Andrew Huberman: Stanford Neuroscientist


Andrew Huberman is a neuroscientist and a professor at Stanford University School of Medicine in the Department of Neurobiology. He specializes in brain development, brain plasticity, vision, neural regeneration and repair. 

He is the head of the Huberman Lab at Stanford, where he and his team use virtual reality technology with humans to study the pathways in the brain that are involved in stress, fear and anxiety. Their findings have been published in well-known sources like TIME Magazine, Scientific American and Nature. 

He posts short, daily, easy to understand educational neuroscience videos to his Instagram page and covers multiple topics: neuroplasticity, neuroanatomy, how our brain works, how to improve our brains, our health, and our well-being. He takes complex subject matter and makes it very easy to understand and very applicable to our daily lives. He is one the best brain education resources out there!

Professor Huberman has also been featured on numerous podcasts where he teaches practical ways of understanding the ways our brain works, and then how to use this understanding to better our lives. He is passionate about sharing exciting discoveries in the field as they relate to health, wellness, stress, disease and brain development. Here’s where you can follow his work:

hubermanlab (Instagram)

Huberman Lab (Website)

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