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Neurocareers: How to be successful in STEM?

Author: Milena Korostenskaja

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Successful career and business in STEM? Possible! Best applied neuroscience and life coaching practices are here to help! Learn how to program your brain to create a job of your dreams! Make your neurons your best friends to help you succeed. Dr. K. (a neuroscientist, college professor, certified life coach) and her podcast guests share the keys to success to make your career and business goals become your reality.

Neuroscience? Neurotechnologies? Find out about the latest developments in these career fields from our first podcast guest speaker is Dr. Christoph Guger, who has a Ph.D. in electrical engineering and serves as the CEO of a g.tec company located in Austria. This company is one of the major suppliers of brain-computer interface (BCI) equipment in the world. Spring BCI School 2020, organized by Dr. Guger, made history as the first on-line BCI event of unprecedented scale - it had over 5500 registered participants. Why did Dr. Guger decide to dedicate his career to work with BCIs? What prompted him to become an entrepreneur? What are success tips that Dr. Guger has to offer to scientists and engineers in both the private sector and academia? What are the latest developments in BCIs? What does the future of BCIs hold? These and many other questions will be covered in this first podcast.

The podcast is brought to you by the Institute of Neuroapproaches and its founder - Milena Korostenskaja, Ph.D. - a neuroscientist that has built a successful career in the field of adaptive neurotechnologies, is an acknowledged college professor, and also a certified life coach.
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Our first podcast guest is Dr. Christoph Guger, who has a Ph.D. in electrical engineering and serves as the CEO of a g.tec company located in Austria. This company is one of the major suppliers of brain-computer interface (BCI) equipment in the world. Spring BCI School 2020, organized by Dr. Guger, made history as the first on-line BCI event of unprecedented scale - it had over 5500 registered participants. Why did Dr. Guger decide to dedicate his career to work with BCIs? What prompted him to become an entrepreneur? What are success tips that Dr. Guger has to offer to scientists and engineers in both the private sector and academia? What are the latest developments in BCIs? What does the future of BCIs hold? These and many other questions will be covered in this first podcast.
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