HAPPYneuron's mission is to apply knowledge and research from the field of Cognitive
Neuroscience to the stimulation and enhancement of the brain's natural ability to adapt,
learn and regenerate. Our goal is to provide scientifically rigorous and validated cognitive
stimulation programs to consumers, clinician and researchers to address healthy brain aging and
the treatment of a variety of cognitive impairment conditions. In doing so, we hope to realize the
vision of an improvement of brain function, health and vitality, and make a positive impact in the
lives of the individuals who participate in the programs.
HAPPYneuron Inc. is a majority owned subsidiary of Scientific Brain Training (NYSE Euronext: MLSBT)
HAPPYneuron, Inc. was founded in 2000 to provide scientifically based, convenient, quick, and entertaining ways to exercise the brain.
Chief Scientific Officer
Dr. Croisile is a respected neurologist and neuropsychologist with an international reputation for his research on aging and cognition. He was the recipient of the Alzheimer's Disease Parke-Davis Award in 1998 and has written several hundred peer-reviewed articles for scientific publications, papers, and book chapters on aging and cognition, and spoken at hundreds of professional conferences on the prevention of dementia and age-related cognitive decline. Dr. Croisile has been the Chair of the Neuropsychology Department at the Neurological Hospital of Lyon France, since 1992. He received his M.D. and certification in Neurology from Lyon Hospitals and his Neurosciences Specialty degree and Ph.D. in Neuropsychology from University Claude Bernard in Lyon, France.
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Chief Technology Officer
Prof. Franck Tarpin-Bernard is instrumental in taking the science and creativity of Dr. Bernard Croisile and his scientific team and making their ideas come alive as innovative, engaging and challenging brain fitness solutions, including performance tracking and personalized coaching. Prof. Tarpin-Bernard also serves as a Professor in Computer Science at Grenoble University and has published dozens of peer-reviewed journal papers and book chapters. He graduated first in his class in engineering from Ecole Centrale de Lyon and later received a Ph.D in computer engineering, also from Ecole Centrale de Lyon.