NIH grants Soterix a Phase-1 STTR grant to develop HD-tDCS for stroke rehabilitation. The first technology capable of delivering therapeutic direct current to target brain regions involved in functional recovery.
Epilepsy Foundation awards a New Therapy Grant for a clinical trial of High-Definition tDCS in pediatric epilepsy. Dr. Alexander Rotenberg will lead a team of clinical investigators including at BCH and Harvard Medical School.
NIH grants Burke Medical Research Institute $3m to conduct the most controlled trial of tDCS for stroke rehabilitation to date. The Soterix Medical 1x1 platform is the most advanced and the industry standard for tDCS clinical trials for rehabilitation.
Soterix Medical Inc. receives FDA Clinical Trial IDE for High-Definition tDCS (HD-tDCS) to improve IQ in pediatric Down syndrome. HD-tDCS is the only non-invasive, brain targeted, and low-intensity technology designed to promote neuroplasticity.
Dr. Bernadette Gillick's Pediatric Rehabilitation Laboratory is supported by the NIH and University of Minnesota Clinical and Translational Science Institute to investigate the use of a form of tDCS for interventions in rehabilitation for children. Subject specific analysis with Soterix Medical Neurotargeting™ will guide current to brain cells in the injured part of the brain.