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Robert Neal McEwan, American health facility administrator. Recipient Outstanding Service award Middle School Educators Association, 1988, STAR award Kalamazoo Gazette, Volunteer Action Center, 1989, Service Leadership award Gull Lake Area Community Volumes, 1990, Martin Luther King, Junior Community Service award, 2000.


McEwan, Robert Neal was born on September 6, 1949 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Thomas Cornealius and Esther (Johnson) master of Civil Engineering.


Bachelor of Science, Virginia Military Institute, 1971.


Medical technician United States Public Health Service, Washington, 1971-1972. Biologist McGuire Virginia Hospital, Richmond, 1972-1975. Research associate Frederick (Maryland) Cancer Research Facility, 1975-1984, The Upjohn Company, Kalamazoo, 1984-1993, critical care consultant Baltimore, 1993-1995.

Transplant specialist Roche Laboratories, Inc., 1995-1996. Administrative director The Comprehensive Transplant Center, Johns Hopkins University, since 1996. President, chairman board MEDBANK of Maryland, Inc., since 2000.

Adjunct faculty Medical School Northwestern University, Chicago, 1984-1987. Member industrial advisory board Center Virginia Governor's School, 1992-1995. Founder, leader Inch by Inch Bayview Medical Center, 19955.

Board directors Comprehensive Transplant Center, 19995.


Leader 4-H, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1988-1990. Founder, member Adventures in Spaces, president 1988-1990. Member Gull Lake Middle School Parent-Teachers Association, president 1987-1989, Gull Lake Area Community Volumes, president 1988.

Member American Society Microbiology, National 4-H Science Technology Design Team.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: golf, skiing, sailing, horseback riding, teaching science.


Married Elizabeth Mary Ross, August 24,, 1973. 1 child, Amy Elizabeth. Stepchildren: Gary W. Tizard, Jacqueline A. Klein.