Ken Ware is Founder of Neurotricional Sciences Pty Ltd and NeuroPhysics Therapy and Research. He has been in private practice for almost 30 years, whist doing independent and collaborative therapy based research. He has presented his unique research and findings at 10 major International Science Conference, including Neuroscience, Physics, Psychology, and Life Sciences, covering a very broad scientific audience. His research and findings are published in ‘Frontiers in Clinical Physiology’ - ‘World Journal of Neuroscience’ – ‘World Journal of Cardiovascular diseases’. Ken is also a former Mr. Universe 1994, National powerlifting and Bodybuilding champion and record holder. He is the recipient of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth’s’ ‘Australian Sports Medal’ - in 2000, in recognition of his personal contributions to the development of the Australian Sporting Culture.
Prof. Rajendra D Badgaiyan
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinaiin New York
Dr.RajendraD. Badgaiyan, MD,is a psychiatrist and cognitive neuroscientist. He is Professor of Psychiatry at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinaiin New York. He was awarded the prestigious BK Anand National Research Prize in India and Solomon Award of Harvard Medical School. His research is focused on the study of neural and neurochemical mechanisms that control human brain functions. He developed the single scan dynamic molecular imagingtechnique (SDMIT) to detect, map, and measure neurotransmitters released acutely in the human brain during task performance. Using this technique, he studies dopaminergic control of human cognition and behavior.
Prof. H.R Singh
Raj Kumar Goel Institute of Technology
After obtaining Master’s degree in Physics (Electronics) and PG Diploma and M.Tech in E&C Eng from Roorkee Prof. Singh joined university of Roorkee as SRF and completed his Ph. D research work in 1980. He later joined CSIR as Sr. Scientist and rose to the position of Chief Scientist, Head of Biomedical Division, Head of Electrical Standards and Measurements and Project Advisor at National Physical Laboratory New Delhi. Prof. Singh has to his credit about 50 research publications in National and International Journals of repute and conferences. He had been the Principal Investigator of a number of Govt. Of India sponsored research projects and some of his international research and products invited international recognition and applause by media and dignitaries including Prime Minister and President of India. Besides, he is associated with several International Journals as Hon. Editorial Board Member and Peer Reviewer. He was offered Thomson Foundation Scholarship UK in 1978 and also invited by university of Krakow Poland, to start a collaborative program on Thin-film integrated devices. He was also invited by Griffith University Australia as visiting scientist and Visiting Fellow by Cheju University South Korea. One of his publications and similar talk delivered at University of Westminster London and at ICMCC council Netherland was selected among best five publications in the subject domain by Bio-Med library USA. Prof. Singh is a fellow of IETE and had been on the Delhi College of Engineering faculty list as visiting faculty apart from being associated with several technical boards, engineering colleges and universities to evaluate their R&D projects and other technical programs. He is also a member of selection committee of DRDO and CSIR. He visited several countries and universities for delivering invited lectures and chairing sessions in International conferences. Recently he was invited by Cardiology 2013 Society America to deliver invited talk and subsequently appointed as member of organizing committee to hold world congress on Cardiology 2014 in USA. He was also invited by Cancer and Cell Therapy USA to present his work on Cancer detection. . Presently he is associated with RKGIT(India) as Director (Research).
Prof. Alok Sharma
Neuro Gen Brain & Spine Institute
Dr. Alok Sharma is a world renowned Neurosurgeon, Neuroscientist and Professor who brings with him extensive surgical expertise & experience in the areas of Neurosurgery, Neuroscience and Stem cells. He obtained his MBBS, M.S. and M.Ch. from the Seth G.S. Medical College & KEM Hospital of Mumbai University. Subsequently, he did fellowships in two departments that were first to do neural transplantation. In 1995, he worked at the Karolinska hospital in Stockholm Sweden where neural transplantation was done for the first time in the world. In 1998, he worked at the University of Colorado health sciences center in Denver, USA where the world's first randomized trial for cell transplantation was done for Parkinson's disease. Dr. Alok Sharma has authored 14 books, contributed chapters to many textbooks, produced educational Neurosurgical films and has over 100 scientific publications to his credit. He has made over 200 scientific presentations at International, National and Zonal conferences and meetings and has organized and arranged over 25 National and International Conferences /Workshops in various specialized aspects of Neurosurgery.
Dr. Michael Enenbch
University of California, Los Angeles
Michael Enenbach, MD is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at UCLA. He is the Assistant Director of Clinical Services at the Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital at UCLA and is Board Certified in both Psychiatry and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. Areas of expertise include autism and neurodevelopmental disorders of childhood, ADHD, depression and Dialectical Behavior Therapy for suicidal adolescents.
Union Bank of Switzerland
Roopak Desai participant of the first signature Habits and Happiness Program in 2012 conducted by The Institute of Advance Human Performance (IFHAP). He has been a practitioner of meditation, mindfulness and gratitude journaling since then. He now serves as a member coach at Positive Psychology - The Science of Happiness led byBraco Pobric and a passionate runner.
Roopak came to USA just about 20 years ago for master's studies and he is an experienced Information Technology profession with double masters and MBA as education background. Roopak's alter ego is Marathon for Life runner after running helped fighting and negotiating anxiety and depression. He is a strong advocate to take up running as a lifestyle and believes it to be an ultimate gateway to happiness, health and wellbeing. Recently, he gave a talk as a plenary speaker in 17th World Summit of Positive Psychology and Psychotherapy, 2017 at Toronto, Canada. And he has been selected as a plenary judge and a speaker in upcoming positive psychology and mindfulness conference in New York on May 22-23rd.
Prof. Erik Matser
Dr. Matser graduated as a clinical neuro- psychologist and has 25 years of experience in clinical neuro- psychology. He worked at St. Anna Hospital in the Netherlands for 15 years and was an associate professor of the department of neuroanatomy at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. Dr. Matser obtained his PhD in 2000 on the topic ‘brain injuries in sports’ and proved that typical residual symptoms such as fatigue, decreased performance / cognition and emotional instability can be caused by an accumulation of impacts to the head. Ten years ago he started his own clinic for people with brain injury.
Dr. Matser has conducted studies in New York at the Cornell University to gain more insight into residual symptoms of brain injury. Some of those ideas have been implemented in the current Fifa protocol on how to treat players who sustain a concussion during the game. This protocol has already successfully been applied for several years all over the world.
He worked as the first team psychologist of Chelsea FC on the staff of the renowned coach Jose Mourinho for four years. Subsequently he joined Brendan Rodgers, current coach of Liverpool FC. At present Dr. Matser works with the Belgian football club Anderlecht FC.