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Founder and Chief Evangelist Officer · Muse
Global speaker, female tech founder, and expert in brain, neuroscience, psychotherapy, entrepreneurship, innovation, and women in business.
Co-Director of the Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA) · UNSW Sydney
Neuropsychiatry expert revolutionizing our understanding of the ageing brain, apropos of lifestyle choices
Professor and Graduate Program Director, Department of Biomedical Engineering | B.S., M.S., Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State University · VCU College of Engineering
Focusing on neural signal processing and analysis for the development of brain-computer interfaces and neuroprosthetic devices.
Executive Director, FAU Brain Institute & Professor, Biomedical Science · Florida Atlantic University
Randy Blakely is an expert in molecular neuroscience, focusing on how diseases and drugs impact the function of brain synapses and circuits.
Associate Professor of Neurological Surgery and Biomedical Engineering · Movable Type Management
Who needs hands anyway! Researcher advancing neuroprosthetics is developing medical devices and brain–computer interface technologies
Chair, Department of Neurological Surgery · University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Dr. Ewend’s clinical interests include brain tumors, including brain metastases, trigeminal neuralgia and radiosurgery
Professor · Department of Surgery, University of Toronto
A graduate of the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Medicine in 1983, Dr. Lozano underwent Neurosurgical Training at McGill University
Adjunct Faculty - School of Psychology · Fielding Graduate University
A student and close associate of the great neuropsychologist, Alexander Luria
President and CEO · Baycrest
Overseeing one of the leading academic healthcare organizations specializing in complex specialized geriatric care and brain research.
Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology · Columbia University
Neurology expert theorizing the ageing brain and the variability of clinical response to AD pathology