Louise M. Jørgensen receives InnoExplorer grant from IFD

Congratulations to Associate Professor Louise Møller Jørgensen for receiving 994.915 DKK from the Innovation Fund Denmark as an InnoExplorer grant for her project "The fMRI compatible electrical stimulator".

Proejct summary:
Electroceutical therapy is a rapidly expanding therapeutic option used in diverse medical conditions. Our patented device, the fMRI Compatible Electrical Stimulator, can measure the effects of electric stimuli with functional magnetic resonance
imaging (fMRI). Now we want to develop and commercialize our product by generating a regulatory strategy, conducting a market analyses and a Development Plan to support an approval of the product in key markets. Moreover, we will build
an improved control unit of the prototype and conduct clinical pilot studies relevant for two different applications.