Gene Bolles

Dr. Gene Bolles is a neurosurgeon from Boulder, Colorado. He was hired as a private contractor as the chief of neurosurgery at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center where he oversaw the treatment for thousands of U.S. military casualties from Iraq and Afghanistan. Dr. Bolles was the surgeon who repaired the broken back of Army Pfc. Jessica Lynch.

Dr. Bolles and his wife, Judy, live in Boulder, Colorado. Among his many interests and community activities, Dr. Bolles is on the Board of the Boulder Philharmonic, and the Board of the Boulder Dinner Theatre, and has taken several expeditions to Irian Jaya, bringing back his experience and giving lectures on his travels.