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sarah turner

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Sarah Turner has a Post Graduate degree in clinical neuroscience from Roehampton University, London. She also has BSC degrees in psychological sciences, and nutritional medicine from Westminster University and Thames valley university, respectively. Sarah spent the first 10 years of her career as a research scientist in the pharmaceutical industry planning and executing experiments looking at the effects of electrostatics on physiology.

 

Whilst in California, Sarah became involved with the biohacker movement, and, as part of her journey she has interviewed some of the most prolific thought-leaders, visionaries, experts in the biohacking space. This has led to her current understanding of the overriding role of physics in relation to biology and has fueled her current interest in the field of quantum biology in health, photomedicine and consciousness studies.

 

Sarah’s main interest is photobiomodulation– that is, using specific light devices to heal the body and promote optimal functioning, with a focus on brain issues. She has co-founded a holistic brain health company – ‘neurathrive’ and is currently developing a transcranial red-light device aimed at the gut-brain axis – the lux system, as well as being the science advisor for the companies numerous PBM products.

 

Sarah co-hosts a bi-weekly podcast ‘Rebel Scientist’ and offers 1:1 coaching sessions for people looking to improve brain function with light and lifestyle modifications.