Neuroengineering basically combines various disciplines which include device development, neuroscience, mathematics, and computation, and is an electrifying recent endeavor into technology and science. It has produced lots of excitement not only for developing interfaces between the computers and brain but also for typically unused prospective in developing treatments for neurological conditions such as epilepsy and strokes.
Dr. Curtis Cripe: The specialist of Neuroengineering
Dr. Curtis Cripe is an educational leader and skillful in the fields of neuroengineering as well as behavioral medicine. He is a Neuro Engineer who emphasizes on Behavioral Medicine. He has been associated with NTL Group Inc. which is based in Scottsdale, U.S.A and his actions comprise a vast range of zones and welfares. Specialists who study in this field of neuroengineering as well as behavioral medicine work closely with doctors, and they also use non-medication approaches and treatments to assist the individual. He helps in treating several Neuron, human brain, and brain activity related illnesses such as depression, anxiety, substance abuse and addiction, bipolar disorder and many more. He has also expertise in cells, physiology, memories, and structures.
NTL Group Inc. provides a total back-to-back system of problem recognition, which leads to the proper solution recognition for brain related problems. Under the guidance of Curtis Cripe, NTL Group Inc. uses a number of neuroengineered services such as NeuroEval, NeuroCodeX, NeuroCoach and NeuroPathways. As of now, Curtis Cripe heads Research and Development for NTL Group as the developer of the NeuroCoach and NeuroCodex for brain and cognitive repair.
After being successful in the field of neuroscience and behavioral medicine, Dr. Curtis Cripe has authored a number of peer-reviewed papers and has authored twochapters in field related books. He is also a renowned international speaker on the subject of cognitive brain analysis and function. He is a lifetime member of the Golden Key International Honor Society for Academics, Certified Peak Performance Instructor, a Certified Neurotherapy Instructor as well as an INPP instructor for brain development.
As far as the academic career is concerned, Dr. Curtis Cripe has received PhD in behavioral medicine and psychology from North Central University in Arizona. He has started his career after completing Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in engineering from California State Polytechnic University. He has completed his specialization in aerospace engineering and then later on he started working for NASA’s deep space research missions as a senior systems engineer for the Jet Propulsion Lab. He has worked on a number of ventures there, and one of the first projects was the noteworthy first landing of Mars. He has also worked in software development at Department of Defense contractor TRW, Inc. Dr. Cripe has a diverse background in aerospace engineering, neuroengineering, psychophysiology, psychology, software development and programming, addiction recovery, child neurodevelopment, and brain injury.
When not busy with work, Cripe devotes considerable attention to nurturing vegetation. In order to adjust to Arizona’s arid climate, he took up hydroponics, which is a type of water-based interior agriculture.