Our Team


F. Andrew Kozel, M.D., M.S.C.R., D.F.A.P.A., F.C.T.M.S.S.

Medical Director / Psychiatrist
Dr. Kozel is currently a tenured professor in the Florida State University College of Medicine as the Mina Jo Powell Endowed Chair in Neurological Sciences. As Director of FSU Neuromodulation™ and the Co-Director of FSU Mood and Anxiety Center of Excellence, he endeavors to develop novel neuromodulation treatments, provide evidenced-based treatments for people suffering from psychiatric disorders, guide the next generation of clinical researchers and clinicians, and provide community outreach to increase the awareness of treatment options available for psychiatric disorders. Dr. Kozel’s interest in psychiatric disorders began while an undergraduate at Yale University where he worked as a counselor at the New Haven Halfway House. He subsequently received his M.D. degree from the University of Virginia. After an internship at Wilford Hall Medical Center on Lackland AFB, he served as a USAF flight surgeon at Dyess AFB and Maxwell AFB. He subsequently completed a psychiatric residency, a Neuroimaging and Brain Stimulation Fellowship, and Master of Science for Clinical Research at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). While at MUSC, he also completed a VA Special Fellowship in Psychiatric Research/Neuroscience. He has had faculty positions at MUSC, UT Southwestern Medical Center, and the University of South Florida. His current research focuses on brain imaging and brain stimulation to better understand and treat neuropsychiatric disorders with the focus of improving the lives of patients with these devastating disorders.

Dr. Kozel's CV

Kevin A. Johnson, Ph.D., R.N.

Faculty Clinician
Dr. Johnson is the Co-Director of FSU Neuromodulation™. He is a Research Faculty member of the FSU College of Medicine, Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine. His overall career goal is to translate neuroscience and behavioral research into useful therapies. He has worked in areas of non-invasive brain stimulation, neuroimaging, sensory testing and consumer health technology; with applications to mood disorders and pain. Dr. Johnson trained at Vanderbilt University (B.E. in Biomedical Engineering and Psychology), the Medical University of South Carolina (Ph.D. in Neuroscience, B.S.N. in Nursing), and Stanford University (Post-Doctoral Scholar). He has worked for Stanford University (Research Associate, Senior Research Scientist), Johnson and Johnson (R&D Research Manager) and Neuronetics (Neuroscientist, Product Development Group). Current areas of research include improving access to neuromodulation therapies for mood disorders and pain, through novel stimulation protocols and simple sensory interventions.

Dr. Johnson's CV