Zack Lynch is an entrepreneur, market maven and futurist who brings a rich understanding of the technologies and companies driving the experiential technology market to JAZZ.
Zack is the founder and Chairman of the Neurotechnology Industry Organization, a global trade association representing companies involved in neuroscience, brain research institutes and patient advocacy groups, which has more than 120 member organizations all focused on accelerating the development of treatments for neurological diseases, psychiatric illnesses and nervous system injuries.
He is the founder and curator of the Experiential Technology and NeuroGaming Conference and Expo which is the leading meeting bringing together game designers, neuroscientists, tech executives and investors.
Zack is the author of the best selling book, The Neuro Revolution: How Brain Science Is Changing our World published by St. Martin’s Press and translated into many languages. Previously, he co-founded NeuroInsights, a market research and investment advisory firm that advises global organizations on the impact of neurotechnology on business, government and society. NeuroInsights hosts an annual Neurotech Investing and Partnering Conference each May. He was the publisher of the investment newsletter, Neurotech Insights and co-author of NeuroInsights 600-page annual investment analysis of the global neurotech industry. He also developed the NASDAQ NeuroInsights Neurotech Index, a stock tracking index for neuroscience companies.
He has been a founder and executive at several software companies in wellness, profit optimization, knowledge management and collaborative forecasting. Mr. Lynch speaks frequently and is quoted widely in the press including: Forbes, LA Times, O the Oprah Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle, Scientific American, Science, Slate and many more.
Mr. Lynch serves on the advisory boards of the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT, Center for Neuroeconomic Studies at Claremont Graduate University, the Center for Neuroscience and Society at the University of Pennsylvania, as well as several private neurosoftware companies. He has a B.S. in Evolutionary Biology, B.S. in Environmental Science and M.A. in Economic Geography, all from UCLA.