ASNM Fellows

How does ASNM define a fellow?

The bylaws of the ASNM defines a Fellow as someone who has made outstanding contributions to the field of neurophysiological monitoring which may include a significant contribution to the ASNM and has been a member of the Society in good standing for at least five years. The Membership Committee, through its subsidiary Awards Subcommittee, shall review all nominations and make a recommendation to the Board of Directors at the next scheduled meeting of the Board. The Board of Directors shall be the final authority in the granting of Fellowship.

  • Gene K. Balzer, PhD 
  • Jeffrey R. Balzer, PhD
  • Rebecca Clark-Bash
  • Bernard Allan Cohen, PhD
  • Matt A. Cotton
  • Joseph Danto, PhD
  • Kiara A. Ebinger, PhD
  • Harvey L. Edmonds, Jr., PhD
  • Clare C. Gale
  • John N. Gardi, PhD
  • Jeffrey Gertsch, MD
  • Laverne D. Gugino, MD, PhD
  • LanJun Guo, MD, MSc
  • Leo T. Happel, PhD
  • Robert Holdefer, PhD
  • Muhammad Tariq Imtiaz, MD
  • Michael R. Isley, PhD
  • Faisal R. Jahangiri, MD
  • Jack M. Kartush, MD
  • Antoun Koht, MD
  • George “Trey” Lee, III, MD
  • Ronald E. Leppanen, PhD
  • William Hal Martin, PhD 
  • Michael T. McCaffrey, PhD
  • Josh Mergos, MS, CNIM
  • Robert E. Minahan, MD 
  • E. Tracy Mishler, MA


  • Aage R. Moller, PhD 
  • David E. Morledge, PhD
  • Brett Netherton
  • Marc R. Nuwer, MD, PhD
  • Jeffrey H. Owen, PhD
  • Ronald C. Pearlman, PhD
  • Kent S. Rice
  • Daniel Schwartz, PhD
  • Robert J. Sclabassi, MD, PhD
  • Anthony K. Sestokas, PhD 
  • Jay L. Shils, PhD
  • Justin Silverstein, DHSc, CNIM 
  • Stanley Skinner, MD 
  • Tod B. Sloan, MD, PhD 
  • John D. Spydell, PhD
  • Mark Menniti Stecker, MD, PhD
  • Arvydas Tamkus, MD, PhD 
  • J. Richard Tokeikis, PhD
  • Vernon L. Towle, PhD
  • Richard W. Vogel, PhD
  • Patty A. Warf
  • James Watt Jr., BS, R.EPT, CNIM
  • Lawrence R. Wierzbowski, AuD
  • W. Bryan Wilent, PhD
  • Charles D. Yingling, PhD 
  • Donald H. York, PhD

Updated May 2023

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