Steven R. Flanagan, MD, is the chairman, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, New York University School of Medicine, and medical director, Rusk Rehabilitation, New York University--Langone Medical Center. Dr. Flanagan is widely published with over 50 journal articles and book chapters and has researched the impact and treatment of brain injury. He is a frequent guest in multimedia venues and has lectured both nationally and internationally on topics related to brain injury and rehabilitation.
Herb Zaretsky, PhD, is currently clinical professor of Rehabilitation Medicine at the New York University School of Medicine and has also served for many years as the administrator, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Rusk Institute, New York University--Langone Medical Center. He received his PhD from Adelphi University. He has published extensively in the field of rehabilitation in such areas as psychological aspects of disability, geriatric rehabilitation, learning and conditioning with the neurologically impaired and spinal cord injured, rehabilitation psychology and long-term care of the chronically ill, chronic pain management, and behavioral medicine applications in rehabilitation. Dr. Zaretsky is a fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA), past president of APA's Division of Rehabilitation Psychology, and recipient of APA's Distinguished Contributions to Rehabilitation Psychology Award. He is a long-serving member of the board of directors of the national and international Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and currently is chair of the CARF board. Dr. Zaretsky was also formerly president of the board of directors of the American Cancer Society's (ACS) Eastern Division (New York and New Jersey) and the recipient of the St. George Medal, a national award from ACS in recognition of outstanding contributions to the control of cancer.
Alex Moroz, MD, is associate professor, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, New York University School of Medicine, and was an editor and contributing author to the fourth edition of Medical Aspects of Disability for the Rehabilitation Professional. He continues to build an impressive journal article publication resume (more than 40 articles); has received multiple grants including the Hartford Foundation, American Geriatrics Society grant to develop a geriatrics curriculum for physical medicine and rehabilitation residents; and is a four-time Teaching Excellence Award winner (2001, 2008, 2011, 2015) from the graduating resident class.