Dr. Marc Milstein specializes in taking the leading science research on human health, productivity, and happiness, and presents it in a way that entertains, motivates, and offers his audience key solutions to live better. Dr. Milstein is frequent health expert in the media and has explained cutting edge science on the Dr. Oz show as well is in the Huffington Post, USA Today and Weight Watchers magazine. Dr. Milstein is also a regular speaker to major corporations around the world. Dr. Milstein's presentations cover cutting-edge brain science topics such as sleep, memory, learning, gut-brain connection, emotions, and even how our DNA and trillions of cells work in concert with our environment to determine our health and lower risk for disease.
Dr. Milstein specializes in connecting the latest research from multiple science disciplines and integrating this complex information into a clear, accurate picture for physicians, therapists, companies, and anyone who is looking for clear solutions to improve our health and happiness.
Dr. Milstein earned both his Ph.D. in Biological Chemistry and his Bachelor of Science in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology from UCLA. His doctoral research uncovered the role of a protein called “R1N1” that suppresses breast cancer. Interestingly R1N1 is also involved in memory, and this discovery ignited Dr. Milstein’s fascination into how the brain and body work in concert. Dr. Milstein has conducted research on topics including genetics, cancer biology, neuroscience, and infectious disease, and his work has been published in multiple scientific journals. Dr. Milstein received the prestigious California Breast Cancer Research Fellowship Award in recognition of his work.
Dr. Milstein utilizes his training as a scientist to research, analyze, and integrate the latest breakthrough studies into clear and accurate presentations. Dr. Milstein is a professional speaker who makes cutting-edge Health and Wellness research approachable, and empowers his audience to apply these vital findings to optimize their work and daily lives.