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

85/100

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Myriad Neuroscience Online and Social Media Presence

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Myriad Neuroscience Blogs

How Art Can Help People Understand and Cope with Depression

Art therapy can trace its modern roots back to 1942. It was then that Adrian Hill, a British artist who, while recovering from tuberculosis, learned how therapeutic painting and drawing... The post How Art Can Help People Understand and Cope with Depression  appeared first on GeneSight.

The GeneSight® Psychotropic Combinatorial Algorithm

The Pharmacogenomic (PGx) Algorithm: A common discussion among experts revolves around pharmacogenomic (PGx) testing algorithms. Many commercial tests are proprietary, and therefore, their algorithms are considered a “black box”.1 This white paper... The post The GeneSight® Psychotropic Combinatoria…

COVID & the Holidays: Extra Stress for Caregivers

Caring for someone with depression introduces a unique set of stressors for the caregiver. Add in a global pandemic and uncertainty around how to safely celebrate the holidays, and many... The post COVID & the Holidays: Extra Stress for Caregivers appeared first on GeneSight.

Suffering in Silence: Two-Thirds of Older Adults Say They Won’t Treat Their Depression

New nationwide poll shows 1 in 3 respondents age 65+ think they can just “snap out of it” SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 17, 2020 – A new nationwide poll, the... The post Suffering in Silence: Two-Thirds of Older Adults Say They Won’t Treat Their Depression appeared first on GeneSight.

Holiday Depression: Links to Stress & Anxiety

Table of Contents How Holiday Stress Can Lead to Depression Holiday Stress in a Pandemic Should You Have a Virtual Holiday Celebration Managing Your Depression During the 2020 Holiday Season... The post Holiday Depression: Links to Stress & Anxiety appeared first on GeneSight.

A Personal Account of How to Help Someone with Anxiety and Depression*

Table of Contents How Do I Help a Partner with Anxiety? Offering Support When Friends Struggle with Anxiety and Depression Encourage Them to Get Help for Their Depression Remember to... The post A Personal Account of How to Help Someone with Anxiety and Depression* 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 204 employees.

  • Who are Myriad Neuroscience competitors?

    Competitors of Myriad Neuroscience include Proteus Digital Health, ImmuPharma 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.