Dr. Gee, MD, PhD, FAAN
At a young age, Allen Gee made an association between stress and health. He chose to pursue this interest in college, taking on a double major in biology and psychology. In medical school, Allen had the opportunity to pursue a PhD, and he chose to enter the field of psycho-neuro-immunology. In order to complete the Ph.D., Allen took a four-year leave of absence from medical school – when he returned, neurology seemed to be the perfect clinical match to the research that he had been involved with. He applied for, and was accepted into, a neurology residency program at the University of Utah, which he finished in 2000 as the chief resident.
Dr. Gee has been in private practice in neurology since 2000, opening the first neurology practice in Sheridan, Wyoming that year, and has been working to improve the access to neurology in Wyoming and the northern Rockies ever since by continuing to recruit neurologists and open practices.
“I believe that integrating and networking neurologists in the area will enhance the access to the specialty, and also make it more acceptable and attractive for neurologists to live and work in small communities in Wyoming,” Dr. Gee notes.
Dr. Gee has been in Cody, Wyoming since since 2004.
“We opened the Cody Clinic in 2002, and in 2004 I had the opportunity to move to Cody with my family and provide services full time to Cody and the Bighorn Basin,” he says.
Cody has always been of interest to Dr. Gee and his family, due to the location and lifestyle and the connection with nature.
“Cody has been a very wonderful place for our family to reside these last 12 years.”
- MD: Doctor of Medicine, University of Nebraska, College of Medicine 1988-1990/1994-1996
- PHD: Doctor of Philosophy, University of Nebraska, College of Medicine 1990-1994
- Board Certification: Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology 2002/Recert 2011
- RESIDENT: University of Utah 1997-2000
- CHIEF RESIDENT: University of Utah 199-2000
- INTERN: University of Nebraska, College of Medicine 1996-1997
PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS HELD
- Fellow of the American Academy of Neurology
- Wyoming Health Information Organization Board Member2009-2011 Vice Chair 2011-present
- Board of Trustees – Wyoming Medical Society2006-2009/2011-present
- President Wyoming Neurologic Society 2006-present
- Government Relations Committee – AAN PA Grassroots Committee Chairman2011-2013
- West Park Hospital IT Steering Committee2009-2010
- Wyoming Governor’s Health Information Exchange Task Force2009-2010
- Legislative Affairs Committee – AAN PA2007-2009
- Medical Director Wyoming Rehab Fitness and Physical Therapy2001-2003
- Vice Chairman – Cancer Center Advisory Committee Memorial Hospital of Sheridan 2001
- Co-Chairperson – Midwest Student Medical Research Forum1992-1994
- Student Representative – Nebraska Medical Association Committee on Medical Education1989-1990
- Wyoming Neurological Society – Founding Member
- Wyoming Medical Society
- American Academy of Neurology Elected Fellow Member
- Society of Neruoimmunomodulation
- Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society, Founding Member
- Wilderness Medical Society
- Psi Chi
- American Medical Association
- Nebraska Medical Association
- Nebraska Medical Association, Medical Student Chapter
- 2014 AthenaHealth Visionary Award
- University of Nebraska Regents Scholarship
- Lois C. Holyoke Scholorship
- University of Nebraska Presidential Scholarship
- Nellie House Craven Scholarship
- Gee, A. L. & Johnson, D. R. – “Behavioral Conditioned Enhancement of Natural Killer Cell Activity” FASEB
- Gee, A. L. Thiele, G. M. & Johnson, D.R. – “Behaviorally Conditioned Modulation of natural Killer Cell Trafficking and IL-2 Responsiveness” Immunology
- Gee, A. L. & Johnson, D. R. – “Behaviorally Conditioned Modulation of Natural Killer Cell Activity: Effects of Pre-Conditioning Manual Restraint and Apparatus Exposure” International Journal of Neuroscience, 77:127-137
- Gee, A. L. Thiele, G. M. & Johnson, D. R. – “Behaviorally Conditioned Modulation of Killer Cell Activity: Enhancement of Baseline and Activated Natural Killer Cell Activity” International Journal of Neuroscience, 77:139-152