Data Gathering Devices Offer Big Potential In Neurological Drug Trials
As wearable technologies and other devices become capable of recording large amounts of data for use in clinical trials, industry experts are asking why pharma has been slow to maximize the opportunity in product development.
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Cumulus Neuroscience, previously known as BrainWaveBank, announced a £6m financing round to help develop its unique neurological data collection system.
Simple-to-use devices capable of recording a plethora of data could be used to speed up drug trials and improve drug delivery, according to Rutger Zietsma, of Manus Neurodynamica.