Lecturer, Metropolitan College
Andrey Vyshedskiy, Ph.D. is a neuroscientist from Boston University. He has authored over 100 scientific publications that appeared in the New England Journal of Medicine, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, Thorax, Chest, Journal of Neuroscience and other leading scientific journals. His research focuses on children development, the neurological basis of imagination, and evolution of language. In the past, he has also conducted research in neurophysiology, cardiopulmonary acoustics, and optical vibrometry. Dr. Vyshedskiy has been teaching Human Physiology and Neuroscience of Consciousness at Boston University for over two decades. He has also periodically taught Tufts Medical School students. Dr. Vyshedskiy has founded multiple successful companies and directed the development of several FDA-approved medical devices. Based on his research, ImagiRation has designed a therapy application for children with autism (MITA), that has been demonstrated to significantly improve their language abilities.