Our technology is a non-invasive device to decrease the symptoms of Parkinson patients, such as tremors, slow down and immobility. It shows similar effects of a device that require a difficult brain surgery used for advanced patients and going to replace it. It will also offer an additional treatment option for less advanced patients.
Large market potential. It will replace deep brain stimulation devices used in advanced Parkinson patients and may be also used for patients in less advanced stages as it offers a non-invasive solution. There are 1 million Parkinson patients in the US, and 50,000 new patients are diagnosed each year. As of 2009, over 35,000 patients went under brain surgery to implant deep brain stimulation devices.
• Fellowship, 2006, Harvard Medical School
• Fellowship, 2006, Stanford University, School of Medicine
• PhD., 2005, Marmara University, School of Medicine
• MD, 2001, Uludag University, School of Medicine
• PhD., 1997, Georgia Technology Institute, Electrical and Computer Engineering
• PhD., 2014, Texas Tech University, Mechanical Engineering
We are considering start-up option and looking for equity investors. The technology can be considered for sale or out-licensing as well.
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