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July 25, 2019

Neurametrix aims to expand Alzheimer’s typing test in Pacific region

Pharmaphorum

US medical device firm Neurametrix has struck an agreement with N-Strategy Consulting Services (NSCS) to invest in a test for neurological diseases based around typing cadence in the Asia-Pacific region...

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April 15, 2019

NeuraMetrix Can Detect and Monitor Brain Diseases Through Typing Cadence

PM 360 Magazine

Doctors and scientists have long struggled to detect and monitor neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, but NeuraMetrix has made a breakthrough with its ability to measure brain health using a digital bio-marker based on inconsistency of typing cadence...

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February 5, 2019

Now the computer can make a diagnosis

Dagens Industri

Who do you trust the most, a doctor or an algorithm? The wave of companies who challenge the traditional care industry hope that with artificial intelligence can help make a diagnosis earlier and better. Some of them include: Google, Apple and Amazon. Jan Samzelius graduated from the Stockholm School of Economics and Harvard Business School in the US and has never taken part of a medical education or worked in the pharmaceutical industry. Yet today he works with a technology which could revolutionize how diseases such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's are detected in humans....

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January 10, 2019

An idea gaining traction: Can measuring typing cadence help monitor and treat Parkinson’s Disease?

SharpBrains

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted Breakthrough Device designation to the NeuraMetrix brain health monitoring solution. The designation is granted for devices “that provide more effective treatment or diagnosis of life-threatening or irreversibly debilitating human disease or conditions”...

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September 01, 2018

Your Keyboard is Listening

Harvard Business School Alumni Bulletin

For his latest venture, serial entrepreneur Jan Samzelius (MBA 1979) set out to eliminate one of the biggest annoyances of the digital era: hard-to-remember passwords. But along the way, the data security expert stumbled on a tool with the potential to change how doctors diagnose and treat neurological diseases such as Parkinson’s, Huntington’s, and Alzheimer’s.

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April 23, 2018

Tech Watches You for Digital Symptoms of Brain Disorders

IEEE Spectrum

Seeing an opportunity, a number of startups have devised quantitative methods to diagnose diseases or assess mental health while patients complete routine activities, like talking on a smartphone, typing on a keyboard, or scrolling through a website. Here are three companies that say they can lift the “fingerprints” of mental disorders from people’s mundane behaviors...

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January 09, 2018

Jan Samzelius, CEO of Brainnovations Winner NeuraMetrix, encourages pioneers to focus on “simple, elegant solutions to big problems”

SharpBrains

Even with only a brief presentation the judges immediately got the potential impact of our technology to measure and monitor brain health and began to think about other applications for us – several we had not thought about. That was fun...

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December 06, 2017

Firms Race to Find New Ways to Scan Brain Health

WebMD

How consistently you type on a keyboard and the way you use your smartphone may one day tell your doctor -- or someone else, like your employer -- if your brain is ailing...

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