Laura Thi Germine, PhD, is Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, Director of Brain and Cognitive Health Technology at McLean Hospital, and Founder/President of the technology nonprofit, the Many Brains Project. Dr. Germine received her BA in neurobiology from UC Berkeley, her PhD in experimental psychopathology from Harvard University, and completed a post-doctoral fellowship in psychiatric genetics at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Her program, which spans three academic organizations, is dedicated to developing better methods of detecting changes in neuropsychological function in health and disease. She created one of the first digital neuropsychological laboratories in 2005, which later became TestMyBrain.org, a platform that has attracted over 3 million research participants. The cognitive assessment software developed by Dr. Germine and her program is being used at over 500 research, educational, and clinical sites worldwide, including as part of the national All of Us research program.
Co-Director of the Institute for Technology in Psychiatry,
President of the Many Brains Project, McLean Hospital;
Associate Professor of Psychiatry, HMS
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