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Kenneth J. McLeod, PhD

Dr. Kenneth J. McLeod

Sonostics President & Chief Executive Officer

Dr. McLeod received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from MIT and completed post-doctoral studies in Anatomy and Cell Biology at Tufts University. His research expertise is in the area of electromagnetic interactions with living tissue, and he holds over 25 patents in this area. He is a serial entrepreneur, having launched twelve ventures over the past 30 years, primarily in the health and wellness industry. More info on Sonostics can be found here: www.sonostics.com

Eric Dohner, MD Eric Dohner MD

Eric Dohner, M.D. received his medical degree from Temple University School of Medicine, Pennsylvania and completed his residency at Strong Memorial and Highland Hospital in Rochester, New York. He is board certified by the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine (ABVLM) and certified as a Registered Phlebology Sonographer (RPhS) and a member of both The American Society of Lasers in Medicine and Surgery and The American College of Phlebology.

Dr. Dohner is the current Chief of Medicine at Delaware Valley Hospital, New York and the Medical Director for New York Skin and Vein Center, the premier vein institute in Upstate New York with offices in 5 counties. He is the author of two healthcare books and is currently working on a third.


Contributing Author Eric Dohner, MD

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Advancing age is the dominant risk factor for dementia. Individuals under age 65 rarely develop dementia, but then risk doubles every five years after age 65. In individuals over age 85, up to one-half...

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