One of the world’s pioneers in consumer neuroscience, Board Member of Neuromarketing Science and Business Association, an organization to integrate neuroscientists and practitioners from 34+ countries worldwide. He is a professor of psychology, expert in emotions, communication and brain research. In 1995-1996 he held the Fulbright Scholarship at Kellogg School of Management where he cooperated with David Messick. Messick’s research interests in the ethical and social aspects of decision making and information processing; he has authored more than 150 articles and chapters, and he has received numerous honors and awards. In 1996-2002 as a post-doctor, Ohme visited Department of Psychology at Stanford University where he cooperated with Robert Zajonc -a social psychologist who is known for his decades of work on a wide range of social and cognitive processes. He teaches in Poland at University of Social Sciences and Humanities, is a visiting professor at Renmin Univeristy in Beijing, China. Member of major marketing, psychological and neuroscientific associations, he publishes in top scientific journals. He wrote New Mind of Consumer (in press), Unconscious Affect (2007), Subliminal Facial Information (2003), and trilogy Automaticity (2001, 2003, 2003).