In memory of members of the Mounds View Class of 1978 that have passed away.Mounds View Class of 1978

Stories about our Alumni

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Nora Gedgaudas

Nora GedgaudasNora has an extensive background of education, training, research and practice in numerous areas surrounding neurotechnology (since 1994), and, in particular, Neurofeedback.  Nora underwent intensive training with EEG Spectrum in 1997 and closely mentored with Dr. Siegfried and Susan Othmer, respected pioneers in the field of neurotherapy. Nora continues diligently to remain abreast of advancements in the field and operates with the newest in Neurofeedback technology and advanced Neurofeedback protocols in her clinical practice.

Nora’s additional background includes assisting in clinical neurofeedback work at “A Chance To Grow” in Minneapolis, MN—a unique state subsidized charter school devoted to working with a challenging variety of learning disorders and other issues utilizing numerous innovative and progressive therapies including dietary intervention and Neurofeedback. She also ran the Midwest office for EEG Spectrum, the world’s largest Neurofeedback organization, assisting with regional training courses, equipment sales, public education, regional professional support and expansion in the Midwest and Canada. In addition, she served as secretary and board member for the non-profit organization, Center For Self Regulation in Minneapolis, MN. Nora is certified as a Neurofeedback Specialist (CNS) via the nationally recognized Neurotherapy and Biofeedback Certification Board.

Tom Gullickson

Tom GullicksonMr. Gullickson’s performance experience includes symphonic, operatic, chamber music, and solo recitals. He has played in numerous local professional ensembles as well as the Grand Teton Music Festival and the American Wind Symphony Orchestra of Pittsburgh.  Mr. Gullickson’s teachers have included Herbert Winslow, Kendall Betts, Philip Farkas and David Kamminga







Lars Crabo

Lars CraboLARS CRABO, M.D. (President of Northwest Radiologists)

Undergraduate Degree: Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry, Minnesota

Medical Degree: Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts

Internship: Internal Medicine, Waterbury Hospital, Connecticut

Residency: Radiology,University of Washington, Washington

Fellowship: Abdominal Imaging,University of Washington, Washington

Areas of interest: Nuclear Medicine,Body Imaging and Mammography