Next Gen Miami Highlighted Speaker: BehaviorMe

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BehaviorMe is developing immersive virtual reality simulations for behavioral specialists to treat their clients more effectively and efficiently. Our VR simulations will give practitioners the opportunity to teach basic life skills to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and developmental disabilities in a new, innovative, and effective way. Our roots lay in the behavioral sciences and our passion drives us to help people all over the world.

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Next Gen Miami Highlighted Speaker: Nick Green, MS, BCBA

His experience and education bring a unique perspective when designing pro-health solutions. Nick’s main focus and research interest in reducing sedentary behavior (too much sitting) in the workplace. His passion is:“Improving human performance and health with behavior analysis.” When Nick is not in a book or writing, he enjoys training his dog Pete, improving productivity, photography, Olympic weightlifting, and CrossFit.

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Next Gen Miami Highlighted Speaker: Tom Buqo, BA

Tom graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno with a bachelor’s in psychology in 2013 and is currently pursing a PhD in clinical psychology at Hofstra University. Tom’s main interests are applications of clinical behavior analysis to emotional and behavioral disorders, behavioral reinterpretations of identity and self, and dissemination of behavior analysis and precision measurement within clinical psychology.

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Next Gen Miami Highlighted Speaker: Adam Ventura, MS, BCBA

In addition to his full-time commitment to World Evolve and FIU, Adam is one of the founding members of the Miami Association for Behavior Analysis (MiABA), and the Code of Ethics for Behavioral Organizations (COEBO). Adam is also a current contributing writer on Behavioral Science in the 21st Century (BSCI21.org).Eb Blakely received a Ph.D. in 1988 from Western Michigan in Psychology with a specialty in Applied Behavior Analysis.  He has worked in the fields of developmental disabilities, mental health, behavior pharmacology, experimental analysis of behavior, organizational behavior management, and database design.

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The Days are Better when we Stick Together: A Plea for Collaboration

The spirit of the Next Gen Revolution Summit is one of collaboration. Part behavioral science, part entrepreneurship, the purpose is to blur the line between fields and show the impressive power of applied work with collaborative elements. This simple, constructive, and underutilized show of collaboration is an important demonstration of behavior science paired with established fields of practice.

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