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    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education. This symposium will be held at the Marriott Marquis Houston in the Texas Ballroom- Salon G.
    PRESENTATIONS
    Time Title Participant Number
    8:00-8:10 am
    Introductions
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    Dr. Gabriel Zada, Moderator
    Dr. William J. Mack, IV, Moderator
    8:10-8:18 am
    The Travel Club: The Early Days
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    Dr. Arthur L. Day, Faculty
    SYM01A02
    8:18-8:26 am
    The Travel Club: The Early Days
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    GSS01A03
    8:26-8:32 am
    The Travel Club: The Early Days
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    Dr. Robert F. Spetzler, Faculty
    GSS01A04
    8:32-8:40 am
    The Travel Club: The Early Days
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    Dr. Daniel Louis Barrow, Faculty
    SYM01A05
    8:40-8:48 am
    The Travel Club Days: The Early Days
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    SYM01A06
    8:48-9:00 am
    Break
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    SYM0107
    9:00-9:15 am
    USC: Development of a World Class Program
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    Dr. William T. Couldwell, Faculty
    SYM01A08
    9:15-9:23 am
    USC: Development of a World Class Program
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    Dr. Sean D. Lavine, Moderator
    SYM01A09
    9:23-9:31 am
    USC: Development of a World Class Program
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    Dr. Lawrence S. Chin, Faculty
    SYM01A10
    9:31-9:39 am
    USC: Development of a World Class Program
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    Dr. Michael Y. Wang, Faculty
    SYM01A11
    9:39-9:47 am
    USC: Development of a World Class Program
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    Dr. Felipe Albuquerque, Faculty
    SYM01A12
    9:47-9:55 am
    USC: Development of a World Class Program
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    Dr. John Diaz Day, Faculty
    SYM01A13
    9:55-10:10 am
    USC: Development of a World Class Program
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    Dr. Michael L. Levy, Faculty
    SYM01A14
    10:10-10:18 am
    Break
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    SYM01A15
    10:18-10:26 am
    Departmental Expansion Under Dr. Giannotta
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    Dr. Thomas C. Chen, Faculty
    SYM01A17
    10:26-10:34 am
    Departmental Expansion Under Dr. Giannotta
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    Dr. Arun Paul Amar, Faculty
    SYM01A18
    10:34-10:42 am
    Departmental Expansion Under Dr. Giannotta
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    Dr. Charles Y. Liu, Faculty
    SYM01A19
    10:42-10:50 am
    Departmental Expansion Under Dr. Giannotta
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    Dr. Mark D. Krieger, Faculty
    SYM01A20
    10:50-11:05 am
    Departmental Expansion Under Dr. Giannotta
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    Dr. Daniel J. Hoh, Faculty
    SYM01A21
    11:05-11:13 am
    Departmental Expansion Under Dr. Giannotta
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    Dr. Jonathan Russin, Faculty
    SYM01A22
    11:13-11:21 am
    A Lasting Legacy
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    Dr. Eisha Anne Christian, Faculty
    SYM01A23
    11:21-11:29 am
    A Lasting Legacy
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    Saman Sizdahkhani, Faculty
    SYM01A24
    11:29-11:37 am
    A Lasting Legacy
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    Dr. Shivani Rangwala, Faculty
    SYM01A25
    11:37-11:45 am
    A Lasting Legacy
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    Dr. Jacques J. Morcos, Faculty
    SYM01A26
    11:45-11:53 am
    A Lasting Legacy
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    Dr. Michael T. Lawton, Faculty
    SYM01A27
    11:53 am-12:00 pm
    A Lasting Legacy
    $-Ticketed Session: This half-day course will highlight the contributions of Dr. Steven Giannotta to the specialty of Neurosurgery, including cerebrovascular surgery, skull base tumor surgery, and neurosurgical leadership and education.
    Dr. Alexander A. Khalessi, Faculty
    SYM01A28
    PARTICIPANTS
    Dr. Michael L. Levy
    Faculty
    Dr. William T. Couldwell
    Faculty
    Dr. Charles Y. Liu
    Faculty
    Dr. Sean D. Lavine
    Faculty
    Dr. Robert F. Spetzler
    Faculty
    Dr. Thomas C. Chen
    Faculty
    Dr. Alexander A. Khalessi
    Faculty
    Dr. Martin H. Weiss
    Faculty
    Dr. Eisha Anne Christian
    Faculty
    Dr. Arthur L. Day
    Faculty
    Saman Sizdahkhani
    Faculty
    Dr. Daniel Louis Barrow
    Faculty
    Dr. John Diaz Day
    Faculty
    Dr. Daniel J. Hoh
    Faculty
    Dr. Arun Paul Amar
    Faculty
    Dr. Felipe Albuquerque
    Faculty
    Dr. Gabriel Zada
    Course Director
    Dr. Michael Y. Wang
    Faculty
    Dr. Michael T. Lawton
    Faculty
    Dr. William J. Mack, IV
    Course Director
    Dr. Shivani Rangwala
    Faculty
    Dr. Jacques J. Morcos
    Faculty
    Dr. Lawrence S. Chin
    Faculty
    Dr. Jonathan Russin
    Faculty
    Dr. Mark D. Krieger
    Faculty
    $-Ticketed Session: Through collaboration with the Scoliosis Research Society, we will review current practice in spinal deformity surgery. The course will consist of didactic lectures by leaders in the field as well as case based, small group discussions. Thank You to our Gold Sponsors: Medtronic, Stryker, Carlsmed and Acuity Surgical, our Silver Sponsors: DePuy Synthes and SI-BONE, and our Bronze Sponsors: Globus Medical and Alphatec Spine.
    PRESENTATIONS
    Time Title Participant Number
    8:00-8:05 am
    Introduction
    Dr. Jeffrey Paul Mullin, Course Director
    Dr. Joseph A Osorio, Course Director
    SSYM03A
    8:05-8:25 am
    Assessment of Sagittal Alignment
    Alan H Daniels, Faculty
    SSYM03B
    8:25-8:45 am
    A Single Level Fusion Resulted in a T10-Pelvis - How To Identify and Avoid Iatrogenic Spinal Deformity
    Camilo A. Molina, Faculty
    SSYM03C
    8:45-9:05 am
    Posterior Based Osteotomies: PSO versus PCO When and How To Use Them
    Alexander Tuchman, Faculty
    SSYM03D
    9:05-9:25 am
    Use of Anterior, Lateral, and Oblique Approaches to Correct Deformity: Which Deformity Patients Does This Work For?
    Dr. Praveen V. Mummaneni, Faculty
    SSYM03E
    9:25-9:45 am
    Minimally Invasive Deformity Correction: Which Patients Are Good Candidates and Surgical Pearls to Get Adequate Correction
    Neel Anand, Faculty
    SSYM03F
    9:45-10:00 am
    Break
    Through collaboration with the Scoliosis Research Society, we will review current practice in spinal deformity surgery. The course will consist of didactic lectures but leaders in the field as well as case based, small group discussions.
    BRK1
    10:00-10:20 am
    Coronal Deformity: When to Treat, How to Correct, and Intraoperative Assessment
    Dr. Richard P Menger, Faculty
    SSYM03H
    10:20-10:40 am
    Managing Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis Adulthood
    Munish Gupta, Faculty
    SSYM03I
    10:40-11:00 am
    AIS Transition to Adulthood
    Laurel Blakemore, Faculty
    SSYM03J
    11:00-11:05 am
    Break
    BRK2
    11:05-11:25 am
    Medical Complications: Risk Factors and Avoidance
    Dr. Marcus D. Mazur, Faculty
    SSYM03K
    11:25-11:45 am
    Mechanical Complications: Risk Factors and Avoidance
    Eric O. Klineberg, Faculty
    SSYM03L
    11:45 am-12:05 pm
    Step-by-Step Open Correction of a Degenerative Kyphoscoliotic Patient
    SSYM03M
    12:05 pm-12:10 pm
    Lunch Break
    Through collaboration with the Scoliosis Research Society, we will review current practice in spinal deformity surgery. The course will consist of didactic lectures but leaders in the field as well as case based, small group discussions.
    SS02Z
    12:10 pm-1:40 pm
    TL Deformity Case Discussions
    Dr. Jeffrey Paul Mullin, Course Director
    Dr. Joseph A Osorio, Course Director
    SSYM03N
    1:40-2:00 pm
    C2-7 SVA, T1Slope, CBVA: What They Mean and Why They Are Important
    Dr. Christopher I. Shaffrey, Sr., Faculty
    SSYM03O
    2:00-2:20 pm
    Cervical Osteotmies: Tips and Techniques for Cervical Deformity Correction
    Dr. Lee A. Tan, Faculty
    SSYM03P
    2:20-2:40 pm
    How To Avoid Creating a Cervical Deformity
    Dr. K. Daniel Riew, Faculty
    SSYM03Q
    2:40-2:55 pm
    Break
    Through collaboration with the Scoliosis Research Society, we will review current practice in spinal deformity surgery. The course will consist of didactic lectures but leaders in the field as well as case based, small group discussions.
    BRK02
    2:55-3:15 pm
    Complication Avoidance and Management
    Dr. Peter G Passias, Faculty
    SSYM03R
    3:15-3:35 pm
    Correction of the Cervicothoracic Deformity: When Is It at the Junction and When Is It Combined CT and LS Issue?
    Dr. Christopher P. Ames, Faculty
    SSYM03S
    3:35-4:55 pm
    CT Deformity Case Discussion
    SSYM03T
    4:55-5:00 pm
    Closing Remarks
    SSYM03U
    PARTICIPANTS
    Dr. Jeffrey Paul Mullin
    Course Director
    Dr. Joseph A Osorio
    Course Director
    Serena Hu
    Faculty
    $-Ticketed Session: Composed of two sessions: SSYM01 & SYM01. Select this option to take both at a discounted rate. The morning session (SYM01A) will be held at the Marriott Marquis Houston- Texas Ballroom- Salon G; the afternoon session (SYM1B) will be held at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Room 351ABDE.
    $-Ticketed Session: Join the CNS and experts from across the professional landscape as we explore the growing need for digital fluency in neurosurgery. We have gathered thought leaders from academia and our industrial partners to bring you the latest developments in artificial intelligence. This symposium aims to be a launching pad for your future with AI, so you can learn how to integrate these tools into your practice.
    PARTICIPANTS
    Dr. Eric Karl Oermann
    Faculty
    Daniel Donoho
    Course Director
    Dr. Omar Arnaout
    Course Director
    Dr. Samuel Robert Browd
    Course Director
    $-Ticketed Session: Composed of two sessions: SYM04A & SYM04B. Select this option to take both at a discounted rate.
    $-Ticketed Session: Half-day symposium intended to highlight advancements in surgical techniques for traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury. Management of patients with neurotrauma has become increasingly complex with more attention paid to highly focused therapy targeting neurophysiologic principles. Educational Grant provided by: Sophysa USA
    PRESENTATIONS
    Time Title Participant Number
    8:00-8:20 am
    Introductions and Interesting Cases
    $-Ticketed Session: Half-day symposium intended to highlight advancements in surgical techniques for traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury. Management of patients with neurotrauma has become increasingly complex with more attention paid to highly focused therapy targeting neurophysiologic principles. Educational Grant provided by: Sophysa USA
    SYM04A01
    8:20-8:50 am
    Blood Thinners Before and After TBI
    $-Ticketed Session: Half-day symposium intended to highlight advancements in surgical techniques for traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury. Management of patients with neurotrauma has become increasingly complex with more attention paid to highly focused therapy targeting neurophysiologic principles. Educational Grant provided by: Sophysa USA
    SYM04A02
    8:50-9:20 am
    CSDs and TBI
    $-Ticketed Session: Half-day symposium intended to highlight advancements in surgical techniques for traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury. Management of patients with neurotrauma has become increasingly complex with more attention paid to highly focused therapy targeting neurophysiologic principles. Educational Grant provided by: Sophysa USA
    SYM04A03
    9:20-9:50 am
    Outcomes and Metrics in TBI
    $-Ticketed Session: Half-day symposium intended to highlight advancements in surgical techniques for traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury. Management of patients with neurotrauma has become increasingly complex with more attention paid to highly focused therapy targeting neurophysiologic principles. Educational Grant provided by: Sophysa USA
    SYM04A04
    9:50-10:00 am
    Break
    $-Ticketed Session: Half-day symposium intended to highlight advancements in surgical techniques for traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury. Management of patients with neurotrauma has become increasingly complex with more attention paid to highly focused therapy targeting neurophysiologic principles. Educational Grant provided by: Sophysa USA
    SYM04A05
    10:00-10:30 am
    Blast Injury and Military TBI
    $-Ticketed Session: Half-day symposium intended to highlight advancements in surgical techniques for traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury. Management of patients with neurotrauma has become increasingly complex with more attention paid to highly focused therapy targeting neurophysiologic principles. Educational Grant provided by: Sophysa USA
    SYM04A06
    10:30-11:00 am
    Penetrating Head Injury Guidelines
    $-Ticketed Session: Half-day symposium intended to highlight advancements in surgical techniques for traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury. Management of patients with neurotrauma has become increasingly complex with more attention paid to highly focused therapy targeting neurophysiologic principles. Educational Grant provided by: Sophysa USA
    SYM04A07
    11:00-11:30 am
    What Is New Is Spinal Cord Injury Management?
    $-Ticketed Session: Half-day symposium intended to highlight advancements in surgical techniques for traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury. Management of patients with neurotrauma has become increasingly complex with more attention paid to highly focused therapy targeting neurophysiologic principles. Educational Grant provided by: Sophysa USA
    SYM04A10
    11:30 am-12:00 pm
    Novel Technologies in Spine Surgery
    $-Ticketed Session: Half-day symposium intended to highlight advancements in surgical techniques for traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury. Management of patients with neurotrauma has become increasingly complex with more attention paid to highly focused therapy targeting neurophysiologic principles. Educational Grant provided by: Sophysa USA
    SYM04A11
    PARTICIPANTS
    Dr. Laura Benjamin Ngwenya
    Faculty
    Dr. Eiichi Suehiro
    Faculty
    Dr. James M. Ecklund
    Faculty
    Dr. Ann Margaret Parr
    Faculty
    Dr. Ryan Seiji Kitagawa
    Course Director
    Dr. Patricia B. Raksin
    Course Director
    Dr. Shelly D. Timmons
    Faculty
    Dr. John R. Williams
    Faculty
    Dr. Randy Scott Bell
    Faculty
    Dr. David P. Darrow
    Faculty
    Dr. Line G. Jacques
    Faculty
    $-Ticketed Session: This symposium will provide a comprehensive overview of management of facial pain by experts in the field. Educational Grant provided by: LivaNova USA, Inc.
    PRESENTATIONS
    Time Title Participant Number
    8:00-8:05 am
    Welcome
    This symposium will provide a comprehensive overview of management of facial pain by experts in the field.
    Dr. Andrew W. Grande, Moderator
    Dr. Hamid Borghei-Razavi, Course Director
    SYM05A
    8:05-8:20 am
    Historical Evolution of MVD
    This symposium will provide a comprehensive overview of management of facial pain by experts in the field.
    Dr. John M. Tew, Jr., Faculty
    SYM05B
    8:20-8:35 am
    Diagnosis of TN and TN Mimics
    This symposium will provide a comprehensive overview of management of facial pain by experts in the field.
    Dr. Zaman Mirzadeh, Faculty
    SYM05C
    8:35-8:50 am
    Glossopharyngeal Neuralgia, Hemifacial Spasm, Nervous Intermedius Neuralgia, HELPS/Vancouver Syndrome
    This symposium will provide a comprehensive overview of management of facial pain by experts in the field.
    Dr. Ahmed M.T. Raslan, Faculty
    SYM05D
    8:50-9:00 am
    Effective Non-Surgical Management
    This symposium will provide a comprehensive overview of management of facial pain by experts in the field.
    Dr. Rushna Ali, Faculty
    SYM05E
    9:00-9:15 am
    Panel Discussion/Questions
    This symposium will provide a comprehensive overview of management of facial pain by experts in the field.
    SYM05F
    9:15-9:30 am
    MVD for TN - Surgical Pearls
    This symposium will provide a comprehensive overview of management of facial pain by experts in the field.
    Dr. Raymond F. Sekula, Jr., Faculty
    SYM05G
    9:30-9:40 am
    Application of Exoscope and Other New Technologies in MVD
    This symposium will provide a comprehensive overview of management of facial pain by experts in the field.
    Dr. Alexander Kwong-Tak Yu, Faculty
    SYM05H
    9:40-9:55 am
    MVD for Hemifacial Spasm, GN, NIN- Surgical Pearls
    This symposium will provide a comprehensive overview of management of facial pain by experts in the field.
    Dr. Varun Ranjan Kshettry, Faculty
    SYM05I
    9:55-10:10 am
    Advanced Surgical Techniques for Moving Vessels
    This symposium will provide a comprehensive overview of management of facial pain by experts in the field.
    Dr. Risheng Xu, Faculty
    SYM05J
    10:10-10:25 am
    Skull Base Approaches to Lesions of the Trigeminal Nerve Causing Secondary TN
    $-Ticketed Session: This symposium will provide a comprehensive overview of management of facial pain by experts in the field.
    Dr. James K. Liu, Faculty
    SYM05K
    10:25-10:40 am
    Challenging Cases 1 - Interactive Review
    This symposium will provide a comprehensive overview of management of facial pain by experts in the field.
    Dr. Shervin Rahimpour, Faculty
    SYM05L
    10:40-10:50 am
    Break
    This symposium will provide a comprehensive overview of management of facial pain by experts in the field.
    SYM05M
    10:50-11:05 am
    Percutaneous Approaches for TN
    This symposium will provide a comprehensive overview of management of facial pain by experts in the field.
    Dr. Jonathan Andrew Forbes, Faculty
    SYM05N
    11:05-11:15 am
    Stereotactic Radiosurgery for TN
    This symposium will provide a comprehensive overview of management of facial pain by experts in the field.
    Dr. Ajay Niranjan, Faculty
    SYM05O
    11:15-11:30 am
    Neuromodulation for Facial Pain - DBS, MCS, High Cervical SCS, Peripheral Nerve Field Stimulation
    This symposium will provide a comprehensive overview of management of facial pain by experts in the field.
    Dr. Ashwin Viswanathan, Faculty
    SYM05P
    11:30-11:45 am
    Panel Discussions/Questions
    This symposium will provide a comprehensive overview of management of facial pain by experts in the field.
    SYM05Q
    11:45 am-12:00 pm
    Challenging Cases 2 - Interactive Review
    This symposium will provide a comprehensive overview of management of facial pain by experts in the field.
    Dr. Omar Arnaout, Faculty
    SYM05R
    PARTICIPANTS
    Dr. Varun Ranjan Kshettry
    Faculty
    Dr. Andrew W. Grande
    Course Director
    Dr. Alexander Kwong-Tak Yu
    Faculty
    Dr. Ashwin Viswanathan
    Faculty
    Dr. James K. Liu
    Faculty
    Dr. Shervin Rahimpour
    Faculty
    Dr. Jonathan Andrew Forbes
    Faculty
    Dr. Ajay Niranjan
    Faculty