Dr. Rakesh Arora

Dr. Arora was born in London, Ontario and obtained a Baccalaureate of Arts degree from the University of Western Ontario. From there, he next achieved his Medical Doctorate from the University of Toronto in 1996 before moving to Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia to undergo his Cardiac Surgery Residency. During his time in his residency in Dalhousie, he completed a Doctorate of Philosophy in the Department of Anatomy/Neurobiology under the supervision of Drs. Andrew Armour and David Hopkins in the field of neurocardiology.

Allison M. Paquin, Pharm.D., (Team Chair), James Rudolph, M.D.

and others on the team from the VA Boston Healthcare System in Massachusetts were the 2012

Marianne Shaughnessey, PhD

is developing an expansion of the Delirium Toolbox. She is at the Geriatric Research,

James Rudolph, MD

is now director of the VA Delirium Patient Safety Center of Inquiry.

More than 7 million hospitalized

More than 7 million hospitalized Americans suffer from delirium each year.

Joe Bienvenu, MD and Dale Needham,

MD at Johns Hopkins are making headlines because of their research on post-traumatic stress disorder among patients who have been in the intensive care unit.