Michael M. Merzenich, Ph.D., is an elected member of the National Academy of Sciences, for his work on brain plasticity. He is a graduate of the University of Portland and obtained his doctoral degree from Johns Hopkins.
Merzenich has been awarded more than 50 patents and has contributed his software development skills to several therapeutic training programs. Among his awards are the international IPSEN and Zülch Prizes.
Merzenich is also the chief scientific officer of Posit Science, which strives to improve the brain health of people of all ages by using effective, non-invasive tools that engage the brain’s natural plasticity.
Dr. Merzenich talks about the Scientific Learning approach to accelerating learning.
Dr. Merzenich talks about his current work with the human brain and what may be next for Scientific Learning.