Dr Sabina Brennan
Dr Sabina Brennan is a chartered psychologist, neuroscientist, award-winning science communicator, author of the international bestseller 100 Days to a Younger Brain. Her keynotes are around the subjects of brain health, the neuroscience of sleep, stress management, work wellness and the power of a Super Brain.
Dr Sabina Brennan is a chartered psychologist, neuroscientist, award-winning science communicator, author of the international bestseller 100 Days to a Younger Brain, and host of the critically-acclaimed Super Brain podcast.
Sabina is on a mission to help millions of people enjoy the benefits of having a Super Brain.
Internationally recognised brain health expert and thought leader Dr Sabina Brennan’s life-changing techniques transform everyday brains into super-brains. The most advanced artificial intelligence endeavours to simulate but cannot replicate the glorious magnificence of the human brain. Dr Brennan’s talks harness cutting edge neuroscience to reveal the secrets of the most underused resource on the planet – the human brain. Give your workforce the edge, invest in brain health.
Sabina will show you how to harness your brain power to reach your true potential. Specialising in translating neuroscience into practical tips Sabina’s talks will show you how to think faster, sharper, better. Sabina will help you to unleash your superpower transforming your everyday brain into a Super Brain .
Sabina’s talks, animations and online resources have helped hundreds of thousands of people boost their brain health, build resilience, love life and find happiness and laughter in the workplace!
Sabina has a regular wellness spot on national afternoon TV (The Today Show – RTE) and is a regular TV and radio panellist and contributor nationally and internationally. She has also contributed to and written features for multiple newspapers including the Times, the Guardian and Market watch. Sabina's new book. Beating Brain Fog, is an Irish Times No.1 bestseller.
Sabina has been engaged as an advisor to governments and global businesses influencing policy and practice in the areas of brain health, ageing, dementia, migraine and multiple sclerosis. She also volunteers on scientific advisory boards and advocacy panels supporting charities, non-profits and NGOs.