He received his A.B. from the University of California, Berkeley in Human Relations, and his M.D. and M.S.P.H. from the University of Missouri, Columbia. He completed his Internship at the United States Public Health Service Hospital in San Francisco and his Residency at the University of California, San Francisco. Following his residency, he was a Public Science Service Resident with the National Science Foundation. Dr. Fisher serves as a member of the Board of the Science and Technology Corporation of the University New Mexico (STC@UNM).
· Keynote Speaker: Leadership Forum, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford (120 MDs and Leaders), 2006
· Genentech Hosted: Bay Area Executive Development Network Panel Member. Topic: Executive Coaching 2006
· University of California, Berkeley, School of Ophthalmology, The Business of Practice, 2002
Board Member: Science and Technology Corporation at the University New Mexico. (2000-present). STC.UNM (STC) is a nonprofit corporation formed by and owned entirely by the University of New Mexico (UNM) to protect and transfer its faculty inventions to the commercial marketplace. STC licenses innovative technology developed at UNM, including optics, microfluidics, and high performance materials as well as therapeutics, diagnostics, medical devices, and drug discovery tools.
Advisory Board: ab Inventio, The Invention Factory, Pasadena, CA (2007-present)
Board Member: Adapt, (SEM) 2008
Appointed by the Department of Defense (DOD) choice for 2006 to Joint Civilian Orientation Conference (JCOC) with 48 other executives and opinion leaders. Traveled to the Middle East to meet with senior military leaders. Tasked to independently form opinion of the quality of leadership in all five branches of the service and present findings upon return to relevant audiences of our own choosing (2006)
Initiated and Co Chaired conference to explore critical issues in the Middle East and impact on public statements of participants from JCOC. (2006)
Appointed Lifetime Nominatorto DOD JCOC Program (2006)
Awards: National Science Foundation Public Service Science Resident