Dean Krusienski, Ph.D.

Professor and Graduate Program Director, Department of Biomedical Engineering · VCU College of Engineering

Focusing on neural signal processing and analysis for the development of brain-computer interfaces and neuroprosthetic devices.

Keith Sanford, Ph.D.

Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience · Baylor University

Dr. Sanford studies interpersonal relationships, married couples and the development of assessment instruments.

Psychometrics Firefighters Parents who have Children with Medical Conditions Couples and Power Couples and Conflict

Dr. Donald Weaver

Director, Krembil Research Institute · University Health Network

Focused on computer-aided drug design and medicinal chemistry with particular applications to chronic neurodegenerative disorders

Neurology Research in Aging Biochemical Engineering Medical Startups Drug Design

David Dodell-Feder

Assistant Professor of Psychology · University of Rochester

David Dodell-Feder's research looks at the processes that contribute to healthy and disordered social functioning, and their improvement.

Empathy Behavioral Methods Psychotic Spectrum Disorders Neuroimaging Relationship Psychology

Gary Elkins, Ph.D.

Professor, Psychology and Neuroscience · Baylor University

Dr. Gary Elkins' areas of specialization are clinical psychology, health psychology, and hypnotherapy.

Clinical Psychology Health Psychology Hypnotherapy Hypnotherapy for Hot Flashes Breast Cancer Survivors

Sarah A. Schnitker, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Psychology & Neuroscience · Baylor University

Sarah A. Schnitker is an expert in the study of patience, self-control, gratitude, generosity, and thrift.

Personal Goals Adolescent Interventions Spirituality Thrift Gratitude

Kathy Norwood, EdD

Faculty - School of Leadership Studies · Fielding Graduate University

Bridging educational coaching with the profession of coaching; diversity and structural equality; sustainability

Professional Coaching (Using A Variety of Evidence-Based Coaching Models) Systems Theories Organizational Change Adult Learning Theories Neurosciences and Coaching

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

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

Ronald Shapiro

Speaker & Consultant · Ronald G. Shapiro, Ph. D.

Improve job or school performance, educate, and entertain at the same time!!! Learning which is applicable and a ton of fun!!!

Human Factors/Ergonomics Leadership/Management/Teamwork Career Development Understanding Human Capabilities and Limitations Special Recognition

Kate Einarson

Postdoctoral Researcher · University of Toronto | Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

Researcher, educator, and knowledge translator. Studying infant and child development, and making research useful to teachers and parents

Child Development Music and Mind Arts Education Mental Health and Substance Use Language and Literacy

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

Mark Zylka, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Department of Cell Biology and Physiology & Member, UNC Neuroscience Center · UNC at Chapel Hill

Professor Zylka's research explores the management of chronic pain

Cell Biology Angelman Syndrome Chronic Pain Ectonucleotidases in Nociceptive Circuits Neural Circuit-Based Approaches

Douglas Scharre

Professor of Clinical Neurology and Psychiatry | College of Medicine · The Ohio State University

Dr. Scharre specializes in cognitive disorders and dementias, including Alzheimer's disease

Neurology Neurobehavioral Manifestations Lewy Body Disease Dementia, Multi-Infarct Amnesia, Transient Global

Kris Phillips

Assistant Professor of Philosophy · Southern Utah University

Specializing in epistemology, metaphysics, individual variation, and the philosophy of religion, mind, dance, and education

Pre-College Philosophy History of Modern Philosophy Logic Individual Variation Philosophy of Mind

Eric G. Wilson

Thomas H. Pritchard Professor of English · Wake Forest University

Wilson is a leading expert in the relationships between literature and psychology.

American Culture and Mental Health Literature and Psychology Film and Religion Western Esoteric Traditions Humanism and Technology

Christian Miller

A. C. Reid Professor of Philosophy · Wake Forest University

Miller is an expert on the study of character and ethics.

Ethics Character Honesty Compassion Virtue

Daniel Kim-Shapiro

Professor of Physics & Harbert Family Distinguished Chair for Excellence in Teaching and Scholarship · Wake Forest University

Kim-Shapiro is an expert on nitric oxide, a signaling molecule that is important in maintaining adequate blood flow.

Blood Flow Clotting Nitric Oxide Dysfunction Blood Storage Transfusions Cardiovascular Health Sickle Cell Disease

Harry Reis

Professor of Psychology and Dean's Professor in Arts, Sciences, and Engineering · University of Rochester

Professor Harry Reis' research interests involve social interaction and close relationships.

Marriage and Close Relationships Health and Psychological Well Being Social interaction Intimacy Emotion Regulation

Henrik Christensen, Ph.D.

Director, Contex Robotics Insitute · UC San Diego

Henrik Christensen is a national policy leader for the field of robotics and has testified before Congress on the subject.

Computer Vision Sensor Based Manipulation Autonomous Vehicles Robotics Artifical Intelligence

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