Middleton, Anthony, Jr., MD, FACS
- United States
Dr. Anthony Middleton, Jr (+)
- University of Utah, B.S. 1963 (Phi Beta Kappa); Cornell University Medical College; M.D. 1966 (Alpha Omega Alpha); Harvard, Massachusetts General Hospital, Urology Residency 1974.
- Board of Directors, Utah Symphony and Opera, 1985-2005; Board Chairman, Governor’s Crime Victim Reparations Board, 2002-2005, LDS Church Mission President, American Association of Clinical Fellow, American College of Surgeons; Founding Member, First
- 40 Years in Surgical Oncology. Urology, Clinical Education, overseeing residency
- Distinguished Service Award recipient from: Utah Medical Association 1993, American Association of Clinical Urologists 2000, Outstanding Service Award, Western Section AUA, 2005, American Urological Association 2011, Lifetime Achievement Award-Sterli
- Volunteer Work/ Charities:
- Served in USAF, LDS Church Mission President, British Columbia, 2005-2008.
- Published Works:
- Author or co-author of 31 scientific papers, 30 papers on organized medicine, one book chapter, and 175 papers given.
- Public Speaking:
- 140 lectures and presentations
- Keys To Success:
- There is no substitute for hard work
- Hobbies/ Interests:
- Skiing; Tennis; Playing the cello, spending time with his wife Carol Samuelson, five children, and 16 grandchildren.
- Military and Government Service :
- Captain in the U.S. Air Force, 1968-1970,
Dr. Anthony Middleton is Associate Clinical Professor in the Division of Urology at the University of Utah, and is also a clinical faculty member of the Department of Family and Community Medicine. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from The University of Utah in 1963 and an M.D. from Weill Cornell Medical College in 1966. Afterwards, he completed his residency in Urology at Massachusetts General Hospital. A second generation urologist, Dr. Middleton started a urology clinic, Middleton Urological Associates, with his brother before embarking on a teaching career.
As a medical school professor, Dr. Middleton’s central duties include overseeing residency programs, teaching urology residents at the clinical level, attending conferences, conducting seminars, and giving lectures. In an extension of his teaching duties, he has authored or co-authored more than 30 academic papers, one book chapter, and 24 exhaustive articles on the effects of socioeconomic constraints on medical issues. He has also delivered more than 130 lectures on urological health and procedures. Dr. Middleton has also been intimately involved with dozens of medical organizations throughout his career, and has represented several of these groups in the political sphere on matters related to insurance and policy measures. He is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons, a member of the Utah Medical Association and the American Association of Clinical Urologists, and has acted as a delegate to the American Medical Association.
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