Doctors' Reports on Baby B's Medical Case
I have provided a factual presentation of the medical reports by the physicians and medical experts related to the Baby B case in the early months of her medical crisis. Shaken Baby Diagnosis is a much disputed diagnosis within the medical community.
their website and made available to MCFD, to the media and to me. These opinion reports have been ignored or dismissed by MCFD. (Toggle each expert's name and find a full report)
John Plunkett, MD resides in Welch, Minnesota and is an expert in child forensic pathology. Dr. Plunkett has experience with many multiple SBS cases.
John Galaznik, MD is an an Alabama, USA pediatrician. Dr. Galaznik is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Horrace Gardner, MD practices in Colorado. Dr. Gardner is an opthalmology expert in shaken baby syndrome and has a specific interest in the ophthalmologic aspects of the SBS.
Michael Innis, MBBS, DTM&H, FRCPA, FRCPath is a doctor of medicine in Australia who specializes in forensic pathology.
Peter Stephens, MD is a published pathologist born in England, graduated from medical school in Canada and resides in the U.S., and acted as senior medical advisor for the (U.S.) FAA.
Harry Bonnell, MD is a forensic pathologist in San Diego, California. Dr. Bonnell is a medical school graduate of Georgetown University with certification in anatomic and forensic pathology.
Kenneth Monson, PhD, is assistant professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Utah.
John Butt, MD is an anatomical and forensic pathologist, having graduated medical school in Alberta, Canada. Dr. Butt holds a diploma in medical jurisprudence (pathology), London.
Dr. Chris Van Ee
Chris Van Ee, PhD is an award winning published presenter and Duke grad with a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering. Dr. Ven Ed has been a reviewer for many scientific organizations.
Patrick Barnes, MD is chief of pediatric neuroradiology, director of pediatric MRI and CT, professor of radiology; Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, Stanford Medical Center.