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Galina Mindlin, MD, PhD      Brain Music Therapy

Who is she: Galina Mindlin, M.D., Ph.D is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry in Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, and the Supervising Attending Physician in the Department of Psychiatry in St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center. She is Board Certified in psychiatry and neurology and has a Ph.D in neurophysiology and neuropsychology. Dr. Mindlin is the author of numerous articles on a variety of medical topics,

 Where she is from: She was born and trained in Russia. Besides her private practice in New York, she teaches at Columbia University and is a supervising attending physician in psychiatry at St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital at Columbia.

What is her technology: Dr. Galina Mindlin, she treats patients with a variety of psychiatric illnesses in her New York City office, offers a unique and effective treatment for patients with insomnia, anxiety, and attention deficit and mood disorders. The treatment she uses is called Brain Music Therapy (BMT) and was developed at the Moscow Medical Academy by Professor Iakov Levine. Dr. Mindlin studied neurobiology and the psychophysiology of sleep, anxiety, and personality disorders with Dr. Levine in Russia. In 2004, Dr. Mindlin was granted the Exclusive Rights to provide Brain Music Therapy in the United States. Brain Music Therapy is an effective, clinically proven treatment that fights insomnia, anxiety, depression, stress, and headaches, and results in improved productivity and concentration.

When did she live:  She is alive right now, she is 46 years old and remains healthy.


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Marie Van Brittan Brown

Marie Brown was an African-American inventor.

She has been a resident of Jamaica, Queens, and New York City. She lived in Queens, NY for most of her life.

She invented the first video home security system.

She lived from October 30, 1922 till February 2, 1999 she was 76 years old.

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