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Maryland neuroscience firm lands $4.5M Army research contract

Brainscope Co. Inc.’s BrainScope One is a handheld device that can help doctors assess brain injuries. (Business Wire photo)

Brainscope Co. Inc.’s BrainScope One is a handheld device that can help doctors assess brain injuries. (Business Wire photo)

A Bethesda neuroscience company has been awarded a $4.5 million research contract by the Department of Defense.

BrainScope Co. Inc. announced it received the contract from the US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command to build eye assessment into future versions of its handheld products used in assessing concussion and mild traumatic brain injury.

The company’s first product, BrainScope One, uses EEG and other factors to help physicians diagnose brain injuries.

BrainScope One is used by the U.S. military, as well as in urgent care and occupational health clinics, concussion clinics, hospital emergency rooms, university athletics and health centers; professional sports and in clinical trials, according to the company.


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