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Silva-Craig joins Neurognostics board

Wauwatosa, Wis. - Milton Silva-Craig has joined the board of directors of Neurognostics, Inc., the company reported on Monday. Neurognostics, which spun out of the Medical College of Wisconsin in 2003, develops magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) products and services Silva-Craig is the pre...

Neurognostics pushes early prediction of brain disease

...an offshoot of the Medical College of Wisconsin , neurognostics makes a set of applications called MindState that ...ting patients with multiple sclerosis. Tucker said neurognostics is in the middle of negotiations with two other fi... computer-aided diagnosis for Parkinson's disease. neurognostics is finalizing research and plans to have the data ...

Milwaukee firm among first to use Act 255 tax credits in investor pitch

... Milwaukee neurognostics , a home-grown Milwaukee medical device company, f...rvice. After hearing about Act 255 tax credits, neurognostics decided to split off $1 million of its $3 million ...ble for tax credits under Act 255. It was up to neurognostics to do the leg work to qualify, which the company l...

Neurognostics receives award for MRI innovation

...n Award for Outstanding Achievements. Last year neurognostics received a Phase I Small Business Innovation Resea...n of fMRI-based biomarkers in Parkinson's disease. neurognostics is currently preparing the Phase II submission bas... and expanding their business. Founded in 2003, neurognostics develops clinical applications for fMRI....

Neurognostics receives special FDA clearance for MindState fDAD

...arked MindState fDAD. MindState fDAD had previously received clearance in February 2005 as an fMRI data acquisition device. The Special 510(k) allows neurognostics to enhance fDAD by providing a library of stimulation paradigms, data collection protocols and image processing services, collectively known as MindSt...

Neurognostics recognized for MRI award

...aign featured 206 candidates in 12 categories. AuntMinnie.com members voted neurognostics one of the top five companies in the "best new radiology vendors" category....North America (RSNA) meeting in Chicago next week. This is the second year neurognostics will participate at RSNA, where the Company will display its MindState prod...

Neurognostics partners with Medical Numerics

... Milwaukee, Wis. neurognostics Inc. said it has partnered with Medical Numerics I...into clinical practice," said Doug Tucker, CEO of neurognostics , in a release. "It made sense for us to collabora...izes in software for planning brain surgery, while neurognostics has a focus on central nervous system disorders, a...

As BIO shows mass of competition, hunt for partners is on

...cians, etc., to be in attendance," said Tucker, the CEO of Milwaukee-based neurognostics said. "This is a probably a better way for us to look at the services side...trategy for developing and testing drugs. And, of course, a company like neurognostics is always looking for investment. At a show like BIO, which is all about ma...

Three state businesses receive technology grants

...cal device technology that also was founded in 2004, will receive a $3,000 grant for professional grant research and writing assistance. Meanwhile, neurognostics will receive a $3,000 award to hire consultants to help with the resubmission of an application for a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research gran...

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