Dr. Allan Hamilton attended Harvard Medical School and later became the Chief of Neurosurgeon and Chairman of the Department of Surgery at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center. He currently holds a main appointment as a Professor in Neurosurgery as well as professorships in Radiation Oncology, Psychology, and Electrical and Computer Engineering. Dr. Hamilton also is the Executive Director of The Arizona Simulation Technology and Education Center (ASTEC) at The University of Arizona College of Medicine.
As an educator of tomorrow's doctors, Dr. Hamilton employs the use of computer-assisted virtual environments and robotics with cutting edge technology, yet also nurtures the "soul" of those medical students with an innovative course, "Medicine and Horsemanship: An Introduction to Nonverbal Human Interaction at the Bedside."
Ian Punnett welcomed Harvard educated brain surgeon Dr. Allan Hamilton for a discussion about his experiences with spirituality and the supernatural, and how they manifested themselves in the lives of medical patients. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett
Rev. Irvin Baxter discussed how 2008 could be the year of greatest fulfillment in biblical prophecy in the last 2,000 years. He outlined four prophesied events that may come to pass this year. The Mark of the Beast, in which everyone will need to have a mark on their body to buy or sell, could be upon us with the passage of the National ID Act in the United States. For those who don't accept it,... More »Host: George Noory
Brain Surgeon Dr. Allan Hamilton discussed his experiences with spirituality and the supernatural and how they are manifested in the lives of patients. In one case, a woman with a brain aneurism was placed on a heart/lung machine during surgery, and there was no blood flow to her brain. Yet, afterwards she was able to recount exactly what happened during the operation. Where were these memories... More »Host: George Noory