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Dudley R. Callais 

5/1999-Present:     U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

                                Department of Research, Miami, New Orleans        

                                Tulane University School of Medicine

                                    Technical Editor and Chief Administrator:

Duties include: Editing scientific manuscripts for style, sense
and grammar. Worked directly with the editorial offices of most
major medical journals; submitting manuscripts for publication
and tracking publications (50 per year). Indexing published articles. Developed databases organizing slide presentations, scientific correspondence, lectures and published material. Created PowerPoint presentations of Tables and Figures from our published articles. Created fundraising brochures. Managed laboratory and administrative personnel, budget items, grant money, purchases, and operating expenses. Developed protocols for animal use studies and human clinical trials.  Personal Secretary to the esteemed Dr. Andrew V. Schally, Chief of the Endocrine Polypeptide and Cancer Institute. Performed other duties as required or requested

8/94-5/1999:  Kelly Services

                          Editor and Technical Writer:

Duties include: Developing user and training manuals for front-end software designed by Shell to be used with PDMS and AutoCAD.  Responsible for revising existing software manuals to reflect changes made in the in their most current releases.  Created, digitized and organized the electronic version of Texaco’s Rig Operations Manual.  Responsible for converting information from several platforms, to one standardized platform (Microsoft Office) keeping pace with Texaco’s current operating standards.  Created PowerPoint Presentations for local meetings and global conferences.

3/83 to 8/94:  Louisiana Statistical Research

                          Vice President, Operations:

Duties include: Data retrieval for Louisiana and Texas based oil companies working directly with the Department Of Interior and The Army Corps of Engineers.  Contracted to Graphics Information to orchestrate the set up and daily operation of a 35-person office in New Orleans, responsible for the capture of the MMS Offshore database, and a 16-person office in Houston, responsible for the capture of Exxon's OSAK and Paleo databases.  Provide technical support and training in a Windows & X-Windows environment.