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Founder and CEO, David H. Nguyen, PhD, was nominated (but unfortuntely he was NOT elected...) for the
2024 Alan T. Waterman Award from the National Science Foundation.

This is the highest award in the U.S. for scientists who are 40-years-old and under. The nomination and letters of support are from five prominent scientists in the U.S. The primary reason for the nominations is the invention of the LCPC Transform, which is contained in BrainScanology's ShapeGenie software.

Mary Helen Barcellos-Hoff, PhD *Lead Nominator*

University of California-San Francisco (UCSF), Prof & Vice Chair of Research of Dept. of Radiation Oncology
Expertise: Radiation biology, mammary gland biology, breast cancer, TGF-beta, stem cell biology

William Jagust, MD

UC Berkeley, Distinguished Prof in Dept. of Neuroscience, Dept. Public Health
Expertise: Alzheimer’s, image biomarkers of Alzheimer’s, machine learning in dementia research

J. Wesson Ashford, MD, PhD

Stanford, Prof and Director of the War-Related Injury and Illness Study Center at the Palo Alto VA
Expertise: Alzheimer’s, geriatric psychiatry, diagnostic aids for detecting cognitive impairment, traumatic brain injury

Brian Feeley, MD

University of California-San Francisco (UCSF), Prof & Chief of Sports Medicine in Dept. of Orthopedic Surgery
Expertise: orthopedic surgery, musculoskeletal development, stem cell biology

Sylvain Costes, PhD

NASA Ames Research Center, Branch Chief in the Space Biosciences Research Branch
Expertise: radiation biology, image analysis, omics data, ML/AI on space biology

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