David Quesada Saliba, Ph.D. is a full time faculty in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, where he serves as an Associate Professor - Computational Neuroscientist.
In 1990, Dr. Quesada-Saliba earned his B.S. and MSc in Physics and Mathematics from Moscow State University in Russia. His Ph.D. in Physics was awarded by University of Havana, Cuba in 2000. Previously, he was the Chairperson of the Department of Mathematics at Miami Dade College as well as a professor of Physics at the School of Science, Technology and Engineering Management at St. Thomas University, Miami.
Dr. Quesada-Saliba’s research scope covers mathematical modeling and computational physics applications in areas of both, quantum condensed matter physics and biophysics. From 20212-2016, he helped to secure $1,373,000 in funding. He has been published 36 times in reputable peer reviewed journals and presented over 4 dozen times in the last 10 years at conferences and workshops.