Dr. Aki Nikolaidis
Nikolaidis, Ph.D. is
Research Assistant at National Taiwan University and
Neuroscience Graduate Student at University of Illinois at
Aki has worked mostly in research, focusing on the brain sciences. His experiences have focused in the fields of cognitive science, psychology, neuroscience, biology, computer science, and physics in declining order of experience.
Aki’s research focuses on using neuroimaging techniques to uncover the neural changes that occur in response to cognitive training. He is passionate about the future of technology and especially how lessons from neuroscience will help individuals fulfill their intellectual potential.
He authored The Future of Brain Workouts and Cognitive Enhancement: Which Path Will We Take?, and coauthored ADHD and the DRD4 exon III 7-repeat polymorphism: an international meta-analysis.
Aki earned his B.A. in Psychology at Yale University and his Ph.D. in Neuroscience at the University of Illinois.
Watch I Can Measure the Chemistry of Your Brain!, Online Learning and Self Development, Online Learning and Self Development Part 2, Brain Training QA, Videogames to Train Your Brain!, and Diffusion Spectrum Imaging. Watch his YouTube channel. Read his Google+ profile and his LinkedIn profile. Follow his Twitter feed.