Dr. Robert Dennis PhD
The original NASA TVEMF - PEMF systems were developed by Dr Robert Dennis, PhD for NASA under contract between 1997 - 1998. Recently corrected NASA patents verify his status as the original inventor and world patent owner of PEMF technology. Recently four additional patents have been issued to Dr Dennis demonstrating the recent advances that he has made since his original research work at NASA was undertaken during the early 1990s. He has also co-founded Cortical Metrics a brain gauge and brain function assessment tool. These are being tested with the military for traumatic brain injury, PTSD and other related brain function issues. Bob is currently a neuroscientist and faculty member of the University of North Carolina.
Mark Tommerdahl PhD
Currently a neuroscientist and faculty member at the University of North Carolina, has a broad range of research interests that center on cortical mechanisms of information processing. Initial studies that made observations via extracellular recordings and optical imaging of stimulus-evoked cortical-cortical interactions in non-human primates led to the development and application of novel human sensory perceptual testing methods and technologies to research across a broad spectrum of neurological disorders. Neurological areas of interest include concussion/TBI, developmental disorders (e.g., autism), aging and chronic pain. Dr. Tommerdahl is also co-founder of Cortical Metrics, a company that is now actively developing sensory testing technology that can be widely distributed. Education: B.S., Biology, Davidson College; MS and Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering and Mathematics, University of North Carolina.
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