Mary Case, MD, is a board certified anatomic and clinical pathologist with subspecialty training in neuropathology.
Mary has a lifelong interest in the human brain – how it is built, how it works and how it reaches its highest potential. She has been connected to Emergenetics for three decades, first as a skeptical scientist, and later as an informal contributor, Advanced Associate and active consultant.
Mary practiced medicine in Nebraska and Washington State. She has lectured on a spectrum of scientific topics from basic brain anatomy and physiology to Near Death Experience to a wide age range of science students. Favorite past projects include managing a hospital laboratory IT conversion and staffing a statewide Pediatric Palliative Care Project under a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grant.
Other interests include Hospice of Seattle, and the Stanford University based Chronic Disease Self Management Programs. She is a sports fan of all things Nebraska, Notre Dame, and Gonzaga, and the Seattle Mariners. Mary and her husband Kevin live in an eastside suburb of Seattle. They have successfully launched two daughters, one a professional writer, a PhD. Candidate in English and Creative Writing at the University of Denver, and one a medical resident in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Brigham, and Boston Children’s, in Boston.