Dr. Curtis Cripe to Present at Space Station Conference
Dr. Curtis Cripe in late July 2018 will present the findings from his experiment related to Martian travel. Find out more here.
LOS ANGELES, July 11, 2018
LOS ANGELES, July 11, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Dr. Curtis Cripe, a leading neuroengineer in the field of behavioral medicine, will soon present his revolutionary findings from a recently conducted experiment related to Lunar/Maritain deep space long duration travel. The exclusive findings will be presented at the International Space Station Research and Development (ISSR&D) Conference from July 23 to July 26 in San Francisco and will no doubt contribute to current efforts to pioneer new frontiers.
Between April 28 and May 14 of this year, Cripe and his team collected data during an experiment inside the Martian Analog Habitat Simulator with Mission V crew members in North Dakota. The experiment used Cripe and the NTL Group's proprietary program known as NeuroCodex to complete a feasibility study on ongoing electroencephalogram (EEG) monitoring inside long-duration space travel simulators within the Martian Habitat Simulator. Due to Cripe's successful mission and the helpful data he collected in April and May, his poster was accepted to be included at the ISSR&D Conference.
Cripe's academic and professional backgrounds span a multitude of disciplines, including as an aerospace engineer for Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), Subject Matter Expert for NASA, a Visiting Scholar for Fordham University Interdisciplinary Collaboration on Health, Environment and Human Performance. In addition, he is Director of Clinical Research and Development for NTLgroup for brain injury, child neurodevelopment, behavioral medicine and health psychology, psychophysiology, and addiction recovery, as well as a bioengineer, software developer, and engineer.
He is a well-respected subject matter expert on Behavioral Health for the DSR30 Consortium (Deep Space Readiness for 2030) Mission to Mars project. In this role, Cripe offers high-quality technical support for a multitude of original research projects conducted in space science and behavioral health.
The current research projects that Dr. Curtis Cripe is supporting includes the demonstration of an on-board crew countermeasure and behavioral health monitoring system's viability. The demonstration is scheduled for this summer in a cutting-edge Martian Analog Ground Simulator.
The chance to present at the 2018 ISSR&D Conference is a continuing step to offer the latest in research for Cripe, as the conference offers a one-of-a-kind opportunity to explore the potential to advance life on Earth as well as space. Unlike other conferences, the ISSR&D Conference is recognized as one of the few gatherings where numerous individuals from a wide range of disciplines can join together to collaborate and figure out how to enhance life for years and even generations to come.
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