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Casanova

Rev. 8/12/15

CURRICULUM VITAE
Name: Manuel F. Casanova
University of South Carolina: Professor of Biomedical Sciences, SMART State Endowed Chair in Translational Neurotherapeutics
Greenville Health System: Research Director of the Developmental Behavioral Pediatric Fellowship, SMART State Endowed Chair in Translational Neurotherapeutics
Office Address: Greenville Health System, 200 Patewood Drive, Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics, Suite A200, Greenville, SC 29615
Office Phone: (864)454-4595

Fax: None

Email: mcasanova@ghs.edu
PERSONAL:
Home Address: 501 River Walk Drive, Simpsonville, SC 29681
Home Telephone: (502)419-1710
Date of Birth: July 20, 1953
Place of Birth: Hato Rey, Puerto Rico
Citizenship: United States
Sex: Male
Race: Hispanic
Marital Status: Married, four beautiful daughters
Web page: http://minicolumn.org/people/casanova/
Blog: corticalchauvinism.com

EDUCATION:


1966-1970 Colegio San Ignacio de Loyola

Santa Maria, Puerto Rico


1970-1973 University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras

Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico

B.S. magna cum laude (Chemistry)
1973-1975 University of Puerto Rico Graduate School (Chemistry)

Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico

(Graduate work in organic synthesis, natural compounds and spectroscopy)

1975-1979 University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine

Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico

Degree: M.D.


POSTGRADUATE TRAINING:

1979-1980 Medical Intern

University District Hospital

Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico

1980-1982 Neurology Resident

University District Hospital

Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico


1982-1983 Chief Resident in Neurology

University District Hospital

Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico

1983-1984 Clinical Fellow

Neuropathology Laboratory

The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Baltimore, Maryland

1984-1986 Research Fellow

Neuropathology Laboratory

The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Baltimore, Maryland

1984-1986 Clinical Fellow

Department of Pathology

The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Baltimore, Maryland
PREVIOUS APPOINTMENTS:

1985 Consultant Neuropathologist

Maria Ruehsen M.D., Director

The North Charles Hospital

Baltimore, Maryland
1984-1986 Consultant Neuropathologist

Sinai Hospital

Baltimore, Maryland

1986-1988 Research Associate

Neuropathology Laboratory

Department of Pathology

The Johns Hopkins Hospital

1984-1990 Major

Medical Corps

U.S. Army Reserve

AMEDD Augmentation Detachment

(FAAD) and 100th Station Hospital

1986-1991 Neurologist, Neuropathologist

Clinical Brain Disorders Branch

St. Elizabeths Hospital, WAW Building

National Institute of Mental Health

1987-1991 Director of the Brain Bank Unit

Neuropathology Laboratory

Clinical Brain Disorders Branch

National Institute of Mental Health

1990-1991 Deputy Medical Examiner

Washington, DC

1990-1991 Neuropathologist

D.C. General Hospital

Washington, D.C.

1990-1991 Professorial Lecturer

Department of Forensic Science

The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

The George Washington University

Washington, D.C.

1990-1991 Lt. Commander

U.S. Public Health Service


1992 Consultant in Psychiatry

Headquarters Dwight David Eisenhower Army Medical Center

Fort Gordon, Georgia
1989-1994 Scientific Expert

Advisory Panel for the Yakovlev Collection

Armed Forces Institute of Pathology
1991-1998 Psychiatry Service Staff Physician

VA Hospital, Downtown Division

Augusta, Georgia
1998-2000 Consultant for Eisai Inc.
2000 Consultant for Nycomed Amersham
1991-2003 Professor of Psychiatry and Neurology

Consultant in Pathology

Tenured 1994

Medical College of Georgia

Augusta, Georgia
1995-2003 Research Resource Liaison Coordinator

for the American Psychiatric Association

Department of Psychiatry

The Medical College of Georgia


2002-3 Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology

Medical College of Georgia

Augusta, Georgia
2002-3 Professor School of Graduate Studies

Medical College of Georgia

Augusta, Georgia


  1. Affiliate Member

Biomedical and Health Sciences Institute

The University of Georgia




  1. Consultant for Aventis Pasteur Limited

2003 Gottfried and Gisela Kolb Endowed Chair in Psychiatry

Department of Psychiatry

University of Louisville




  1. Psychiatry Research Committee

Department of Psychiatry

University of Louisville




  1. Professor of Anatomical Sciences and Neurobiology

University of Louisville
2004 Associate Clinical Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Neurology

University of Louisville


2004 Senior Member of the Graduate Faculty

University of Louisville


2004 Council of Healthcare Advisors for the Gerson Lehrman Group, New York, USA (www.glgroup.com)
2004 Consultant for the Centro Medico Virtual- Medvantis Medical Services, Barcelona, Spain (http://www.cmv.es)


  1. Acting Vice Chair for Research

Department of Psychiatry

University of Louisville


2004 Promotions and Tenure Committee

Department of Psychiatry

University of Louisville
2004 Executive Committee

Department of Psychiatry

University of Louisville
2005 Advisory Board

Neuronetrix Incorporated




  1. Vice Chair for Research

Department of Psychiatry

University of Louisville


2005- Board of Directors,

Families for Effective Autism Treatment (FEAT)

Louisville, Kentucky
2005- Member, Birth Defects Center

University of Louisville


2006- Member, Merit Review Committee

Department of Psychiatry, University of Louisville


2006-2008 Performance Criteria and Economic Criteria Welfare Committee,

School of Medicine

University of Louisville
2007- Editorial Board, Autism Research
2008- Research Committee (School of Medicine)

University of Louisville


2009- Associate Editor, Translational Neuroscience (Versita, Springer Verlag)
2009- Editor, Autism Insights
2009- Editor, Autism Research and Treatment
2009-2011 Review Board, Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation
2009-2010 Review Editor, Frontiers in Alzheimer Research
2010- Review Editor, Frontiers in Neurodegeneration
2011- Editor, World Journal of Translational Medicine
2011 Associate Editor, Open Journal of Psychiatry (OJPsych)
2011 Editor, The Scientific World Journal, Psychiatry and Pathology Domains
2011 Editorial Board, Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation
2011 Research Professor, associate appointment, Department of Bioengineering, University of Louisville
2012 Editorial Board, Neuroscience (IBRO)
2012 Editorial Board, Acta Neuropathologica
2012 Editorial Board, OA Autism (Editor-in-Chief, Founding Editor)
2012 Editorial Board, Journal of Life Medicine
2013 Review Editorial Board, Frontiers in Child Health and Human Development (a specialty publication from Frontiers in Pediatrics and Public Health) Richard Frye, Editor-in-Chief
2013 Editorial Board, BioMed Research International, Pathology subject area
2013 Editorial Board, Journal of Intellectual Disability- Diagnosis and Treatment (From Lifescience Global)
2013 Section Editor, OA Psychiatry (S. Hossein Fatemi, Editor-in-Chief)
2013 Editorial Board, Journal of Autism, Herbert Publications
2014 Editor (along with Michael Lebedev and Ioan Opris) for special issue in Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience entitled "Augmentation of Brain Function: Facts, Fiction and Controversy"
2014 Editor (along with Michael Lebedev and Ioan Opris) Frontiers Journal in Nano Neuroscience
2014 Associate Editor. History and Philosophy of Neuroscience. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.
2015 Scientific Advisory Board, Autism Research Institute, San Diego CA
2015 Associate Editor, Frontiers in Neuroscience, Neural Technology
CURRENT APPOINTMENTS:
2015 SMART State Endowed Chair in Translational Neurotherapeutics

Greenville Health System, Greenville SC


2015 Professor in Biomedical Sciences

University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville Campus

South Carolina
LICENSURES:
Medical Licenses

Puerto Rico #6834

Maryland #D32729

Georgia #035834

Kentucky #39036
Chemist License No. 1596

issued by the Board of Examiners

of Chemists of Puerto Rico
Diplomat, National Board of Medical Examiners

Certificate No. 222222

1985 Diplomat, American Board of Psychiatry and

Neurology

AWARDS/HONORS:

1970-1975 Honor Society

University of Puerto Rico

1979 Academic Acknowledgment Plaque (top 10% graduating class)

University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine

1981 Presidential Award of the American Medical

Association, Puerto Rico Chapter

1982 Mead and Johnson Award, best paper by a resident, American Medical Association, Puerto Rico Chapter’s Annual Convention

1982-1985 Physician's Recognition Award by the American

Medical Association

1984-1986 National Research Service Award

PHS Fellowship # 5-T32-NS07179-05-0031

Department of Health and Human Services

1990 "Recent Advances in Neurobiologic Research in

Schizophrenia", The John H. Kending Neuroscience Lecture,

St. John's Mercy Medical Center, July 18, 1990.


1994- Stanley Scholar

The Stanley Medical Research Institute


1995 "Distinguished Faculty"

Award given by The Medical College of Georgia


1996- Scientific Advisory Board

National Alliance for Autism Research


1999-2000 Tissue Advisory Board (founding member)

Autism Tissue Program


2000- Consultant, Autism Tissue Program


  1. Senior Scientist Award, 11th Biennial Winter Workshop on Schizophrenia, Davos, Switzerland, February 24-March 1, 2002.

2003 Distinguished Clinical Research Award

Medical College of Georgia


  1. Gottfried and Gisela Kolb Endowed Chair in Psychiatry

Department of Psychiatry, University of Louisville
2005 Faculty Best Poster Award, Research Lousiville, November 4, 2005. Seelan RS, Casanova MF, Parthasarathy R: “Myo-inositol Synthase: Identification and Expression of N-Terminal Isoforms in Rat Tissues.”
2006 President Elect, Society for Neurosciences, Louisville chapter
2007 International Meeting for Autism Research 2007, Scientific Program Review Committee
2007-2009 Chairperson, NIH-CSR Developmental Brain Disorders Study Section
2007 First Prize Poster Presentation Research Louisville 2007:
I. El-Baz A, Casanova MF. Autism Diagnostics by 3D Texture analysis of cerebral white matter gyrifications. Research Louisville, Louisville, October 18-19, 2007. First Prize Potential for Major Clinical Application.

  1. Sokhadze E, Singh S, El-Baz A, Mathai G, Sears L, Casanova MF. Evoked and induced gamma frequency oscillations and coherence in EEG, and event-related potential abnormalities during processing of illusory figures in autism spectrum disorders. Research Louisville, Louisville, October 18-19, 2007. First prize Innovation in Behavioral Sciences Category.

III. Van Bogaert E, Casanova MF, El-Baz A, Switala A. A new image analysis approach for automatic classification of dyslexic brains. Research Louisville, Louisville, October 18-19, 2007. First Prize student project

2008 First Prize Poster Presentation Research Louisville 2008, Innovation in Behavioral Sciences, Sokhadze E, El-Baz A, Baruth J, Tasman A, Mathai G, Sears L, Casanova MF. Electroencephalographic and Behavioral Outcomes of Novel Experimental Trial of Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in Autism, October 21-222, 2008.


2009 Baruth, J., Sokhadze, E.,  El-Baz, A., Ramaswamy, R., Sears, L., & Casanova, M. F. (2009). TMS study of gamma frequency induction in response to illusory figures in patients with autism spectrum disorder. Presented at the conference of International Society for Neurofeedback Research, Indianapolis, IN, September 2-4. (Student Award).
2010 Baruth, J., Casanova, M., Sokhadze, G., Sears, L., & Sokhadze, E. (2010). Transcranial magnetic stimulation modulates cognitive potentials in autism. Presentation at the Association for Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback Meeting, San Diego, CA, March 10-12. (Best Student Award and travelship).
2010 Baruth,J. M., Casanova, M., Sokhadze, E. (2010).Low-frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) modulates evoked-gamma frequency oscillations in autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Presentation at the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, September 30 (Awarded Best Student Presentation and travelship).
2010 Baruth, J.,  Sokhadze, E., Carroll, T., Horrell, T., Ramaswamy, R., Sears, L., Tasman, A., & Casanova, M. (2010). Impaired error monitoring and correction function in autism: an ERP study. Presented at  the Association for Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback annual meeting San Diego, CA, March, 2-4. (Citation Award).
2010 First Prize Poster Presentation Research Louisville 2010 (Faculty Award for Innovation in Behavioral Sciences)
Sokhadze, E., Sears, L., Stewart, C., Casanova, MF. Brainwave neurofeedback improves selective attention and alertness in ADHD. Research Louisville 2010 conference, Louisville, KY, November 10, 2010.
2010 Magisterial Presentation. Third World Congress of Autism. Monterrey (Nuevo Leon), Mexico, November 3-5, 2010.
2011 Hensley, M., Sokhadze, E., Casanova, MF., El-Baz, A. Development of method for análisis of EEG gamma coherence in children with autism enrolled in TMS treatment. Neuroscience Day, University of Louisville, April 21, 2011. (2nd place undergraduate poster)

2011 Contributing Piece Award presented by Families for Effective Autism Treatment (FEAT) July 15, 2011.


2011 First Prize for Innovation in Behavioral Sciences Research Louisville 2011: Sokhadze T, El-Baz A, Tasman A, Sears L, Casanova MF. A novel neuromodulation treatment to improve executive functions in autism. Research Louisville, October 11-13, 2011.

2011 First prize for innovation in Biotechnology Research Louisville 2011: El-Baz A, Casanova MF, Switala A. 3D shape analysis of the brain cortex with application to autism. Research Louisville, October 11-13, 2011.

2012 Second prize for graduate students: Dombroski BA, Nitzken MJ, Switala AE, El-Baz AS, Casanova MF. Cortical analysis of the NIH pediatric MRI data repository for normative development using spherical harmonics. Neuroscience Day, University of Louisville, April 19, 2012.

2012 Sokhadze, G., Sears, L., El-Baz, A., Sokhadze, E., & Casanova, M. F. (2012). An event-related potential study of visual spatial attention deficits in autism. Presentation at ISNR 20th Annual Conference, Orlando, FL, September 19-23 (Best student Presentation award)

2012 First Prize for medical students: Allison-McNutt AN, Kawat A, Dombroski BA, Switala AE, El-Baz A, Casanova MF. Variable differences in the cortial thickness of autistic individuals as compared to controls. Research Louisville, University of Louisville, September 19, 2012.

2012 Opening Speaker for the International Symposium 2012 of the FRA/CIBERER on Advances in the Biomedical Research of Autism Spectrum Disorders. The Neurobiology of Autism Spectrum Disorders. Barcelona, Spain, September 26, 2012.

2012 Co-founder along with Olga Bogdashina and Board of Trustees member of the International Autism Institute at Krasnoyarsk Pedagogic University, February 27, 2012.
2013 Invited plenary speaker at the 1st Moscow International Scientific Conference. Autism: Challenge and Solutions. Moscow, April 17-19, 2013.
2013 Kiser, R. M. B., Edelson, S., Clemans, Z. A., Sokhadze, E., & Casanova, M. F. (2013). Audiovisual stimuli and sensory integration in autism spectrum disorder versus controls. Presentation at the Louisville Chapter 23rd Annual Neuroscience Day, Louisville, KY, April 11. (Graduate Student Award, 2nd place).
2013 Kiser R. M. B., Edelson, S., Clemans, Z. A., El-Baz, A. S., Sokhadze, E., & Casanova, M. F. (2013). Audiovisual stimuli and sensory intergration in autism spectrum disorder versus controls. Presentation at 21st Annual ISNR Conference, Dallas, TX,  September 18-22 (Best student presentation and travelship award)


  1. Member of the Scientific Advisory Committee for Generation Rescue

2013 Sokhadze E, El-Baz AS, Sears L, Casanova MF. Neuromodulation base on rTMS improves electrocortical measures of information processing in autism. Research! Louisville. First prize Faculty Award.


2013 El-Baz AS, Alansary A, Soliman A, Nitzken M, Casanova MF. International challenge MICCAI conference (http://mrbrains13.isi.uu.nl) First Prize.


  1. Casanova MF. La Neurobiologia del autism. Magisterial presentation. XV Simposio de investigaciones en salud: discapacidad y ciclo vital. Universidad del Valle, Colombia, 24 de octubre de 2013.

2013 Honorary Professor at V.P. Astafiev Krasnoyarsk State Pedagogic University, November 5, 2013.
2013 Scientific Advisory Board, Clearly Present Foundation
2013 Scientific Advisory Board, Center for Advanced Diagnostics, Evaluation, and Therapeutics, LLC (Jeffrey Lewine PhD, CEO)
2014 Miembro equipo fundador: Autismo Colombia (http://www.autismocolombia.com/nosotros.html)
2015 Scientific Advisory Board, Autism Research Institute, San Diego CA
2015-7 High-end Foreign Expert of the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs, Bejing Normal University, China
Named in; Who’s Who in the South/Southeast

Who’s Who in America

Who’s Who in Medicine and Health Care

Who’s Who in the World


NIH SERVICE:
APPOINTMENT PERIOD COMMITTEE NAME MEMBER TYPE
0/9/21/2005 to 06/30/2007 Developmental Brain Disorders Study Section REG

08/27/2007 to 06/30/2009 Developmental Brain Disorders Study Section CHR

06/09/2009 Center for Scientific Review Special Emphasis Panel

ZRG1 BDCN-M CHR


OTHER NIH SERVICE
04/14/19999 to 04/14/1999 Center for Scientific Review Special Emphasis Panel (SEP)

02/10/2003 to 02/10/2003 National Institute of Mental Health Special Emphasis Panel

(SEP)

03/03/2005 to 03/04/2005 Developmental Brain Study Section (TMP)



07/07/2005 to 07/08/2005 Center for Scientific Review Special Emphasis Panel (SEP)

07/08/2005 to 07/08/2005 Center for Scientific Review Special Emphasis Panel (SEP)

10/2007 NIMH Study Workshop: Strategies for Developing Novel Interventions for Neurodevelopmental Disorders

09/27/2007 to 09/28/2007 Developmental Brain Disorders Study Section (TMP)

08/4/2008 Marcy Speer Award Committee

06/19/2009 Editorial Board Autism ARRA Review

ZMH1 ERB-S (A1) R (SEP)

7/20/2009 to 7/21/2009 ZRG1 BDCN-T (58) R RFA-OD-09-003 Challenge Grant Panel 11 (MAIL REVIEWER)

7/23/2008 to 7/25/2008 Brain Disorders and Clinical Neurosciences (BDCN) and Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Neurosciences (MDCN) Integrated Review Groups (IRG) Review meeting, NIH

08/2009 Marcy Speer Award Committee

10/28/2009 to 10/29/2009 2010/01 ZRG1 BBBP-R (02) M Special Emphasis Panel (SEP)

02/04/2010 to 02/05/2010 Developmental Brain Disorders Study Section (TMP)

10/25-10/26/2010 ZRG1 BDCN-L (02) (SEP)

10/25-10/26/2012 Developmental Brain Disorders Study Section (TMP)


GRANT REVIEWER:
AARA Autism

Action Medical Research (London Charity)

Army Research Office (ARO)

Autism Speaks (UK charity no. 1107350)

Autistica (UK)

BBSRC (England)

Catalan Agency for Health Technology Assessment and Research

Central Commissioning Facility (CCF) RfPB Competition (East of England)

Concepts Awards (Department of Defense)

CSR (NIH, see above)

March of Dimes

Medical Research Council, England

NAAR

Nancy Lurie Marks Family Foundation



New Jersey Governor’s Council on Autism

SafeMinds

TV3 Marato Call

VA Merit Review Committee


REVIEWER:
Acta Neuropathologica

American Journal of Psychiatry

Annals of Neurology

Archives of General Psychiatry

Archives of Neurology

Autism


Autism Insight

Autism Research

Behavioral Brain Research

Biological Psychiatry

Brain and Cognition

Brain Research

Brain Structure and Function

Cerebral Cortex

Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology

Depression

Developmental Neuropsychology

Developmental Neuroscience

Dove Medical Press

Frontiers in Neuroanatomy

Frontiers in Synaptic Neuroscience

Hudson Street Press

Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders

Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience

Journal of Neuroscience

Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation

International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience

International Review of Psychiatry

Molecular Psychiatry

NeuroReport

Neuropsychopharmacology

Neuroscience

Neuroscience Research

Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences

Psychiatry Research

Psychiatry Research (Neuroimaging)

Psychological Medicine

Revista de Neurologia

Schizophrenia Bulletin

Schizophrenia Research

The Cerebellum

The Scientific World Journal

Translational Neuroscience

Translational Psychiatry

Trends in Neurosciences
SOCIETIES:

1975- Member, American Medical Association

1979 Member, Society for the Neurosciences (Puerto Rico Chapter)

1979 Member, Puerto Rico Academy of Family

Physicians

1979 Member, American Academy of Family Physicians

1979 Contributing Member, National Multiple Sclerosis Society

1979-1982 Member, Association de Espina Bifida e Hidrocefalia de Puerto Rico

1979-1984 Member, Sociedad de Ayuda al Paciente con Paraplegia

1981-1985 Junior Member, American Academy of Neurology


1984-1991 Member, Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of Maryland

1985-1991 Member, The Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association

1992- 1995 American Association for the Advancement of Science


    1. American Association of University Professors

1986-2007 Active Member, American Academy of Neurology


2006- Society for Neuroscience
2007- International Society for Autism Research (INSAR)
2008- Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM&R)
COMMITTEES:

1987-1988 Schizophrenia Initiative Committee, NIMH


1990 Brain Resource Acquisition and Information

Network (BRAIN), NIMH


1993 Medical College of Georgia's Liaison Committee on Medical

Education Research Subcommittee


1993-1996 Dean's Student Research Committee, Medical College of Georgia
1993 Post-mortem Community Network, Stanley Watson Chairman
1993 Frontiers in Neuroimaging. Anatomical Definitions Panel.

Workshop Sponsored by the NICHD, NIMH, and NINDS July14-16

NIH campus, Bethesda, Maryland.
1992-1995 Medical College of Georgia Research Institute

Grants Review Committee


1994-1997 Research and Development (R&D) Committee (IRB)

Veterans Affairs Medical Center


1996-1997 The Georgia Coalition for Research in Alzheimer's Disease
1997 Strategic Planning Task Force

Scholarship Committee

Department of Psychiatry, MCG
1994-1999 Promotions and Tenure Committee

Department of Psychiatry, MCG


1996-1999 Human Assurance Committee (IRB)

Medical College of Georgia


1996- 2002 National Alliance for Autism Research (NAAR)

Scientific Advisory Board


1999 Member, Center for Scientific Review Special Emphasis Panel

National Institute of Health


1999-2000 Tissue Advisory Board (founding member)

Autism Tissue Program




  1. Consultant, Autism Tissue Program

2002-2004 Faculty Development Committee

Medical College of Georgia
2002 and 2003 Faculty Interviewer

Admissions Committee

Medical College of Georgia


    1. MCG Faculty Academic Council (elected representative for Medicine)




    1. Faculty Appointment, Promotions, Development, and Tenure Committee

MCG Academic Council


  1. Reviewer, Medical Research Council, England.

2005-2009 Member Developmental Brain Disorders Study Section, Center for Scientific Review, National Institutes of Health


2005-8 Elected Member, Performance Criteria and Economic Welfare Committee

University of Louisville


2005-2006 Search Committee for Chairperson of Pediatrics

University of Louisville




  1. Member, Internal Review Board Committee, University of Louisville




  1. Member, New Jersey Governor’s Council on Autism, grant reviewer

2006 Member, University of Louisville Advisory Panel, Depression Center


2007 Grant Reviewer, Army Research Office (ARO), July 2007
2007 Concept Awards (Department of Defense, USAMRMC) October 2007


  1. NIMH Study Workshop: Strategies for Developing Novel Interventions for Neurodevelopmental Disorders, October 2007

2008 Brain Disorders and Clinical Neurosciences (BDCN) and Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Neurosciences (MDCN) Integrated Review Groups (IRG) Review meeting, NIH, July 23-25, 2008




  1. Marcy Speer Award Committee, Center for Scientific Review, NIH

2008 Scientific Advisory Board Lifeboat Foundation


2008 Member, Center for Environmental Genomics and Integrative Biology

University of Louisville




  1. Advisory Board: On Mental Health (OMH) stichting, Netherlands. Registration number: KvK # 24474513 Web site: www.onmentalhealth.org.




  1. Search Committee for Chair of Pathology. University of Louisville.

GRADUATE STUDENTS AND OTHERS




    1. Julio Araque (PhD, Anatomy)

2004-2006 Dr. Anouar I. Konkachbaev (PhD, Computer Sciences)

2004-2009 Noha El-Zehiry (PhD, Computer Engineering)

2005-2006 Anna Wagner (MS, Computer Sciences)

2005-2006 Janet Stone (MS, Biochemistry)

2006 Rachid Fahimi (PhD, Computer Engineering)

2006-2011 Meghan Mott (PhD, Anatomy)

2007- 2010 Josua Baruth (PhD, Anatomy)


    1. Gina Richardson (MPH, Public Health)

2009 Ahmed Farag (MS, Engineering)

2009 Brynn Dombrosky (PhD, Anatomy)

2010 Matthew Nitzken (MS and PhD, Bioengineering)

2010 Tama S The (MD, Distinction in Research-medical student)

2010 Ario H Hosseini (MD, Distinction in Research-medical student)

2010 Robert C. Stowe (MD, Distinction in Research-medical student)

2011 Mark Sansbury (MD, Distinction in Research-medical student)

2011 Ryan Kiser (MS, Anatomy)

2012 Shweta Kamat (MS, Anatomy)

2012 Guela Sokhadze (PhD, Anatomy)

2012 Elizabeth Ann Gordon (PhD, Biology)

2013 Lina Vanessa Becerra Hernandez (PhD, Anatomy, Universidad del Valle)





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