Shannon Ginnan, MD
As Director of Medical Affairs for Aimed Alliance, Dr. Shannon Ginnan provides the organization and its partners valuable insight from a practitioner’s perspective and serves as a liaison to the medical and health care technology communities.
Dr. Ginnan is currently the Medical Director of an integrative medicine and hyperbaric medicine clinic, where he focuses on advanced biochemical testing. In this role, Dr. Ginnan uses a multi-organ and multifactorial approach to diagnostic medicine and treatment plan development, which allows him to fully address each patient’s individual needs based on their genetic composition and environmental influences.
Dr. Ginnan is a board-certified Fellow of the American Society of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine. He previously chaired the Research and Development Committee of the American Society of Laser Medicine and Surgery, overseeing the disbursement of funding for worthy laser medicine research. Dr. Ginnan has also served as the medical director for one of the largest anti-aging and regenerative medicine practices in the United States, and has served as a professional educator for medical device and pharmaceutical companies.
Dr. Ginnan obtained his medical degree at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, New York, completed his internship at a community hospital in Vestal, New York, and studied acupuncture at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in chemistry and graduated magna cum laude from Binghamton University.
John A. Wylam, Esq.
John A. Wylam serves as a staff attorney for Aimed Alliance. In this position, Mr. Wylam conducts legal research and analysis, provides strategic direction, and drafts issue briefs, op-eds, press releases, and newsletters. John also creates content for the Aimed Alliance website and assists the organization in developing policy positions and public statements on emerging issues. Before joining Aimed Alliance, John worked for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society as a Manager of Advocacy, where he provided legal and regulatory analysis on healthcare access issues for people living with multiple sclerosis as well as directly lobbying state and federal policymakers on behalf of this vulnerable population.
Mr. Wylam earned his Juris Doctor degree from Quinnipiac University School of Law in 2014, where he graduated with honors from the school’s Health Law program. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in English from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2011.