Frederick (Fritz) Strobl, M.D. is a board certified neurologist and a director with the Minneapolis Clinic of Neurology, the largest independent neurology clinic in the United States. After graduating from the University of Minnesota in electrical engineering, computer science, and control systems, he attended the University of Minnesota Medical School, and completed residency training at the University, the National Hospital for Nervous Disease, Institute of Neurology, Queen Square, London, and did fellowship training at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester. An inspired inventor with several patents, Dr. Strobl is also former chairman and president of CNS, Inc., a company he co-founded, that is best known for developing Breathe Right Nasal Strips®. An avid reader and fan of thrillers, Dr. Strobl's passion for storytelling, coupled with his experience in the fields of medicine and engineering, inspired him to create the Dr. Jack Stevens series of medical thrillers, which include the books "Presidential Migraines" and "Greek Flu." He is a member of International Thriller Writers and writes a monthly guest column on mystifying medical conditions on The Writer's Forensic blog. Visit Fritz online at http://www.fritzstrobl.net, or on Red Room, where you can read his blog and buy his books.