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Work experience

Mar 2003Present

President and CEO

Cammco, LLC


Aug 1990May 1996


Duquesne University

John Kriak


Cross Country Running, Weight Lifting, Racquetball, Personal Training


A summa cum laude graduate of Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Dr. John Kriak has operated as Chief Executive Officer and President of clinical consulting firm Cammco, LLC, since 2003. Dr. Kriak has conducted consulting work for more than 15 years, creating educational content with respect to pharmacology topics for many clients throughout the United States. He also produced comprehensive review content related to standardized tests for medical students in subjects such as anatomy, physiology, surgery, pathology, and behavioral sciences. Dr. John Kriak created preparatory content for the National Dental Board Examination, North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination, United States Medical Licensure Examination, and Pharmacy College Admissions Test, among others. Dr. John Kriak developed and instructed higher education courses for a number of educational institutions and organizations, such as the American Heart Association, Inc., The Endocrine Society, Heart Rhythm Society, and American Diabetes Association. Dr. Kriak created online pharmacological programs through Kaplan Educational Centers, as well as online courses for the Master of Medical Sciences program at Saint Francis University, creating a prototype distance-learning program for physician assistant students. Dr. John Kriak possesses additional teaching experience as a Course Instructor and Assistant Professor at numerous institutions, including Conemaugh School of Nursing, Seton Hill University, and Pennsylvania College of Technology. Dr. John Kriak holds membership in several prestigious organizations, including Phi Lambda Sigma, Phi Delta Chi Fraternity, American Diabetes Association, and the American Heart Association, Inc. A native of Johnstown, Pennsylvania, Dr. Kriak contributes to charities such as Feed the Poor, Saint Benedict Catholic Church, and the American Cancer Society.