UCNI Leadership Team

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The University of Cincinnati Neuroscience Institute (UCNI), founded in 1998, is dedicated to providing unmatched care and leading-edge treatments to patients with neurological disorders throughout the world. Joseph Broderick, MD, serves as Director of UCNI. He works closely with UCNI’s management team, which includes Anya Sanchez, MD, MBA, Administrative Director.

Members of UCNI’s leadership team are pictured above. Front row, from left:  Peggy Wilkerson (Program Coordinator, UCNI), Bill Fussinger (Executive Director for Business and Administration, Departments of Emergency Medicine and Otolaryngology), Joseph Broderick, MD (Research Director, UCNI), John M. Tew, Jr., MD (Co-Founder, UCNI), Gina Weitzel (Senior Director of Development, UCNI) back row, from left: Kati Elfers, MBA (Executive Director, Business and Administration, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience), Neil Holsing, MBA (Executive Director, Business & Administration, Departments of Neurology and Pathology), Anya Sanchez, MD, MBA (Administrative Director, UCNI), Pat Bell, CPA (Senior Business Administrator, Department of Neurosurgery/Mayfield Clinic) and Debra Titlebaum (Manager, Public Relations and Marketing, UCNI). Not pictured: Heidi Salyer, RN, CNRN, Director of Nursing, UCNI.

You can reach a member of the UCNI leadership team by calling 1-866-941-UCNI (8642) or by filling out a form on our contact page.

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