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Braingaze Raises 1.5 Million to Develop Cognitive Health Solutions

Braingaze, a digital cognitive health spin-off of the University of Barcelona, successfully closed an investment round, raising €1.5 million. Led by Ryse Asset Management, the funds will be used to accelerate clinical and business development for therapeutic and diagnostic solutions addressing neurodegenerative diseases and cognitive disorders.




Braingaze meets its funding aspirations. The spin off of the University of Barcelona (UB) specialized in digital cognitive health has closed an investment round in which it has raised 1.5 million euros. The round was led by Ryse Asset Management along with Orbit Startups and Artesian .

With this money, the Catalan company Braingaze wants to accelerate the clinical and business development of the therapeutic and diagnostic solutions in its portfolio to treat neurodegenerative diseases and cognitive disorders such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Alzheimer’s or spectrum disorder. autistic​

Braingaze bases its business model on patented biomarkers of microeye movements, casual video games and deep learning algorithms in artificial intelligence (AI).

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Braingaze culminates twenty years of research by commercializing patented technology

This company’s solutions in the field of ADHD diagnosis have been used in medical centers in Madrid and Barcelona. Among Braingaze portfolio, the video game BGaze Therapy stands out, whose use as a therapeutic tool in clinics yields significant results among patients suffering from cognitive disorders such as the one mentioned.

Braingaze culminates two decades of research at the UB on cognitive attention brain circuits connected to the visual sensory system. Currently, this company has offices in Barcelona and London .

Ryse Asset Management is a manager specialized in the health and technology sector created in 2015 and based in the United Kingdom. In all her years of activity, she has worked with DigitalHealth.London, the most important health technology accelerator in Europe, Novartis or Medtronic .

Orbit Startups is a manager specialized in scaling innovative start-ups in emerging markets in Southeast and South Asia, the Middle East, Africa and America. Among its investment portfolio stands out VideoVerse, technological partner of the Olympic Games and the Premiere League , Elsa Speak, also beneficiary of investments from Google Gradient, or MarketForce, Africa’s main retail distribution system.


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