Brainbox, a leading Contract Research Organization (CRO) with decades of technical and academic expertise, finds Brain Scientific’s NeuroCap perfect for its applications
LAKEWOOD RANCH, Fla., Feb. 06, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via InvestorWire –– Brain Scientific (OTCQB:BRSF), a Florida-based applied science technology company, announced today that Brainbox, a leading CRO with decades of expertise, fully tested Brain Scientific’s NeuroCap and will integrate them into their client solutions.
“”We tested Brain Scientific’s NeuroCaps and determined that they perform extremely well,” said Andrew Thomas, Brainbox’s Managing Director and Co-Founder. “We are definitely going to use these in our sports medicine and pharmaceutical CRO solutions.”
Brainbox brings together decades of technical and academic expertise to provide a wide range of customizable solutions, together with expert hands-on training to satisfy even the most demanding of non-invasive brain stimulation research studies. Brainbox enables the very best neuroscience research with tailored and integrated non-invasive brain stimulation and brain imaging solutions.
“We’re excited to see the results of Brainbox’s testing of our game changing NeuroCap,” said Hassan Kotob, CEO of Brain Scientific. “Their deep technical and academic expertise is highly respected and well-known and validates that the NeuroCap is a modern and innovative solution to further important research in sports medicine and pharmaceuticals.”
About Brain Scientific
Brain Scientific Inc. (brainscientific.com) is an applied sciences technology company with multiple patents and FDA-cleared products. Brain Scientific is committed to developing next-gen solutions that advance the future of medical and OEM devices. Brain Scientific has two product lines covering neurology and precision motion. The NeuroCap™ and NeuroEEG™ are smart neurological diagnostic devices that simplify administration, shorten scan time, and cut costs. The Piezo Motion product line consists of ultra-efficient compact precision motors that will drive the next generation of OEM devices. To learn more about Brain Scientific’s corporate strategy, products, or investor relations, please visit brainscientific.com.
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