Physicians and Scientists

Robert M. Dean, MD

Dr. Robert Dean is Board Certified in Internal Medicine. Since 1997, Dr. Dean has helped patients in clinical practice and has given numerous talks at various medical conferences. He has traveled around the world with the Starkey Hearing Foundation helping to give the gift of hearing. Treated post-travel illnesses at the Tropical Medical Clinic and collaborated on research in women with HIV in Mexico City. Dr. Dean recently brought his knowledge and passion to the small screen as creator, writer and host of a new TV show titled Cures for Mankind. In this show, he explores the rainforest to find little-known and often dangerous plants and animals that are the source of many life-saving medications. His non-profit of the same name is dedicated to the preservation of Natures Treasure Trove.

Michael Haghighi, MD

Dr. Haghighi started the Sports Medicine fellowship program at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida in 2002.
He was also the official team physician for Jacksonville’s professional Football and Soccer teams before joining Advanced Regenerative Orthopedics.

Dr. Michael Haghighi received his undergraduate degree from the University of South Carolina in biology premedical while playing soccer. He graduated with honors from American University of the Caribbean Medical School which also included one of the years of medical school training in London, England with the Royal hospital system.

Nick Willett Ph.D.

PhD, Biomedical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, 2010 Postdoctoral, Bioengineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, 2010 – 2013

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