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Oculogica Publishes 5-Site Study on its FDA Cleared Concussion Diagnostic

Oculogica Inc. announces publication of the initial 5-site study performed to obtain FDA Marketing Authorization for its EyeBOX technology as an aid in the diagnosis of concussion.  EyeBOX uses eye tracking to assess pupil size and position to determine whether a person has sustained damage to brain regions that control those functions. 

Without Updated Tools, N.F.L. Is Still Finding Concussions Too
Late

Oculogica Founder Dr. Uzma Samadani is featured in a story Elena Bergeron at the NY Times. Clickhere to read the full article. Concussions can cause much subtler symptoms, including headaches, sluggishnessand difficulty sleeping, some of which are not present immediately after a trauma.The absence of obvious symptoms makes the type of instant diagnosis that is …

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Sisters Get Concussion Diagnostic Funded, FDA Approved, And Reimbursed

CEO Rosina Samadani is featured in a story by Geri Stengel at Forbes. Click here to read the full article. Two sisters teamed up to develop and bring to market an EyeBOX—the firstobjective diagnostic for concussions. The algorithm-based test takes less than fourminutes, is non-invasive, and can be used with children and adults. Oculogica’sEyeBOX moves beyond …

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The Green Bay Packers are the only N.F.L. team whose fans can buy an ownership stake

Oculogica is featured in a story by Ken Belson at the New York Times. Click here to read. Among the offices facing Lambeau Field are those of some of the nearly two dozen tech start-ups in which the team has invested. The Packers and Microsoft each contributed $5 million to a $25 million fund to incubate emerging …

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Oculogica Promotes Justin Johnson as Vice President of Commercial Development

Oculogica, a leader in concussion diagnostics, announces that Justin Johnson has been promoted to the role of Vice President of Commercial Development. Justin has an impressive background in business development and sales management spanning 20 years. Highlighted by various roles at organizations such as Smith & Nephew, Biomet Orthopaedics, and Millennium Medical Technologies, where his …

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Oculogica Partners with St. Paul-based Minnetronix Medical

March 8, 2022 — Oculogica and Minnetronix announce a partnership to manufacture EyeBOX. Parents with children in sports often worry about concussions. It’s an anxiety that we are allaying with technology. The EyeBOX can help diagnose a possible concussion in less than four minutes — 220 seconds, to be precise. Rather than trusting a patient’s …

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Oculogica Announces Launch of New EyeBOX® Device

The EyeBOX is the First FDA-cleared Objective Test for Concussion March 1, 2022 — Oculogica, a leader in concussion diagnostics, today announced  launch of the new EyeBOX device following FDA clearance earlier this year. The latest EyeBOX is lightweight, battery-operated, and small enough to fit in a backpack, making it easy to use in both clinical and …

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Oculogica Welcomes David Lorek as Senior Software Engineer

Oculogica, a leader in concussion diagnostics, today announced that David Lorek has joined the company as Senior Software Engineer.   David has over 25 years of experience in software design and developing systems in public safety, pre-clinical and clinical industries creating scalable, user-friendly solutions.  Prior to joining Oculogica, David worked in large and small companies in private …

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West High students learn latest concussion technology

West High School upperclassmen got a first-hand look at some brand new concussion technology. KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) – West High School upperclassmen got a first-hand look at some brand new concussion technology. The technology isn’t new, but using it to treat concussions is. Students met with Dr. Todd Abel, of the Neurologic Performance Group. “We don’t want …

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