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Quarterly Breakfast Meetings
- Learn directly from prominent guest presenters including researchers, scientists, authors, professors, psychologists and other recognized experts in fields pertaining to Applied Neuroscience.
- Participate in a small, intimate “study salon” experience which allows participants to share coffee, breakfast and conversation with our guest presenters and other members. The size of our in-person meetings are kept small and often sell-out.
- Attend book signings with our guest presenters.
- Join a community of practice of engaged learners who challenge themselves.
- Learn basic and more advanced concepts of Applied Neuroscience.
- CEUs are available from the International Coaching Federation for our events.
- There is no membership fee to join the DCNG.
Stay tuned for our next meeting which will take place in 2020.
Information and Registration for Our Next Quarterly Meeting
Please click here for more information on our next quarterly breakfast meeting and the Eventbrite registration link.
The following is sample of our guest presenters and thought leaders who have spoken at the DCNG including authors, prominent neuroscientists, researchers, psychologist and educators.
Douglas Fields, PhD
Chief of Nervous System Development and Plasticity, National Institute of Health (NIHCD), reknown expert in Neuron Glial Biology.
Dr. Ted George
Psychiatrist and Neuroscientist, National Institute of Health, author, Associate Professor at George Washington University School of Medicine.
Rick Hanson, PhD
Clinical psychologist, well-known author and recognized thought leader in the neuroscience (hardwiring) of happiness.
Dr. Elizabeth Stuller, MD
Board Certified in Addiction Psychiatry, practicing physician at the Amen Clinics (Virginia), CEO of Stuller Resettings.
Author, TED presenter, executive coach and thought leader in role of language and leadership.
Stephen Suomi, PhD
Psychologist, Chief of Laboratory of Comparative Ethology. National Institute of Health (NICHD, Research Professor at Johns Hopkins University.
Organizational anthropologist, Founder of Conversational Intelligence, CEO of Benchmarks Communication,
David Rock, PhD
Founder of the Neuroleadership Institute, author, global thought leader.
Author, researcher and expert in the neurobiology of somatic coaching.
Deborah Norris, PhD
Founder of The Mindfulness Center™, author, Head of the Psychobiology of Healing Program at American University, renowned for meditation teacher training and holistic healing programs.
Ian Kelleher, PhD
Head of the Research. Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning, author, science educator.
Speech language pathologist, TED presenter, specialist in verbal and non-verbal communication.
Norbert Myslinski, PhD
Professor at the University of Maryland, researcher, Executive Director of the International Brain Bee. Recipient of the Society for Neuroscience Science Educator Award.
Rachel V. Gow, PhD
Expert in nutrition and the brain, postdoctoral fellow at the National Institute of Health (NIAAA).
Denise Zannino, PhD
Neuroscientist, Science Policy Analyst at the National Science Foundation.
Dr. Majid Fotuhi, MD., Phd
Dr. Majid Fotuhi, M.D., Ph.D. Head of the Center for Memory and Brain Health at Johns Hopkins Medical Center. Phd Neuroscientist. Author of two best-selling books on memory and brain health.
Dr. Thomas Hoffman, MD
Research Scientist and Administrator (National Institute of Health), Principal of PScience Associates.
Dr. MA Greenstein
Los Angeles based expert in Creativity and the Brain, author, experience designer and artist.
2020 Applied Neuroscience Webinar Series.
Back by popular demand. The DC Neuroleadership Group is offering a new two-part series on Applied Neuroscience topics. In only two hours, you will gain high-impact and practical understanding of essential aspects of brain science with immediate workplace applications. The Webinars take place live on Zoom and are also recorded if you cannot attend the live events. You will receive supplemental resources, a participant workbook and access to the recordings and all course materials. The 2020 Webinar topics are:
Webinar #1: Critical Brain Networks and Regions.
Thursday, January 16, 2020.
To register for Webinar 1, please click here:
Webinar Session #2: Neuroscience and Change in the Brain
Thursday, February 6, 2020
To register for Webinar 2 please click here:
To learn more about this exciting virtual training program and how they work, please go to the following link: