Dr. Randall K. Wolf pioneered in 1999 a minimally invasive approach for the surgical treatment of Atrial Fibrillation, the Wolf Mini-Maze procedure for this surgical and technological advance. In 2006, the Cincinnati Business Courier named Dr. Wolf "Innovator of the Year". He has taught this revolutionary procedure to over 500 heart surgeons from 20 countries.
Dr. Wolf has been a visiting professor in 18 countries, including Oxford University, University of Tokyo and Peking University. He was the first North American heart surgeon to perform Da Vinci™ robotic cardiac surgery.
Dr. Elizabeth Murray is a forensic anthropologist and an anatomist. She is one of a few anthropologists to hold a diploma and certification by the American Board of Forensic Anthropology. Dr. Murray’s teaching has been honored with several awards, but her interest in education goes far beyond the classroom.