Estate (Tato) Sokhadze, PhD received his degree in Human Physiology in 1988 (Novosibirsk, Russia). He completed post-doctoral fellowship in Psychopharmacology at Wake Forest University in 2001-2003, and post-doctoral training in Cognitive Neuroscience at Rice University in 2004.
Valerie DeLar (formerly Anderson), MA CCC-SLP
Jon Frederick, PhD earned his degree in psychology in Dr. Joel Lubar’s lab at the University of Tennessee. He has worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the UT Health Sciences Center-Houston and the University of Minnesota, researching topics such as MRI in Autism, evoked potentials in ADHD and the efficacy of neurofeedback for dementia. His research focuses on mechanisms of learning in physiological self-regulation and interactions between EEG state discrimination and standard neurofeedback training. Dr. Frederick has authored or co-authored 53 scientific publications and conference presentations. He is currently in clinical practice in Minneapolis, MN.
Mark Zinn, PhD
Robert E. Longo, MRC, LPC, NCC, BCN, is in private practice specializing in QEEG Brain Mapping, Biofeedback, and is BCIA Board Certified in Neurofeedback Rob currently provides QEEG and neurofeedback at Integrative Therapies in Greensboro, NC; and in Lexington, NC. Rob also provides contract services at Rowan County Youth Services Bureau in Salisbury, NC and at Timber Ridge Treatment Center in Gold Hill, NC.
Rob was previously Director of Clinical Training/Stress Reduction Clinic & Biofeedback Lab, and Clinical Director (2005-2008); Old Vineyard Behavioral Health Services, a psychiatric hospital, in Winston-Salem, NC, and Corporate Director of Special Programming and Clinical Training for New Hope Treatment Centers in Charleston, South Carolina.
Rob is a co-presenter of weekly Webinar’s with Dr. Richard Soutar of the New Mind Center in Roswell, Georgia. Dr. Soutar and Rob are coauthors of Doing Neurofeedback: An Introduction. He also serves as a consultant, educator, trainer, and author, and is Vice-President of the North Carolina Biofeedback Society.
Mark Trullinger, MSc., BCN completed his masters in Psychology: Clinical Neuroscience from Wales, United Kingdom on International Scholarship and is currently a PhD Candidate in Washington D.C. His dissertation is on medical innovation in international healthcare. Mark is actively engaged in providing scientific and technical support to management of research projects and private enterprises within many settings. He is currently the Managing Director of NeuroThrive, LLC in Maryland and a consultant to various academic researchers, clinicians, and non-profits in the region. Mark’s expertise and experience are multidisciplinary and includes 5 peer-reviewed original research publications, numerous mental health grants, and designing and implementing clinician trainings in coordination with major universities. He has proven expertise in the healthcare industry: including over 8 years of clinical practice and 4 years BCIA certified, assistant behavioral director of one of the largest community mental health centers in the country, assistant program director and team lead for NeurExpand Brain Center, and chief operating officer of a neurology practice. He has served as a representative to the AMA CPT Editorial Panel meetings on behalf of multiple stakeholders and is a board member-at-large Foundation for Neurofeedback and Neuromodulation Research (FNNR).
Mark has a history of passionate and high energy leadership across various organizations and settings. In his various roles, he always strives to advance value-driven business and practice. His leadership crosses a wide spectrum of professional settings and is directed toward achieving his goals of implementing healthcare practices that are culturally sensitive, purposeful, and innovative. Mark has lead multidisciplinary teams in clinical settings for achieving goals and elevating spirits and inspiration in team members while acting as a mentor and source of thought leadership. He has a record of being involved in co-curricular events such as, but not limited, to fundraising, participating and assisting in planning events, conferences, trainings, etc. Mark has always strived to continually learn and improve himself, while giving back through mentoring of junior members. Fun Fact: Mark enjoys learning to fly and international travel.
Agnieszka Zuberer earned her PhD in psychology at the University of Zürich (Switzerland) in the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and has worked as a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Tübingen. Recently, Agnieszka received an SNF-funded grant to pursue a post-doctoral position at the Learning and Attention Lab at Boston University. Agnieszka’s interests center on the neurocognitive mechanisms behind self-regulation of attention and mind wandering in Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Agnieszka’s publications have dealt with the specificity of neurofeedback as a treatment for ADHD and have proposed a novel methodological approach for investigating training progress in relation to clinical outcome in neurofeedback. Currently, Agnieszka is searching for predictors of successful learning in neurofeedback by applying neuroimaging methods.
Roger deBeus, PhD earned his doctorate in Health Psychology/Behavioral Medicine at the University of North Texas. During his graduate studies, he worked in the Neurotherapy Lab directed by Genie Bodenhamer-Davis, PhD, learning neurofeedback and applications of quantitative EEG. Since graduating, Dr. deBeus has been funded over one-half million dollars for his clinical and research efforts with neurofeedback. Dr. deBeus has presented internationally on his research with neurofeedback and quantitative EEG with ADHD children, depression, adolescent trauma, and adult substance abuse. He is a Board Certified Neurofeedback Fellow of the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance. Dr. deBeus is a Consulting Editor for the Journal of Neurotherapy and EEG & Clinical Neuroscience journals, and Associate Editor of QEEG and Neurofeedback for the Biofeedback journal. His work with the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research has included serving as a Board member for seven years, Past-President, Conference Program Chair. He was awarded the Joel Lubar Award and selected as an ISNR Fellow. Dr. deBeus is currently a licensed psychologist in North Carolina and Virginia.
5/6/1951 – 12/28/2019
Former FNNR (ISNR Research Foundation) Board of Directors members