Callaway, C. Wayne
CALLAWAY, C. Wayne
CALLAWAY, C. Wayne. American, b. 1941. Genres: Medicine/Health. Career: Northwestern University Medical School, rotating intern at Chicago Wesley Memorial Hospital, 1967-68, resident in internal medicine, 1968-69; Mayo Graduate School of Medicine, resident in internal medicine, 1971-73, advanced clinical resident in endocrinology and metabolism, 1973-75, instructor in medicine at the graduate school and Mayo Medical School, 1974-78, assistant professor of medicine and instructor in the history of medicine at the medical school, 1978-86, director of Nutrition Clinic and Nutrition Consulting Services, 1980-86, director of Lipid Clinic, 1982-86; George Washington University, Washington, DC, associate professor of medicine and director of Center for Clinical Nutrition at University Medical Center, 1986-88, associate clinical professor, 1988-; private practice of internal medicine, endocrinology and metabolism, and clinical nutrition in Washington, DC, 1988-. Publications: (with C. Whitney) The Callaway Diet: Successful Permanent Weight Control for Starvers, Stuffers, and Skippers, 1990; (with C. Whitney) Surviving with AIDS: A Comprehensive Program of Nutritional Co-therapy, 1991; (with M. B. Albert) Clinical Nutrition for the Housestaff Officer, 1991; (with others) American Medical Association Family Health Cookbook, 1997. Address: 2311 M St NW Ste 301, Washington, DC 20037, U.S.A.