Dr. Marcie Zinn is a Director of Center for Community Research in DePaul University, USA. Dr. Zinn received her BS and MS in Psychology from Illinois State University and two Ph.D. from Illinois Institute of Technology in Clinical Psychology and Rehabilitation (Health) psychology. From 2009-2014 she was research consultant in cognitive neuroscience of infectious diseases at the Stanford Department of Infectious Diseases and Geographic Medicine, directing the neuroimaging and neuroscience lab to explore human performance in individuals with diagnosed medical conditions which produce neural impairment. She currently (since 2014) directs the Electrical Neuroimaging Lab at the Center for Community Research at DePaul University, Chicago. Dr. Zinn research interests include rare diseases, seeking to understand the role of the cortex in the etiology of medical diseases, especially Myalgic Encephalomyelitis.