Register today for our next Speaker Series to be held on Thursday, February 20, 2020. We are very excited to have Neuraura Biotech Inc present. It is sure to be a fascinating talk that will garner some great discussion.
Registration: Advance Online Registration for members and non-members is MANDATORY for this event. Members are complimentary and non-members pay a fee of $15, which needs to be paid at the time of registration (no payment at the door).
Neuraura Biotech Inc., (“Neuraura”) is unlocking the field of personalized brain care with its next-generation neural data.
Neuraura’s proprietary microsensors represent the culmination of decades of fundamental research at the Hotchkiss Brain Institute combined with leading manufacturing practices from the semiconductor industry. They eclipse the performance of legacy sensors with 20x spatial resolution and 3x signal to noise ratio.
Neuraura’s beachhead clinical application is a brain monitoring platform for epilepsy surgery. In addition to providing an accelerated path to clinical revenue, this provides access to a unique electrophysiological data set, our source of long-term competitive advantage. This very large and complex data set will be visualized in 3D and analyzed using techniques developed in the oil and gas industry over the last several decades. The resultant data set will produce insights and unlock treatments that span a broad range of neurological, psychiatric and sensory conditions.
Claire Dixon, Co-founder and COO
Claire brings more than 20 years of business experience to this role including 15 years as a strategic consultant to technology- and capital- intensive industries. Prior to joining Neuraura Claire held a number of senior operational roles at the University of Calgary including Director of MBA Programs, Director of the Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation and, most recently, Director of Operations of the Creative Destruction Lab – Rockies. Claire’s key strengths include navigating technical complexity, strategy development and planning and financial and operational modelling.
Claire brings world-class academic credentials as she holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and an MEng/MA (Cantab.) in Mechanical Engineering from Cambridge University.
Stephen Cartwright, Technical Project Manager
Stephen Cartwright has worked in scientific and data-intensive computing for over 12 years in academia and industry. He is currently the technical director for a world-class modelling and simulation research group with many industrial projects. Since 2013, one of his responsibilities is overseeing a simulation and visualization centre that uses advanced visualization, mathematical modelling, data analysis and artificial intelligence techniques to deliver cutting edge tools for a variety of disciplines. He has a BSc in Computer Science with a minor in Pure Mathematics from the University of Calgary. He also holds an MSc in Computer Science from the University of Calgary.