Dr. Wendell Gibby is the Director of Blue Rock Medical Center in Provo, Utah, and was voted as top 20 radiologists in the country. As an avid researcher, Dr. Gibby holds numerous patents for advanced imaging and MR contrast agents. He has written books on CT and MRI physics, and co-authored a 1700 page textbook on neuroradiology, and has held faculty positions at 3 different Universities. Dr. Gibby was one of the first to perform interventional spine procedures, such as percutaneous discectomy & vertebroplasty, and is also doing pioneer work in quantitative fMRI and augmented reality procedures. His fellowship was in Neuroradiology from the University of Pennsylvania, and he is currently an Adjunct Professor at UCSD in California.
Dr. Andrew Gibby completed his Interventional Radiology Fellowship training at the Mallinckrodt Radiological Institute at Barnes Jewish Hospital. He completed his radiology residency training at the George Washington University Hospital where he was chief resident, and has written book chapters and numerous research papers. He is credited with helping to create the Gibby-Cvetko Brain Atlas.
Dr. Conrad Gibby completed his fellowship training at Johns Hopkins University. He also trained at Cleveland Clinic and Baylor College of Medicine. He has written numerous research papers. He has a specific interest in functional imaging of the brain, and has presented papers at major medical societies on this topic.