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SMARTfit's Scientific Board

SMARTfit is conducting clinical study activity in several high value areas within the medical market.

 

Our scientific board has an amazing collection of credentials and include individuals who represent prestigious clinical organizations and are actively working as authorities in their fields of study.

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Charles Y. LIU

MD, PhD

Chief of Scientific Board

USC Neurorestoration Center:

Professor, Neurosurgery, Neurology, and Biomedical Engineering USC Director

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Martin TEICHER

MD, PhD

McLean Hospital:

Director, Developmental Biopsychiatry Research Program

Harvard Medical School:

Associate Professor of Psychiatry

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Beth FISHER

PhD, PT, FAPTA

University of Southern California:

Professor of Clinical Physical Therapy Director, Neuroplasticity and Imaging Laboratory Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy

“Everything in Parkinson’s research points to the need for combining cognitive challenges with physical activities- I cannot think of a better way to do that than with SMARTfit.”

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Christopher POWERS

PhD, PT, FACSM, FAPTA

University of Southern California:

professor, Director, Biokinesiology Program

Musculoskeletal Biomechanics Research Laboratory:

Co-Director

“SMARTfit takes the focus of the player off the mechanics and moves it to the external, forcing the brain to solve two problems at the same time. It solves the big missing part in rehab because we want carry-over onto the field." 

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Fabio MACCIARDI

MD, PhD

University of California:

Professor, Laboratory of Molecular Psychiatry, Psychiatry & Human Behavior

“I think that positioning SMARTfit as a key medical device will potentially open up many applications. In particular, I am very interested in exploring applications to promote the rehabilitation of children with motor and cognitive impairments."