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Jordan Silberman’s Bio

By on January 1, 2007 – 11:00 am  One Comment

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Jordan Silberman, MD, PhD, is the Medical Director of EdLogics, a health literacy education company. During graduate school Jordan developed a brain-computer interface training protocol designed to up-regulate neural activity underlying self-control, improve self-control ability, and thereby promote healthy behavior. Jordan’s research interests include the neurobiology of self-control, health behavior promotion, healthcare communication, and health education. In addition to MD (honors in research) and PhD degrees from the University of Rochester, Jordan earned a certificate in quantitative methods (statistics) from the University of Rochester and a master’s degree in psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. He has conducted research at the University of Rochester, the University of Pennsylvania, Harvard Medical School, and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. His research has been covered by The New York Times, USA Today, CNN, NPR, Prevention, Good Housekeeping, and others. Jordan’s CV is here and his TEDx talk is here.

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  • Emily Legum says:

    Hi Jordan,
    I am enjoying your blog? I am sure you saw the movie about how addictive McDonalds food is to the human body. I am also interested in your self-regulation studies as one of my current initiatives at school has been increasing self-regulation skills for students with time and material management problems. Do you have any suggestions?
    Please catch some California sunshine for me. You are right, winter is optional. Your parents have been their usual wonderful. Take care. emily

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