Dr Alexandre Kubicki obtained his physiotherapist degree in 2007. He began a thesis in 2009 to study the effects of age and frailty on motor control. He defended his thesis, entitled "Aging of the motor control: towards a rehabilitation of predictive capacities" in 2012 from the INSERM laboratory of the Burgundy University. He took a position of teacher in the physiotherapy school of Dijon and associate researcher in the INSERM U1093 laboratory during two years. In 2014, he engaged a postdoctoral fellowship included in the MAAMI project (Alzheimer disease and implicit motor learning). These research positions were directed by Prof. France Mourey (Physiotherapist, University Professor in gerontology and geriatrics). Since 2015 he is head of physiotherapy in the school of Montbeliard, France, staying associated researcher in the INSERM laboratory of Dijon. He defended his "habilitation to supervise researches" entitled "Motor control, frailty and geriatric rehabilitation", in 2017.
Dr Hadi Eltonsi a medical graduate trained in group psychotherapy, hypnosis, silva mind control, NLP, Reiki Master, Pranic Healing, Life Couch, Mantra Yuga meditation among others courses for psychic powers, family constellation thru his medical study and practice then as a diplomat and Ambassador. He performed many TV, Radio interviews and seminars apart of two short American films about his work or inspired by his skills which were shown in international film festivals, the second got an award in Venice 2017.
Dr. Spomenka Kidemet-Piskac Obtained her MD School of Medicine, University of Zagreb (1989-1995) School of Medicine, University of Zagreb - neurology specialist 1998-2004 2006-2008 Biomedicine and Healthcare system, School of Medicine, University of Zagreb (2018. PhD degree, field Clinical neurology) University Clinic Zagreb, Electromyoneurography - specialist in EMNG, 2007 University Clinic Zagreb, Extracranial and transcranial duplex sonography - specialist in extracranial and transcranial duplex sonography
Alexandre Frey Pinto de Almeida is the clinical director of Serralves Clinical Unit in Porto, Portugal. Learning disabilities are one of the main focuses of this clinical group. His main research interests are the brain mechanisms of language (he is also PhD in Language Sciences), and he is the pioneer of the postural approach of dyslexia (since his Master thesis in Psychiatry, 1993). He is President of the Association for Expressive Therapies, in Portugal, since 2012 (he draws and is a tango therapist!), and he provides medical support to the Institut Medico Educatif Suzanne Brunel / Vitry-sur-Seine, in France, since 2015. In Portugal, he was doctor of the Health Services of the University Lusiada (1998-2013), and associate professor of the University Fernando Pessoa (UFP, Porto, 2002-2012), scientific coordinator of its Bachelor, Master and Educational Clinic of Speech Language Therapy. He published several books and scientific articles, integrated the board of several scientific journals, organized and integrated the Scientific Committee of several events in the domain of speech language science and therapy, and cooperated with some TV emissions. He published namely "Pert. da Fala e da Linguagem" (Speech and Language Disorders), in Neurologia Clinica (Clinical Neurology), UFP Press 2d edition reviewed, 2014, 177-247.