Renee Miller

Associate Professor, Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Instructional Track · University of Rochester

Miller examines sex differences in brains and behaviors. She is author of "Cognitive Bias in Fantasy Sports."

Neurobiology Cognitive Bias Neuroscience

Matt Weeg

Associate Professor of Biology / Director of the CETL · Southern Utah University

Specializing in neuroethology, brain behavior, and neuroscience

Cognitive Neuroscience Human Pathophysiology Fish Audiology Communication & Behaviour Audition

Annie T. Ginty, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Psychology & Neuroscience · Baylor University

An expert in neuroimaging, psychophysiological, neuroendocrine, and epidemiological methods.

Health Psychology The Nervous System Epidemiological methods Neuroimaging Neuroendocrine Methods

Yishi Jin

Professor and Chair, Section of Neurobiology · UC San Diego

Yishi Jin's work assists to understand the molecular genetic mechanisms underlying the development and function of the nervous system.

Signal Transduction Genetics Neurobiology Synaptic Activity

Christophe Morin, PhD

Adjunct Faculty - Media Psychology · Fielding Graduate University

The understanding and prediction of consumer behavior using cutting edge science; neuromarketing; persuasion strategy; branding

Neuromarketing Neurophysiological Effects of Advertising On Adolescents Persuasion Strategies Messaging Architecture Strategic Dialoguing

Philip Gorelick

Professor of Translational Science and Molecular Medicine · Michigan State University

Expert in stroke prevention and risk factor identification.

Vascular Dementia Rehabilitation Neurology Stroke Prevention

Bryan Roth, Ph.D., M.D.

Michael Hooker Distinguished Professor, Department of Pharmacology · UNC at Chapel Hill

Dr. Roth and his colleagues are engaged in drug discovery and synthetic biology research

Immunohistochemistry In Vitro Pharmacology Molecular Biology Cell Culture

Stephanie Willerth

Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in Biomedical Engineering · University of Victoria

I run an internationally recognized research group focused on stem cell bioengineering.

Stem Cells Biomaterials Drug Delivery Systems Tissue Engineering Neuroscience

Dr. Gunhild Waldemar

Professor of Clinical Neurology · Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen

Dr. Waldemar is a professor and chairman of the Danish Dementia Research Centre at the University of Copenhagen.

Alzheimer's Disease Dementia Neurology Medicine Medical Education

Carrie L. Peterson, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering | B.S., University of Michigan | MSE and Ph.D., The University of Texas at Austin | Postdoctoral Training, Northwestern University · VCU College of Engineering

Dr. Peterson's expertise is in neuromusculoskeletal biomechanics of human movement and rehabilitation design.

Neuroplasticity Neuromodulation Musculoskeletal Biomechanics Rehabilitation Engineering Musculoskeletal Modeling and Simulation of Human Movement

Diane Snow

Dean and Wassenich Family Endowed Chair · Texas Christian University

Professor Snow focuses on spinal cord injury research

Women in Science Spinal Cord Research Spinal Cord Injury Neuroanatomy

Victoria Lorient-Faibish MEd, CCC, BCPP

Keynote Speaker/Holistic Psychotherapist//Relationship Expert/Life and Wellness Coach · MassEnergy

Keynote Speaker/Holistic Psychotherapist//Relationship Expert/Life and Wellness Coach

The Ultimate Holistic Anti-Anxiety Workshop Relationships Boundaries Transform the Inner Bully Into A Supportive Coach

Stephen Crocker, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Neuroscience and Associate Director of Neuroscience Graduate Program · University of Connecticut

Prof. Stephen Crocker is an expert on how the immune and nervous systems interact and how this balance is disrupted.

Nervous System Neuroscience Immune System

Deborah O'Dell

Professor of Biology · University of Mary Washington

Dr. O'Dell performs research into how bees use magnetic fields to orient themselves.

Biology Neuroscience Magnetic Orientation in Animals Developmental Neurobiology Alzheimer's Disease

Ethan Bier

Professor · UC San Diego

Ethan Bier's research uses fruit flies and other animals to better understand human diseases.

Protein Biosynthesis Developmental Patterning Cellular Biosciences Active Genetics Human Disease Mechanisms

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