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A writer with great proficiency and fluency, Dr. Sreenathan’s expertise lies in the application of neuroscience in understanding spirituality.He is the Academic Director of Chinmaya International Foundation. He is also serving as a Visiting Professor of Neuroscience and Psychology at Chinmaya Viswavidyapeeth, Adi Sankara Nilayam in Veliyanad, Kerala. A neuroscientist by profession, Dr. Sreenathan has served as a Dean and Professor of Anatomy in various Medical Colleges in India & other parts of the world over the last four decades. He has recently started a Series of Articles called “Science Unveiled in Vedanta” for The New Indian Express.
A writer with great proficiency and fluency, Dr. Sreenathan’s expertise lies in the application of neuroscience in understanding spirituality.He is the Academic Director of Chinmaya International Foundation. He is also serving as a Visiting Professor of Neuroscience and Psychology at Chinmaya Viswavidyapeeth, Adi Sankara Nilayam in Veliyanad, Kerala. A neuroscientist by profession, Dr. Sreenathan has served as a Dean and Professor of Anatomy in various Medical Colleges in India & other parts of the world over the last four decades. He has recently started a Series of Articles called “Science Unveiled in Vedanta” for The New Indian Express. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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