board of Medical Examiners

(Certificate Number 203199)

Medical Licenses:

Texas License G2179

Oklahoma License 12427


Academic and Research Honors

NASA Distinguished Speaker Award.

David M. Throckmorton Memorial Lecturer Award, University of Alabama School of Medicine at Huntsville

Massachusetts Medical Society Medical/Cultural Physician Exchange Program with People's Republic of China, 1993.

Julian E. Ward Memorial Award, presented
by the American Medical Association "in recognition of superior

performance and outstanding achievement in the art and science of aviation medicine during a residency training

program", 1982.

NASA Grant Award, Residency Training in Aerospace Medici
ne, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, 1979

Coyne H. Campbell Award, presented by the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center "in recognition of

outstanding scholarship, intellectual promise, and creative ability in medicine for the third
year of medical school,"


Vice Commandant's Award, ROTC Summer Camp, Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas, 1974

Anderson Award for Best Grade Point Average, Detachment 815, AFROTC, Southern Methodist University, Dallas,

Texas, 1973

fessional Appointments and Offices

Treasurer, American Telemedicine Association, 1996

President, Space Medicine Branch, Aerospace Medical Association, 1989

Associate Clinical Faculty, Wright State University School of Medicine, Dayton, OH,

Adjunct Scientist, Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, 1994

Oklahoma Academy of State Goals Task Force on Telecommunications, 1993

Governor’s Steering Committee on Telecommunications, State of Oklahoma, 1992

Associate Fellow, Spa
ce Medicine Branch, Aerospace Medical Association

Senior Associate, Space Studies Institute

Media Appearances & Presentations:

Featured on PBS, CanadaAM, The History Channel and numerous radio talk shows.

person appearances (invited presentations) in
Germany, Canada, United Kingdom, Russia, People’s Republic
of China, South Korea, Japan, Iceland, Guam, France, Costa Rica, Argentina, Australia and New Zealand.


“To ‘Glow’ Where No One Has Gone Before: The Risk of Radiation to Space Explo

O’Rangers E, and JS Logan

MedScape CME Series, February 2008

http://cme.medscape.com/viewprogram /8740

“Use of Thermoregulatory Models to Enhance Space Shuttle and Space Station Operations”

Pisacane VL, Kuznetz LH, Logan JS, Clark JB, and EH Wissl

Aviat Space Environ Med. 78(4 Suppl): A48
55, Apr 2007


“Thermoregulatory Models for Safety
Flight Issues for Space Operations”

Pisacane VL, Kuznetz LH, Logan JS, Clark JB, and EH Wissler

Acta Astronautica, Volume 59, Issue 7, p.
546, 2006


“Emergency and Your Medical Information”

Ramsey, CS and JS Logan


Safety and Total Health

National Aeronautics & Space Admini
stration (NASA)

Vol 10, No. 8, August 2005

Telemedicine and the New Medical Paradigm
Technology, Process Engineering, Business Models, and the
Changing Role of the Physician

Logan JS, Swartz DG. In Progress, 2006

“Anticipated Medical Conditions for I
nternational Space Station Medical Operations”

Bacal K, Hamilton DR, and JS Logan

Humans in Space Symposium, Banff, Alberta, May 19
22, 2003

“What Do You Need to “Stand and Fight” on Orbit? Medical Devices for Contingency Care on the International

Bacal K, Hamilton DR, Pettys RL, McDonald, PV, and JS Logan

Humans in Space Symposium, Banff, Alberta, May 19
22, 2003

“Electrocardiographic Monitoring of Astronauts on the ISS”

Hamilton DR, Mcculley PA, Smith BA, Voigt B, Ownby R, Yallampalli R
, and JS Logan

Humans in Space Symposium, Banff, Alberta, May 19
22, 2003

Designing the Concept of Operations for Medical Contingencies Aboard the International Space Station”

Bacal K, Hamilton DR, and JS Logan

Humans in Space Symposium, Banff, Albert
a, May 19
22, 2003

“The Ultrasound Detection of Thoracic Trauma on the ISS”

Hamilton DR, Melton SL, Sargsyan AE, Dulchavsky S, Beck G, Campbell M, Rasbury JA, Nicolaou S,
Kirkpatrick A, Guess TM, and JS Logan

Humans in Space Symposium, Banff, Alberta, May
22, 2003

Advanced Ultrasonic Diagnosis of Extremity Trauma: The FASTER Exam

Dulchavsky SA, Henry SE, Moed BR, Diebel LN, Marshburn T, Hamilton DR, Logan JS,

Kirkpatrick AW, Williams DR: J Trauma, 53(1): 28
32, 2002.

“A Strategic Vision for Telemedicine and Medical In
formatics in Space Flight”

Williams DR, Bashshur RL, Pool SL, Doarn CR, Merrell, RC, and JS Logan.

Telemedicine Journal and e
Health, Vol 6, Nov 4, 2001, pp 441

“Enhancing Medical Decision
Making Through Telemedicine”

Int. J. Healthcare Technology an
d Management, Vol. 2, No. 1/2/3/4, pp.255
270, 2000

“The Telemedicine Frontier: Going the Extra Mile”

Garshnek V, Logan JS, Hassell LH, Space Policy Journal, 13 (1) 37
46, 1997

“Telemedicine: Applying Telecommunications to Medical Care”

Swartz DG, Log
an JS. Proceedings of the 1994 Annual Health Information Management Systems Society
(HIMSS), Washington, D.C., October 3
5, 1994

forward Systems Avoid Problems of Interactive Video”

Logan JS. (Expert Opinion Column), Telemedicine Newsletter,
Miller Freeman, Inc., February, 1994

“Telemedicine 101: Innovations in Rural Health Care Delivery Systems”

Logan JS. in
Proceedings of Cooperative Solutions to Rural Health Care Problems:

Emergency Medical Services
University of California Davis Scho
ol of Medicine, June, 1993


“Telemedicine and International Disaster Response: Medical Consultation to Armenia and Russia Via a
Telemedicine Spacebridge”

Houtchens BA, Clemmer TP, Holloway HC, Kiselev AA, Logan, JS, et. al, Prehospital and Disaster Medi
Vol. 8, No. 1, 1993

“Oklahoma Medical Information Network”

Logan JS, Swartz, DG. AHEC News, Oklahoma City, OK, January 1993

“Telemedicine: New Telecommnications Markets for Health Care Applications”

Logan, JS. In:
communications Applica
tions in Business Today
, 1992, Annual Proceedings of the Tele
Communications Association, San Diego, CA, September 21
25, 1992

“Human Support Issues and Systems for the Space Exploration Initiative: Results from Project Outreach”

Aroesty JR, Zimmerman R
, Logan JS. RAND Note N
AF/NASA, The RAND Corporation, Santa Monica,
CA, December 1991

“NASA Goes To Ground”

Alter WS, Logan JS. Whole Earth Review, Winter Edition, No. 73, p 36
40, 1991

“Inflight Health Care Capabilities for Long Duration Mission
s: Objectives, Design Strategies, and Operational

Logan JS. (In)
Aerospace Science
, Proceedings of the 3rd Nihon University International Symposium on
Aerospace Science, Yajima K, (Ed), Nihon University, Tokyo, p151
157, 1991

“What Are
We Doing Out There Anyway: Linking International Space Goals to Real World Agendas”

Logan JS, (In)
Aerospace Science
, Proceedings of the 3rd Nihon University International Symposium on
Aerospace Science, Yajima K, (Ed), Nihon University, Tokyo, p545

“Space Technology Applied to Terrestrial Medicine”

Logan JS, (In)
Qualitatssicherung in

der Notfallmedzin
, Herden HN, Moeke H, (Ed), ISBN 3
4, 1990

“Medical Impact Analysis for the Space Station”

Gardner R, Ostler D,
Nelson B, Logan JS,
Space Environ. Med,
61(2): 169
175, 1990

“Health Maintenance on Space Station”

Logan JS (In)
Working in Orbit and Beyond: The Challenges for Space Medicine
. Lorr D, Garshnek V, Cadoux
C (Ed), American Astronautical Society,
Volume 72 Science and Technology Series, 87
99, 1989

“The Role of Smart Medical Systems in the Space Station”

Gardner R, Ostler D, Nelson B, Logan JS,
International Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing
, Vol. 6:
98, 1989

“A Medical Decision S
upport System for the Space Station Health Maintenance Facility”

Ostler D, Gardner R, Logan JS,
Proceedings of the

Twelfth Annual Symposium on Computer Applications in
Medical Care
, Washington, D.C., November 6
9, 1988

“Medical Requirements of an Infligh
t Medical System for Space Station”

Logan JS, JSC 31013, Space Station Projects Office, Johnson Space Center, July 14, 1986

“Health Maintenance Onboard the Space Station”

Logan JS,
Proceedings 8th Biennial Conference on Space Manufacturing
, Princeton,
NJ, May 6
9, 1987.

“Considerations in the Design of a Health Maintenance Facility”

Logan JS, Jurmain MH,
Research and Technology Annual Report 1986
. NASA Technical Memorandum 58227,
p7, 1986

“Treatment Capabilities of Space Station Health Maintenance


Logan JS, Stolle MF,
Research and Technology Annual Report 1986
. NASA Technical Memorandum 58227, p8.

“Medical Requirements of an Inflight Medical System for Space Station”

Logan JS,
Proceedings of Space: Biomedicine and Biotechnology
National Research Council of Canada,
Ottawa, May 29
30, 1986, p21

“An Approach to the Design of the Inflight Medical Care Delivery System Aboard Space Station”

Logan JS,
Procs of American Association for the Advancement for Science
, Philadelphia, Ma
y 25
30, 1986

“Medical Requirements of an Inflight Medical System for Space Station”

Logan JS,
Proceedings of Space: Biomedicine and Biotechnology
, National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa,
May 29
30, 1986, p21

“A Total Parenteral Nutrition Syst
em for Emergency Use Aboard the Space Station Health Maintenance Facility”
Broadwell DK, Logan JS,
Preprints of the 1986 Annual Scientific Meeting,
Aerospace Medical Association,
Nashville, 1986

“Preparing a Health Care Delivery System for Space Station”

Logan JS, Stewart GR,
Proceedings of the Fifteenth Intersociety

Conference on Environmental Systems,
of Automotive Engineers, San Francisco, 1985

“Medical Results of STS Operations”

Vanderploeg JM, Logan JS, Leach CS, Taylor GR, Peirson DL,
eprints of the 1984 Annual Scientific Meeting
Aerospace Medical Association, May 1984.

“Medical Operations Support for Spacelab

Vanderploeg JM, Logan JS, Shulman EL, Kuklinski P,
Preprints of the 1984 Annual Scientific


Aerospace Medical Ass
ociation, May 1984

“Health Care Delivery System for Long Duration Manned Space Operations”

Logan JS, Shulman EL, Johnson PC,
SAE Technical Paper Series (831134)
, Thirteenth Intersociety Conference
on Environmental Systems, San Francisco, California, Jul
y 11
13, 1983

“Cardiac Function Monitoring by Impedance Cardiography During Changing Seatback Angles and Anti
G Suit

Logan JS, Veghte JH, Frey MAB, Robillard LMJ, Mann BL, Luciani RJ,
Aviat. Space Environ. Med
. 54(4):328
333, 1983

“Medical O
perations and Life Sciences Activities on Space Station”

Logan JS, et al.,
NASA Technical Memorandum 58248
. Johnson PC, Mason JA, (Eds), Lyndon B. Johnson Space
Center, October, 1982

“Current Issues in Space Medicine”

Vanderploeg JM, Logan JS,
of the 1983 Annual Scientific Meeting,
Aerospace Medical Association

“Noninvasive Assessment of Cardiac Function at 2, 3, and 4 + Gz with and without Anti
G Inflation”

Logan JS, Robillard LMJ, Veghte JH, Frey MAB,
Preprints of the 1982 Annual Scientifi
c Meeting
, Aerospace
Medical Association, p. 163

“Impedance Cardiography Waveform Variations”

Robillard LMJ, Hudgson KE, Logan JS, Poter G, Rogers GB,
Preprints of the 1982 Annual Scientific Meeting,

Aerospace Medical Association, p.116

ession Sickness”

Hadley AT, Berry MA Logan JS,
American Family Physician,
Vol. 26, No. 1, January 1982.

“Isozymes of L(+)
LDH in Hymenolepis Diminuta”


Logan JS, Ubelaker JE, Vrijenhoek RC,
Comp. Biochem. Physoil. B.
, Comp. Biochem., 57(1):51
33, 1977