Valentina Gumenyuk, Ph.D., is a cognitive neuroscientist with Ph.D. in psychology and Director of the Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center’s MEG Neuroimaging Center. Dr. Gumenyuk has extensive experience in MRI/MEG and sleep medicine throughout the United States. After completing her education at the University of Helsinki in Finland, she underwent her postdoctoral training at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. Following her internship, Dr. Gumenyuk worked as a research instructor at Henry Ford while being a mentor to numerous graduate students and residents. She has extensive experience in instructing sleep medicine and neurology fellows about circadian rhythms and sleep cycles.
Dr. Gumenyuk’s research interests include cognitive brain research in healthy and neurologically ill patients, electro- and magnetoencephalography (MEG) measures of cognitive and sensory processes, sleep and circadian rhythms abnormalities in patients with sleep disorders, neuroimaging of developing brain functions and epilepsy. Dr. Gumenyuk is another example of the hospital’s commitment to professional and high quality clinical staff.
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Oleg A. Korzyukov, Ph.D., is currently the Co-Director of the Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center’s MEG Neuroimaging Center. Dr. Korzyukov received his degree in biology at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of Russian Academy of Medical Sciences. After completing his education he underwent his postdoctoral training in cognitive research at the Cognitive Brain Research Unit of the University of Helsinki in Finland.
Dr. Korzyukov is currently a research assistant professor at Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois. While being a mentor to numerous graduate students and fellows, Dr. Korzyukov has written many peer – reviewed research articles to exhibit his knowledge in the neuroscience field. Dr. Korzyukov spoke at numerous events about his team’s research initiatives.