The only brain-machine interface with ultra-high resolution recording and advanced steering stimulation for brain disorders.
We are scientists, doctors, techies and humanity lovers, with the mission of building neuroelectronic interfaces to cure brain disorders.
We use GRAPHENE, the thinnest material known to man to build the new generation of neural interfaces for brain restoration to help patients around the world.
Graphene is the next big thing in bioengineering materials, which are pillar components to the next gen of electrotherapies in the steadily growing field of neuromodulation
Prof. A. Fasano
Co-Director of the Surgical Program for Movement Disorders
Toronto University Hospital
WHY NOW? WHAT IS THE CHALLENGE?
With more than 35% of the population afflicted, the cost of brain disorders is about 800 billion euros/year in each of Europe and the USA. The cost of drugs is about 20% of this financial burden, with some of their side effects delivering additional cost*.
Bioelectrical implants could be the faster, safer and side-effect free alternative to conventional medicines. The existing brain interfaces are all metal-based, with considerable restrictions for miniaturization and signal resolution, therefore limiting their therapeutic effect.
*Lancet Neurol 2019; 18: 459 80
INBRAIN NEUROELECTRONICS BRINGS A DISRUPTIVE CONTRIBUTION
TO BRAIN MODULATION
We are developing the next generation of neuroelectronic therapies powered by machine learning. Our graphene-brain interfaces have the capability of reading at a resolution never seen before, as well as detecting therapy-specific biomarkers and triggering highly focal adaptive neuromodula-
tion for increased outcomes in personalised neurological therapies.
INBRAIN TECHNOLOGY PILLARS
TOWARDS BETTER AND NEW THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS
A less invasive and wireless powered brain interface with ultra-high signal resolution
TOWARDS NO SIDE EFFECTS
Thinnest known material to perfectly adapt stimulation to targeted brain anatomy
TOWARDS A SMARTER THERAPY
Adaptive closed loop for therapy personalization