Dusana Dorjee, PhD is a cognitive neuroscientist at Bangor University investigating changes in brain and body physiology resulting from meditation training across the life span. Aside from basic research in contemplative science, Dusana studies neurodevelopmental modulations resulting from mindfulness training with children and adolescents in the context of mental health prevention within education. Dusana has received several awards in support of her research, including British Academy Small Grant and Mind and Life Contemplative Studies Fellowship. She has also co-authored The Present curriculum for primary school children. Dusana has authored two books: ‘Mind, Brain, and the Path to Happiness’, (Routledge, 2013) and ‘Neuroscience and Psychology of Meditation in Everyday Life’ (to be released in August 2017 by Routledge).