Andrew Heusser

Andrew Heusser is a cognitive neuroscientist with expertise in brain rhythms and human learning. As a postdoctoral fellow at Dartmouth College, most of his days are spent running brain-imaging studies to understand how brain rhythms are related to learning and what makes memories “stick.” He brings more than a decade of brain science experience to the retreat, and will lead the EEG demonstrations and present neuroscience lecture material. Outside of his day job, he is an avid backpacker, musician, proponent of open science, and meditation enthusiast.