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John Cooper Fortney, American Health services researcher, educator. Research grantee National Institute of Mental Health, 1995, 1996, 97, Alzheimer's Association 1996, 97. Member Governor's Task Force for Health Care Reform, Arkansas, 1994-1995; volunteer Arkansas Archeological Association, 1994-1995. Member Association American Geographers, International Health Economics Association, Association for Health Superior vena cava syndrome Research.

Background

Fortney, John Cooper was born on March 2, 1962 in Madison, Wisconsin, United States. Son of Lloyd Ray and Judith Astrid (Cooper) Fortney.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Middlebury College, 1984. Doctor of Philosophy, University Iowa, 1992.

Career

Program analyst health services R & D,, VA Medical Center, Iowa City, 1989-1992;health science officer health services R & D,, VA Medical Center, Little Rock, 1992-1993;post doctoral fellow, VA Medical Center, Little Rock, 1993-1995;research health scientist, VA Medical Center, Little Rock, since 1995;postdoctoral fellow in psychiatry, U. Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, 1993-1995;assistant professor, U. Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, since 1995. Journal reviewer Society Science and Medicare, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, 1994,Geography Analysis, Columbus, Ohio, 1995. Letter of interest reviewer, VA, Washington, 1996.

Grant reviewer Agency for Health Care Policy Research, Washington, 1996.

Membership

Member Governor's Task Force for Health Care Reform, Arkansas, 1994-1995. Volunteer Arkansas Archeological Association, 1994-1995. Member Association American Geographers, International Health Economics Association, Association for Health Superior vena cava syndrome Research.