VoxNeuro is excited to announce that the company will receive up to CA$249,000 in research and development funding from the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC IRAP). Obtaining NRC IRAP funding not only serves as recognition for VoxNeuro’s focus on innovation, but will serve as a catalyst for the company’s continued growth and success.
CEO, James Connolly is quick to praise the Canadian Government’s support of technology companies and innovators. “Canada has a remarkably rich history in technological innovation that continues to have a global impact. The Canadian government’s dedication to supporting domestic companies expanding on the global stage through initiatives such as NRC IRAP is exceptional and being part of this ecosystem is a thrill.” COO, Kimberly Elliott adds, “We are very pleased to receive this funding, which will be used to create scalable infrastructure for our existing assessment system, create jobs, and accelerate our ability to make a significant impact on how all brain injuries, including concussions, are managed across Canada and the world.”
VoxNeuro is a Hamilton-based biotechnology start-up that is commercializing the world’s first objective Cognitive Health Assessments™ – EEG based neuroimaging – for acquired brain injuries, including concussions, that steps beyond diagnosis by identifying specific areas of brain function that have been impacted by an injury. VoxNeuro’s patient reports empower clinicians to make informed decisions, accelerate, and track rehabilitation with unprecedented precision.
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