I am a research associate at NYU Langone Medical Center, and adjunct assistant professor for cognitive and affective neuroscience in the Department of Psychology, New York University.
With my wife, Judith Blackstone, I founded the Nonduality Institute, where I am the principal science investigator. My research interests are states of consciousness cultivated through contemplative practice, what these states can tell us about the nature of consciousness and its relation to authentic subjectivity, and what relevance this may have for understanding the global and local organization in the brain.
I have been a Realization Process teacher for a number of years. I teach online individual sessions and classes, as well as courses on issues in science and practice of nonduality.