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IN SEARCH OF STACEY B. DAY. Born in London in 1927. Came to the US in 1955. Naturalized in 1977. Son of Satis B. and Emma Day. Married Dr Ivana Podvalova of Tisice, Czech Republic, in New York, October 18th, 1973, at the Unitarian Church, New York City. Two sons by previous marriage Kahlil A. Day, J.D., M.B.A., and Selim Day, J.D.

PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND. M.D, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, 1955. (Medalist in Biological Sciences); Ph.D. McGill University, Montreal, Canada, 1964. (Experimental Surgery); D.Sc. University of Cincinnati, 1971. (Surgical Science). Resident Fellow in Surgery, University of Minnesota Hospitals 1956-1960. Hon. Registrar, St Georges Hospital, London. 1960-1961; Assistant Professor and Assoc. Director Research, Shriners Hospital Burn Institute, University of Cincinnati, 1969-1971. From Assistant Prof to Associate Professor, Head, Bell Museum of Pathobiology, University of Minnesota Medical School, 1971-1973. Professor and Member, Sloan Kettering Institute for Cancer Research and Professor of Biology, Cornell University Medical College, New York; Head, Medical Education and Field Coordinator Communications, 1973-1980. Founding Chairman, first Professor and Director Biopsychosocial Medicine and Community Health, University of Calabar, Nigeria, 1982 -1985; Clinical Professor of Medicine, New York Medical College, 1980-1990; Professor of International Health and Founding Director W.H.O. Collaborating Centre forCommunity Based and Multiprofessional Education for Health Personnel, Meharry Medical College, Nashville, Tennessee, 1985-1990. Visiting Professor Jaspan, South America, Russian Union, South Asia, Central Europe. Fulbright Professor Prague, Czech Republic, 1989-1990. Hon. Professor College of Health Sciences, University San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador, 1996. Consultant to P.A.H.O and W.H.O. 1974-1990. Exchange Professor US-USSR Agreement 1976; University Professor of International Health, University of Calabar, Nigeria 1989-. From 1992-1999 Permanent Visiting Professor of Medical education, Oita Medical University, Kyushu, Japan.