JALAL B. ANDRE M.D. Dr. Jalal B. Andre holds a faculty position of Assistant Professor in Radiology at the University of Washington. Dr. Andre's clinical and research training includes four-year residency training in diagnostic radiology at Monmouth Medical Center, NJ, followed by two-year fellowship training in neuroradiology at Stanford University, including focused research in physics-intensive advanced MRI techniques including diffusion and perfusion weighted imaging. Dr. Andre has a broad analytical background in biochemistry with additional expertise in chemistry and specific training and experience in translational research including the development and clinical implementation of emerging MRI technologies. Dr. Andre's most recent interests include the application of advanced MRI techniques in imaging mild traumatic brain injury. .
MARIUSZ ZIEJEWSKI, PH.D. Dr. Ziejewski is a Professor in the College of Engineering at North Dakota State University where he is the director of the Impact Biomechanics Laboratory and the director of the Automotive Systems Laboratory. Dr. Ziejewski is also an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Neuroscience at the University Of North Dakota School Of Medicine. For over thirty-five (35) years Dr. Ziejewski’s research focus has been on human body biomechanics with an emphasis on the human brain. He has received many research grants which include grants from the Department of Defense on cellular level brain modeling. Dr. Ziejewksi has consulted extensively with the U.S. Air Force, Army and NHTSA. He has published three book chapters on brain and neck injury and over 80 technical refereed articles.