Scott Anderson is the CCO (Chief Clinical Officer) of SyncThink, a company founded by neurosurgeon Dr. Jamshid Ghajar, that produces the EYE-SYNC device - a technology that uses eye-tracking and virtual reality to diagnose fatigue and brain impairments. It’s currently in use by 3 NBA Teams, the Pac-12 Athletic Conference of the NCAA, and 2 Children’s hospitals. Scott was on Stanford University’s Sports Medicine Program for 10 years, worked with Dr. Jamshid Ghajar on a collaborative study on head injuries, and is also an internationally recognized speaker on head injury management. As well as CCO of SyncThink, he currently serves as a consultant to the NFL and was previously the Chair of the Pac-12 Sports Medicine Committee.
Athlete advisors to SyncThink include: Taylor Twellman (former US national soccer team and current ESPN analyst), Coby Fleener (NFL tight end), and Steve Young (NFL Hall of Fame quarterback).