May 31, 2017
BrainCheck, a mobile brain health tracking solution, announced today that it has completed a $1.5 million round of funding to deliver on its promise of bringing its innovative brain performance platform to people everywhere. Additional funding led by True Wealth Ventures and other contributors brings the total seed funding to $4.5 million since the company was founded in 2015.
This most recent round of funding will support BrainCheck as the company expands global sales and delivery across its multi-million dollar cognitive health pipeline. The company currently empowers 15,000 customers with its world-class brain health tracking solution including individuals, athletic teams, senior organizations, and doctors around the world.
BrainCheck is the result of 20 years of research conducted at the Eagleman Laboratory for Perception and Action at Baylor College of Medicine. As one of the only clinically or at-home accessible cognitive health monitoring applications on the market, BrainCheck is well positioned to change the lives of millions of people unknowingly suffering from traumatic brain injuries.
“Our vision is to empower people everywhere to take control of their cognitive health by making our platform accessible, simple, and interactive. This additional funding enables us to accelerate our growth, expand our channels, and deliver on our promise of democratizing brain health,” says Dr. Yael Katz, Cofounder and CEO of BrainCheck. “Whether the concern is a head injury, memory loss, or cognitive impairment, we’re scaling our ability to deliver rapid and reliable cognitive health monitoring for families, caregivers, and clinicians to positively affect change and improve outcomes.”
Today’s funding announcement comes at a time when women-led companies account for a small proportion of total digital health funding….