NEWS | Aug 2, 2021
Sense Neuro Diagnostics, founded in 2014 by four University of Cincinnati physicians, said the $2.43 million, 18-month award from the U.S. Department of Defense will accelerate development of a new rapid, noninvasive brain scanner that can detect and continuously monitor traumatic brain injury in a battlefield or field environment.
TBI, for short, is a signature wound of recent wars. There have been roughly 420,000 documented incidents of service members sustaining at least one TBI in the last two decades. But there is currently no objective tool for diagnosing and monitoring TBI and brain hemorrhage, the company said.
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