|Transparent's research director Tina
L. Huang, Ph.D. to present her research into the psychological
effects of Brainwave Entrainment to the International Society
for Neurofeedback & Research (ISNR).
Brainwave entrainment will be a hot topic at the 16th annual ISNR conference this year, in San Antonio. Attendees can earn BCIA certification points by attending a lecture in which Dr. Huang will be reviewing over 20 experimental and quasi-experimental studies on "brainwave entrainment"; the subject of Huang's study to be published shortly in the prestigious journal Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine.
The talk will cover how brainwave entrainment can be an effective therapeutic tool to achieve a variety of clinical outcomes, including enhanced attention, memory, overall improvement in intelligence and reading ability, relief of stress and anxiety, mood enhancement, relief of pain and migraines.
For more information on attending the presentation, see the ISNR website below.
Dr. Huang is a Neuroscientist from Somerville, Massachusetts. Prior to joining Transparent, Tina worked and studied in the field of Neuroscience for nearly 10 years. She holds a doctorate in Neuroscience from the University of Rochester and has also completed 2 post doctoral fellowships in Neuroepidemiology, the first at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and the second at the Human Nutrition Research Center (HNRCA) on Aging in Boston.