A multi-functional device for early diagnosis of brain disease such as tumors, multiple sclerosis, and stroke through the analysis of eye and pupil movements.

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Analysis of brain functions

NeurOphthalmoscope

The NeurOphthalmoscope is a medical device for early diagnosis of brain diseases such as tumors, multiple sclerosis, and stroke.

The device measures eye and pupil movements induced by visual stimuli. Eight neuro-ophthalmic examinations, including pupillary function and visual field measurements are combined in one multi-functional device.

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Swiss medtech

About us

machineMD is a Swiss medtech startup with close ties to the University Hospital in Bern.

We develop the NeurOphthalmoscope, a diagnostic device for an automated, objective and quantifiable analysis of brain functions related to the visual system.

machineMD’s vision is to become the leading provider for detecting loss of brain function.

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Experience in medtech and entrepreneurship

Team

We are an experienced team of senior professionals with expertise in business development, ophthalmology and neurology, research and development and regulatory- and clinical affairs.

Dominic Senn

Dominic Senn

CEO

Mathias Abegg

Prof. Dr. Dr.

Mathias Abegg

Medical Director

Pia Massatsch

Dr.

Pia Massatsch

Regulatory Affairs

Dominik Brügger

Dominik Brügger

Head of Technology

samuel schenk

Head of Research and Development

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