Gregory Youdan works at the intersection of science, health and advocacy. He is currently a visiting research scholar at Brown University, USA. As a dancer, Greg toured domestically and internationally with the NY Baroque Dance Company, Sokolow Theatre/Dance, and Heidi Latsky Dance, where he now serves as a board member. He serves as co-chair for the research committee of the National Organization for Arts in Health (NOAH). He is a Westheimer Fellow and teaching artist through Mark Morris Dance Group’s Dance for PD® program. He serves on the strategic planning committee and development committee for the International Association for Dance Medicine and Science. He is also a member of the Latinx Dance Educators Alliance. Greg regularly guest lectures at several universities, including Columbia University, New York University, and the University of Rochester. He has presented scientific research at various academic conferences including the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, and the International Society for Posture and Gait Research, as well as published in academic journals. Greg is a graduate of the dance program at Hofstra University and holds dual masters degrees in Motor Learning and Applied Statistics from Teachers College, Columbia University.