Austin Flohrschutz is the Director of Science for TruPotency. He holds a Masters of Science degree in Neuroscience from the University of Arizona, and a BS in Behavioral Neuroscience from the University of Kansas. Austin has worked in a broad variety of research laboratories – social psychology, cognitive neuroscience, and medicinal chemistry while at Kansas. In medicinal chemistry Austin focused on extracting biologically active compounds from plants (salvia divinorum), which were then purified and used to synthesize new potential drugs to treat pain without addictive properties. While in graduate school Austin worked in a neuropharmacology lab focused on pain, opioids, addiction, and cannabinoids.
At TruPotency, Austin is responsible for all aspects of our product testing and vetting process as well as being the primary liaison with the TruPotency Science Advisory Board.