Dark Horse Project
Ogi Ogas received his PhD in computational neuroscience from Boston University, where he conducted research on mathematical models of learning, memory, and vision. He was also a Department of Homeland Security Fellow and conducted biodefense research at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. Ogas is the co-author of A Billion Wicked Thoughts, which combined computational neuroscience and evolutionary psychology methodologies with animal studies, clinical findings, and the largest data set on human sexual behavior ever assembled. He also co-authored Shrinks: The Untold Story of Psychiatry with American Psychiatric Association president Jeffrey Lieberman, and collaborated with Todd Rose on The End of Average. Dr. Ogas is currently the co-investigator and project head for the Dark Horse Project.