Hamilton Moses, III, M.D., is a neurologist and management consultant. He is also adjunct professor of neurology at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. In 2002, he founded Alerion Advisors, LLC, which provided advisory services in strategy, organization, and governance. The associated Alerion Institute studied innovation and productivity in science and biomedical research. He has advised many corporations, hospitals, foundations and governments as a partner and senior advisor with the international strategy firm, The Boston Consulting Group, where he began BCG’s Science & Technology practice. He was the chief physician and chief operating officer of the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System, chief of psychiatry of the Massachusetts General Brigham Health System (formerly called Partners Health Care) and McLean Hospital (Harvard) in Boston, and professor of business (adjunct) at the Darden School of the University of Virginia. Dr. Moses is the author of 200 scholarly publications, co-edited Osler’s-Hopkins’ Principles and Practice of Medicine and founded the Johns Hopkins Medical Letter – Health After 50, a popular letter for the public.
Neurologist and Management Consultant, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine