Research Scientist, The Transformative Technology Lab
Neurophenomenology & Consciousness
Lindsay is currently in year 3 of her PhD education in Cognitive Neuroscience with a specialization in Behavioral Sciences at Sofia University. Her foundational background is in neurobiology, where she predominantly investigated the effects of transcendental meditation on the neuroendocrine stress response. Lindsay received a Master’s degree in Transpersonal Psychology with a specialization in Neurophenomenology & Consciousness at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology.
Lindsay’s passion and research topic resides in the investigation of quantum coherence and vibrational modes of neural molecular structures that access the spacetime field of consciousness, and how consciousness is produced through the geometrical, self-organizing, information feedback systems of spacetime itself. Furthermore, the implications in how these universal properties fundamental to consciousness can be applied to enhance human potential and well-being, with transformative technology at the forefront of these investigations.
Lindsay is currently working as a Research Associate at the Transformative Technology Lab in Palo Alto, CA alongside Dr. Jeffrey Martin, collaborating in the design and execution of research protocols on higher states of consciousness utilizing advanced brain mapping technology. Lindsay is also working as Research Assistant to Dr. Stuart Hameroff at the University of Arizona as a visiting scholar to co-facilitate an experiment with Transcranial Ultrasound (TUS) brain stimulation with Alzheimer’s patients.
Lindsay continues works as a consultant for organizations in the emerging paradigm of science & technology contributing to the forefront of technological advancements for the betterment of humanity. Her passion includes both global and individual evolution – she has been working with clients as a transformational coach and teacher since 2009, certified in several psychosomatic modalities and yoga practitioner.