Partners

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Ulysses Neuroscience

Lead Partner

Ulysses Neuroscience Ltd is a patient-centric private R&D organization working together with pharmaceutical companies in order to accelerate drug discovery in neuropsychiatric (major depression, anorexia nervosa and schizophrenia) and neurodevelopmental (Fragile X Syndrome and CDKL5 Deficiency Disorders) diseases by using translation clinical and pre-clinical research. Our translational research investigates neurophysiological and molecular mechanisms leading to the synaptic pathology, microtubule dynamics dysregulation and neuroinflammatory events.

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CortiCare

Exhibition Partner

CortiCare® provides EEG collection, EEG monitoring, and EEG reading services for all types of clinical trials. CortiCare has emerged as the top provider of EEG services for difficult patient populations including neurogenetic disorders. We provide in-home collection of short or long-term video-EEG and epileptologist interpretation to support decentralized clinical trials.

CortiCare is positioned to support EEG collection in many countries internationally. We can assist with protocol design, study logistics, qEEG data processing, and interpretation of EEG in the further development of EEG biomarkers. Our CortiCloud™ server is a web-based interface to access EEG data at any time worldwide.

www.corticare.com/services/clinical-trials/

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PsychoGenics

Event Partner

PsychoGenics is a preclinical CRO with expertise in CNS and orphan disorders. Our mission is to provide the best validated disease models and comprehensive preclinical capabilities to help companies discover the next generation of treatments and reduce the attrition rate in clinical development. Our capabilities include behavioral testing, surgical models, electrophysiology, translational EEG, quantitative histology, biomarker analysis, bioanalysis and microdialysis. We offer a variety of validated mouse models including in-licensed transgenic models that support research in areas such as Alzheimer's disease, Huntington’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, autism spectrum disorders, psychosis and schizophrenia, spinal muscular atrophy, muscular dystrophy and a broad array of pain models.

www.psychogenics.com