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Career Highlights


  • 1967, Recipient of Scholastic Achievement Award (N.Y. State Regents).



  • 1967, Recipient of New York State Regents Scholarship.



  • 1967, Recipient of Governors Committee on Scholastic Achievement.



  • 1971, Recipient of Medical Scientists Training Program Grant(National Institute of Health).



  • 1975, M.S. Degree, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, New York University.



  • 1977, M.D. Degree, New York University School of Medicine.



  • 1977, Ph.D. Degree, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, New York University.



  • 1977-1978, Internship in internal medicine, NYU, Bellevue.



  • 1978-1980, Residency in internal medicine, NYU, Bellevue.



  • 1980, Board certified in internal medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine.



  • 1980-1982, Rheumatology Fellowship, Washington University/Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri.



  • 1982, Elected member of the American College of Physicians.



  • 1982, Elected member of the American Rheumatism Association.



  • 1982-1992, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, West Virginia University.



  • 1982, Board certified in Rheumatology by the American Board of Internal Medicine.



  • 1986, Appointed to Fellow, American Rheumatism Association.



  • 1988, Elected Fellow American College of Physicians (FACP).



  • 1989, Certified a Diplomat American Academy of Pain Management (AAPM).



  • 1990, Publication of the American College of Rheumatology criteria. Dr. Romano served on that criteria committee from 1986 to 1990.



  • 1992, Became regular columnist in the Journal of Musculoskeletal Pain for a column dealing with soft tissue rheumatism.



  • 1991, Appointed to the Education Committee of the American Academy of Pain Management.



  • 1993, Appointed editor of the Journal of Musculoskeletal Pain.



  • 1994, Served as member of the Vancouver Fibromyalgia Consensus Group.



  • 1997, Appointed Chairman of the examination committee of AAPM.



  • 1997, Appointed to the Board of Directors of AAPM.



  • 1999, Received award for “Outstanding Contribution to the Interdisciplinary Pain Management Literature” by AAPM.



  • 2001, Served as member of the Toronto Fibromyalgia Consensus Group.



  • 2002-2003, Served as President of Board of Directors of AAPM.



  • 2006, Served as section editor and published two chapters Weiner’s Pain Management, the official textbook of the AAPM.
 
 

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