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Robert J Campbell M.D.

Robert J Campbell M.D.

Assistant Dean for Student Affairs

robert.campbell@med.fsu.edu
850-645-9149
Main Campus

Job Description

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Biosketch


Dr. Campbell is a board-certified family physician who came to the FSU College of Medicine in 2006 after teaching at the University of South Florida College of Medicine for six years. While at USF, he was course director for the physical diagnosis I and II course as well as a preceptor for the family-medicine third-year rotation and a preceptor for many fourth-year electives. He achieved promotion and tenure in 2004. That year, he joined the faculty at Bayfront Family Medicine residency and expanded his teaching role to teaching residents. He was placed in charge of the inpatient medicine curriculum. In 2006, he joined the faculty of Florida State University College of Medicine in the Department of Family Medicine and Rural Health. He taught in several courses and became the Director of the Honors Medical Scholars program. In January of 2009, he was promoted to Assistant Dean of Student Affairs at the College of Medicine. When not teaching, he enjoys time with his family.

Education

Undergraduate:

B.S., Biology, University of South Florida, Tampa, Fla., 1991

Graduate:

M.D., University of South Florida College of Medicine, Tampa, Fla., 1995

Postgraduate:

Family Practice Residency, Bayfront Medical Center, St. Petersburg, Fla., 1995-98

Fellowship:

Faculty Development Fellowship, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C., 2001-02

Faculty Development Workshop Series, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, N.C., 1998

Service


Clinical care to the underserved at Madison County Health Department.

Clinical care to the underserved at Neighborhood Health Services

Honors/Awards



2003: University of South Florida Innovations in Medical Education Award

1998: Bayfront Resident Teacher of the Year

1998: The Charles Aucremann, M.D. Art of Medicine Award

Memberships



American Academy of Family Physicians

Florida Academy of Family Physicians

Society of Teachers of Family Medicine

Research Focus



Cancer Prevention

Obesity

Informatics and Information Technology in Medicine

Publications


Campbell RJ, Nagy S, Lagergren E What is the significance of CA-125 in the evaluation of abdominal pain? Evidence-Based Practice, in review

Campbell RJ, Nagy S, Collver R What is the workup of delayed menarche? Evidence-Based Practice, November 2008;11(11); 7

Campbell RJ, Sneed K Acute Congestive Heart Failure Induced by Rofecoxib. J. Am. Board Fam. Pract, March 2004;17; 131-135

Putzer GJ, Campbell RJ, et al. Prevalence of Type 2 Diabetic Patients Reaching the American Diabetic Association’s Target Guidelines in a University Family Practice Setting. Southern Medical Journal. 97(2):145-148, February 2004.

Van Durme DJ, Ullman R, Campbell RJ, Roetzheim RG. The Effects of Physician Supply on Melanoma Incidence and Mortality in Florida. South Med J. 2003 Jul;96(7):656-60.

Campbell RJ, Ramirez A, Perez K, Roetzheim RG. Cervical Cancer Rates and the Supply of Primary Care Physicians in Florida. Fam Med 2003;35(1):60-4

Boyett T, Davy L, Weathers L, Campbell RJ, Van Durme D, Roetzheim R. Sun Protection of Children at the Beach. J Am Board Fam Pract 2002;15:112-7

Davy L, Boyett T, Weathers L, Campbell RJ, Roetzheim RG. Sun Protection Counseling by Pediatricians. Ambulatory Pediatrics 2002;2:207-211

Boyett T, Davy L, Weathers L, Campbell RJ, Van Durme D, Roetzheim R. Sun Protection of Children at the Beach. J Am Board Fam Pract 2002;15:112-7.

Gonzalez EC, Roetzheim RG, Ferrante JM, Campbell R. Predictors of Proximal Versus Distal Colorectal Cancers: Results from a Population-based Study. Diseases of the Rectum and Colon 2001;44:251-8.

Roetzheim RG, Gonzalez EC, Ramirez A, Campbell RJ, Van Durme DJ. Primary Care Physician Supply and Colorectal Cancer. The Journal of Family Practice 2001;50:1027-1031.

Campbell, RJ, Ferrante, J, et al. Predictors of Late Stage Colorectal Cancer Diagnosis: Results of a Population-based Study. Cancer Detection and Prevention 2001; 25(5):430-438