Neuroscience Consulting for treatment and legal decision making

I started in neuroscience as an undergraduate at Johns Hopkins University, working in clinical research at Johns Hopkins Hospital. I received my doctorate in Cognitive Neuroscience from the University of Washington, and am presently an Instructor in Neuroscience at Harvard Medical School and a Research Associate at McLean Hospital.

My training and personal feelings have led me to hold the individual patient's health and quality of life as my highest priority. I look for effective solutions to existing problems, and for meaningful explanations for why some problems cannot currently be successfully addressed. And I seek to share this knowledge with everyone involved in the patient's legal circle, in order to help them obtain the most appropriate possible care.