About Michael Brumage
Dr. Michael Brumage is director of the Preventive Medicine Residency Program in the WVU School of Public Health and an associate director at the WVU Injury Control Research Center.
Director, Preventive Medicine Residency Program
- West Virginia University School of Public Health
- Occupational Medicine
Frosch, P.J., Brumage M.R., Schuster-Pavlovic, C., Bersch, A. "Atrophoderma Vermiculatum". Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology; 18 (3), 538-542. March 1988.
Brumage, M.R. “Teleradiology Link to Pohakuloa Training Area Goes Live”. Military Medical Technology; 4 (5), 27. November 2000.
Brumage, M.R., Chinn, S and Cho K. "Teleradiology in a military training area". Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare; 7: 348-352. December 2001.
Jeffrey S. Halsell, DO; James R. Riddle, DVM, MPH; J. Edwin Atwood, MD; Pierce Gardner, MD; Robert Shope, MD; Gregory A. Poland, MD; Gregory C. Gray, MD, MPH; Stephen Ostroff, MD; Robert E. Eckart, DO; Duane R. Hospenthal, MD, PhD; Roger L. Gibson, DVM, PhD; John D. Grabenstein, RPh, PhD; Mark K. Arness, MD, MTM&; David N. Tornberg, MD, MPH; and the Department of Defense Smallpox Vaccination Clinical Evaluation Team Additional Authors/The Department of Defense Smallpox Vaccination Clinical Evaluation Team: George W. Christopher, MD, Louis C. Coyle, DO, MS, Randolph E. Modlin, MD (Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, Germany), Bradley A. Lloyd, DO (39th Medical Group, Incirlik, Turkey), Renata J. M. Engler, MD, Limone C. Collins, MD (Vaccine Healthcare Center Network, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC), Michael R. Nelson, MD, PhD, Bryan L. Martin, DO (Allergy-Immunology, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC), J Russell Bowman, DO, MS (US Coast Guard Air Station Sitka, Sitka, Alaska), Donald Lehmann, MD (Sitka Medical Center, Sitka, Alaska), Matthew J. Hepburn, MD, Robert F. Setlik, MD, PhD, David P. Dooley, MD (Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, Tex), Steven J. Brewster, MD (Guthrie Ambulatory Clinic, Fort Drum, NY), Jonathan D. Beck, MD (Ambulatory Health Care Center, McGuire Air Force Base, NJ), Michael G. Stanley, DO, (US Army Hospital Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany), Michael R. Brumage, MD (Madigan Army Medical Center, Wash), Carol Alley, MD (US Coast Guard Base Clinic, Ketchikan, Alaska), Joseph G. Murphy, MD, Larry M. Baddour, MD (Mayo Clinic and Foundation, Rochester, Minn), Jeffrey S. Sartin, MD (Gundersen Lutheran, La Crosse, Wis), Cynthia Perry, DO, Chris C. Highley, DO (Reynolds Army Community Hospital, Fort Sill, Okla) Gorman Thorp, MD, FACC (Hendrick Medical Center, Abilene, Tex) and Marsha F. Lopez, PhD, Jeffrey L. Lange, PhD (Army Medical Surveillance Activity, Washington, DC). “Myopericarditis Following Smallpox Vaccination Among Vaccinia-Naive US Military Personnel”. Journal of the American Medical Association; 289: 3283-3289. June 2003.
Yamada S.C., Godich J., Brumage M.R. “Semmelweis Hand Hygiene Project”. American Journal of Infection Control. 36 (5), E114-E115. June 2008.
Brumage, M.R,. Gross, M. “In the Moment”. Training and Conditioning. Vol. XXV, No. 9: 23-27. December 2015.
Zullig, K.J., Lander L.R., Sloan S., Brumage M.R., Hobbs, G.R., Faulkenberry L. “Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention with Individuals Receiving Medication-Assisted Outpatient Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder”. DOI 10.1007/s12671-017-0784-0. Mindfulness online. August 7, 2017.
About Michael Brumage
Dr. Michael Brumage is director of the Preventive Medicine Residency Program in the WVU School of Public Health and an associate director at the WVU Injury Control Research Center. He is formerly the Executive Director of the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department and Health Officer for Kanawha County and Putnam County, West Virginia. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry (cum Laude) from West Virginia University (WVU) in 1982 and graduated from the WVU School of Medicine in 1986. He received his Master of Public Health in Epidemiology from the University of Washington in 2003. He is board certified in Internal Medicine and Preventive Medicine and is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and a Fellow of the American College of Preventive Medicine. Dr. Brumage retired as a Colonel from the United States Army in 2015 after 25 years of service as an internal medicine physician and later as a public health physician. He deployed twice to the Balkans and from 2004-2005 to Tikrit, Iraq with the First Infantry Division as the Division Surgeon, the equivalent of chief medical officer. He holds three Legion of Merit medals and a Bronze Star, among other awards, from his service.