Paul Tardner, Lead Researcher at IJEST

Paul Tardner

 

About Paul Tardner

 

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Paul Tardner
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American
Birthdate:
1985-05-05
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76 inches
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Sacramento, CA, USA
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University of California, Berkeley
Gender:
Male
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Lead Researcher
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Sacramento, CA, USA
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Paul Tardner is the Lead Researcher at IJEST and the main contributor to the IJEST.org blog where he writes about natural biohacking.

Paul Tardner was born in Berkeley, California on the 5th May 1985. He currently resides in Sacramento, California. He is an alumni of the University of California, Berkeley and of University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.

Paul has spent his entire career as a research scientist. His main area of expertise is biohacking; the application of biology to augment and enhance various aspects of human health and performance, with a particular focus on cognition. For over 20 years Paul has dedicated his life to exploring the potential benefits of nootropics.

Paul Tardner profile

Paul Tardner has authored dozens of research papers on nootropics and biohacking supplements more widely. These research papers have focused on the underlying mechanisms of popular nootropic agents, as well as the potential uses of nootropics in clinical contexts. Most of these papers have been published by IJEST, and are available for viewing on IJEST.org for free.

You can reach Paul by email at: [email protected].

Here are some of Paul Tardner’s most widely read research papers:

  1. Tardner, P. 2020. The use of citicoline for the treatment of cognitive decline and cognitive impairment: A meta-analysis of pharmacological literature. International Journal of Environmental Science & Technology, (online). – Full article.
  2. Tardner, P. 2020. Efficacy of Bacopa monnieri in the stimulation of dendrite branching and its relation to memory enhancement. International Journal of Environmental Science & Technology, (online). – Full article.
  3. Tardner, P. 2020. The effects of phosphatidylserine supplementation on memory function in older people: A review of clinical literature. International Journal of Environmental Science & Technology, (online). – Full article.
  4. Tardner, P. 2020. Can Citicoline cause depression?: A review of the clinical literature. International Journal of Environmental Science & Technology, (online). – Full article.