CEO and Co-Founder
As the General Director of the Cuban Neuroscience Center, Mitchell defines and drives the processes and strategies that will implement the Center. He is responsible for the daily operations and lead the development of products for Applied Neuroscience. He founded CNEURO in 1991, along with a large group of researchers and developers, and he is its CEO since then.
He graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of Havana University and holds the Second Degree Specialist in Clinical Neurophysiology as well as holds a PhD in Science from the National Center for Scientific Research. He has been, since 1995, Head of the Cuban National Group of Clinical Neurophysiology of the Ministry of Public Health and professor of this specialty.
He is a permanent member of the Cuban Academy of Sciences, the Cuban Society for Neuroscience, and Honorary Member of the Spanish Society of Psychophysiology. He has received awards from the Ministry of Higher Education and grants awarded by the HFSP and the British Council.