Founder and Medical DirectorDr. Braverman’s work is dedicated to serving patients by balancing the brain’s chemistry and conquering obesity, addiction, and memory loss. He utilizes the integration of all medical specialties for the singular purpose of life extension through total health. He is also the founder and president of PATH Foundation NY, a non-profit research organization devoted to establishing how the brain functions and using that information to develop practical diagnostic and treatment methods that improve wellbeing and increase longevity. Dr. Braverman pioneered a brain age test called the p300, along with Nora Volkow, M.D. of the National Institute of Drug Abuse, which detects low voltage or delayed brain speed, indicating that an individual is prone to both addiction and psychiatric problems. He currently holds an appointment as Courtesy Assistant Professor at the University of Florida, College of Medicine and the McKnight Brain Institute. Dr. Braverman graduated from NYU School of Medicine with honors and completed his residency at Greenwich Hospital, a Yale University School of Medicine affiliate. He assisted with folic acid studies at Harvard Medical School and contributed to brain and nutrition studies at the Princeton Brain Bio Center. He is the author of several best-selling books on brain/body health and nutrition.