Walter Greenleaf is a neuroscientist and medical technology developer at Stanford University.
He has more than three decades of research and development experience and is considered a leading expert in digital medicine and virtual reality technology in medicine. Walter is currently developing computer-assisted clinical products with a special focus on using virtual reality and digital health technologies to address difficult behavioral and physical medicine issues such as post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety disorders, depression, traumatic brain injury and stroke, addiction. and autism spectrum disorders. Over the past 35 years, Walter has designed and developed a number of clinical systems, including products in the areas of: surgical simulation, 3D medical visualization, telerehabilitation, clinical informatics, clinical decision support, on-site clinical data collection, ergonomic evaluation technology, psychophysiological evaluation and rehabilitation technology. supporting simulation as well as digital eHealth products for behavioral medicine.