Dr. Kevin Rad is the director of the Coordinating Committee and a member of the Executive Committee of the Phoenix Iran Project, as well as the coordinator of the Health Research Group.
Dr. Rad is a family Physician and specialist in chronic and multilateral pain. He is director of the Toronto Polyclinic and professor at the University of Toronto as well as medical researcher and an inspector for the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario. Dr. Rad received both the University of Toronto Award of the Year in 2013 and the Ontario College of Medicine Prize in the year 2008. He is a guest course contributor to Harvard Medical School department of Continuing Education. His work in hyphotherapy to treat chronic pain and neurosurgery is one of his areas of interest and he is working to invent new medical devices. His work in hyphotherapy to treat chronic pain and neurosurgery is one of his areas of interest and he is working to invent new medical devices.
He has set up organizations for health and education for the elderly and has received a letter of appreciation on behalf of the Prime Minister of Canada for his educational activities and efforts to expand the culture of pluralism.
Dr. Rad is the medical director of various institutes as well as the founder of the ZENDOSE platform for mental health.