seniors aged 85and over sufferfrom AD
people aged 65and over have AD
Despite decades of research, scientists have not yet unlocked the cure to Alzheimer’s disease (AD) or its prevention. Until they do, its impact increases every year. It is estimated that 45% of seniors aged 85 and over suffer from AD and 10% of people aged 65 and over have AD.
Neuronix is a medical device company that has taken a novel approach to treatment of AD. As opposed to a pharmaceutical solution, Neuronix has developed a patented technology, that concurrently combines Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) with Cognitive Training (CgT). Our device, the neuroADTM Therapy System is the only medical device in the world approved for treatment of mild to moderate AD. The system has received CE mark approval and is commercially available in Europe, Australia and Asia, and is pending FDA clearance in the United States.
Since it was founded in 2008, Neuronix has carried out multiple clinical studies that have confirmed the safety and efficacy of its solution, including a pivotal, multi-center clinical study in the United States. Neuronix’s scientific advisory board consists of leading physicians and researchers in the field who continuously guide the company.
While the neuroADTM Therapy System cannot cure AD, it has been shown to improve the cognitive, functional and behavioral capabilities of patients with AD. Treated patients have reported that they are able to read again, paint again, walk down the street without getting disoriented and reconnect with their families. These success stories are the driving force behind Neuronix.
CEO & President
Eyal brings over two decades of experience in R&D and in executive-level positions in several medical device companies. A graduate of the prestigious Israel Defense Force’s Talpiot program, he holds a B.Sc. in Physics (cum-laude) from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and a M.Sc. in Physics (summa cum laude) from the Tel-Aviv University.
Vice President, Clinical & Regulatory Affairs
Moran has extensive experience in managing pivotal multi-center, medical device clinical studies. Prior to joining Neuronix, she successfully led Given Imaging Ltd.’s large-intestine pivotal-FDA study. She is a graduate of the Ben Gurion University of the Negev with a B.Sc. in Bio Medical Engineering and holds an MBA from the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.