About the Founder
Dr. Smith is President of the Center of International Rehabilitation (CIR) and founder of Physicians Against Land Mines.
He is a board-certified physiatrist, trained prosthetist and Principal Investigator on the CIR’s International Disability Educational Alliance grant from the U.S. Department of Defense. Dr. Smith serves as adjunct clinical instructor at Northwestern University Medical School. A past recipient of the Scholl Recognition Award for Rehabilitation Research, he is a past member of the United States Council on International Disabilities and a past Chair of the working group on post conflict development and disabilities for the National Council on Disabilities.
His presentations on the health consequences of landmines and international rehabilitation issues have been featured at numerous international conferences, including those of the American Medical Association, Rotary International, and the United Nations Association of the United States of America. A graduate of Duke University, Dr. Smith completed medical school at Georgetown University and residency at Northwestern University and the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago.
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