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The Brothers Three

Razi Saydjari, MD, FACS

Razi Saydjari MD attended Baylor University for undergraduate training graduating with a degree in physics. He went on to join the United States Air Force and then to medical school and surgery residency at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. Razi attained the rank of Major in the USAF before transitioning into private practice, first in Skowhegan, Maine, and then in Casper, Wyoming, where he is semi-retired and spends his free time as a business entrepreneur and owner of a local resort & marina. Razi is a previously published author of The Accession

Rami Saydjari, MD, FACS

Rami Saydjari, MD, was born in Wisconsin. He attended Rice University in Houston, where he obtained his degree in biochemistry followed by medical school and general surgery residency at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. Dr. Saydjari practiced general surgery in Crawfordsville, Indiana, for 22 years. He obtained an MBA in 2012 from the University of Tennessee before retiring from clinical practice and pursuing a healthcare administration career. Rami has published some 30 research papers in peer-reviewed journals, primarily in the arena of cancer research. He fully retired in 2015 and lives with his family in Texas. For additional information, see Dr. Saydjari’s website.

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O. Sami Saydjari has been a visionary thought leader in cybersecurity for over three decades, working for elite organizations, including the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), National Security Agency, and NASA, among others. He has published more than a dozen landmark papers in the field, provided consultation to national leadership on cybersecurity policy, and educated the public through interviews with major media such as CNN, PBS, ABC, the New York Times, Financial Times, the Wall Street Journal, and Time Magazine. Follow the author on Twitter @SamiSaydjari and visit or

Personally Published: A Collection of Essays:

Unsettled – A Saydjari Family History