About Stephen Xenakis

Stephen Xenakis – is a retired brigadier general and Army medical corps officer with 28 years of active service.  Dr. Xanakis works with Guantanamo prisoners.  He is an adjunct clinical professor at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences. He is the Founder of the Center for Translational Medicine – a nonprofit that conducts clinical research and development. He has been a senior adviser to the Department of Defense on neurobehavioral conditions and medical management. Dr. Xenakis serves as an anti-torture advisor to Physicians for Human Rights and belongs to the group of retired generals and admirals convened by Human Rights First. His clinical practice has been broad and varied over the past 40 years – including expert consultation to military attorneys and providing inpatient care – substance abuse and alcohol treatment – and community health services.

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