Ramunė Dirvanskienė, PhD
Ramunė has a PhD in neuropsychology from Edinburgh University, Scotland, where she has worked at the Anne Rowling Regenerative Neurology Clinic in clinical research projects and pharmaceutical trials. Currently she is the head of Lithuanian Psychology Association's Neuropsychology group, lectures in Vilnius University and gives public lectures about the brain. In these lectures she shares her clinical experience, presents in lay language the main neuroscience findings and the key elements about the brain – it‘s structure and functions, and how they are affected by various brain diseases and lifestyle choices. Ramunė has authored a popular science book "How the brain works" where she answers the most frequently asked questions about the brain.