Expert Witness: E-001432
This qualified expert has more than 25 years of full time experience as a nephrologist practicing both in the private practice and academic settings, specializing in the care of complex patients with multi-system diseases such as obesity, diabetes mellitus and heart disease as described in this case. He is also extensively published in his field, and has held both high ranking clinical and academic appointments throughout his career.
Expert Witness: E-007371
The expert is currently a Professor at a major university nursing school and a Family Nurse Practitioner at a community health center. In addition to several associate dean roles at various universities, she has published extensively on various topics including background checks, moral turpitude, and nursing. She is currently researching childhood obesity in addition to teaching pediatrics courses and several others.
Expert Witness: E-074506
This expert in health and fitness has decades of academic and industry experience in personal fitness training. He began his career completing a BS at Southeast Missouri State in Health Management and then continued on to complete a Master degree in Exercise Physiology where he graduated summa cum laude. For four years prior to starting his PhD, this expert worked as a clinical exercise physiologist during which time he conducted fitness assessments and provided ...
Expert Witness: E-009344
This highly qualified Associate Professor of Biostatistics and Epidemiology completed a M.P.H. and Ph.D. in Epidemiology and is fellowship trained in Preventive Cardiology. He is a member of numerous professional organizations including the Society for Epidemiologic Research, the American Diabetes Association and the UMass NIH funded Diabetes and Endocrinology Research Center. He is highly active in the research community with his projects attracting millions of dollars ...


General Surgery Experts Discuss Surgical Wound Infection OBESITY Expert Case

This case involves a middle-aged male patient in Wyoming who was morbidly obese patient who suffered from an infected surgical incision following surgery. The patient presented to a general surgeon for what was initially supposed to be a routine gallbladde …