our mission statement

To support our patients with mental or neurological disorders from the initial diagnostic to the end of the intervention, offering them state of the art technology to evaluate and treat the brain with integrative modalities. Our services use different techniques aimed to modulate neural functions for the purpose of improving brain function.  Our highly qualified and experienced clinical staff offers the human treatment that every patient looks for in their recovery. We listen and care; our goal is to improve our patients quality of life.

Here at Boston NeuroDynamics, we are a melting pot of different cultures, nationalities, ethnicities, and languages.  We collaborate all across the US, host professional trainings in three different countries, and have associations all over the world. We are proud of our diversity and are always looking to expand our network, utilizing technology to learn and grow all around the globe.




Diana Martinez, MD, MSc, PhD, BNC

Diana is a medical doctor with a specialty in Neurorehabilitation. She received her medical degree from University of Aguascalientes, Mexico in 2002, Fellowship in Neurological Rehabilitation from IAHP, Philadelphia, USA in 2006; M.Sc in Neurological Rehabilitation in 2009, Fellowship in Neurophysiology from University Hospital, Cleveland, USA in 2012 and PhD from De Montfort University from Leicester, UK in 2018. She has 15 years of experience treating severe brain injured patients in United States, Mexico, Spain, Italy, China, Brazil, Colombia and Honduras. She developed, along with other professionals, an integrative intervention to rehabilitated neurological conditions including neurofeedback and other non-invasive brain stimulation techniques. She is the CEO (since 2012) of Neocemod (Neuromodulation Center), Mexico City and Aguascalientes, Mexico, with experience treating patients with epilepsy, learning disorders, behavioral disorder, mood disorders, sleep disorders, TBI and CP. She has extensive experience in neurophysiology, EEG/qEEG/ERP interpretation. She is an international consultant for Neurofeedback professionals and currently she combines clinical work and research; which lead to studying the effects of Neurofeedback in epilepsy for her PhD thesis. She continues to receive invitations to give lectures and workshops for ISNR, BFE, NRBS and SMNB (Mexican Neurofeedback society) and other international neurological and neurophysiology societies. In 2017 she became the Director of the Neurofeedback Clinic at the Trauma Center at JRI in Boston, and she is the cofounder of Boston Neurodynamics, offering high quality training and consulting for neurophysiological evaluations, neurofeedback, biofeedback and other noninvasive brain stimulation interventions.

Diana is fluent is Spanish.

Ainat Rogel, PhD, MSW, BCN, LICSW

Ainat is the cofounder and co-director of Boston Neurodynamics where she practices neurofeedback, performs and analyzes brain mapping (qEEG) and trains and supervises neurofeedback practitioners. She is a licensed independent clinical social worker and a BCIA certified neurofeedback provider and supervisor.  Ainat also works as a clinician and group intake coordinator at Arbour Outpatient Clinic in Jamaica Plain, Boston. She believes in incorporating neurofeedback as part of therapy, and focuses on developmental trauma. Ainat received her Ph.D. in Computer-Science and Neurobiology from The Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel, received her MSW from Simmons College in 2014 and LICSW in 2017.  She has worked in brain research at various places such as MIT, the Marinos Center for Biomedical Imaging and Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel. Since 2010, she has focused on neurofeedback research and clinical work at the Mental Health Center in Beer-Sheva, Israel and at Ben-Gurion University. She has been on the staff at the Trauma Center at JRI since 2012 as a chief scientist of neurofeedback and a senior affiliate at the neurofeedback clinic. She also trains and supervises NFB clinicians. She coordinated the child Neurofeedback Study and was part of the adult NFB study.

Bessel van der Kolk, MD

Bessel van der Kolk, MD, is a clinical psychiatrist whose work integrates mind, brain, body, and social connections to understand and treat trauma. He is a professor of psychiatry at Boston University School of Medicine, and Medical Director of the Trauma Center in Boston. Bessel is the author of more than 150 peer reviewed scientific articles, including two major scientific publications on neurofeedback for PTSD and four books, including the New York Times best-sellerThe Body Keeps the Score: Mind, Brain, and Body in the Healing of Trauma. Website:

Leon Morales-Quezada, MD

Dr. Leon Morales-Quezada is a physician-scientist with experience in neurocognitive rehabilitation, noninvasive neuromodulation, applied psychophysiology, and technology development for neurological rehabilitation. Dr. Morales-Quezada received his MD degree from Universidad Autonoma de Aguascalientes and completed clinical training in emergency medicine and intensive care. He also completed a fellowship and Masters in Neuropsychology Rehabilitation at Touro College, a PhD in Cognitive Neurosciences from De Montfort University in Leicester UK, and a Master’s in Public Health from Harvard School of Public Health. Dr. Morales-Quezada completed a fellowship in Integrative Medicine from the Harvard-NIH program, at the Division of General Medicine and Primary Care at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) and Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital (SRH), Harvard Medical School. Dr. Morales-Quezada research interests focus on noninvasive neuromodulation, the placebo effect, and technology development applied in rehabilitation and behavioral medicine.

Mirret M. El-Hagrassy, MD

Mirret M. El-Hagrassy, MD, is a licensed neurologist, board-certified in Neurology and Epilepsy. She is currently a post-doctoral research fellow at the Spaulding Neuromodulation Center, Harvard Medical School. Dr. El-Hagrassy is conducting research and training in neuromodulation with an emphasis on neurologic disorders, and her current research projects involve the effects of non-invasive brain stimulation on Parkinson’s disease, chronic pain as well as EEG changes in healthy volunteers. She has co-authored book chapters and papers (in press) on clinical research and non-invasive brain stimulation. Dr. El-Hagrassy has a special interest in non-invasive brain stimulation, EEG, epilepsy, and neurofeedback. She enjoys living and working in multicultural environments and multi-specialty groups. Dr. El-Hagrassy completed her medical training at the Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University (Cairo, Egypt) over a decade ago, and has moved to the US since. She completed her neurology residency at SUNY Upstate University Hospital (Syracuse, NY), clinical neurophysiology (EEG and Epilepsy track) fellowship at Cleveland Clinic (Cleveland, Ohio). 

Larry Rudolph, PhD

Larry Rudolph is a Senior Research Scientist and VP at Two Sigma Investments LLP, a Visiting Scholar at NYU, Affiliate off CSAIL MIT, Academic Board Member of the Mass Open Cloud, and CTO of ReDigi.  After receiving his PhD from NYU Courant Institute,  he has been on the faculty of CMU, Hebrew University and MIT as well as a project manager at VMWare.  He has authored over a 100 conference and journal articles, authored 3 books, and advised dozens of graduate students.

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Boston NeuroDynamics

1318 Beacon Street Suite #1 Brookline, MA 02446

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