Robert Heller, M.D.
Integrating conventional and complimentary medicine with nutritional sciences to foster brain health, fitness and longevity.
Robert Heller, MD is a board certified Internist and an Emeritus Clinical Professor of Medicine at UCLA Medical Center. He has practiced medicine for over 30 years. Dr. Heller has worked as a national medical correspondent, including as Anchorman for the Cable Health network World Report. Dr. Heller has been a pioneer in many areas of the healthcare industry, and is considered an expert in brain health and fitness.
Dr. Heller and Joshua Reynolds created Brain Research Labs after years of research in developing and testing cognitive tests and exercises, used at medical schools and clinics around the country. They are considered pioneers in conducting clinical trials on cognitive enhancing supplements, and experts in formulating advanced, state-of-the-art brain supplements, five of which have been validated via independent clinical studies. They are co-authors of the medically acclaimed book, 20/20 Brain Power which incorporates the latest in brain science, research and provides breakthrough yet practical programs for restoring the brainpower that age, stress, and lifestyle excesses have depleted. The book also provides natural and effective tools and resources to help almost anyone gain and maintain brain health and fitness, at virtually any age or stage of life.
Arnold Bresky, M.D.
Using stimulating cognitive challenges to recover and restore lost memory capacities.
Arnold Bresky, M.D., is a leading authority on memory improvement. He has developed unique mental exercises to prevent nd reverse memory loss. Dr. Bresky founded his first cognitive fitness training and rehabilitation program in California in 1997. He lectures widely on the importance of taking care of the brain through brain essential nutrition and exercise, with special emphasis on “neuro-stimulating” mental exercises he calls "brain tune-ups".
A graduate of Albert Einstein School of Medicine, New York City, in 1965, his Memory Recovery Centers educate and train individuals in the proper care, feeding and stimulation of their brains.
Cynthia M. Watson, M.D.
Integrating the best of Eastern and Western medicine to empower self-improvement in health & wellness.
Dr. Watson is well known for incorporating conventional medicine with herbs, homeopathy, and nutrition. Her principal interests are in preventative medicine, mood and cognitive enhancement and longevity. She focuses on wellness as a means to achieve greater vitality and extend the quality of life. She has written several books including User’s Guide To Easing Menopause Symptoms, Naturally and All About Alpha Lipoic Acid.
Dr. Watson graduated from USC School of Medicine. She is a staff member of the Santa Monica – UCLA Hospital and St. Johns Hospitals. She has been a clinical faculty instructor in the Department of Family Medicine at USC, and a preceptor with both the UCLA School of Medicine and the Santa Monica Family Practice Residency Program.
Go to www.watsonwellness.org for more information.
Gerry Mathews, Ph.D.
Understanding how to quantify the effects of stress and emotion on cognitive performance.
Dr. Mathews is a leading authority on stress and emotions and their multiple effects on performance, attention and cognition. Dr. Mathews is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Cincinnati, and a graduate of Cambridge University in England.
He is considered a leading international authority in cognitive science with special emphasis on the construction and use of instruments for the assessment and correlation of stress, cognition and emotions.
Cheryl Sindell, CN
Bringing clinical nutritional science to create delicious cognitive cuisine.
Cheryl Sindell is a Clinical Nutritionist, media personality, author, seminar leader and chef with over twenty years of experience in publishing, television, radio, motivational speaking, restaurant consulting and private nutrition counseling.
Cheryl is a noted expert in preparing foods and delicious meals that improve cognitive performance. For more information go to http://www.cherylsindell.com/