Digital
Brain Health

Neuroelectrics® is a digital brain health company that innovates at the intersection of neuroscience, physics, machine learning and hardware.

We have developed wireless portable EEG and tDCS,tACS,tRNS stimulation devices with up to 32 channels, amongst other EEG products encompassing software and research services, with the purpose of monitoring and enhancing brain health.

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Mobile brain signal sensing and stimulation systems

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Ana Maiques

CEO

Ana Maiques is the CEO of Neuroelectrics, a company aiming to change the way we interact with the brain; developing innovative technologies to monitor and stimulate the brain. She was nominated by IESE as one of the most influential entrepreneurs under 40 in Spain in 2010, she was the only woman on that list. She received the EU Prize for Women Innovators from the European Commission EC in 2014. Also in 2014, she was an award recipient of the International Women’s Entrepreneurial Challenge. In 2015 & 2016, she was named one of most inspiring women on the Inspiring Fifty list in Europe of women technological leaders and innovators. As a company, Neuroelectrics received the Best Start-up in Health Award in 2015...

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Giulio Ruffini

President

Dr. Giulio Ruffini obtained a BA in math and physics from Berkeley and a PhD in theoretical physics from UC Davis/LANL in 1995. In 2000 he and others founded Starlab to transform science into technologies with impact. He has provided the science and technology visions for Neuroelectrics, and believes that neuromodulation...

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Stephen Dunne

Managing Director

Over 15 years experience translating cutting-edge R&D into real-world technologies. He graduated with a B.Sc in Space and Planetary Physics from the University of Wales and with an M.Sc. in Optoelectronics & Information...

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Paul Pyzowski

Corporate Development

Paul graduated with a BS in Electrical Engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University in Pittsburgh PA, and an MBA from the Institute for Management Development (IMD) in Lausanne, Switzerland. Paul has been a founder and executive in several life sciences start-up companies, including Aleva Neurotherapeutics, a spin-off from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology of Lausanne (EPFL) developing advanced deep-brain stimulation systems for treatment of Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders, and NetBio (Waltham, MA), a spin-off from the Whitehead Institute at MIT developing rapid DNA analysis systems for defense, security, and infectious disease diagnostics. Prior to this, Paul was an executive officer with the electronics technology company Ansoft Corporation (NASDAQ:ANST, acquired by ANSYS) where, among other roles, he set-up and managed all Japanese...

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Alberto Bardají

Technical Manager

Alberto studied his Masters in Industrial Engineering at UPC in Barcelona and did his final degree thesis at IRCCyN in Nantes in the field of industrial robotics. He has since been dedicated to developing Medical Devices for 10 years and has developed high impact products and services for the dental and orthopaedics industries in market leading global companies. He has developed his career split between the UK and Barcelona.

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Patricia Miranda

Quality and Regulatory Manager

Patricia graduated in Chemistry Engineering from University of Barcelona, focussing on industrial processes and science. She has worked intensively in multinationals developing and improving Quality Management Systems and Regulatory affairs processes, acquiring extensive experience in the chemical and medical sectors. She has deep knowledge of European medical device regulations such as MDD 93/42/EEC, American (FDA), Canadian Health and Korean (KFDA) and the performance of the normative documents for CE marking, FDA 510(k), applications of the rules ISO 13485 - ISO 14971 - IEC / ISO 62304 – IEC 62366 - IEC 60601

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