Obesity, Diabetes, Hypertension, Cholesterol, Thyroid,
Osteoporosis, Menopause, Andropause, Bio-Identical Hormones for Men
& Women 2425 East Street - Suite 15,
Concord, CA 94520 - (925) 682-9232
Dr. Stephen B. Lewis opened his
offices in Concord, California in 1993 after retiring from a twenty
year career with the United States Navy as a Captain with Top Secret
Security Clearance status. Dr. Lewis graduated from University of
California, Berkeley in 1962, with a B.A. in Zoology and from the
Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO. in 1966
with a M.D. Since 1995 Dr. Lewis has been a Certified Diabetes
Dr. Lewis has been a long time resident of the San Francisco Bay
Area. He has three children and one grandchild and a very large
extended family, who he loves to spend as much time as possible with
in between his duck hunting, fishing and working in his extensive
year-round organic garden.
Dr. Stephen B. Lewis’ Professional Experience
1992 – Present
Private Practice of
Medicine; Metabolic Syndrome, Obesity, Diabetes Type 1 &
Type 2, Hypertension, Cholesterol, thyroid,
Osteoporosis, Menopause, Andropause, Bio-Identical
Hormones for Men and Women, Concord, CA.
1990 – 1992
Combat Casualty Care
Program Manager ($24M/year budget)
Program Manager of Navy Science Assistance Program
Joint Services Clinical Review Group, Defense Medical
Vice Chairman – Medical Director, Navy Mutual Aid
(Life Insurance Company, $700M Capitalization)
1990 – 1986
Environmental Medicine Department
1983 – 1986
Tissue Bank Stem Cell
Research, Naval Medical Research Institute
1977 – 1983
Professor of Medicine, University of California, San
1978 – 1983
Investigation Center, and Head of Endocrinology Branch
1972 – 1983
Assistant Director, Clinical Investigation Center;
Head, Endocrinology and Metabolic Branch,
Medical Service, Naval Regional Medical Center, Oakland,
1971 – 1972
of Medicine and Research Associate,
Department of Physiology, Vanderbilt University School
under the Direction of Drs. Grant Liddle and O. Crofford
Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of
Physiology Vanderbilt University School of Medicine,
under the direction of Drs. Rollo Park and John Exton
1967 - 1969
Assistant Resident in Medicine,
Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, Ill.
1966 - 1967
Intern, Medical Service, Michael Rees
Hospital, Chicago, Ill.
Fr. Eric Reiss, Chairman Department of Medicine
1965 - 1966
Washington University School of
Medicine, Department of Metabolism, Student Fellowship,
under the direction of Drs. Kipnis and William Daughaday
A. The Effect of Glucagon on the Half Life of Insulin in
B. Reactive Hypoglycemia as a p\Postpartum Phenomenon of
Gestational Diabetes Mellitus
C. Diabetes Mellitus and Type IV Hyper-Liproteinemia
Washington University School of
Medicine, Bacterial Cell Wall Analysis, under the
direction of Dr. Richard Krause
California Department of Health,
Berkeley, California; Cell Culture as an Assay for Air
Pollution, under the direction of Dr. Peter Mueller
1961 - 1962
Zoology Honors Program, Cell and
Tissue Culture Project, University of California,
Berkeley, under the direction of Drs. W. Cooper and H.
Dr. Lewis’ Board Membership, Professional Memberships
2002 - Present Board Member;
East County Medical Group
2002 - Present Board Member; Learner Financial Corporation
1990 - 1992 Board Member; Navy Mutual Aid Association
Membership in Professional Organizations
American Diabetes Association
American Federation for Clinical Research
British Diabetic Association
American College of Physicians, F.A.C.P.
Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
The Endocrine Society
American Association for the advancement of Science
The California Academy of Medicine
American Physiological Society
The European Association for the Study of Diabetes
Western Society for Clinical Research
Professional Society, NCA, American Diabetes Association
(President 1981 -1983)
American Council on Transplantation
American Association of Tissue Banks
D.C. Endocrine Club
¨ Navy Meritorious Service Medal; December 1, 1992
¨ Navy Commendation Medal; October 14, 1983
¨ Diabetes Fellowship, Kings College Hospital, London; 1975
¨ Special Research Fellowship, Nation Institute of Health;
1971 - 1972
¨ Louis Katz Intern of the Year Recipient; June 1967
Dr. Lewis’ Awards and Significant Accomplishments
1990 - 1993 Research Area Manager: Blood and blood
substitutes, wounds, sepsis and shock,
hypothermia and non-freezing cold injury, readiness planning
and material and injury enhancement. The budget for this
project was $24M/year. The money funded through 22
scientific protocols in 11 Navy Laboratories, as well as 68
contracts with university and private organizations.
Medical Director, Navy Mutual Aid Association: Dr. Lewis was
one of five Board Members for the Navy Mutual Aid
Association’s $7M (net worth) Life Insurance entity. Dr.
Lewis’ major role was to screen 3,000 policy applications
per year for risk assessment.
Navy Assistance Program Manager: Dr. Lewis was in charge of
solving fleet operational and medical requirements where
small projects can be quickly focused to solve problems,
e.g., ice vest for fire fighters, cooling and hyper
hydration for chemical defense suit wearers, special hearing
protectors for using a stethoscope in noisy environments.
1990 - 1993
Medical Standardization Board Member: Dr. Lewis
unified D-Day lists for rapidly deployable fleet
hospitals and hospital ships
for emergency and wartime contingencies.
1986 - 1990
Chronic Endocrine Responses to Cold Exposure
1983 - 1986
Cryopreservation of Human Stem Cells Derived from
Cadaver Organ Donors
Computerization of Science at Naval Medical Research
Institute using local area networks, personal computers,
file servers covering four buildings and 200 Scientific
1975 - 1983
outpatient records for three diseases; Diabetes,
Hypertension and Hyperlipidemias
1972 - 1983
Management of the Pregnant Diabetic
1969 - 1980
Glucagon and Epinephrine Action in the Isolated Per
fused Rat Liver
and Hind limb preparations
Publications . . .
1. Exton, J. Mechanisms of Regulation of Willms, eds. H., Ui, M.,
Lewis, S. B., and Park, C. R. glucagon activation of gluconeogenesis.
In Gluconeogenesis, Hans Dieter Soling and Berend Stuttgart: Georg
Thieme Verlag, pp 160-178, 1971.
2. Exton, J. H., Lewis, S. B., Ho, R.
J., Robinson, G. A., and Park, C. R. The role of cyclic AMP in the
interaction of glucagon and insulin in the control of liver
metabolism. Ann. NY Acad. Sci., 185:85-100, 1971.
3. Park, C. R., Lewis, S. B., Wong, E., Mallette, L. E., and Exton,
J. H. Role of cyclic adenylate in hepatic gluconeogenesis. In: The
Role of Adenyl Cyclase and Cyclic and Cyclic 3', 5' -AMP in
Biological System. Theodore W. RaIl, M. Rodbell, and Peter Condliff,
eds. Fogarty International Center Proceedings, No.4, U. S.
Government, pp 137-151, 1971.
4. Park, C. R., Lewis, S. B., Robinson, G. A., and Exton, J. H.
Regulation of glucose production in liver by glucagon,
catecholamines, insulin and cyclic adenylate. Acta Cient. Venez. 22,
Suppl. 2:24-28, 1971.
5. Exton, J. H., Lewis, S. B., Ho, R. J., and Park, C. R. Role of
cyclic AMP in the control of hepatic glucose production by glucagon
and insulin. Advances in Cyclic Nucleotide Research. New York: Raven
Press, pp 91-100, 1972.
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