Neurotrack is transforming the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease. Through a safe and non-invasive test, its technology can predict the risk of developing mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease years before symptoms occur.

TypePrivate
HQRedwood City, US
Founded2012
Size (employees)25 (est)+5%
Websiteneurotrack.com
Neurotrack was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in Redwood City, US
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Key People/Management at Neurotrack

Elli Kaplan

Elli Kaplan

Co-Founder and CEO
Caitlyn Krebs

Caitlyn Krebs

COO
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Neurotrack Office Locations

Neurotrack has offices in Richmond and Redwood City
Redwood City, US (HQ)
399 Bradford St
Richmond, US (HQ)
4200 Grove Ave
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Neurotrack Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2012

Neurotrack total Funding

$26.1 m

Neurotrack latest funding size

$13.70 m

Time since last funding

7 months ago

Neurotrack investors

Neurotrack's latest funding round in March 2018 was reported to be $13.7 m. In total, Neurotrack has raised $26.1 m
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Neurotrack News and Updates

Neurotrack wins medical innovation challenge with Alzheimer's tech

Company uses eye-tracking technology to predict and help prevent the development of the disease.
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Neurotrack Blogs

Does a Sudoku a Day Keep Alzheimer’s At Bay? Brain Training and Cognitive Decline

If you’ve been paying attention to the news about brain health, you’ve probably noticed an uptick in claims that a Sudoku a day can keep Alzheimer’s at bay. Others (cough cough, Mom) swear by crossword puzzles. Are brain games the key to staving off cognitive decline? The short answer is maybe, but …

Take A Deep Breath, Then Another: Meditating Your Way Back To Cognitive Health

Your car breaks down, and you’re late for work. You’re out of work, and your savings are dwindling. Your mother-in-law is coming into town for the holidays, and she doesn’t like the way you do, well, anything. The traffic’s bad, and the dude behind you keeps honking. Your spouse is angry, your frien…

“Indelible in the Hippocampus”: Brain, Memory Take Center Stage on the Senate Floor

During the Senate hearings for Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court, Senator Patrick Leahy asked Dr. Christine Blasey Ford a simple question: “What is the strongest memory you have?” The post “Indelible in the Hippocampus”: Brain, Memory Take Center Stage on the Senate Floor appeared fi…

Why Parking Lots Are Good for your Brain Exercise Sneaky Steps Toward Cognitive Health

Let’s face it. We know we should be exercising more. But between work and childcare and paying bills and taking care of aging parents and attacking our endless inboxes and cleaning up dinner, how are we supposed to wedge it into our already too-tight schedules? Parking lots. Yes, you read that right…

Poultry and Berries and Nuts, Oh My! The MIND Diet Boosts Brain Health

Raise your hand if the brown bag or Brady Bunch lunchbox you were given as a child contained a bologna sandwich on white bread, a bag of chips, and a Twinkie, plus maybe a container of chocolate milk for good measure. Now raise your hand if you can’t remember what you ate for lunch yesterday. […] Th…

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