Dr. Nilay Shah MD,
Neurologist and Sub-Investigator
Born and raised in the suburbs of Buffalo, NY, Dr. Shah earned his bachelors degree in Biology with a concentration in Neurobiology and Behavior and minor in Computer Science at Cornell University. He then went on to complete his medical education at St. George’s University in Grenada, West Indies followed by a Residency in Neurology at Mt. Sinai Medical School in New York city then a Fellowship in Clinical Neurophysiology at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Dr. Shah has GCP/HIPAA training and is a Sub-Investigator for various studies at MBM. Dr. Shah is skilled in many procedures such as performing lumbar punctures, cerebrospinal fluid collection, intravenous lines, botulin toxin injections, and intramuscular injections.
Dr. Shah currently sits on the Advisory Board for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society in New York city, as well as serving as the founder and Chief Medical Scientist at the Brain Research Institute of New York and New Jersey. He serves on the Board of Directors for several non-profit organizations, the Gelsey Kirkland Academy of Classical Ballet and the New York State Neurological Society. Dr. Shah takes an active interest in harnessing the synergies created by targeting innovations from the world of information technology with breakthroughs in the health sciences.
In his free time, Dr. Shah enjoys bicycling, skiing, and travel, having visited over 75 countries so far. He is fluent in English, Hindi, Gujurati and Conversational German.
Dr. Adjoa Smalls-Mantey, MD, DPhil,
Dr. Adjoa Smalls-Mantey, MD, DPhil is a board certified psychiatrist who is licensed in New York, New Jersey and Delaware. Dr. Smalls-Mantey completed her Doctorate of Philosophy in Pathology from the University of Oxford and later earned her Doctorate of Medicine from Columbia University. She completed her psychiatry residency at The Mount Sinai Hospital and went on to do a fellowship in Public Psychiatry at Columbia University. Dr. Smalls-Mantey is also board-certified in lifestyle medicine. She practices emergency psychiatry in New York City at several institutions, including Columbia University Medical Center, where she is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. Dr. Smalls-Mantey has an extensive research career and many scientific publications. She is also an avid marathoner and contributor to ABC New Medical Unit. Dr. Smalls-Mantey is a Sub-Investigator on psychiatric studies at Manhattan Behavioral Medicine.