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Neuro Science Speakers

Neuro Science Speakers

Browse Speaker Agency's motivational and inspirational keynote speakers on Neuroscience to engage and inspire your audience.

Catherine Knibbs New
Catherine Knibbs Human Behaviour Technologist
  • Why we do what we do online (needs and e-ttachment), healthy development in a world of technology
  • Cybersecurity and the human who ‘humans’ (why mistakes are really made), addiction is not the answer, tech is not the cure
  • Porn viewing in children and young people: why it’s not use or consumption
Dr Ally Jaffee MBChB BSc FRSA New
Dr Ally Jaffee MBChB BSc FRSA Multi-Award Winning NHS Medical Doctor, Mental Health Advocate & Content Creator, Nutritank Co-founder & Creative
  • Doctor’s Mental Health
  • Health & Creativity
  • The importance of Human Connection
Dr Claire Ashley New
Dr Claire Ashley GP and Burnout Specialist | NHS Clinical Entrepreneur | Public Speaker | Educator | Entrepreneur | Coach and Consultant
  • Burnout Prevention
  • Burnout First Aid
  • Burnout Recovery
DR ETIENNE VAN DER WALT New
DR ETIENNE VAN DER WALT Neurologist, Thought Leader & CEO at Neurozone®, Resilience & High Performance Expert | Internationally Renowned Keynote Speaker and Master Class Teacher
  • Understanding burnout and mental unwellness and its impact on performance
  • Resilience as foundational to how we do business
  • How the brain builds social safety throughout life, at work, and at play
Dr Reena Kotecha New
Dr Reena Kotecha Organisational Wellbeing Consultant, TEDx/International Public Speaker, International Advisory Board Member for Headspace Health, Mindfulness Research Advisor, University of Cambridge
  • Mindfulness Meditation; A Core Resilience Skill for Stress Management
  • Mindfulness Meditation for Personal Wellbeing & Professional Productivity and performance
  • Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace
Mariano Sigman New
Mariano Sigman Global TED Speaker - Neuroscientist and Author
  • Neuroscience of human decisions
  • Learning and transformation
  • Armed group operation and leadership
Moran Cerf
Moran Cerf Neuroscientist, Business Professor at the Kellogg School of Management
  • Human 2.0 The Future Of Neuroscience And Intelligence
  • The Neuroscience Of 'Free Will' And Decision Making
  • Changing Behavior
Tan Le
Tan Le Innovative Technology Speaker, CEO and Founder of Emotiv, One of the Most Influential Women in Technology
  • Entrepreneurship: Embracing Your Inner Outsider
  • The Neurogeneration: How The New Era In Brain Augmentation Is Revolutionizing The Way You Think, Work, And Lead
  • Innovative Technology

The Ultimate Duo: Neuro Science Speakers 

Neuroscience is a field of study that blends multiple disciplines, with a focus on the function, structure, development, as well as evolution of the human nervous system. The various disciplines that are a part of neuroscience include biology, physics, chemistry, psychology, engineering, and even computer science.

Neuroscientists make use of various techniques in order to study the human nervous system. They might need to make use of brain imaging techniques, for example magnetic resonance imaging, or MRIs. They could also need your positron emission tomography, also known as PET. Neuroscientists should also be aware of electrophysiological techniques, which include patch clamp recording and electroencephalography.

Gene expression analysis, as well as how to manipulate particular genes, is also studied in neuroscience. It is a part of neuroscientific research as well. Studying neuroscience is important when it comes to understanding human behavior, cognition, cognitive processes, emotions, and consciousness.

Cognitive neuroscience is the field of neuroscience that focuses on answering questions related to human behavior. Applications also exist in other fields, such as in medicine. Medical neuroscience involves making use of human neuroscience to diagnose and then treat neurological disorders.

It can also be used to diagnose psychiatric disorders. There are applications in educational neuroscience (and educational neuroscience research)as well, as well as in the field of engineering.

From neuroscience speakers, attendants will be able to learn more about how the mind works, about their own behaviors, as well as other information related to human neuroscience. 

Why Book Neuroscience Speakers? 

A neuroscience speaker is someone who has expertise in the field of neuroscience, and uses that expertise to disseminate useful information about their field. People who are interested in learning more about themselves can benefit from listening to a neuroscience speaker. Through the talk, they will be able to learn about their behaviors, how their mind works, and how they can better inspire themselves to reach their goals.

Is it possible to use neuroscience to reach personal goals in life? How does the mind work? These are just some of the questions that will be answered, alongside information relating to the field of neuroscience.

Who a neuroscientist is, what they do, what they need to study as a field of education, what are the entry requirements for a full time or part time educational practice. How about the tuition fees and the additional costs? and other information relating to the profession can be provided as well. Attendants will be able to walk away with a solid grasp of the basics of neuroscience, after the talk. But who can you book to speak at your neuroscience events.

Booking Neuroscience Speakers

Neuroscience speakers cover a broad range of topics such as neuroscience and psychology, cognitive neuroscience, behavioral neuroscience, and educational neuroscience, and even neuroscience nature. Here are some of the neuroscience speakers that are available to speak at your events:

1. Tan Le

Tan Le, the Founder and CEO of EMOTIV, is known for her entrepreneurial skills. In 1998, she found herself named The Australian Of The Year. She was also voted as one of the 30 Most Successful Women Under 30 in Australia.

Originally from South Vietnam, she has gone on to make a name for herself in Australia. She completed her education within Australia and even had her story featured in the Eternity Exhibition's 'Hope' section in the National Museum Of Australia. Her high level research skills and hard work have paid off.

Among her many accolades, is being honored by as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum in 2009. In 2013, the National Geographic named her as an Emerging Explorer.

She is a member of the Board Of Stewards of the World Economic Forum. Her focus is on Shaping The Future Information and Entertainment. Tan Le is also a part of the Global Future Council, when it comes to the Future of Neuro-technologies and Brain Science, also of the World Economic Forum. She can use her expertise to inform attendants about the latest in neuroscience and technologies, and can also speak from her experience as an entrepreneur.

2. Dr. Etienne van der Walt 

Dr. Etienne is neurologist specializing in applied behavioral neuroscience. He has worked as a clinical neurologist for well over a decade, and understands the anatomy, physiology and biology of the human nervous system. He believes that human capacity can be enhanced, by making use of the knowledge and discoveries in the field of brain sciences.

This realization led him to founding Neurozone, which is a business that applies brain science and analytics with coaching, to help people enhance their capacity. He is also the founder of AmazingBrainzTM, where programs are designed that can stimulate the minds of young children. Dr. Etienne has worked in the UK, South Africa, as well as the Netherlands. He is also a member of Mckinsey global's consortium for Learning Innovation.

Attendants can learn from a renowned neurologist, everything they wanted to know about neuroscience.

3. Moran Cerf 

Moran Cerf is a well known neuroscientist. He teaches neuroscience and business at the Kellogg School of Management. He also teaches at Northwestern University, in their neuroscience program. Through his work as a speaker, he aims to help both businesses and individuals, make the most of the information available about the brain, to improve their decision making.

Aside from being invested in research, he has also been published in the Journal Of Neuroscience, as well as Nature. He has appeared in multiple media outlets such as BBC, CNN, TIME, Bloomberg, MSNBC, and more. Moran Cerf has written for magazines such as Forbes, The Atlantic, and more. He has also done public talks for TED, TEDx, DLD, Google Zeitgeist, and more. 

How Do You Book A Neuroscience Speaker? 

You can book neuroscience speakers in several ways. You can email us with your queries at 'info@speakeragency.co.uk'. Alternatively, you could also go on to the page of the speaker you want to book, and click on 'enquire'. The third option is calling us at +44 (0) 20 3393 1061. 

Finally, you can also get in touch with us through our social media @speakeragencyuk. Follow us on social media to stay updated about our speakers and how to connect with them. Neuroscience speakers can help you or your business improve and grow, by harnessing the latest information about neurotechnology, neuroscience and psychology.

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