NeuroTargeting's database collects neurological data from around the world: 7 insights


Nashville, Tenn.-based Vanderbilt University researchers created the company, NeuroTargeting, which offers a database for fighting neurological disorders, according to The Tennessean.

Here are seven insights:


1. In 2007, engineers Pierre-Francois D'Haese, PhD, and Benoit Dawant, PhD, joined forces with neurosurgeon Peter Konrad, MD, PhD, to create NeuroTargeting.


2. At first, the company established brain geomapping software. Now, with a decade's worth of data, they are focusing on the neurological database.


3. NeuroTargeting's CranialCloud offers physicians access to a patient population beyond their walls, connecting centers around the word.


4. Patients may also access CranialCloud to achieve a better understanding of their conditions and be more immersed in their treatment options.


5. NeuroTargeting received a National Institutes of Health Small Business Technology Transfer grant of $700,000.


6. The company has partnerships with Winston-Salem, N.C.-based Wake Forest University, University of California San Francisco, Columbus-based Ohio State University and the Richmond, Va.-based VA Medical Center.


7. NeuroTargeting also entered into contracts with Medtronic and FHC.


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