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Adam Gordon leads a team of research scientists and instructional experts who build educational apps that make hard subjects easier to learn. He has extensive experience in educational technology product development and classroom research. SoberSloth is the latest app supported by Phase I and II grants from the NIH, and helps adolescents and young adults struggling with substance abuse disorders better understand the neurobiology of addiction and recovery. Previously, Adam was Principal Investigator for a Phase I and II NSF SBIR that supported development of a game-based biology app, CellEnergy, and directed commercialization efforts for a collaborative neuroscience game funded with NIH SEPA grants, iNeuron.