Meet the ISNR Committees

The ISNR does a lot, but it takes a lot of people to make it happen! Chairpersons of each committee are listed below. If you would like to get in touch with them, please click on the chairperson’s name to communicate by e-mail or reach out to Susan Alvarez, Executive Director, at [email protected].

Standing Committees

Tanya Morosoli, MSc, BCN

Executive Committee

Chaired by the current President of the Board, Tanya Morosoli, MSc

Personnel Committee

Chaired by the current President of the Board, Tanya Morosoli, MSc

Robert Longo, LPC

Ethics Committee

Chaired by Robert Longo, LPC

ISNR values the credibility of our field and for this reason, the Ethics Committee’s role is to help improve the professionalism and ethical conduct of professionals and organizations utilizing neuroregulation techniques, including internationally.

It is important to mention that ISNR is not a legal entity nor a professional board that has authority to penalize or admonish clinicians or organizations.  This committee can only make recommendations in order to help those providers and organizations more clearly align their work with the ISNR Code of Ethics.

Any individual may file an ethics inquiry about an ISNR member to the ISNR Ethics Committee.

If you are concerned about the practice of a provider, please first address it with the provider.  If there is no resolution or the event is suspected to be illegal, please report it to the licensing board and/or other related agency.

The Ethics Committee is committed to maintaining a welcoming and safe environment for all our members.  Please click here to file a complaint.

Noel Larson Ford

Conference Committee

Chaired by Noel Larson Ford, the Conference Committee is responsible for planning and organizing the annual conference.

Robert Longo, LPC

Nominations Committee

Chaired by Robert Longo, LPC, the Nominations Committee is responsible for seeking out and announcing nominations.

Structure Committee

Chaired by Robert Longo, LPC

Nicholas J. Colosi, M.D.

Finance Committee

Chaired by the current Treasurer of the Board, Dr. Nicholas Colosi, the Finance Committee is responsible for keeping track of the financial well-being of ISNR.

Public Relations Committee

Current Chair is vacant

AD-HOC Committees

Membership Committee

Chaired by Tanya Morosoli, MSc, BCN, the Membership Committee is responsible for keeping track of current members and reaching out to new members.

Student Advocacy Committee

Ainat Rogel, PhD chairs the Student Advocacy Committee (SACom) of ISNR. The SACom acts as a liaison between students and the Society as a whole by sponsoring special meetings and activities and maintaining a student forum. The SACom works to increase both domestic and international student affiliate membership and to foster a lifetime affiliation with ISNR. The mission of the SACom is to attract and retain student members and to serve as a major resource promoting access to the benefits of the student membership in ISNR. Finally, the SACom is an advocate for the issues and concerns of the student affiliate members of ISNR.

Michael Trayford, DC, DACNB

Neuroregulation Guidelines Committee​

The Neuroregulation Guidelines Committee is Chaired by Dr. Michael Trayford.

Website Committee​

The Website Committee is responsible for designing, updating, and maintaining the ISNR website and social media campaigns.

Public Education Committee

Chaired by Cynthia Wilson, the Education Committee is responsible for planning and implementing a continuing education program called ISNR University as well as running ISNR webinars.

Alissa Paramo, MS, BCN

Vetting Committee

Chaired by Alissa Paramo, MS, BCN, the Vetting Committee is committed to high standards that assure each vendor and each item being displayed at ISNR conference will meet ISNR criteria for quality, honesty, and reliability. For the list of the criteria, please click here.

Vendors – Please click here to fill out the vetting form.

Members – We welcome your feedback about any products being displayed at the ISNR conference. Please click here to submit your feedback.

NeuroRegulation cover updated May 2020

Neuroregulation Journal

Rex Cannon, PhD is the editor of the NeuroRegulation Journal. If you are interested in submitting research articles to this publication, please contact Rex Cannon, PhD.

Mark Trullinger, PhD

CPT Committee​

The CPT Committee is chaired by Mark Trullinger, PhD.

We’ve Moved…

To accommodate the organization’s growing needs, we have decided to move our office to a new location.

2146 Roswell Road

Suite 108, PMB 736

Marietta, GA 30062

USA

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