WVXU: Local Company’s Brain Scanner Can Quickly Detect Damage, Which Could Help The Military And Beyond
More than 400,000 military personnel have suffered at least one traumatic brain injury in the last two decades. Long-term consequences for patients may have been better if doctors could more quickly have diagnosed the situation and treated it.
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.
Sense Co-Founder and CTO George Shaw, MD, PhD, presents promising new data at SAEM 2021 Virtual Meeting
Sense Neuro Diagnostics CTO and medical co-founder George Shaw MD, PhD presented promising new data about Sense's non-invasive triage technology at the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine's 2021 Virtual Annual Meeting.
One of Greater Cincinnati’s most promising startups has announced a new strategic collaboration with a relatively new San Francisco Bay organization that bills itself as an innovation and investment hub.
Sense Neuro Diagnostics, a medical technology company focused on improving outcomes for stroke and brain injury patients, today announced a strategic collaboration with Inflect Health, the new nationwide, multispecialty investment and innovation hub formed by Vituity.
"The fact that we can differentiate between all three stroke subtypes makes us stronger than our competition," Sense Neuro Diagnostics CEO Geoff Klass recently told reporter Liz Engel of CincyInno. "We feel very comfortable with our position. When it comes to in-hospital monitoring, we’re the only company developing a product to handle that."