Executive Director and Chief of Research and Development
Spencer M. Robinson, PhD
Founder of the field of applied social neuroscience (ASN) and the originator of Cognitive Neuroeducation (CNE), a modality enabling optimization of cognitive acuity and learning realization.
Dr. Spencer M. Robinson is a neuropsychologist specializing in cognitive science, cognitive rehabilitation and educational neuroscience. Formerly a research associate with the National Institute for Stroke and Applied Neurosciences, AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand, Dr. Robinson developed the breakthrough modality of CNE that defines the mechanisms in the human brain through which learning and cognition are formulated and applies that understanding within tailored programs that both optimize learning realization and effect recovery from a wide spectrum of cognitive and behavioral disorder.

Chief Operations Officers 

Consultant in Neuroscience
Hassaan Tohid, MBBS

Editor-In-Chief, Journal of Neuropsychiatry (ISSN: 2471-8548, NLM ID: 0070073)

A public speaker, researcher, book editor and a published author, Hassaan serves as an editorial board member for more than 30 scientific peer-reviewed journals. His speaking engagements have included a variety of venues, among them such notable forums as TEDx. Hassan's research interest in human behavior includes such areas as behavioral neurology, neuropsychiatry, cultural psychiatry, social psychiatry, psychology, and clinical neurology and neuroscience. After graduating with a medical degree from Sindh Medical College (now Sindh Medical University) of the Dow University of Health Sciences, Karachi, Pakistan, Hassaan relocated to the United States to pursue his specialization in neuroscience and psychiatry, currently concentrating on research and public speaking in a personal commitment to educating the public about the newest findings in the understanding of the human mind.

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