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Michael C. McGoodwin, M.D.

O gentlemen, the time of life is short!
To spend that shortness basely were too long.
(1 Henry IV)

Michael McGoodwin 1975
Michael McGoodwin 1975

Michael McGoodwin March 2000
Michael McGoodwin March 2000

Michael McGoodwin March 2017
Michael McGoodwin 2017

Curriculum Vitae

Computer-Related Training and Experience

Professional Affiliations and Resources of Interest

The Department of Radiology of the University of Washington

Colleagues and former residents honoring Dr. Melvin Figley at UW Medical Center
Colleagues and class of 1975 radiology residents honoring former UW Medical Center radiology chairman Dr. Melvin Figley
L-R: F. Christian "Chris" Killien, Curtis "Curt" Northrop, Rosalind "Ros" Troupin, G. Thomas "Tom" Ruebel,
Melvin M. "Mel" Figley (1920–2010), John Barton, Elizabeth "Beth" Carter,
Michael "Mike" McGoodwin, John D. Harley, C. Benjamin "Ben" Graham (d. 2011)
Photo by Dr. Eric Stern 6/19/2007
Another version of this scene may be seen here, or in HiRes.

Michael is currently Clinical Assistant Professor on the Auxiliary Faculty in the Department of Radiology at the University of Washington.

The International Association for CFS/ME

The International Association for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome / Myalgic Encephalopathy (IACFS/ME, formerly the American Association for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or AACFS) is a non-profit international organization of research scientists, physicians, licensed medical healthcare professionals, and other individuals and institutions desiring to "promote, stimulate and coordinate the exchange of ideas related to CFS, ME and fibromyalgia (FM) research, patient care and treatment."

Northwest Classics Society (NCS)

The Northwest Classics Society, currently experiencing a period of dormancy, is a not-for-profit organization is based in Seattle and was founded by Alan Rawn Ph.D., who remains the president and principal teacher. It is a society of readers and historians interested first and foremost in the ancient Greeks and Romans and their continuing influence--especially Homer, Plato, Virgil, Herodotus, etc. In recent years, however, the NCS has expanded somewhat from its concentration on the classical Greeks and Romans, and has explored the ancient and not so ancient "Great Books" very broadly defined, including many historical periods, regions and genres.  Non-Greco-Roman works I have enjoyed reading with the NSCS include parts of the Old Testament, the Koran, Gilgamesh, Beowulf, Milton's Paradise Lost, Lord Byron's Don Juan, and The 1001 or Arabian Nights.  For summaries of some of these classics, see my Great Books Table of Contents.

Personal Writings

Miscellaneous writings of Michael McGoodwin

Email Address for Michael McGoodwin

MCM at McGoodwin period NET    (please convert this spam-averse address to standard format when using)