Objective depression screening software based on brain waives (EEG) and A/ML


World Heath Organization data

>800 000

people die globally by suicide every year, and that number is increasing

>300 million

people all over the world suffer from depression

Depression screening technology

Check how EEG works

Effective, non-invasive method of studying a patient’s brain activity.

Recent studies have demonstrated that different EEG signals and their combinations can be used as biomarkers

for depression with up accuracy: 90%

However, psychiatrists are rarely trained in how to run an EEG test or analyze the collected data.

Currently, in the majority of mental health clinics, psychiatrists diagnose depression based on Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) diagnostic criteria or by using other self-reported measures that are prone to the subjectivity of both professionals and patients. This diagnosis method, as well as an absence of methods based on analysis of depression biomarkers, often leads to misdiagnosis and inadequate treatment; it also makes it impossible to accurately monitor pharmacological treatment outcome

Neuroscience Software is developing an AI/ML software that will help lower patients’ risk of death by suicide and help diagnose, treat, and control treatment outcomes of depression.

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Neuroscience Software technology

  • Enhance the accuracy of diagnoses
  • Control treatment processes
  • Detect suicidal cases
July 27, 2021

Research Direction: Sex prediction and EEG

The current research project has the aim of identifying which participants are clinically depressed and how to distinguish them from healthy people. At minimum, the study protocol for this project will define the electrode placement, kind of cap layout, types

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Depression and Nutrition

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Childhood Trauma and DepressionJuly 6, 2021

Childhood Trauma and Depression

Research has demonstrated that childhood trauma is one of the risk factors contributing to depression as a response to stressors experienced later in life (Heim et al., 2008). In one study, nearly 76% of participants with depression reported experiencing child

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July 2021

Neuroscience Software is a winner of Peachscore June startup competition

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Alexey Matveev
April 2021

Senior Data Scientist Named

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Alexey Shovkun CIAO
April 2021

Expands executive management team with Chief AI Officer

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April 2021

Neuroscience Software Closes Pre-Seed Funding Round

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