Stanislaus Ting, M.D. is a clinical professor in the Department of Pediatrics, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Paul L. Foster School of Medicine. In 2001 he introduced and published the first user-friendly and pragmatic asthma tool; known as (Multi-colored Simplified Asthma Guideline Reminder), for clinicians in the trenches. In the past seven years over one million copies of have been disseminated to clinicians around the world. Copyright permission has been granted to various countries to translate and modify according to the individual country's resources. In collaboration with the 2002 El Paso anti-smoking coalition, Dr. Ting used to illustrate the ill effects of cigarette smoke on asthmatics and persuaded the El Paso city council to implement one of the strongest smoke-free indoor air ordinances in the country.
Since 1986 Dr. Ting also maintained a private practice in Las Cruces and started a clinic for working poor and homeless in 1991.
He received the 2004 New Mexico Medical Society Medical Service Award and the 2006 AMA Leadership Award for his global humanitarian efforts and his ongoing endeavors in asthma education by providing gratis, the first pragmatic clinical asthma tool, , to clinicians around the world.
Most recently, Dr. Ting was the recipient of the 2008 Faculty of the Year Award. The award is in recognition of excellence as a role model, mentor, leader, advocate for students and residents, and positive community representative. TTUHSC Paul L. Foster SOM Founding Dean Jose Manuel de la Rosa, M.D., and TTUHSC President John Baldwin, M.D., presented the Award to Dr. Ting at the Faculty Appreciation Banquet on May 30.
The TTUHSC Paul L. Foster School of Medicine in El Paso is the fist accredited four-year medical school on the U.S/Mexico border. It will welcome its first class in the fall of 2009.
2008 revised is now available for free download