Myriad Neuroscience

Myriad Neuroscience (formerly known as Assurex Health) is a personalized medicine company that helps healthcare providers get genetic information to determine the right medication for individual patients suffering from neuropsychiatric and other medical conditions. Its proprietary technology, GeneSight® Test, is based on pharmacogenomics, the study of the genetic factors that influence an individual’s response to drug treatments, as well as evidence-based medicine and clinical pharmacology.

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TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanyMyriad Genetics
HQMason, OH, US
Founded2006
Websitegenesight.com
Cybersecurity ratingBMore
Myriad Neuroscience was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in Mason, OH, US

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Key People/Management at Myriad Neuroscience

Jeff P. Borcherding

Jeff P. Borcherding

Vice President, Sales and Marketing
Frank J. Tepe

Frank J. Tepe

Vice President, Commercial Operations and Analytics
Michael R. Jablonski

Michael R. Jablonski

Vice President, Medical Affairs
Mark S. Verratti

Mark S. Verratti

President
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Myriad Neuroscience Office Locations

Myriad Neuroscience has offices in Mason, Boston, Cleveland, Concord and in 17 other locations
Mason, OH, US (HQ)
6960 Cintas Blvd
Boston, MA, US
Boston, MA, USA
Cleveland, OH, US
Cleveland, OH, USA
Concord, CA, US
Concord, CA, USA
Denver, CO, US
Denver, CO, USA
Des Moines, IA, US
Des Moines, IA, USA
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Myriad Neuroscience Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2006

Total Funding

$77.1 m

Investors

In total, Myriad Neuroscience had raised $77.1 m. Myriad Neuroscience is a subsidiary of Myriad Genetics

Myriad Neuroscience Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

89/100

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Myriad Neuroscience Online and Social Media Presence

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Myriad Neuroscience Blogs

What Age Can Depression Start: Can You Be Too Young?

We don’t think of young children as suffering from depression. “Many well-intentioned adults still believe that children can’t get depressed,” writes Richa Bhatia, MD, FAPA, in an article on the... The post What Age Can Depression Start: Can You Be Too Young? appeared first on GeneSight.

Treatment is a Priority as Americans’ Mental Health Declines

These days, everything seems politicized and polarizing. Yet, we likely agree on one point: 2020 was a rough year and one that many of us are glad to see in... The post Treatment is a Priority as Americans’ Mental Health Declines appeared first on GeneSight.

Understanding Manic Depression

What is Manic Depression? Manic depression, also called bipolar disorder, is a mental illness that can cause a person’s mood to shift to extremes. According to the National Alliance on... The post Understanding Manic Depression appeared first on GeneSight.

What to Do When Your Child Receives a Depression or Anxiety Diagnosis

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted everyone – and our children are likely struggling with their emotions. In its 2021: The State of Mental Health in America report, Mental Health America... The post What to Do When Your Child Receives a Depression or Anxiety Diagnosis appeared first on GeneSight.

The Role of the Caregiver: Making the Difference for Someone with Depression

Mark Pollack, MD, chief medical officer of Myriad Neuroscience, maker of the GeneSight test, shares his thoughts on how to be a good caregiver to someone with depression. Dr. Pollack... The post The Role of the Caregiver: Making the Difference for Someone with Depression appeared first on GeneSight.

Where’s My Casserole? Depression and Caregivers

We recently came across a meme that ended with: “…unfortunately, we live in a world where if you break a bone, everyone comes to sign the cast. But if you... The post Where’s My Casserole? Depression and Caregivers appeared first on GeneSight.
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Myriad Neuroscience Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Myriad Neuroscience founded?

    Myriad Neuroscience was founded in 2006.

  • Who are Myriad Neuroscience key executives?

    Myriad Neuroscience's key executives are Jeff P. Borcherding, Frank J. Tepe and Michael R. Jablonski.

  • How many employees does Myriad Neuroscience have?

    Myriad Neuroscience has 178 employees.

  • Who are Myriad Neuroscience competitors?

    Competitors of Myriad Neuroscience include Proteus Digital Health, Cambridge Epigenetix and myTomorrows.

  • Where is Myriad Neuroscience headquarters?

    Myriad Neuroscience headquarters is located at 6960 Cintas Blvd, Mason.

  • Where are Myriad Neuroscience offices?

    Myriad Neuroscience has offices in Mason, Boston, Cleveland, Concord and in 17 other locations.

  • How many offices does Myriad Neuroscience have?

    Myriad Neuroscience has 21 offices.