SuperPacMan Friday, 11/10/17 06:07:30 PM Re: None 0 Post # of 9671 Scientific Advisory Board for LXGTF: We keep on lauding the accomplishments of Jonathan Maltz as Chief Scientific Advisor behind LXGTF and well we should, but it shouldnt be overlooked that the entire Scientific Advisory board are quite renowned in their field and brings a tremendous advantage by way of depth of knowlege. These guys are from Berkely, Emory, UCSF and Standford and are not lightweights at all. Jonathan Maltz, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Advisor Dr. Maltz, received his PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley, and has over 16 years of experience designing new devices for assessing vascular function and evaluating these on human subjects. Dr Maltz is author of over 25 peer-reviewed publications, and holds 18 granted US patents. Jeffrey Olgin, M.D., Medical Advisor Dr. Jeffrey Olgin, a cardiologist and electrophysiologist, is co-director of the UCSF Heart and Vascular Center and chief of Cardiology. A specialist in the treatment of arrhythmias, he has developed treatment techniques for irregular heartbeats and founded the UCSF Atrial Arrhythmia Clinic that provides comprehensive patient care and studies genetic links in atrial fibrillation. Greg Robertson, M.D., Medical Advisor Dr. Greg Robertson is chief of the Emory Heart and Vascular Clinic at Johns Creek. At the Emory Johns Creek Hospital he is chief of cardiology and the medical director of the cardiac catheterization laboratory and interventional program. He is board certified in Vascular Medicine, Endovascular Medicine, Interventional Cardiology and Cardiovascular Medicine. He is an associate professor of medicine at Emory University. Dr. Robertson’s clinical expertise has focused on preventative care and using minimally-invasive vascular and cardiac treatment. James Wall, M.D., Medical Advisor Dr. James Wall is a practicing Pediatric Surgeon at Stanford University. He is an alumnus of the Stanford Biodesign program and holds a Master's degree in Bioengineering. His current research interest is in the design, development and analysis of health technology as well as the emerging field of surgical endoscopy. James currently leads the surgical endoscopy program at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital and is the Assistant Director of the Biodesign Innovation Fellowship for Stanford Biodesign.