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CURRICULUM VITAE

Bradley Bruce Randall, M.D.

 
Office:            
Dakota Forensic Consulting
2441 Stanton Dr.
Sioux Falls, SD  57103
605-359-1419
fornsix@aol.com
www.dakotaforensics.com

Elected Office:                            
Minnehaha County Coroner, 1982-1988

Appointed Office:                        
Deputy Iowa State Medical Examiner, 1985-1987
Minnehaha County Coroner, 1989-October, 2010
South Dakota Special Death Investigator,  1990-November, 2010

Birth Date/Place:                        
8/12/50, Hampton, IA

Marital Status:                            
Married - two children

Premedical Education:                
University of Iowa
Iowa City, Iowa
Psychology and General Science
B.S. - 1971 (Summa Cum Laude)

Medical Education:                     
University of Iowa
Iowa City, Iowa
M.D. - 1975

Residency:                                 
University of North Carolina
Pathology Resident
1975-1977, 1978-1980

North Carolina Chief Medical Examiner's Office
Fellow, Forensic Pathology
(Assistant Chief Medical Examiner)
1977-1978

Licensures:                                
South Dakota - 2/2/81, #2616
Inactive licenses: Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Carolina

Board Certification:                      
National Board of Medical Examiners - 7/1/76
American Board of Pathology in Anatomic, Clinical,and Forensic Pathology - 6/25/80
American Association of Medical Review Officers – 10/24/93
Recertified – 05/08/98

Other Activities:                          
Associate Editor – Handbook of Forensic Pathology, Second Edition, College of American Pathologists, February, 2003

Morgue Director and on-site forensic pathologist, United #232 crash site, Sioux City, IA, July 1989

Former Member, Region VIII DMORT

Member, Forensic Pathology Committee of the College of American Pathologists  (1993-2002)

Member, National Medical Examiner – Coroner Advisory Committee of the American Red Cross/American Tissue Services Foundation  (2002 - 2005 )

Member, LifeSource Medical Examiner/Coroner Advisory Committee 2005 – 2010.

Investigator and steering committee member of IHS/CDC Aberdeen Area Infant Mortality Study (1991-1998)

Perinatal and Infant Mortality Review Board, Aberdeen Area Indian Health Service, 1986-present

Former Medical Review Officer for a four-state region

Chairman, Regional Infant and Child Mortality Review Committee 1997- February 2011.

Member, Workshop that developed “Guidelines of Death Scene Investigation of Sudden, Unexplained Infant Deaths” – formulated in the Recommendations of the Interagency Panel on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Bethesda, MD – July, 1993

Member,  Sudden Unexplained Infant Death Initiative (SUDI) National Steering Committee, Atlanta, GA,  2003-2005

Member and Co-Investigator, Pathology steering committee of the Prenatal Alcohol and Stillbirth SIDS Research (PASS) network  2005-present.

Member, Iowa Medical Society Committee on Forensic Medicine, 1992 - 1994

Crash Survival Investigators School Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ    May 1978

Forensic Anthropology AFIP, Bethesda, MD May 1998

Topics in Advanced Forensic Pathology AFIP/FBI, Quantico, VA April 1998

World Congress on Infant Head Trauma, attendee, Plano TX, November 15-17, 2013

Laboratory Medical Director, OmegaQuant Laboratory, Sioux Falls, SD 2009 - present.

South Dakota Voices for Children – Champion for Children Award (4/30/2010)

Member, South Dakota Voices for Children Policy Committee, 2010 - 2014.

Paid Consultant, South Dakota Department of Health, for issues involving Death certification and infant death investigation, 2012 – present

Professional Associations:

American Society of Clinical Pathologists – 1976 – present.
American Academy of Forensic Scientists – 1980 –present.
(Fellow, 1989)
College of American Pathologists - 1982 - present
(current emeritus Fellow and prior delegate [1986-1996])
National Association of Medical Examiners (Fellow) – 1982 – present.
South Dakota Society of Pathologists – 1981 - 2005 (President 1988 - 92)
Midwestern Association of Forensic Scientists – 1987 - 1990
Iowa Association of Medical Examiners (Associate Member 1994 - 2005)

Teaching Appointments:              
Professor – 05/2003 - present
Associate Professor - 1986-05/2003
Clinical Associate Professor - 1981-1986
Department of Pathology
The University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine

Instructor:  South Dakota DCI homicide school
Consultant to the South Dakota Crime Laboratory
November 1984-2010

Visiting Lecturer, University of Iowa Department of Pathology (Forensic Pathology Lecture Series), 1991-2005

Clinical Associate Professor - 5/98 - 2005
Clinical Assistant Professor - 7/94 - 5/98
Department of Pathology University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine Iowa City, IA

Associate, Department of Pathology University of Iowa - 7/80-3/81

Instructor, Department of Pathology University of North Carolina - 1979-80

Bibliography:

  1. Randall BB.  Fatty Liver and Sudden Death. Carolina Forensic Bulletin, 4(1): 1-5, 1979.

  2. Randall BB.  Fatty Liver and Sudden Death.  A Review.  Human Pathology, 11(2):147-153, 1980.

  3. Randall BB.  Sudden Death and Hepatic Fatty Metamorphosis:  A North Carolina Survey.  JAMA, 243:1723-1725, 1980.

  4. Randall BB, Gwyther RE, and Sloane M.  Medical-Legal Death Investigation and the Family Physician.  Fam Med Rev 1:100-107, 1981.

  5. Randall BB and Corbett B.  Halothane Poisoning and Anesthesia Deaths:  Detection and Prevention.  J Forensic Sci 27:225-230, 1982.

  6. Randall B and Riis R.  Penile Glycogenated Epithelial Cells as an Indicator of Recent Vaginal Intercourse.  Am J Clin Pathol 1985; 84:524-526.

  7. Rance F and Randall B.  Fatal Intravenous Drug Abuse Secondary to Streptomycin Overdose.  J Forensic Sci 1986; 31:1150-1153.

  8. Randall B, Gerry G and Rance F.  Dicyclomine in the Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)--A Cause of Death or an Incidental Finding?  J Forensic Sci 1986; 31:1470-1474.

  9. Randall B.  Persistence of Vaginal Spermatozoa as Assessed by Routine Cervicovaginal (PAP) Smears.  J Forensic Sci 1987; 32:678-683.

  10. Randall B.  Glycogenated Squamous Epithelial Cells as a Marker of Foreign Body Penetration in Sexual Assault, J Forensic Sci, March 1988; 33:511-514.

  11. Springer EE, Laber TL and Randall BB.  The Examination of Vaginally Inserted Plastic Tampon Applicators for Genetic Markers and Evidence of Prior Sexual Intercourse.  J Forensic Sci, September 1988; 33:1139-1145.

  12. Randall BB and Newby P.  Comparison of Gunshot Wounds and Field-Tipped Arrow Wounds Using Morphologic Criteria and Chemical Spot Tests.  J Forensic Sci, May 1989, 34:579-586.

  13. Randall BB and Jaqua RA.  Gunshot Entrance Wound Abrasion Ring Width as a Function of Projectile Diameter and Velocity, J Forensic Sci 36:138-144, Jan 1991.

  14. Randall B.  Body Retrieval and Morgue Operation of the Crash of United Flight #232, J Forensic Sci 36:403-409, Mar 1991.

  15. Randall B.  Fatal Hypokalemic Thyrotoxic Periodic Paralysis Presenting as a Sudden, Unexplained Death in a Cambodian Refugee, Am J of For Med Path, 13 (3):204-206, 1992.

  16. Randall B and Newby P.  Ballistic Characteristics of Shot Shell Buffer, J Forensic Sci 37:1019-1025, July 1992.

  17. Randall B and Fraser B.  Peanut Butter and Fatal Fluoride Poisoning, Am J of For Med Path, 15:(1) 40-43, 1994.

  18. Randall B, Butts J, Halsey J.F.  Elevated Postmortem Tryptase in the Absence of Anaphylaxis, J Forensic Sci, Vol. 40, No.2, March 1995, pp 208-211.

  19. Randall B.  Witnessed Sudden Infant Death Syndrome: A Case Report.  Journal of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and Infant Mortality.  1(1):53-55, 1996.

  20. Randall BB and vanAmerogen LA.   Commercial Laboratory Practice Evaluation of Air-Dried/Rehydrated Cervicovaginal Smears Versus Traditionally-Fixed Smears, Diagn. Cytopathol. 16:(2)174-176, 1997.

  21. Randall BB.  Trends in Infectious Disease Mortality (letter).  JAMA 275(18): 1399-1400, 1996.

  22. Randall B, Jaqua MJ, McCracken R, Jaqua, RA.  Delayed Autopsy of A Case of Community Acquired Pneumococcal Meningitis.  Observations by Light and Electron Microscopy,   Clinical Microbiology Newsletter 19:(3)21-24,1997.

  23. Johnson VP, Keppen LD, Carpenter MS, Randall BB, and Newby PE.  New Syndrome of Spondylospinal Thoracic Dysostosis with Multiple Pterygia and Arthrogryposis, Am. J. Med. Genet. 69:73-78, 1997.

  24. Randall BB, Fierro MF, Froede RC.  Practice Guideline for Forensic Pathology, Arch Pathol Lab Med, 122:1056-1064, 1998.

  25. Randall B and Randall L.  Initiation of Formal Death Investigation Procedures Among the Northern Plains Indians.  A Necessary Adjunct in the Study of American Indian Sudden Infant Deaths.  Am J of For Med Path, 20(1):22-26, 1999.

  26. Keppen LD and Randall B.  Inborn Defects of Fatty Acid Oxidation:  A Preventable Cause of SIDS.   SD J of Med, 51:187-189, June 1999.

  27. Randall B and Wilson A.  An Illustrative Example of Infant and Child Death Review in South Dakota:  The 1998 Annual Report of The Regional Infant and Child Mortality Review Committee.  SD J of Med, 52:423-427, Nov 1999.

  28. Randall B and Wilson A.  The 1999 Annual Report of the Regional Infant and Child Mortality Review Committee.  SD J of Med, 53(10):451-454, Oct 2000.

  29. Randall, B.  Survey of Forensic Pathologists, The Am J Forensic Med & Path, 22(2):123-127, 2001.

  30. Randall BB, Wilson A.  The 2000 annual report of the Regional Infant and Child Mortality Review Committee.   SD Journal of Medicine54(11):447-451, 2001.

  31. Randall BB, Graham M.  Interaction with the Media.  Handbook of Forensic Pathology 46:451-457, 2003

  32. Randall BB, Wilson, A. The 2001 annual report of the Regional Infant and Child Mortality Review Committee.  SD Journal of Medicine, 2002;55(11):471-475

  33. Randall BB, Wilson A.  The 2002 annual report of the Regional Infant and Child Mortality Review Committee.  SD Journal of Medicine, 2003; 505-509

  34. Randall BB, Wilson A.  The 2003 Annual Report of the Regional Infant and Child Mortality Review Committee.  SD Journal of Medicine, 2004; 57(12):539-543

  35. Kinney CH, Randall BB, et al.  Serotonergic Brainstem Abnormalities in Northern Plains Indians with the Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.  Journal of Neuropathology and Experimental Neurology, 2003; 62(11):1178-1191

  36. Randall BB, Wilson A.  The 2004 Annual Report of the Regional Infant and Child Mortality Review Committee.  SD Med, 2006; 59(6):251-254.

  37. Randall BB, Wilson A.  The 2005 Annual Report of the Regional Infant and Child Mortality Review Committee.  SD Med, 2006; 59 (11):473-477.

  38. Wilson A, Randall BB  The State of South Dakota’s Child: 2006 – Part II – Safe Sleep.  SD Med, 2007,60 (2): 55-61.

  39. Randall BB, Wilson A.  The 2006 Annual Report of the Regional Infant and Child Mortality Review Committee. SD Med, 2007; 60 (9):343-351.

  40. Donelan KJ, Randall BB, Newby PE. A 51-year old man with an unexpected acute intraventricular and subarachnoid hemorrhage within a choroid plexus xanthogranuloma presenting at autopsy. Brain Pathology 2009; 19: 151-152.

  41. Randall BB, Wilson A. The 2007 Annual Report of the Regional Infant and Child Mortality Review Committee. SD Med, 2008; 61 (8):287-293.

  42. Randall BB Blood and tissue spatter associated with a chainsaw dismemberment. J For Sci. In press, July, 2009.

  43. Randall BB, Wadee SA, Sens MA, Kinney HC, Folkerth RD, Odendall, JH, Dempers, JJ. A Practical Classification Schema Incorporating Consideration of Possible Asphyxia in Cases of Sudden Unexpected Infant Death. Forensic Science, Medicine and Pathology. May 31, Epub 2009

  44. Randall BB, Wilson A. The 2008 Annual Report of the Regional Infant and Child Mortality Review Committee. SD Med, 2009; 62(12): 471-7.

  45. Wilson A, Randall BB. The state of South Dakota’s Child: 2009. SD Med, 2010; 63(1): 9-13.

  46. Odeendall HJ, Elliot A, Kinney HC, Human M, Gaspar D, petersen D, B, Randall Dempers J. Consent for Autopsy Research in Unexpected Death in Early Life. Obstetrics and Gynecology 2011; 117:167-7 1.

  47. Randall BB, Wilson A. Regional Infant and Child Mortality Review Committee: 2009 Final Reporr. SD Med., 2010;63(10):343-7.

  48. Randall BB, Donelan K, Koponen M, Sens MA, Krous H. Application of a Classification System Focusing on Potential Asphyxia for Cases of Sudden Unexpected Infant Death. Forensic Science, Medicine and Pathology. 2011 Oct 10, Epub

  49. Randall BB, Wilson A. Regional Infant and Child Mortality Review Committee: 2010 Final Report. SD Med, 2011; 64(12): 455-62.

  50. Kvigne VL, Randall BB, Simanton EG, Brenneman G, Welty TK. Blood Alcohol Levels for American Indian Mothers and Newborns, Pediatrics, 2012; 130: 1015-8.

  51. Randall BB, Paterson D, Haas E, Broadbelt K, Duncan J, Mena O, Krous HJ, Trachtenberg F, Kinney H. Potential Asphyxia and Brainstem Abnormalities in Sudden and Unexpected Death in Infants. Pediatrics. 2013; 132(6): 1616-25.

  52. Randall BB. Pediatric Death Scene Investigation in Forensic Pathology of Infancy and Childhood, Vol. 1. Collins KA & Byard RW editors. Springer Reference New York 2014 p. 27-57.

  53. Randall BB. Death Investigation in South Dakota Indian Country. Academic Forensic Pathology. 2014 4(1): 65-69.

  54. Randall BB. Death certification: A primer Part I – An introduction to the death certificate. SD Med, 2014; 67 (5): 196-9.

  55. Randall BB. Death certification: A primer Part II – The cause of death statement. SD Med, 2014; 67 (6): 231-5.

  56. Randall BB. Death certification: A primer Part III – Certainty and the unknown cause of death. SD Med, 2014; 67 (7): 269-71.

  57. Randall BB. Death certification: A primer Part IV – Problems in death certification. SD Med, 2014; 67 (8): 315-19.

  58. Wilson AL, Hemminson TA, Randall BB. State of South Dakota's Child: 2015. SD Med, 2016; 69(1):7-12.

  59. Dempers JJ, Coldrrey J, Nat Dip, Burger EH, Thompson V, Wadee SA, Odendaal HJ, Sens MA, Randall BB, Folkerth RD, Kinney HC, Pass Network. The institution of a standardized investigation protocol for sudden infant death in the Eastern Metropole, Cape Town, South Africa. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 2016 doi: 10.1111/1556-4029, 13204.

  60. Wilson AL, Hemmingson TA, Randall BB. State of South Dakota’s Child: 2016. SD Med, 2017;70(1): 7-12.

Speaker:

  1. Invited speaker, North Carolina Medical-Legal Seminar
    Topic:  Hepatic Fatty Metamorphosis Related to Sudden Deaths, November 1978
    Topic:  Mass Disaster Management, The Crash of United #232, April 1990

  2. Program coordinator and speaker, USD/LCM
    Annual Forensic Pathology Seminar, 1982 - 1993

  3. Invited speaker, LCM/Iowa DCI Forensic Pathology Seminar
    Topic:  The Laboratory Investigation of Rape, June 1983

  4. USD teleconference presenter:  The Laboratory Investigation of Rape
    For South Dakota, March and September 1982
    For Oklahoma, July 1983
    For North Dakota, September 1983

  5. Forensic Pathology and Death Investigation for the Family Practitioner.  South Dakota Academy of Family Practice, Rapid City, SD, August 1983.

  6. Multiple presentations to area hospitals, clinics and law enforcement agencies regarding forensic pathology and rape examination.

  7. Radiology in Forensic Pathology.  South Dakota Radiology Technologist Convention, May 1,1987.

  8. Medicolegal Investigation of Death Conference, Lincoln, NE
    (Gunshot wounds, Blunt trauma and Rape), October 1, 1992.

  9. Minnesota Coroner's and Medical Examiners' Annual Forensic Science Seminar (Blunt trauma-weapon correlation), October 8, 1992.

  10. Indian Health Service Coroner Training Program, Rapid City, SD,
    June 1992 - 1998.

  11. South Dakota Rural Health Conference (Death Certification),
    Sioux Falls, SD, November 5, 1992.

  12. South Dakota Society of Medical Technology Spring Meeting, Topic: “Drug Testing in the Workplace”, Pierre, SD, April 30, 1993.

  13. Workshop on Guidelines for Scene Investigation of Sudden Unexplained Infant Deaths - NIH/CDC, Rockville, MD, July 1993.

  14. Certifying Cause of Death Project - National Institute of Health Statistics, Indianapolis, IN, August 1993.

  15. Invited Speaker, FBI/CAP Medicolegal Investigation of Death and Injury in Child Abuse and SIDS Course, Salt Lake City, UT, August 14, 1995.

  16. Invited speaker, Clinical Laboratories of the Midwest Seminar “Drug Testing and MRO Information”, Sioux Falls, SD, April 15, 1996.

  17. Invited speaker, Clinical Laboratories of the Midwest Seminar “Laboratory Management
    Seminar”, Topic: “Practical Aspects of Safety”, Sioux Falls, SD, September 21, 1996.

  18. Instructor, Federal Bureau of Investigation “Medicolegal Investigation of Death Course”,
    Salt Lake City, UT, February 27, 1997.

  19. Invited speaker, 2000 SDSCLS/CLMA Convention, Topic "United 232 Crash Investigation", Mitchell, SD, May 3, 2000.

  20. Invited speaker, 2000 Children's Healthcare Symposium, Topic: "SIDS: The Pathologist's View", October 6, 2000.

  21. Invited speaker, SD Public Health Conference, Topic:  "Initiating and Maintaining A Regional Infant and Child Death Review Committee in SD", June 20, 2001.

  22. Invited speaker, TriState Medical Technology Conference – Topic:  “Forensic Toxicology” , October 23, 2002, Sioux Falls, SD,.

  23. Invited speaker, Iowa Association of County Medical Examiners Fall Meeting, Topic:  “Sexual
    Assault Work-up”, November 8, 2002, Des Moines, IA. 

  24. Invited speaker and chief presenter:  “The Investigation of Sudden Unexpected Infant
    Deaths,” University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, March 29-30, 2007.

  25. Sudden Unexplained Infant Death Investigation ‘Train the Trainer’ National Academy, Seattle, WA May 12-15, 2008.

  26. Invited speaker (Investigation of Infant Death Scenes and Evolution of Death Investigation in the United States), Pathvine Conference (national South Africa pathology meeting), Somerset west, South Africa, September 2-3, 2010

  27. Invited speaker (Asphyxia and the death scene investigation in infant deaths) for the SIDS Program, Department of Pathology, Children’s Hospital (Harvard), Boston, MA and the Physiology Department, Dartmouth University. February 17, 2012

  28. Invited speaker (Forensic Investigation and Evaluation of Drowning Victims and Motor Vehicle Crash Victims) - Blunt Trauma and Motor Vehicle Crash Injuries - Minnehaha County Coroner/Medical Examiner Seminar October 5, 2015

  29. Student presentations on Death Investigation and Changing Perspectives on Sudden Unexplained Infant Death to – Research Initiative for Student Enhancement – Undergraduate Program (RISE UP) CDC & Kennedy Krieger Institute, Johns Hopkins University 7/23/16

Abstracts/Presentations:

          Randall BB.  Sudden death and hepatic metamorphosis.  American Academy of Forensic Sciences Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, 1979.

          Randall BB.  Glycogenated squamous epithelial cells as a marker of foreign body penetration in sexual assault.  Academy of Forensic Scientists Meeting, San Diego, CA, February 1987.

          Randall BB.  Persistence of vaginal spermatozoa as assessed by routine cervicovaginal (Pap) smears.  American Society of Clinical Pathologists Meeting, San Francisco, CA, February 1987.

          Randall BB, Newby P.  Comparison of gunshot wounds and field-tipped arrow wounds using morphologic criteria and chemical spot tests.  American Academy of Forensic Sciences Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, 1988.

          Randall BB, Jaqua RA.  Relative Abrasion Ring Prominence as a Function of Projectile Diameter and Velocity in Gunshot Wounds, American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Las Vegas, NV, February 1989.

          Randall BB.  "Who's in Charge Here?  Old Bones Versus New", World Archeology Conference, Vermillion, SD, August 1989.

          Randall BB.  Body Retrieval and Morgue Operation of the Crash of United Flight #232, American Academy of Forensic Sciences Annual Meeting, Cincinatti, OH, February 1990.

          Randall BB.  Ballistic Characteristics of Shot Shell Buffer, American Academy of Forensic Sciences Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA, February 1991.

          Halsey JF, Randall BB.  Elevated Postmortem Tryptase in Absence of Anaphylaxis, American College of Allergy and Immunology Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, November 1993.

          Randall BB, Habbe D, Wilson H, Randall LL.  High Native American Infant Mortality and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Rates Documented by Aberdeen Area Infant Mortality Study Autopsy Data.  Fourth SIDS International Conference, Bethesda, MD, June 1996.

          Randall BB, Brewer D, Wilson H, Randall LL.  Initiation of Formal Death Investigation Procedures Amongst the Northern Plain Indians:  A Necessary Adjunct in the Study of Native American Indian Sudden Infant Deaths.  Fourth SIDS International Conference, Bethesda, MD, June 1996.

          Wilson A, Randall BB.  The Development of A Regional Infant and Child Mortality Review Committee.  SD Rural Health Conference, Sioux Falls, SD, April 25, 2001.

          Trasatti R, Randall BB.  New Advances in Death Records Management: What Hospitals and Physicians Need to Know.  National Association for Public Health Statistics, Tucson, AZ  May 11, 2005

          Randall BB, Sens MA, Folkerth RD, Odendall HJ, Kinney HC, Wadee SA, Dempers JJ. A Practical Infant Death Classification Schema. SIDS 2008 Conference, Portsmouth, UK June 23-25, 2008.

          Randall BB, Donelan K, Koopen M, Krous HF, Kinney HC, Sens MA. Application of a New Classification System for infant Deaths That Allows Consideration of Potential Asphyxia in the Cause of Death in Cases that otherwise Would have been Classified as SIDS. National Association of Medical Examiners meeting, Cleveland, OH, October 2, 2010

          Randall BB, Paterson DS, Hass, EA, et. al. Neurochemical Brainstem Pathology and Potential Asphyxia in Sudden Unexplained Infant Death. Platform presentation at the 2012 International Conference on Stillbirth, SIDS, and Infant Survival, Baltimore, MD, October 6, 2012.

         

Books:

          Randall, B.  Death Investigation - The Basics, Galen Press, Ltd., Tucson, AZ.  September 1997.

          Randall, B. The LD Chronicles: A Story About a Physician and His Missing Prostate. Outskirts Press, Denver CO. 2011