Posts tagged neuroscience
In conversation with Hrishikesh Suresh of NeuroGate

As CEO and one of three co-founders of upstart NeuroGate, Hrishikesh Suresh currently is completing his final year as a medical student at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario and plans to pursue a six-year residency in neurosurgery. But since the age of 12, he has had a passion for computer coding and, as a result, contributed to the company’s software development, which aims to capture motion data as a method to diagnose neurodegenerative diseases...

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Braeburn taking path as pill-free pharma company

Closely-held Braeburn Pharmaceuticals, which in late May received FDA approval to market the first ever six-month implant of buprenorphine for opioid dependence, is developing a portfolio of long-acting implants and injectables that improve public health and social cost outcomes associated with drug diversion, misuse and non-compliance.

“This is the way of the future,” Behshad Sheldon, president and CEO, says in an interview with BioTuesdays.com. “In 10 years, there will be dozens and dozens of drug products available as long-acting injectables and implantables.”

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