Scientific Advisory Board
Since its inception, Praesidium has been rooted in validated science and exhaustive Research & Development around new and disruptive applications for our non-contact vital sign detection technology – which we call BioFi. The technical and practical possibilities for our BioFi technology are vast. As we move our technology out of the lab and into commerce, we have empaneled a Scientific Advisory Board comprised of leading medical professionals from outside of the company to bring every-day relevance to the endless possibilities for this technology. The Praesidium SAB’s charter is twofold, namely to:
Provide on-going technical guidance on what constitutes “Best Practice” and “Generally Accepted Guidelines” for data interpretation related to human Heart Rate, Heart Rate Variability, and Respiration, among other vital sign data.
Challenge the company to pursue additional Research & Development possibilities for our BioFi technology. These possibilities are often born from stimulating debate and discussion among the SAB members with questions that typically starts with “What if . . .?, or “Have we considered . . . ?
Jeff Anderson has been practicing pediatric cardiology and electrophysiology for 12 years. He received his MD and MPH for the University of Utah School of Medicine, completed his residency at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, and completed pediatric cardiology and electrophysiology fellowships at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Jeff also earned his MBA at the University of Michigan.
Mark Gordon is a board-certified Cardiologist, completing his Cardiology Fellowship at the University of Minnesota. He is licensed in multiple states and has completed a fellowship in anti-aging and regenerative medicine through the A4M (American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine). Further, he became certified in Advanced Metabolic Cardiology through George Washington University School of Medicine. Mark has traveled internationally as a speaker providing informative lectures to educate physicians and the public on a variety of topics including advanced lipid testing, advanced cardiac biomarkers, and natural options to optimize cardiovascular wellness.
Warren Butterfield provides comprehensive fracture and reconstructive services as part of an integrated trauma system at a community based Level II Trauma Center. He is currently the Director of Orthopedic Trauma at Dixie Regional Medical Center and the Musculoskeletal Clinical Program Associate Director at Intermountain Healthcare. Dr. Butterfield attended his Orthopedic Trauma Fellowship at Grant Medical Center at Columbus OH, and his Orthopedic Surgery Residency at Fort Worth Affiliated Hospitals in Fort Worth TX.
Dr. Butterfield enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife and children while camping, hiking, mountain biking, or skiing. He also enjoys fishing, basketball, guitar, and sport-climbing. Dr. Butterfield also volunteers year round coaching his children’s mountain bike and soccer teams.
Skip Campbell practiced chiropractic medicine in the greater Denver area for nearly 20 years. He holds a Bachelor of Science and a Doctorate in Chiropractic from Life West University. Further, he earned a diplomate in Acupuncture from Texas Chiropractic College. As a chiropractic physician, he treated several professional athletes with the Denver Broncos and Colorado Avalanche. Further, Dr. Campbell also taught a complementary and alternative medical elective at the University of Colorado. While he was practicing chiropractic medicine, Dr. Campbell specialized in the biophysics of motion and pain management.
Patrick J. Strollo, Jr.
Dr. Strollo is a Professor of Medicine and Clinical and Translational Science at the University of Pittsburgh. He is the Chairman of Medicine at the VA Pittsburgh Health System and Vice Chair of Medicine for Veterans Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh. He received his undergraduate degree in Chemistry from Washington College and his MD from the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences. He is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Diseases, and Sleep Medicine.
He has been an active member of the American Thoracic Society and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine for over 25 years. He served as President of the AASM from 2010-2011.
His research has involved team science with an emphasis on translational investigations. His work along with his collaborators has focused on three broad areas of investigation: 1) New strategies/tools for the diagnosis of sleep-disordered breathing, 2) Management of sleep disorder breathing with positive pressure therapy and other novel treatments, and 3) The impact of sleep disorder breathing on cardiovascular function. Dr. Strollo has over 180 publications including the NEJM and JAMA. He has been continuously funded by the NIH since 2004.