Current Lectures - Dr. John A. Allocca
What is Your Brain Telling You to Do?
by John A. Allocca, D.Sc., Ph.D.
The Effects of Brain Chemistry Imbalance
Increased body temperature
Irritable bowel syndrome
Seasonal affective disorder
BrainicityTM Transcranial Neural Network Optimizer
This lecture will be given by Dr. John A. Allocca, a medical research scientist with 35 years of experience. The lecture is based on Dr. Allocca's books "What is Your Brain Telling You to Do?" ISBN 978-1-105-47382-1 (for Scientists and Healthcare Professionals), and "Migraine Prevention, Depression, and Other Serotonin and Norepinephrine Disorders" (for laymen) ISBN 978-1-105-56343-0, and 42 other books and textbooks. This lecture will be very technical if the audience participants are healthcare professionals. This lecture will be less technical for the general adult audience. Allow 1-2 hours.
Dr. Allocca is a medical research scientist with over 35 years of experience. He is the internationally published author of "What is Your Brain Telling You to Do?;" "Starship Diabetes;" "Migraine Prevention and Other Serotonin and Norepinephrine Disorders;" and 30 other books and textbooks. His biography can be found in Who's Who in Science and Who's Who in the World.
He received a Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) degree in Biophysics from Pacific Western University, a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in Clinical Nutrition from St. Martin University College of Health Science, a Master of Science degree in Bioengineering from NYU Polytechnic Institute of New York, and completed course work and dissertation for a Doctor of Philosophy in Physics at Columbia Pacific University.
Dr. Allocca worked as a medical research scientist for Allocca Institute For Advanced Science, LLC, Andromeda Research, Inc. (migraine research), Mount Sinai Medical Center (pulmonary research), Long Island College Hospital, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and Doll Research, Inc. (cardiovascular research) in connection with Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center.
Dr. Allocca is a full member of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society.