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EVERY BRAIN HAS A CHANCE! Focus on the outcomes and neurofeedback has achieved what other therapies have not.
As a Behavioral Psychologist, I have worked the old and the new methods. Neurofeedback is by far the catalyst that makes a REAL DIFFERENCE!
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Daniel Lau - Singapore, Hong Kong & China.
Dr. Daniel Lau has extensive experience in industry, business startups, technology commercialization, education and training. He was first trained in physics and computer studies, and postgraduate research on high-speed optoelectronics devices and systems. Daniel’s doctoral thesis was on engineering management in areas of Systematic Innovation development and adoption. It was probably first of its kind study in Asia at the time.
During his career of 25 years, he has worked on diverse fields including life sciences, genetic engineering and clinical diagnostics, advanced semiconductors and optoelectronics, integrated circuit design and telecommunication, prognostics and system health management. Daniel has pioneering experience in continuing education, and professional training in innovation development and management, strategy and process improvement. He has worked in IBM and Bio-Rad, and was visiting professor to various universities in China. Dr. Lau was Principal Investigator and Co-Investigator of various projects funded by Hong Kong government. From 2009 to 2014, he was appointed by Hong Kong government for six years, as Panel Member of a funding scheme of the Innovation and Technology Fund. Daniel is currently providing mentoring and coaching for university and secondary student startup projects in Hong Kong
Daniel Lau was first elected Fellow of The Institution of Electrical Engineers (IEE) in 2003, and is currently Fellow of The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) in U.K., and a Chartered Engineer.
Robert W. Thatcher, Ph.D. received a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from the University of Oregon and a Ph.D. degree in Psychology/Biopsychology from the University of Waterloo before completing postdoctoral fellowships in Neurobiology and Neurophysiology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and New York Medical College.
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