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Healthy Brain Project

The healthy brain project aims at creating a digital tool for targeted rehabilitation of
impaired and damaged cognitive functions in connection with a number of clinical diagnoses.

This tool is RECOVER.

 

Throughout the project, the ambition has been close cooperation with health professionals,
clinical experts and patients around development and clinical trial of the digital solution.

 

The common objective is:

+ Faster and more effective rehabilitation.

+ Increase the patient’s ability and independence.

+ Help the patient to self-help and dedication to his own rehabilitation.

+ Get more play and joy in the treatment.

+ Ease the therapist’s workload by being able to relay more to the patient.

 

Brain + has, together with our partners, focused on the following cognitive areas throughout
clinical studies; Brain injury, depression, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, stress and anxiety.

Clinical Studies

Brain Injury

A study in collaboration with the Center for Brain Injury and Professor Jesper Mogensen, Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen.

Conclusions are expected to be published in 2018

Depression

A study in collaboration with Professor Poul Videbech, Center for Neuropsychiatric Depression Research, Region Hovedstad Psychiatry.

Conclusions are expected to be published in 2019

Parkinson’s Disease

A study in collaboration with Bispebjerg Hospital and Professor Jesper Mogensen, Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen.

Conclusions are expected to be published in 2018

Alzheimer

A Study in collaboration with Professor Masud Husain, Institute of Cognitive Neurology, University of Oxford.

Conclusions are expected to be published in 2020

Healthy Brain Project Partners