by Anthony Effinger
Claudia Wong is a family nurse practitioner specializing in memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. A few years ago, she trained to teach restorative yoga. After that, she went traveling, and the trip turned into a two-year journey into the contemplative arts. She did more yoga training in Bali, learned about healing with Tibetan singing bowls in India, and practiced meditation in Thailand. When she returned, she brought all those things back to use in her practice.
by Brianna Rauchman
After a brain tumor robbed his mobility, Sebastien defied all odds, inspiring thousands with his remarkable story.
by Amelia Garrison
With nearly two decades of nonprofit management and fundraising experience, Melissa B. Coleman, Esq, Vice President of the PNI Foundation (PNIF), is an expert at building programmatic research teams in support of neurosciences.
by Guest Author
As her tumor swells, a new cancer intelligence platform at Pacific Neuroscience Institute brings Cynthia Herrera closer to her care team.
by Guest Author
Psilocybin and many other psychedelics are broadly prohibited under federal law. But US researchers at the PNI's Pacific Treatment & Research In Psychedelics (TRIP) program have been legally scrutinizing their use in a score of clinical trials.
by Daniel F. Kelly
At Pacific Neuroscience Institute® (PNI) we achieved many milestones in 2022 and continue to make positive impacts in neuroscience clinical care, research, and education.
Last updated: January 19th, 2023