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- Dr. Molly Wagster Program director for Neuropsychology of Aging at the National Institute on Aging
- Dr. Joseph Mendels Pharmaceutical consultant based in Sarasota, Florida
- Dr. Richard Restak Neuro-psychiatrist and clinical professor of neurology at George Washington University Medical Center and author of 13 books about the brain, including "Mozart's Brain and the Fighter Pilot."
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