Heather Rhodes, DHS is a research scholar with deep experience in radiology, public health policy, autism outcomes, and Continuing Medical Education. She is an experienced patient advocate with working knowledge of interdisciplinary teams, and has a passion in the field of neuropsychiatric and neurodevelopmental disorders. This Bowling Green, Kentucky native is focused on integrative medicine with a particular interest in its application towards medical interventions, especially in autism. Her personal and professional goals include increasing patient value in primary care, defining evidence-based interventions for brain health, and improving the quality of life of those individuals diagnosed with neurological disease. In her free time, Heather loves to be active in the outdoors with her son Luke, who inspires her every day.
James Lyons-Weiler, PhD is CEO and President of IPAK and full faculty. A full bio is available here. His focus is to bring objective science to bear on public public to bring about a reduction in human pain and suffering. He advocates for unbiased, uncensored results via the tried and true methods of rational inquiry and the scientific method.