i-Brain has begun testing its neurointerface for rehabilitation of people after stroke or brain injury in rehab center “7 doctors” in St. Petersburg. And here is a story of one of the patients, Anton Andruhin, who shared his experience of rehabilitation with i-Brain.
The first ever joint Russian-American accelerator, which started at the end of 2018, accepted 30 strongest startups from 840 applications from all over Russia! i-Brain team got into this 30 startups as a result of 2-step expert selection. The Russian stage of “Sberbank-500” accelerator lasted 10 weeks and took place
September, 11th was held a competition of innovative developments “Startup Rally 2018”. Of the 25 best projects shown in the competition in the field of “Medical Products and Digital Medicine”, the neurointerface based on AI of i-Brain has entered the top three.
July, 17 the i-Brain team in I.M. Sechenov Institute of Evolutionary Physiology and Biochemistry tested the pre-alpha version of the Dragon Hunt neurocomputer game. The application was developed by a volunteer, a student of the St. Petersburg Polytech Vladislav Brazhnikov. The role of the hunter in the game was also
The i-Brain development team represented by Professor Lev Aleksandrovich Stankevich and Phillip Gundelah gave an extended interview on the use of the neurocomplex to restore mobility of people after stroke. Further to the article, many public media, both Russian and English, showed significant interest. Thus, the interview has received very
The main guests, besides Vladimir Putin, were French President Emmanuel Macron, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, and Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund Christine Lagarde. It was attended by 17,000 people from 143 countries. Within the framework of the forum, more than 100 events took place in various formats,
i-Brain was recognized as the best project in Digital Medicine at the Digital Forum in St. Petersburg.
April 19, 2018. Digital Forum in St. Petersburg held the Competition of Innovative Projects “Digital Petersburg”. The competition aimed to identify the best innovative projects for implementation within the development program “Smart Petersburg”. More than 30 companies-innovators took part in the competition presenting novel digital solutions for housing, service delivery,
We have repeatedly noted the high interest of the media in modern neurotechnologies in general and in our project in particular. March 27, in the studio of Mediametrics Piter CEO i-Brain gave a large interview to Victoria Joey, and he answered many questions about the development of neurotechnologies.
March 13, 2018. Russian-German healthcare seminar took place in St. Petersburg. The main theme of the seminar was promotion of advanced technological projects in various fields of medicine, rehabilitation, pharmacology, mutually enriching the health systems of both countries. The main objective of Russian-German cooperation is to improve well-being, health, and
March 1, 2017. St. Petersburg. Chamber of Commerce and Industry Organizers of the conference gathered diverse audience, which included charitable foundations, venture philanthropists, developers of platforms and services for the social sphere. Among the partners are actively developing organizations – Philtech accelerator, BeEasy, 1 + 1 platform, Bankex Foundation, etc.