Devon has spent the last 17yrs working in neurofeedback development. His father, Domenic Greco, Ph.D., a neurofeedback researcher and clinical psychologist started Smart Brain Technologies and Devon was involved in all aspects of that business throughout its development and commercial life. Leveraging his experience at Smart Brain Technologies, Devon developed, then patented the current Narbis glasses to improve on the capability and usability of the original device. He founded the Company in 2014
Mike has worked with Devon and Domenic Greco for many years, going back to Smart Brain Technologies. Mike worked for J&J for 30 years in Asia, Europe and North America. He was involved with early clinical studies of the Smart Brain product with all his family being users of the early Neurofeedback product.
40 years of experience in the consumer products industry. Neal was a R&D leader at Proctor & Gamble; Chief Technology Officer at Johnson & Johnson, later Unilever. Neal is particularly enthused by the possibilities for the Narbis program well beyond those suffering from ADHD. He cites depression, anxiety, and sleep issues.
Alireza Moghaddam, Alireza is an Electronics Engineer with over two decades of experience in R&D and manufacturing. Originally from Iran, he settled in Vancouver, British Columbia, in 2011. He has been responsible for Narbis hardware and sensor circuit design as well as software development since early 2013. His experience includes analog and digital circuit design, Digital Signal Processing, embedded systems, and software development on various platforms.
Inspiration and Vision
Domenic Greco, Ph.D, Domenic held his doctorate in Clinical Psychology and has specialized in Biofeedback and Neurofeedback since 1982. He successfully developed and operated Stress Management and ADHD Treatment Centers on both coasts, Throughout Dr. Greco’s professional career he sought out and provided the most effective and innovative clinical treatment options available using Neurofeedback. In 2000 he partnered with NASA to commercially exploit their work to improve attention and performance in pilots using EEG Neurofeedback technology. The first clinical Technology was available in 2003. Practitioners around the U.S. began serving their clients with this, engaging, and effective technology. By 2005, the first ‘home-based’ systems were introduced to families. Sadly Dr. Greco was diagnosed with ALS in 2009. Alongside his youngest son, Devon, he continued to work throughout his illness on innovation in the area of easy to use Neurofeedback systems for individuals. Narbis was conceived by Devon before Domenic’s premature death in 2013. He continues to be an inspiration to the work and innovation behind Narbis.