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Allied : Signs Letter of Intent with Evoke Neurosciences to Partner on the Analysis and Treatment of PTSD Patients

Allied Corp. (OTC Pink: ALID) (“Allied”), an international medical cannabis production company...
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Allied Corp. (OTC Pink: ALID) (“Allied”), an international medical cannabis production company focused on creating and providing targeted cannabinoid health solutions, is pleased to announce its signing of a Letter Of Intent (“the LOI”) with Evoke Neurosciences (“Evoke”). Evoke’s eVox System generates an objective and automated report for clinicians and researchers to use as a baseline and to aid diagnosis and facilitate treatment planning for patients living with PTSD. Under the LOI, Allied would employ Evoke’s eVox System to assess the function of the Central and Autonomic Nervous System via EEG, ECG, and Event-Related Potentials (ERPs).

This data is collected via an easy-to-use, FDA-cleared, class 2 medical device that acquires patient data non-invasively in a clinical setting. With the eVox System, clinicians can establish a baseline of the patient’s brain function, monitor treatment effects and measure changes in brain function. Additionally, clinicians who use the eVox System have found that the objective data facilitates a greater buy-in from patients that can lead to increased patient adherence.

This mutually beneficial partnership between Allied and Evoke would be characterized by the following:

Evoke could support Allied’s existing and planned clinical trials by providing pre- and post- treatment measurements of patients’ cognitive functions. The eVox system could be readily deployed for these efforts and Evoke would be able to train staff on how to operate the device to collect data. The eVox System reports would be automatically generated and be accessible via a web portal. Depending on the study objectives, Evoke could develop a custom report. Allied Corp. would publish the results of the clinical trial to further substantiate the utility of EEG, ERPs, and ECG as vital measures (biomarkers).
Allied would develop a commercial package that pairs its therapy products with a pre- and post- treatment eVox assessment. This would help Allied differentiate its products to a clinician target market.
Allied and Evoke could work together to expand their existing marketing efforts with respect to Veterans, PTSD patients and new markets (e.g. Pain management). Evoke has the capability to provide objective measures of PTSD and chronic pain that could be customized for the specific application.
“We are extremely excited to partner with Evoke,” said Calum Hughes, CEO of Allied Corp. “This partnership not only facilitates a greater understanding of PTSD, but it also accelerates the path to treatment for veterans and first responders. We believe that by utilizing the eVox technology, we would accumulate essential data that will aid in further developing a better therapeutic solution.”

About Evoke Neuroscience:
Evoke Neuroscience (www.evokeneuroscience.com) was formed in 2009 with the mission to improve diagnosis and treatment of cognitive disorders with objective, clinically meaningful and easy-to-use products. Primary and specialty care physicians can use eVox® to acquire objective and stable biomarkers of brain function in-office via a non-invasive procedure, in order to aid in the diagnosis of cognitive and mental disorders. Doctors should use their professional judgment in determining when the eVox® System is appropriate to aid in diagnosis.

Evoke Neuroscience takes on TBI, PTSD with the US Air Force

NEW YORK CITY, NY, USA, September 10, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Evoke Neuroscience has been awarded...
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NEW YORK CITY, NY, USA, September 10, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Evoke Neuroscience has been awarded a working contract by the United States Air Force (USAF) for its diagnostic device, the eVox® System.

The contract is part of the USAF Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I program that provides the framework for a fully integrated solution with Air Force constituents.

Timely diagnosis of military personnel with mTBI, stress-related conditions, PTSD, and related memory loss or cognitive symptoms is critical and brain-based biomarkers can help. The eVox® System is a medical device that acquires computational EEG/ERP biomarkers to provide automated, objective, and non-invasive measurements of brain function to aid in diagnosis. The contract award enables the Air Force to acquire and evaluate eVox specifically for use cases with USAF stakeholders.

Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) and AFWERX have partnered to streamline the SBIR process in an attempt to speed up the experience, broaden the pool of potential applicants, and decrease bureaucratic overhead. Beginning in SBIR 18.2, and now in 19.2, the Air Force has begun offering ‘Special’ SBIR topics that are faster, leaner and open to a broader range of innovations.

“For the last 5 years, eVox has been used to support the mental health and medical care of U.S. Military personnel,” explains Marinela Gombosev, Evoke Neuroscience CEO. “Through this AFWERX SBIR Phase I contract award, we look forward to expanding access to objective biomarkers of brain function to Air Force service members who are deserving of the best available tools and medical care.”

At the conclusion of Phase I, Evoke will present a plan to deploy its technology -identifying USAF opportunities with the most critical need and highest potential benefit -for a subsequent AFWERX SBIR Phase II contract award.

This contract award expands upon Evoke Neuroscience’s government contract portfolio which includes a Veterans Health Administration Contract for the eVox® System (#36F79718D0348), that enables the VA and other federal organizations to purchase the eVox System at pre-approved pricing via the Veterans Administration’s FSS Contract, via GSA Advantage, or GSA eBUY.

About Evoke Neuroscience:
Evoke Neuroscience (www.evokeneuroscience.com) was formed in 2009 with the mission to improve diagnosis and treatment of cognitive disorders with objective, clinically meaningful and easy-to-use products. Primary and specialty care physicians can use eVox® to acquire objective and stable biomarkers of brain function in-office via a non-invasive procedure, in order to aid in the diagnosis of cognitive and mental disorders. Doctors should use their professional judgment in determining when the eVox® System is appropriate to aid in diagnosis.

Evoke Neuroscience to Present at ROTH Capital Conference

Evoke Neuroscience announces it has been selected to present to the attendees of this year’s ROTH Capital...
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Evoke Neuroscience announces it has been selected to present to the attendees of this year’s ROTH Capital Conference on March 18 in Orange County, California.

Evoke will present its eVox® System, the FDA-cleared device that aids physicians in the diagnosis of memory loss and other cognitive disorders, to a diverse group of clinicians, investors, and healthcare industry professionals.

Evoke has been recognized for its work to accelerate the eradication of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. The eVox System offers doctors the opportunity to implement early interventions to reduce risk of cognitive impairment, Alzheimer’s, and other dementias by aiding doctors in diagnosis of memory loss and other cognitive disorders.

Marinela Gombosev, Chief Executive Officer at Evoke Neuroscience stated, “The eVox System performs a quick, low-cost, and reimbursable procedure to measure brain health and aid in diagnosis. This means an objective evaluation of brain function – once the exclusive domain of a neurologist – is possible in a primary care setting.” And, she explains, “Our technology has the potential to change the standard of care from a cognitive questionnaire to a rapid, objective measurement of brain function – much like a blood pressure cuff is used to measure the heart.”

Historically, most providers have relied on self-report questionnaires and effort-based computerized testing for determining a diagnosis. But to understand the cause of memory loss, it is important to measure key biomarkers of the brain itself. Primary and specialty care physicians can use eVox to acquire these biomarkers, in-office, via a non-invasive procedure performed with minimal staff training and time. Doctors should use their professional judgment in determining when the eVox System is appropriate to aid in diagnosis. 

Evoke boasts an impressive portfolio, including an FDA cleared diagnostic device, a Veterans Health Administration FSS contract, well-established insurance reimbursement coding (5 CPT codes), a recently renewed Premier Group Purchase Organization contract, 12 patents awarded (9 Utility, 3 Design), delivery of over 400 eVox Systems to market, and ownership of nearly 50,000 patient brain scans to be used for training AI models.

Marinela Gombosev will present on behalf of Evoke Neuroscience at the ROTH Capital Conference on: Mon, Mar 18 at 9:20-9:40 AM

About ROTH Capital Conference
The 31st ROTH Conference is scheduled for March 17-19, 2019 at the Ritz Carlton, Laguna Niguel, in Orange County, CA. With close to 550 participating companies and over 4,700 attendees, the conference will feature presentations from public and private companies in a variety of sectors. Hosted by ROTH Capital Partners, an investment banking firm dedicated to the small-cap public market, the ROTH Conference has been ranked in the top 100 events in the U.S. for 5 consecutive years.

About Evoke Neuroscience:
Evoke Neuroscience (www.evokeneuroscience.com) was formed in 2009 with the mission to improve diagnosis and treatment of cognitive disorders with objective, clinically meaningful and easy-to-use products. Physicians use the eVox® System to acquire objective and stable biomarkers that may aid in the diagnosis of cognitive diseases such as dementia. Evoke was named one of the INC. 500/5000 fastest growing companies two years in a row.

Evoke Neuroscience awarded People’s Choice Award at OCTANe’s Medical Technology Innovation Forum

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, November 8, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ – Evoke Neuroscience won the popular vote...
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NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, November 8, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ – Evoke Neuroscience won the popular vote by attendees and took home the People’s Choice Award at OCTANe’s 13th Annual Medical Technology Innovation Forum. Recognized for its bold vision of eradicating dementia, Evoke Neuroscience was one of 8 companies selected out of 113 who applied to present via the OCTANe LaunchPad program.

Evoke presented its eVox® System, which aids physicians in the diagnosis of memory loss and other cognitive disorders, to a diverse audience of clinicians, investors, and healthcare industry professionals.

“To date, our eVox System has been used to measure the brain health of over 45,000 patients in primary care clinics and specialty practice settings in the United States.” said Marinela Gombosev, Chief Executive Officer at Evoke Neuroscience. “Our eVox platform helps physicians detect and diagnose memory loss sooner, which means more time for a successful intervention.”

Historically, most providers have relied on self-report questionnaires and effort-based computerized testing for determining a diagnosis. But to understand cognitive health, and more specifically memory, it is important to measure key biomarkers of the brain itself. The eVox® System delivers objective and stable biomarkers that may aid in the diagnosis of cognitive diseases such as dementia.

Primary and specialty care physicians can use eVox® to acquire these biomarkers, in-office, via a non-invasive procedure performed with minimal staff training and time. Doctors should use their professional judgment in determining when the eVox System is appropriate to aid in diagnosis.

About Medical Technology Innovation Forum:
OCTANe’s Medical Technology Innovation Forum (MTIF) is the largest conference in Southern California focused on high-growth medical technology innovation and investment. The collaboration of OCTANe, LaunchPadTM, and the Orange County/Inland Empire SBDC Network has enabled hundreds of life science technology, information technology, sports technology, and clean technology companies to get started and grow. Since 2008, LaunchPad SBDC companies have obtained $1.4 billion of investment capital infusion.

About Evoke Neuroscience:
Evoke Neuroscience (www.evokeneuroscience.com) was formed in 2009 with the mission to improve diagnosis and treatment of cognitive disorders with objective, clinically meaningful and easy-to-use products. Physicians use the eVox® System to acquire objective and stable biomarkers that may aid in the diagnosis of cognitive diseases such as dementia. Evoke was named one of the INC. 500/5000 fastest growing companies two years in a row.

Evoke Neuroscience to present at OCTANe's 13th Annual Medical Technology Innovation Forum

NEW YORK, NY, USA, October 11, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ – Evoke Neuroscience announces it has been selected...
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NEW YORK, NY, USA, October 11, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ – Evoke Neuroscience announces it has been selected to present to the attendees of this year’s Medical Technology Innovation Forum on October 29th in Newport Beach, California.

Evoke will present its eVox System, which aids physicians in the diagnosis of memory loss and other cognitive disorders, to a diverse group of clinicians, investors and healthcare industry professionals.

Evoke has assembled an executive team of industry veterans and innovators to lead the research, development and commercialization of its next-generation technology.

As of October 4th, 2018, Marinela Gombosev has been promoted to the position of Chief Executive Officer, bringing expertise in medical device operations, product development, marketing and commercialization. Marinela has been EVP of Operations and Marketing at Evoke for four years. Co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer, James Thompson, Ph.D., will continue to ensure that Evoke’s technology is grounded in scientific validity and is maximizing clinical utility for physicians. Peter E. Raymond will lead the company’s next generation research and development as Chief Research and Development Officer. Peter E. Raymond has been named an IBM Global Platinum Entrepreneur for his work in Cognitive Artificial Intelligence (AI), developed the world’s first biometric heart failure simulator, and has been featured by Apple for innovation in healthcare. Co-founder and former Chief Executive Officer, David Hagedorn, Ph.D., will remain on the Evoke Neuroscience Board of Directors.

“To date, our eVox System has been used to measure the brain health of over 45,000 patients in primary care clinics and specialty practice settings in the United States,” said Marinela Gombosev, Chief Executive Officer at Evoke Neuroscience. “Our eVox platform presents a solid foundation for future development to aid doctors in the diagnosis of cognitive diseases such as dementia.”

Historically, most providers have relied on self-report questionnaires and effort-based computerized testing for determining a diagnosis. But to understand cognitive health, and more specifically memory, it is important to measure key biomarkers of the brain itself. The eVox System delivers objective and stable biomarkers that may aid in diagnosis.

Primary and specialty care physicians can use eVox to acquire these biomarkers, in-office, via a non-invasive procedure performed with minimal staff training and time. Doctors should use their professional judgment in determining when the eVox System is appropriate to aid in diagnosis.

About Medical Technology Innovation Forum
OCTANe’s 13th Annual Medical Technology Innovation Forum (MTIF) is the largest conference in Southern California focused on high-growth medical technology innovation and investment. The collaboration of OCTANe, LaunchPadTM, and the Orange County/Inland Empire SBDC Network has enabled hundreds of life science technology, information technology, sports technology, and clean technology companies to get started and grow. Since 2008, LaunchPad SBDC companies have obtained $1.4 billion of investment capital infusion.

About Evoke Neuroscience
Evoke Neuroscience (www.evokeneuroscience.com) was formed in 2009 with the mission to improve diagnosis and treatment of cognitive disorders with objective, clinically meaningful and easy-to-use products. Physicians use the eVox System to acquire objective and stable biomarkers that may aid in the diagnosis of cognitive diseases such as dementia. Evoke was named one of the INC. 500/5000 fastest growing companies two years in a row.

Evoke Neuroscience awarded Breakthrough Technology agreement with Premier

New York, NY, March 29, 2018 – Evoke Neuroscience has been awarded a group purchasing agreement as...
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New York, NY, March 29, 2018 – Evoke Neuroscience has been awarded a group purchasing agreement as a breakthrough technology with Premier. Effective March 1, 2018, the agreement allows Premier members to take advantage of special pricing and terms pre-negotiated by Premier for the eVox® System, the medical device that assesses brain function to aid doctors in the diagnosis of cognitive disorders.

“We are thrilled to be recognized by Premier as a Breakthrough Technology,” said John Armstrong, Executive Vice President of Sales at Evoke Neuroscience. “This Technology Breakthroughs contract recognizes the innovative way that the eVox System aids primary care physicians in their diagnosis of patients with memory loss and other cognitive disorders.”

Historically, most providers have relied on self-report questionnaires and effort-based computerized testing for determining a diagnosis. But to understand cognitive health, and more specifically memory, it is important to measure key biomarkers of the brain itself. The eVox® System fulfills the need for objective memory-related biomarkers that aid in the diagnosis of cognitive diseases such as dementia.

Primary and specialty care physicians can use eVox® to acquire these biomarkers in-house via a non-invasive procedure performed with minimal staff training and time. Doctors should use their professional judgment in determining when the eVox® System is appropriate to aid in diagnosis.

Premier is a leading healthcare improvement company, uniting an alliance of approximately 3,900 U.S. hospitals and 150,000 other providers to transform healthcare. With integrated data and analytics, collaboratives, supply chain solutions, and advisory and other services, Premier enables better care and outcomes at a lower cost.

About Evoke Neuroscience

Evoke Neuroscience (www.evokeneuroscience.com) was formed in 2009 with the mission to improve diagnosis and treatment of cognitive disorders with objective, clinically meaningful and easy-to-use products. Physicians use the eVox® System to assess brain health and aid in the diagnosis of memory loss and other cognitive disorders.

Evoke Neuroscience announces award of VA contract for the eVox® System

Evoke Neuroscience, Inc. is pleased to announce the award of a Veterans Health Administration Contract...
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Evoke Neuroscience, Inc. is pleased to announce the award of a Veterans Health Administration Contract for the eVox® System. The Contract award #36F79718D0348 enables the VA and other federal organizations to purchase the eVox System at pre-approved pricing via the Veterans Administration’s FSS Contract, via GSA Advantage, or GSA eBUY.

The eVox System measures brain health to aid doctors in the diagnosis of cognitive disorders. By measuring brain function directly, physicians can enhance their clinical work-up beyond standard subjective patient questionnaires. eVox provides clinically actionable and objective biomarkers of brain health pertinent to conditions like Alzheimer’s disease, mild cognitive impairment, and other cognitive disorders.

Evoke has a long history in supporting military personnel and veterans with their cognitive health needs.  The company was borne out of work done to treat PTSD and TBI at the Marine Corps Base in Camp Lejeune nearly 10 years ago. “With this FSS contract, we can now deliver our technology to more of those who have served,” explained Evoke Neuroscience CEO David Hagedorn, Ph.D. “We strive to improve the diagnosis and treatment of brain disorders for patients throughout the country – and veterans are among those who need us most. We are exceptionally proud to offer our eVox System to the Veterans Administration Health System and the U.S. Military Health System.”

About Evoke Neuroscience, Inc.

Evoke Neuroscience (www.evokeneuroscience.com) was formed in 2009 with the mission to improve diagnosis and treatment of cognitive disorders with objective, clinically meaningful and easy-to-use products. Physicians use the eVox® System to assess brain health and aid in the diagnosis of memory loss and other cognitive disorders.

The Silicon Review

The Silicon Review – May 15, 2017 Evoke Neuroscience named as one of 50 most valuable brands of the...
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The Silicon Review – May 15, 2017
Evoke Neuroscience named as one of 50 most valuable brands of the year 2017.

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The Silicon Review

The Silicon Review – January 30, 2017 Dr. David Hagedorn discusses Evoke Neuroscience mission, company...
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The Silicon Review – January 30, 2017
Dr. David Hagedorn discusses Evoke Neuroscience mission, company structure and future plans.

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New Year, New You: Get moving for your body and your brain!

With the start of 2017, chances are you’ve made some New Year’s Resolutions. If you did, we are willing...
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With the start of 2017, chances are you’ve made some New Year’s Resolutions. If you did, we are willing to bet that living a healthier lifestyle – things like losing weight, exercising more, or eating out less often – made it on your list.

We all know that exercise is good for the body and the brain. It’s no surprise that adopting a healthy lifestyle was ranked #1 for last year’s New Year Resolutions1! But for the days when you would rather watch Friends re-runs than break a sweat, here is some new motivation: physical activity can slow brain aging by as much as 10 years2.

More and more studies are showing that movement is medicine for the mind. So when you opt to bike to work rather than drive, you are strengthening both your body and your brain. Check out these 3 ways that your mental muscles can benefit every time you get your body moving.

  1. Boost your memory. One part of the brain that responds particularly strongly to exercise is the hippocampus. Research studies involving children, adults, and the elderly show that as people get more in shape, the hippocampus grows. This is great news, because the hippocampus is at the core of the brain’s learning and memory systems. In fact, older adults who did regular exercise performed four times better on cognitive tests than adults who didn’t work out3.
  2. Improve your focus. The best evidence that exercise enhances focus and helps you stay on task comes from studying school children. In one large research study, a daily after-school sports class helped school children get fitter and, surprisingly, it helped improve their executive control. The kids were better at ignoring distractions, multitasking, and maintaining concentration4. Are you eager to score these benefits but worried a daily soccer game isn’t your cup of tea? Fear not. Researchers have also shown that just 10 minutes of playful coordination skills – like bouncing two balls at the same time – can improve attention5.
  3. Slow cognitive decline. Staying physically fit helps keep your brain healthy. And, these cognitive benefits can come from many types of exercise. A brisk 30-45 minute walk, three times a week, can help delay the onset of dementia6. Exercise that improves balance, coordination, or agility can increase brain size enhance cognitive ability7. Weightlifting can have a visible neurological impact8. One research study even showed that a single hour of dancing per week for 6 months bolstered the cognitive wellbeing of elderly participants9. The critical factors that make exercise such an effective tool for maintaining brain health are still being teased out. Scientists think that increased blood flow to the brain, surges of growth hormones, a more robust network of blood vessels, or even the birth of new neurons could be key factors.

So what should you do? Start exercising!

Scientists think that any form of aerobic exercise that gets your heart pumping can yield these mental benefits. Walking, jogging, swimming, tennis, squash, dancing… it’s all about finding an activity you enjoy and then getting up and doing it. You’ll be off and on your way to achieving that New Year’s Resolution, and your brain will thank you for it!

References

1 University of Scranton. J CLin Psych http://www.statisticbrain.com/new-years-resolution-statistics/

2 Willey, JZ, et al. 2016. Leisure-time physical activity associates with cognitive decline: The Northern Manhattan Study. Neurology 86(20):1897-1903.

3 Bherer l, Erickson KI, Liu-Ambrose T. 2013. A review of the effects of physical activity and exercise on cognitive and brain functions in older adults. J Aging Res. 2013: 657508.

4 Hillman CH, et al. 2014. Effects of the FITKids randomized controlled trial on executive control and brain function. Pediatrics. 134(4):e1063-71.

5 Budde H, et al. 2008. Acute coordinative exercise improves attentional performance in adolescents. Neurosci Lett. 441(2):219-23.

6 Erickson KI, Gildengers AG, Butters MA. 2013. Physical activity and brain plasticity in late adulthood. Dialogues Clin Neurosci. 15(1):99-108.

7 Niemann C, Godde B, Staudinger UM, Voelcker-Rehage C. 2014. Exercise-induced changes in basal ganglia volume and cognitive in older adults. Neuroscience. 281:147-63.

8 Liu-Ambrose T, et al. 2012. Resistance training and functional plasticity of the aging brain: A 12-month randomized controlled trial. Neurobiol Aging. 33(8):1690-8.

9 Kattenstroth J, et al. 2013. Six months of dance intervention enhances postural, sensorimotor, and cognitive performance in elderly without affecting cardio-respiratory functions. Front Aging Neurosci. 5:5.

Patch.com

Patch.com – August 17, 2016 Evoke Neuroscience was named the seventh-fastest growing company in the...
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Patch.com – August 17, 2016
Evoke Neuroscience was named the seventh-fastest growing company in the five New York City boroughs by Inc. Magazine.

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Inc.com

Inc.com – August 17, 2016 Evoke Neuroscience Ranked by Inc. 500 as One of America’s Fastest...
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Inc.com – August 17, 2016
Evoke Neuroscience Ranked by Inc. 500 as One of America’s Fastest Growing Companies.

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Neuroscience & Neurology: Looking Inside Our Heads – Brain Imaging and Patient Adherence

BrainBlogger.com – June 16, 2016 Studies show that helping patients to visualize the nature of their...
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BrainBlogger.com – June 16, 2016
Studies show that helping patients to visualize the nature of their healthcare issues is a critical step in achieving acceptance of a diagnosis, and therefore adherence with an agreed upon course of treatment.

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University of Western Ontario Researchers Investigate Effects of Sub-Concussive and Concussive Head Impacts in Youth Soccer using Evoke Neuroscience and GForceTracker Technologies

CBC Radio – May 19, 2016 Dr. James Thompson, Ph.D. co-founder of Evoke Neuroscience shares how a new...
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CBC Radio – May 19, 2016
Dr. James Thompson, Ph.D. co-founder of Evoke Neuroscience shares how a new sports concussion study beginning in May 2016 will measure the effects of sub-concussive impacts on youth soccer players.

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Sports Concussion – New Testing Methods are Imperative

BrainBlogger – March 2016 Dr. James Thompson of Evoke Neurosciences explains how the long-term, serious...
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BrainBlogger – March 2016
Dr. James Thompson of Evoke Neurosciences explains how the long-term, serious consequences of concussion have come to the attention of the general public with issues like Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE).

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Easy Brain Assessment and Training Solution for Primary Office Care

Physicians Office Resource – Volume 9, Issue 9 Dr. David Hagedorn of Evoke Neurosciences discusses...
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Physicians Office Resource – Volume 9, Issue 9
Dr. David Hagedorn of Evoke Neurosciences discusses office-based assessment of memory loss and cognitive impairement.

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How brain readers are helping MMA fighters bounce back

Digital Trends – December 9, 2015 Lina Zeldovich writes how the eVox®, a brain-function assessment...
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Digital Trends – December 9, 2015
Lina Zeldovich writes how the eVox®, a brain-function assessment built by Evoke Neuroscience, and one of the latest feats in the mind-and-body-hacking marathon. Developed by neuroscientists James Thompson and David Hagedorn…

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How Biofeedback Games Can Rewire Your Brain by Gabriella Garcia

Hopes&Fears – September 2015 Dr. James Thompson of Evoke Neurosciences explains how biofeedback...
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Hopes&Fears – September 2015
Dr. James Thompson of Evoke Neurosciences explains how biofeedback training can help rehabilitate physiological changes resulting from traumatic brain injuries (TBI).

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Neurofeedback Technology Helps Combat PTSD by David Hagedorn, Ph.D, BCN, Chief Executive Officer, Chief Science Officer, Founder, Evoke Neuroscience

Medical Design Technology Magazine — August 18, 2015 Dr. David Hagedorn discusses how he has successfully...
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Medical Design Technology Magazine — August 18, 2015
Dr. David Hagedorn discusses how he has successfully used neurofeedback technology to treat the underlying physiology of active duty and combat veterans suffering from symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and combat stress.

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Evoke Neuroscience in Costa Mesa to Offer New Memory Testing for Earlier Detection of Alzheimer’s by Blanca Almada

OC Register — August 11, 2015 Learn how Evoke Neuroscience is providing physicians with specialized...
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OC Register — August 11, 2015
Learn how Evoke Neuroscience is providing physicians with specialized memory reports to help them offer earlier diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease.

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Evoke Neuroscience Set to Unveil Unprecedented Brain and Heart Health Technology for Consumers at Health 2.0 Fall Conference 2014

PR.com — September 24, 2014 Unlike other devices on the market, Evoke’s WAVEBAND™ is the only performance...
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PR.com — September 24, 2014
Unlike other devices on the market, Evoke’s WAVEBAND™ is the only performance device that synchronizes the heart and brain functions so users can train both their physical and mental performance.

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Evoke Neuroscience Seeks to Expand its Reach in Brain Sensing Market by James Cavuoto

Neurotech Business Report – May 2014 Evoke Neuroscience Seeks to Expand its Reach in Brain Sensing...
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Neurotech Business Report – May 2014
Evoke Neuroscience Seeks to Expand its Reach in Brain Sensing Market by James Cavuoto
James Cavuoto discusses the history and future of the company’s innovative product line. “Evoke is investigating incorporating transcranial direct current stimulation technology into its clinical systems, which would offer clinicians the ability to offer neuromodulation therapy for disorders such as stroke and aphasia.”

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Brain Training And The End Of The Prozac Generation by Robert J. Szczerba

Forbes – March 4, 2014 Robert Szczerba discusses the move into a post-pharmaceutical age in the treatment...
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Forbes – March 4, 2014

Robert Szczerba discusses the move into a post-pharmaceutical age in the treatment of neurological and psychiatric illness. Includes the Evoke Neuroscience demonstration video and expert opinion by Dr. David Hagedorn.

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Touch, Sound and Light Help Heal Inner Wounds by Bethany Crudele

Military Times – November 26, 2012 A patient follows the movement of light across a bar during an...
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Military Times – November 26, 2012

A patient follows the movement of light across a bar during an Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing session with psychologist Dr. David Hagedorn.

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I Have a Traumatic Brain Injury

MTV ‘True Life’ – May 2010 Watch Dr. Thompson’s TV appearance and expert opinion for a reality...
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MTV ‘True Life’ – May 2010

Watch Dr. Thompson’s TV appearance and expert opinion for a reality television series following the lives of TBI survivors.

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