Dr. Zachary Vesoulis is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Washington University in St. Louis.  He graduated from medical school at the Ohio State University before completing residency and a Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine fellowship at Washington University.  He joined the faculty in 2014 and was named Co-Director of the NeuroNICU program at St. Louis Children’s Hospital in 2020, through which he provides regular education to the fellows and develops clinical practice guidelines.In addition to his clinical role, he also leader the Washington University Neonatal Neurology and Physiology Research Lab.  This multidisciplinary group conducts wide ranging research with a focus on identifying the basis for neonatal brain injury through computational analysis/machine learning of high-resolution data.  Techniques include EEG, NIRS, multimodal physiology, and MRI.  Their research portfolio includes observational studies, device studies, neurodevelopment/neurobehavioral follow-up, and clinical trials of novel neuroprotective interventions.