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Journal of Spine
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Dr. Yeung is a board certified orthopedic spine surgeon sub-specializing in endoscopic surgery of the lumbar spine. Dr. Yeung is currently the executive director of International Intradiscal and Transforaminal Therapy Society, having also served as President and Director of Medical Education. Locally, Dr. Yeung has been honored by the Business Journal as a “Health Care Hero” and awarded the Arizona Medical Association’s Humanitarian and National leadership Award.

Research Interest

Minimally invasive/endoscopic spine surgery, orthopedic surgery

Hiroshi Kuroki
Hiroshi Kuroki, MD
Associate Professor
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Faculty of Medicine
University of Miyazaki

Dr. Kuroki is a head physician of department of orthopaedic surgery at the National Hospital Organization (NHO) Miyazaki Higashi Hospital in Japan. He is a board certificate spine surgeon approved by Japanese Society for Spine Surgery and Related Research. He is also an active member of SICOT. He is registered as an adversary board of SPINE and a reviewer of Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research and so on. He graduated from Miyazaki Medical College (present The University of Miyazaki) in 1990. After completing residency program, he started a career as a spine surgeon in 1994. He received DMSc. degree from Miyazaki Medical College in 2005. He visited US twice as a clinical observer and a research fellow. In 1998, he studied the management of spinal deformity under Marc Asher, MD (Kansas City, Kansas). From 2001 to 2002, he performed spine biomechanical researches in the Vijay Goel, PhD lab (Toledo, Ohio). He was awarded several prizes and honors, such as: Taisho-Toyama Award and a member of Asia travelling fellowship from Japanese Society for Spine Surgery and Related Research, and Best Paper Award from Japanese Scoliosis Society.  He has published more than 20 in peer-reviewed journals and is an author of 3 chapters in some books (English only). He is now working in the NHO Miyazaki Higashi Hospital as not only a spine surgeon but also an orthopaedic surgeon after resigned from an associate professor of The University of Miyazaki in 2014.

Research Interest

Spine and spinal cord disorders, spinal deformity, spine biomechanics

Siavash S. Haghighi
Siavash S. Haghighi, PhD
Clinical Neurodiagnostic Department
Sharp HealthCare

Dr. Haghighi has been active in areas of spinal cord injury and application of applied neurophysiology in particular evoked responses in clinical research for the last twenty years. His efforts in these areas have resulted in numerous publications in international as well as national scientific journals. He has been recognized as an authority in the field, and been invited speaker in numerous national meetings. He is currently investigating the role of multipulse transcranial electrical stimulation in spinal surgery.

Research Interest

Intra-operative neurophysiologic monitoring, Neurology, Neurosurgery

Afrooz Afghani
Afrooz Afghani, PhD, MPH
Professorial Lecturer
Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics
Department of Exercise & Nutrition Sciences
Milken Institute of Public Health
George Washington University

Professor Afghanis education, research and teaching experience in the last two decades integrate the disciplines of clinical and preventive medicine, kinesiology, nutrition, human physiology, and epidemiology. Dr. Afghani earned her PhD from a highly competitive five-year program at the University of Southern California with a dual focus in Kinesiology and Epidemiology. Since then, she has collaborated with world renowned researchers and clinicians at USC and UC, San Diego on several NIH-funded research projects with interest in the factors that influence bone acquisition, maintenance, and loss in healthy or diseased children, adults and the elderly of multi-ethnicities. Dr. Afghani has published extensively in the fields of preventive medicine, sports medicine and endocrinology in reputable peer-reviewed scientific journals and has been the editor of two books and the author of several book chapters. She also serves on the honorary editorial board of Clinical Medicine: Pediatrics and the Open Obesity Journal. Professor Afghanis teaching experience has been extensive as well both in the classroom setting (USC and UCLA) and online (TUI) where she has taught and mentored students at the undergraduate and graduate levels since 2000.

Research Interest

Kinesiology, Epidemiology

Alessandro Landi
Alessandro Landi, MD       
Neurosurgeon and Spine surgeon
PhD in Neuroscience and Maxillo-Facial Surgery
Consultant of the General Command of the Carabinieri Army of Rome Dpt of Neurology and Phsychiatry Division of Neurosurgery A
University of Rome  
Sapienza, Italy

Dr. Alessandro Landi complted his Residency in Neurosurgery from the University of Rome, Italy from 1998-2005.He is continuing his PhD from he same University presently. Dr. Landi is the member of many international affiliations. He is presently working as a neurosurgeon in Department of Neurological Sciences, University of Rome.

Research Interest

Anterior and Posterior spine surgery; cranio-cervical junction surgery, pain therapy; minimally invasive and endoscopic spine surgery; spinal neurooncology, Application of hemocomponents in spine surgery; spine trauma, neurotraumatology, biomolecular research for bone augmentation