Dr. Randall Wright considers leadership and community service as the cornerstones of personal and professional life. He works as a neurologist at the Mischer Neurological Institute in the Woodlands, Texas. He has served as both the medical director of the Neurovascular Institute at Conroe Regional Medical Center as well as the medical director of the Health South Rehabilitation Hospital Stroke Unit, in the Woodlands. His medical training began at Emory University School of medicine. He then completed his neurology residency at Baylor College of Medicine, where he served as chief resident his last year there. He then completed a two year fellowship in clinical neurophysiology and sleep medicine, while also working as a staff neurologist at the Houston VA, and serving as co-director of the Baylor neurology student clerkship. After completing his training, Dr. Wright joined the Sadler clinic in Woodlands. There, he practiced general neurology with special interest in epilepsy, stroke and sleep medicine for seven years, before being recruited to join the Misher Neurological Institute. All of the aforementioned activities were only the foreshadowing or perhaps the training ground for what Dr. Wright is currently doing. Dr. Wright has now moved from simply helping to raise money and awareness of conditions that affect our community, to actually invoking the change himself. His book, “The Wright Choice- Your Family Prescription for Healthy Eating, Modern Fitness & Saving Money,” was published in April 2011.