Dr. E. K. Sauerland, MD
The Well Informed Patient



Synopsis  of  Curriculum  Vitae


Professor, University of Nevada School of Medicine, Department of Physiology & Cell Biology, Reno, NV.


Naturalized U.S. Citizen (1967). College (Gymnasium) with major in physics and mathematics. Medical school (Germany) and research activities in neurophysiology, 1954-1960.  M.D. and Ph.D. Equivalent (Physiology), 1960.  Rotating internship plus one year of pathology residency in approved Canadian Hospital, 1960-62.  Research Scientist, Aerospace Medicine and Biophysics, Los Angeles, 1962-64.  Joined UCLA Faculty as Assistant Professor in 1964.  By 1971, he held the position of Associate Professor of Anatomy, Oral Medicine and Diagnosis, UCLA Schools of Medicine and Dentistry, and membership in the UCLA Brain Research Institute. - Professor of Anatomy, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, 1971-1980.  On active military duty as Major, USAF Medical Corps, 1980-83.  In military residency program, expanded horizon from gross anatomy to radiologic anatomy & diagnostic radiology, 1980-81.  Served as Director of Research, Clinical Investigative Facility at the US Air Force World Referral Center, Wilford Hall Medical Center, San Antonio, Texas, 1981-83.  In this capacity, he was responsible for the administrative, scientific and clinical correlation of more than 200 ongoing medical research projects and the management of a multi-disciplinary medical research and training facility. In addition, he was responsible for the design and initial construction of a new 6.1 Million Dollar Clinical Investigative Facility.  Received USAF Commendation Medal for administrative excellence. Continued to hold an Adjunct Professorship (Anatomy) at the University of Texas System from 1980 to 1988. -  Residency training program in Psychiatry at Loma Linda University Medical Center, Loma Linda, California, 1984-87.  Chief Resident in Psychiatry, 1986-1987.  Fellow in Academic Psychiatry, Loma Linda University Medical Center, 1987-1988.


REVISED:  March 2007




Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Texas, 1988-1991, and then Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry, 1991-92.  Staff Psychiatrist, MHMRA Houston, 1991-92. Medical Director, Bayshore Clinic, Mental Health and Mental Retardation Authority of Harris County (MHMRA), Houston, Texas, 1992-93 with University affiliation as Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Mental Sciences Institute, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. Extensive experience in forensic psychiatry: Chief Psychiatrist, Staff Psychiatrist, and Senior Psychiatrist, California Department of Corrections, Pelican Bay State Prison, 1996-99. Psychiatrist, Veterans Administration (VA) Hospital, Reno, Nevada, May 2003 – present. - Professor, University of Nevada School of Medicine, Reno, January 2003 – present. -  Author and Editor of several ongoing books including Grant’s Dissector (12 editions), The Well-Informed Patient Series, and “Clinical Anatomy by Models and Prosections.” Periodic Locum Tenens assignments in California and Texas (see page 2 or reverse side).


TOPIC CATEGORIES of publications (and/or video tapes) include the following: Neuro-physiological mechanisms; cortical (forebrain) influences on reflex activity of the entire neuraxis; cortical inhibitory mechanisms; the effects of ethyl alcohol on the isolated cerebral cortex; extensive electromyographic studies of the entire human oropharyngeal musculature with additional emphasis on the sleep apnea syndrome; neuro-radiological (C.T.) studies; studies on dissociative disorders with emphasis on Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID, formerly jnown as Multiple Personality Disorder, MPD); articles of urological interest, including The Well-Informed Patient Series (with emphasis on medical problems in the aging population).  - Current MEDICAL LICENSES in California and Washington State. Current DEA # BS 6275970.  NPI # 2084- P0800x.




REVISED:  March 2007