Meet the crew :

Dhiraj Jeyanandarajan


Dhiraj Jeyanandarajan is the Founder & CEO of Qneuro. He is a board certified neurologist with subspecialty training in neurophysiology. He completed his undergraduate education at UC Berkeley and then went on to get his MD at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He also completed his MBA at UCLA Anderson School of Business. “Qneuro to me represents the potential to make an impact in a field that can truly change the world in a positive way. The brain is the next great frontier of discovery. We live at a unique time in history where technology affords us the ability to observe and interact with the brain in ways, which now have only been in the realm of science fiction. I consider myself truly fortunate to have the opportunity to take an active role in helping to advance this field.”


John E. Wick


John is currently a candidate for a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership with a specialization in Teaching and Learning Theory from Azusa Pacific University. His graduate and undergraduate work was also conducted at APU. At Qneuro, John helps to ensure that the confluence of neuroscience research and gaming are based upon educationally sound methodologies, actual practice, and theories. John believes that we have the current ability to tailor learning experiences to the individual and to adapt those experiences using modern technology. It is our duty to use the tools of today to prepare learners of all ages for the realities of the world in which they will live tomorrow. When he’s not designing or evaluating educational experiences and programs, John enjoys: cooking, eating at restaurants, presenting at education conferences, painting, stand up paddle boarding, acting, watching movies, writing, reading, and being on Twitter.

Cort Horton


Cort Horton completed both an M.A. and Ph.D. in Cognitive Sciences at the University of California, Irvine, as well as a B.A. in Psychology at Emory University. He leads the neuroscience research team at Qneuro. He has been conducting neuroimaging studies using high-density EEG recordings for over ten years, resulting in publications in scientific journals in the fields of memory, attention, cognitive development, speech processing, and brain-computer interfaces. When he isn’t busy with research, Cort spends most of his time with his wife, two dogs, and two young children. The remainder is split between playing guitar, photography, video games, and perfecting his BBQ from his backyard smoker.

Cort Horton

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