Dr. Ney is a researcher in health outcomes and comparative effectiveness for Neurology and Clinical Neurophysiology interventions. John is a board-certified Neurologist and Clinical Neurophysiologist with ten years of attending-level clinical neurophysiology experience. He has over forty peer-reviewed publications and has presented at numerous national meetings. His research forms much of the evidence base for outcomes and cost-effectiveness in intraoperative monitoring and continuous EEG. He was elected to the Board of Directors for the American Society for Neuromonitoring for a three-year term starting in 2018. He is an active member of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN), a member of the Medical Economics and Management Committee and Health Services Research subcommittees of the AAN and an editorial Board Member of Neurology: Clinical Practice. He is the former medical director of Surgical Neuromonitoring Associates, and a current full-time neurologist at the VA Medical Center in Bedford, MA. He holds academic titles of Assistant Professor of Neurology at Boston University, Affiliated Assistant Professor at the University of Washington, and faculty at the Indiana University School of Public Health. Dr. Ney is an investigator with the VA Center for Healthcare Organization and Implementation Research. He completed a BA at the University of Virginia, and earned his medical degree from Tulane University, and his MPH from University of Washington. He received postgraduate training at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. He is a former US Army officer, and veteran of combat operations in Afghanistan where he was awarded a Bronze Star.