EDUARDO R. LOCATELLI, MD, MPH
Dr. Locatelli is Director of Neuroscience and Chief Medical Information Officer at Holy Cross Hospital in Fort Lauderdale,
a member of Catholic Health East, serving Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties. Prior to taking this position,
he was Medical Director, Principal and Founder of The Florida Neuroscience Center and Medical Director of the Epilepsy Program at
Holy Cross. Dr. Locatelli is a Board Certified Neurologist, Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology; Diplomate,
American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology (Special track: Epilepsy Monitoring ); and Neuroimager, American Society of
Neuroimaging. Dr. Locatelli serves on the Board of Directors of the Epilepsy Foundation of Florida.
Prior to starting his own
private practice, Dr. Locatelli was Director of the Epilepsy Program in the Department of Neurology at Cleveland
Clinic Florida, where he worked for the past seven years. His duties included direct clinical care as well as
administrative duties in different areas and residency teaching. At the Clinic, Dr. Locatelli received the Teacher of
the Year Award, where he was selected by residents at the neurology residency program. Additionally, he was Director
of Medical Informatics and Chairman of the Ethics Committee. Dr. Locatelli is a Six Sigma Champion. He obtained
his certification at University of Miami and is currently seeking his Six Sigma Green Belt certification through
Johnson & Johnson.
Dr. Locatelli joined the Cleveland Clinic after completing a fellowship in Neurophysiology, Neuromuscular
Diseases and Sleep Disorders at George Washington University, Washington DC, and a research fellowship in
Neuroimaging in the areas of Movement Disorders and Alzheimer's Disease at the prestigious National Institute
of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland. He completed his
Neurology residency and Internship at George Washington University, where he received the Best
Neurology Resident - Dr. Mark Platt Award.
Since his early years at the NIH in the early nineties, he developed an expertise in applied computer
technology and informatics in diverse medical applications. He was the medical leader behind the
implementation of Electronic Medical Records at The Cleveland Clinic Florida, working closely with
the IT department. An expert speaker in the areas of Neurology and Epilepsy, Dr. Locatelli is actively
involved as an expert speaker, teaching and maximizing computer technology applications in Medicine.
In addition to his medical doctorate degree, he has obtained his master's in public health.
He has authored scientific papers and is co-author of Locatelli & Singh's Handbook of
He appears in Who's Who in Executives & Professionals. He is fluent in English and Spanish.
GABRIELA CORÁ, MD, MBA
Dr. Corá is a Board Certified Psychiatrist by the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology. Her areas of
expertise include mood and anxiety disorders, stress management, and corporate burnout. In addition to her medical
doctorate degree, Dr. Corá is a trained mediator and has a master's in business administration.
She's a professional member of the National Speakers' Association, and she's a regular guest on radio and television
shows talking about health and wellness. Dr. Corá is author of ExecutiveHealth.com Series, Leading Under Pressure®:
Strategies to Avoid Burnout, Increase Energy, and Improve Your Well-Being .
Additionally, she has authored scientific papers and she has co-authored medical chapters in medical textbooks. Dr. Corá serves on the Board of Directors of the American Psychiatric Foundation.
Dr. Corá completed a research fellowship in NeuroPsychoPharmacology at the NIMH, National Institutes of Health in Maryland,
where she served in the US Public Health Service. As a clinical researcher, she headed the Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Unit Research Clinic, building a highly specialized clinical team and conducting state-of-the-art clinical research, which
resulted in cutting-edge treatment options and peer-reviewed publications. At the NIH, she received the Hannah Cashman
Memorial Award in recognition for her dedicated and compassionate care, given by the Consultation Liaison service at NIMH.
Dr. Corá pursued a research career after her residency in Psychiatry at Saint Elizabeths' Hospital and George Washington
University in Washington, DC.
Dr. Corá has developed expertise in traditional as well as alternative methods of healing and medical interventions
including pharmacological, genetic, and neuroimaging scientific research at the prestigious National Institutes of Health;
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, the foundation for the coaching method; Executive Coaching at Coach University;
Mediation Certification at University of Miami School of Law;
Intensive Brief Dynamic Psychotherapy with Dr. Habib Davanloo; Energy work; and Relaxation and Regression Therapy with Dr. Brian Weiss.
Dr. Corá strives to bring together every learning experience into action as she assists others achieve their
maximum potential and ultimate well-being. She is founder of
The Executive Health & Wealth Institute.
Dr. Corá is fluent in English, Spanish, and French.