Shahram Khoshbin, M.D. is an Associate Professor of Neurology at the Harvard Medical School, and a Neurologist at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Children’s Hospital. He received his M.D. from Johns Hopkins University and then came to Harvard for his internship and residency in pediatrics at the Children’s Hospital. In addition, he completed his adult neurology residency in the Harvard Combined Neurology Program. He joined the medical staff of the Brigham and Women’s Hospital after finishing fellowships in neurophysiology at the Children’s Hospital and at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital. His research interests include the electrical activity of the brain. He has a special interest in the relationship of brain disease and the visual arts. At the Medical School, he has taught neurophysiology, basic neuroscience, clinical neurology, EEG, and evoked potentials. He is the recipient of two Faculty awards and three Class awards for teaching. He currently is one of the course directors for “Training the Eye,” a course that teaches clinical diagnosis to medical students using principles of the visual arts and utilizing the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts and The Gardner Museum. Dr. Khoshbin has also taught and advised undergraduate students as a resident tutor at Harvard College, and is a former Master of Currier House, Harvard College. He and his wife Laura (an attorney in the law office for the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and its affiliates) co-teach a seminar on Medicine, Law, and Ethics at Harvard College.