Goodwin Procter LLP advised Neuroelectrics on the deal.
Neuroelectrics announced its $17.5 million Series A financing led by Morningside Ventures.
Neuroelectrics is developing a therapeutic platform that uses neuromodulation for the treatment of a range of neurological and psychiatric disorders. The platform combines safe and proven neuromodulation capabilities with remote-controlled delivery and personalized treatment protocols to restore and maintain brain health.
Morningside Group invests private equity and venture capital in novel science and technology sectors and is committed to social responsibility.
The funds will be used to further develop Neuroelectrics’ non-invasive transcranial electrical stimulation (tES) therapeutic platform and to advance clinical trials in refractory focal epilepsy and at-home treatment of refractory depression.
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