BrainWaveBank allows anyone to measure and track their cognitive health at home, taking just a few minutes everyday. This low cost approach will help transform our understanding of brain health and cognitive illness so that people can live longer, healthier, more connected lives.
Measure your cognitive wellness in just a few minutes a day.
Life-log your performance over time and see trends.
See how activity, diet and sleep affect your performance.
Use insights to adjust your lifestyle and optimise cognitive fitness.
"Transforming the monitoring, diagnosis, and treatment of cognitive health"
Daily brain health is measured using a wireless headset, while playing mobile games for a few minutes a day. We use machine learning and brain-reading technologies to build a detailed record over time of personal cognitive health, providing insights and advice to the user on how their individual lifestyle factors affect their performance.
Our platform can securely gather, store and analyse data from many thousands of users, building cognitive profiles of individuals and populations / demographic groups, and this data can support clinical trials and the development of new therapies and diagnostics.
Ronan has more than 20 years of experience in the development of innovative hardware and software. His roles have included Director of Business Development and Director of New Technology Development and he was a founding member of ATA Engineering, an award-winning San Diego-based engineering company that develops advanced technologies for the aerospace and defence industries. His expertise is in early stage technology development, innovation strategy, and technology commercialisation. He is an Entrepreneur-in-Residence with the Northern Ireland Science Park and holds an MS in Aeronautics and Astronautics from MIT.
Brian is a computational neuroscientist who is an expert in brain-reading technology, using machine learning methods to decode cognitive states from recordings of brain activity and other data. Currently an assistant professor in Data Science at Queen's University Belfast, he was previously a researcher at Carnegie Mellon University’s Department of Machine learning, the world’s leading lab for applying machine learning to brain activity, and at the Centre for Mind/Brain Sciences, University of Trento, Italy, one of Europe’s leading cognitive neuroscience centres. He has a Ph.D. in Cognitive Science from Trinity College Dublin and prior to academia, worked in and co-founded web startups in Germany and China.
Tim has 20 years’ experience in commercial biomarker discovery, diagnostic and
companion diagnostic medical device development. He was previously the VP of
Bioinformatics and Biostatistics at Almac Diagnostics, and Associate
Director of in silico Immunology at Johnson & Johnson.
Timothy received his Bachelor of Applied Mathematics from the University of
Waterloo and Ph.D. in Medical Biophysics from the University of Toronto. He
spent 2 years as a post-doctoral research scientist, joint appointed to the
Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Department of Empirical
Inference for Machine Learning and Perception, and the Institute for
Developmental Biology, Department of Molecular Biology.
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