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Dr. Michael Platt

Associate Professor of Otolaryngology,

Head & Neck Surgery
Residency Program Director

My area of expertise include diseases of the nose, sinuses, and anterior skull base. I specialize in endoscopic management of disorders which can be accessed through a transnasal approach. My research interests include chronic sinusitis, nasal polyps, and gene expression profiling.

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Elizabeth M. Brannon

Director of Undergraduate Studies; Director

of the Undergraduate Honors Program

Dr. Brannon's research program examines the evolution and development of quantitative cognition. She studies how adult humans, infants, young children and nonhuman animals without language represent number. She uses behavioral techniques, event-related potentials, functional magnetic resonance imaging, and single-unit physiology to explore the cognitive and neural underpinnings of numerical cognition in nonhuman primates and throughout the human lifespan.  A major current focus is to study how training the primitive number sense might facilitate mathematical abilities in children and adults.


Kristina Dinerman

Deputy General Counsel,

Global Content at Twitch


Senior Executive with proven track record in media and digital companies. Expertise in content acquisition and distribution. Ability to structure, negotiate and close complex partnerships. Significant experience in international markets. Experience managing business development and legal and business affairs teams globally.


Dr. Walter W. Windisch

Clinical Psychologist

Austin Drake



Dr. Walter W Windisch specializes in clinical psychologist in Towson, MD and has over 36 years of experience in the field of medicine. He graduated from his medical school with his medical degree in 1984. Dr. Walter W Windisch is licensed to practice by the state board in Maryland.


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