Collaboration is an integral part of our approach. This allows NeuroPro flexible access to the latest research and technology from leaders in the public and private sectors.

Our partners include:


A leading research institute in nanoelectronics, Imec propels the innovations made in academic institutions into commercially viable products by providing the necessary technological development.

This ‘innovation house’ works on design mandates from third parties as well as developing their own inventions.

This leading engineering university has a triple mission – training, research and the transfer of technology.

The Swiss Epilepsy Centre is a modern, interdisciplinary neurological facility dedicated to the diagnosis, treatment and care of people with epilepsy.

Leading projects in the standardisation of human neurophysiology.

Experts in brain signal analysis, modelling of brain activity, and the predictability of epileptic seizures.

The Orrb project seeks to develop a reproducible and scalable personalised immersive environment for cognitive behavioural therapy combined with objective physiological monitoring.

Experts in brain signal analysis, modelling of brain activity, and the predictability of epileptic seizures.

The American University of Beirut is heavily engaged in the development of integrated systems for improving the management of people with epilepsy.

Our ongoing projects include:

  • Development of a body-sensor system for long-term monitoring, prediction of, and intervention in epileptic seizures.
  • Cognitive brain training for the proactive prevention of cognitive decline with advancing age.
  • Neurofeedback for the cognitive deficits associated with chemotherapy treatment in cancer survivors.
  • Stress management for workplace wellness.
  • Visualisation of brain dynamics in coma and non-convulsive status epilepticus.
  • Standardisation of TMS-EEG implementation and analysis.
  • Inter-institutional brain data storage and analysis platform for improving patient outcomes in epilepsy.
  • Self guided bio- and neuro- feedback for the management of PTSD.
  • Ambulatory seizure prediction in epilepsy.