TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR RECOVERY WITH NEUROVINE
At Neurovine, we are conducting clinical trials on how to improve concussion recovery using wearable technology, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. If this is something that interests you, be sure to check out our current ongoing studies below and reach out for more information.
With the launch of the early adopter program, Neurovine has recently submitted an Investigational Testing Authorization through Health Canada to measure how the Neurovine platform can support concussion recovery.
Lightweight headband uses EEG technology to measure your brain activity
Use the app to monitor your brain patterns and receive brain break notifications
View your progress and use your data to make informed decisions about your concussion recovery
Secure cloud stores your data to review and share with health care professionals
Collecting and interpreting the data from research studies takes a long time. Solutions and results are not found overnight. However, without clinical trials and studies, medicine cannot advance.
To execute our studies, we need participants who are willing to partner with us in the advancement of concussion recovery research. Below are our current active studies with details on the protocol and eligibility.
We are dedicated to the safety of our community. Therefore, we are taking extreme precautions while conducting our studies to ensure we are playing our part in reducing the spread of COVID-19. Our studies have been adapted to be done remotely. The equipment used for the studies will be delivered to your home using contactless delivery. All equipment will be appropriately cleaned between uses, using recommendations from the Ontario Ministry of Health. Data collection sessions will be held virtually with our researchers. If you have any questions about the virtual trials and their safety in regards to COVID-19, do not hesitate to contact us.
NEUROVINE PRODUCT RESEARCH
STUDY FULL UNTIL 2023
This study aims to use non-invasive EEG headsets to identify the brain activity associated with cognitive engagement and cognitive fatigue.
Demographic data will be collected, including date of birth, sex, education level, and health history, including questions about mental health history. EEG data will also be collected while participants work through either the engagement protocol or the fatigue protocol, both of which consist of a series of multiplication and logic puzzles made to challenge your brain.
*All information shared during the study is completely voluntary, and will be kept confidential.
What is the time commitment?
Participation in this study will be one testing session of approximately 90 minutes.
Am I eligible?
You are eligible to participate in this study if you:
● Are between 16 - 60 years of age
● Fluent in English
● Do not have any of the following conditions:
Current head injury (concussion, TBI, brain bleed)
History of epilepsy or other neurological disorders
Excessive drug or alcohol use
Current use of psychotropic medications
Dementia or other cognitive impairment
Interested? Contact email@example.com to participate in our study. Include in the Subject Line: Product Research Participation