Director, Institute of Health Sciences
Richard L. Trader Sr. MMsc RRT PA-C FCCM
In 2003, he was elected by the Society of Critical Care Medicine as a Fellow of the American College of Critical Care Medicine, which recognized his role as a pioneer in Medical Education and Critical Care Medicine, at their international conference in San Antonio, Texas. Developed the first two-year AA degree program for Respiratory Therapist in Maryland and the first one year post-graduate residency program for Physician Assistants in Intensive Care Medicine...
Director Electroneurodiagnostic Technology
Kellee Trice, BS R.EEG/EP.T RPSGT
She directs the operation of the END Technology program and communicates and partners directly with the Director of Institute of Health Sciences. She holds a BS degree from Widener University and has over 25 years experience as an Electroneurodiagnostic technologist and educator. Involvement in several Electroneurodiagnostic Technology organizations...
Director of Nursing
Lynn Kuser-Trader, BS RN CCRN
A graduate of St. Joseph School of Nursing in Baltimore, Maryland. She has over thirty years experience in bedside nursing, she coordinated the clinical and didactic orientation for new nurses in the Intensive Care Unit at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore...
CO-Medical Director END Technology Program
Richard L. Taylor, M.D., F.A.A.N.,
Medical Director Clinical Neurophysiology
Greater Baltimore Medical Center
He attended the Johns Hopkins University and the University Of Maryland School Of Medicine, graduating both with honors. He then interned at Mercy Hospital in Baltimore and went on to complete a neurology residency at the University Of Maryland Hospital...
CO-Medical Director END Technology
Peter Kaplan, MBBS F.A.A.N
Professor of Neurology John Hopkins
Director of the Johns Hopkins Bayview EEG/Epilepsy Program
Co-Medical Director of END
Dr. Peter Kaplan received his medical training from St. Bartholomew's Medical School, University of London. He then obtained membership to the Royal School of Physicians in England. He completed his residency in neurology at Duke University Medical Center...
Adjunct Faculty END Technology
Denise L. Bates, R.EP T./C.N.I.M/MBA
She is a recognized leader and educator in the field of Electroneurodiagnostic Technology with 14 years of Intra-operative Neurophysiologic Monitoring (IOM) preceded by several years of experience in EEG, EP, and Polysomnography. She has been employed in the IOM private sector for 11 years with responsibilities including clinical educator, board-prep class instructor, training...
Adjunct Faculty END Technology
Justin Silverstein, MS, CNIM, R.NCS.T, CNCT
Justin Silverstein is considered a leader in the field of Intra-Operative Neurophysiological Monitoring. He is a peer-reviewed published researcher, clinical practitioner and educator in Intra-Operative Neurophysiological Monitoring and Neuronal Conduction. Justin’s graduate coursework focused in behavioral neuroscience, neurological deficits and electrophysiology. He is currently the Director of Clinical Neurophysiology for Spine Medical Services, PLLC and was the former Director of Education for a large private neuromonitoring group. Justin is a frequent lecturer at national and regional symposia...