Walter Greenleaf

Walter Greenleaf

Doctor at Stanford Virtual Human Interaction Lab

Walter Greenleaf, PhD, is a medical product developer neuroscientist at Stanford University.

Walter is known internationally as one of the early pioneers in digital medicine and virtual reality (VR) technology. With more than three decades of product research and development experience in the field of medical virtual reality technology, Walter is considered a global authority.

Walter is currently a Distinguished Visiting Scholar at Stanford University’s Virtual Human Interaction Laboratory, the Director of Technology Strategy at the University of Colorado National Center for Mental Health Innovation, and a Board Member of Brainstorm: Laboratory from Stanford for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Brain Health.

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