Dan Pardi, MS, PhD

Dan Pardi, MS, PhD

Dr. Dan Pardi is the CEO of humanOS.me. To create the application, he and his team have collaborated with over 100 top health science Professors across the globe to help improve their 'health performance'.

Website: blog.humanOS.me
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danpardi/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/humanOS_me
Mill Valley, California, United States
Member since April 14, 2021
It's an honor to be able to spend my life working in this field. Quote_down
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2019 Leiden University , PhD , Sleep Neuroscience
2019 Stanford , PhD , Sleep Neuroscience
1999 Florida State University , MS , Exercise Physiology
Deep understanding of the meaning of health, behavior modification, cognitive and sleep neurosciences, systems thinking. I enjoy giving live talks and creating health content including in courses, podcasts, and more.

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Dr. Dan Pardi is the CEO of humanOS.me - an application dedicated to helping people achieve diverse health aspirations through training and tools. To create the application, he and his team have collaborated with over 100 top health-science Professors across the globe, and his podcast, humanOS Radio, is the official podcast of the Sleep Research Society, the Canadian Sleep Society, and a content partner of the Buck Institute on Aging. 


Dan collaborates with high-performing organizations, from Silicon Valley VCs like the Mayfield Fund and Artis Ventures to companies like Adobe, Salesforce, Workday, Pandora, Intuitive Surgical, and many more. He also works with Naval Special Warfare to help the most elite fighters in the world to develop and maintain a high-performance brain under challenging circumstances. Dan has a Ph.D. in Cognitive Neuroscience from Leiden University in the Netherlands, and Stanford University in the United States, and he has a Masters of Science in Exercise Physiology from Florida State University in the United States. He currently lives with his wife and two young boys at their home in Calistoga, California, which they also use as a small-group health retreat center.