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Medical Advisory Board

Our positive power is in our people, bringing together families, clinicians, researchers and the global community.

Hope for HIE’s Medical Advisory Board is a multidisciplinary board that provides insight, scientific direction, and expertise to the Foundation from leading academic and medical institutions around the world. The members of the Medical Advisory Board are recognized experts in treating patients, leading research on HIE, and developing best practices in treating HIE and supporting families in their respective disciplines.

The Medical Advisory Board Educational Series is a dynamic Q&A format, live-launched event series bringing together the HIE community and experts from the advisory board on a variety of topics.

Led by Amy Cutler, OTR/L, Hope for HIE’s Professional Outreach Chair, this board meets regularly and works on a variety of initiatives to provide insight on patient and family educational materials to ensure accurate information is published, identify collaborations for the foundation, and working with foundation leadership to move the mission of Hope for HIE forward.

Medical Advisory Board

Co-Chairs

Adriana Salcido

MSW – Board Chair

NICU & Early Childhood Social Worker

Amy Cutler

OTR/L

Professional Outreach Chair, Board of Directors

Neonatalogy

Lina Chalak

MD, MSCS

UT Southwestern, Mild HIE Research

Mohamed El Dib

MD

Brigham & Women’s Hospital, President, Newborn Brain Society

Sue Hall

MD, MSW

PsychoSocial Support in the NICU

Nathalie Maitre

MD, PhD

Emory University & Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

Nursing

Brooke Rakes

PhD, RN, RNC-NIC

Neuro ICN Advanced Clinician

Kathi Randall

RN, MSN, CNS, NNP-BC

Neonatal Nurse Practitioner, Synapse Care Solutions

Jayne Solomon

MSN, RNC-NIC, NNP-BC

Neonatal Nurse Practitioner, St. Joseph Women’s Hospital

Occupational Therapy

Amy Cutler

OTR/L

Pediatric OT & HIE Parent

Sue Ludwig

OTR/L

Neonatal Occupational Therapy, President, NANT

Tamara Smith

OTR

Pediatric OT & HIE Parent

Pediatric Neurology

Monica Arroyo

MD

Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital

Bhooma Aravamuthan

MD, DPhil

Movement Disorders Specialist & Lab Researcher, Washington University,
St.
Louis

Danielle Barber

MD, PhD

Clinician, Lab Researcher & HIE Parent, Children’s Hospital of
Philadelphia

Chris Carosella

MD

Sleep Medicine, Johns Hopkins University

Hannah Glass

MD

UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital

Monica Lemmon

MD

Duke University

Adam Numis

MD

Epileptologist, UCSF Benoiff Children’s Hospital

Brittney Pryor Craig

MD

Sleep Medicine, Cook’s Children’s Hospital

Renee Shellhaas

MD, MS

University of Michigan, CS Mott Children’s Hospital

Janet Soul

MD

Epileptologist, Boston Children’s Hospital

Neuropsychology

Seth Warschausky

PhD

University of Michigan Medicine

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Ed Hurvitz

MD

University of Michigan Medicine

Physical Therapy

Ashley Fielding

PT

Sara Morgan

DPT

University of Michigan Medicine

Pediatrics

Beth Robinson Swartz

MD

Pediatric Dentistry & Oral-Maxillofascial Surgeon

Scott Siegel

MD, DDS, FACS, FICS, FAAP

Social Work & Counseling

LaTrice L Dowtin

PhD, LCPC, NCSP, RPT

Evelyn Mascarenas

MSW

Adriana Salcido

MSW

Speech & Language Pathology

Nancy Calamusa

MA, CCC-SLP

Jennifer Kegyes

MA, CCC-SLP

Carole Zangari

PhD, CCC-SLP

Tina Moreno

MA, CCC-SLP

Vision Specialists

Christine Roman-Lantzy

PhD

Deborah Zelinsky

OD, FNORA

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