TORONTO, June 8, 2022 /CNW/ – Nurosene Health Inc. (“Nurosene” or the “Company”) (CSE: MEND) (Frankfurt: 8TV) (OTC: MNNDF), a healthtech company focused on delivering innovative AI-based technology solutions for mental performance and wellness, will present at the World Orphan Congress USA 2022 on July 11-13, 2022 in Boston, Massachusetts.
This event brings together leading pharmaceutical and biotech companies, government and regulatory authorities, patient advocacy groups, payers, investors and solution providers. The conference was designed for industry experts to meet and brainstorm ways to advance orphan drug development and improve access to life-saving therapies.
“I am honored to be speaking at such a prestigious event alongside powerful industry leaders. I will be speaking about how advanced AI techniques are now making it possible to gather valuable insights about small groups of patients that can lead to novel treatments for rare diseases.” – said Dr. Joseph Geraci, Chief Scientific Officer.
The World Orphan Drug Congress started in 2010 and has solidified its position as the largest rare disease and orphan drug conference, globally. This event will take place over 3 days, including 250+ speakers across 13 themes of content, with engaging networking opportunities. The World Orphan Drug Congress is an inclusive gathering of rare disease stakeholders with over 1,700 attendees from 50+ countries.
Nurosene is an AI healthtech company focused on addressing both acute and non-acute brain-centric conditions. We have developed an ecosystem of innovative products that directly support brain-related conditions. Our world-renowned team and partners are disrupting traditional mental wellness treatments and are positioned at the forefront of critical research and innovations. NetraMark, a wholly owned subsidiary of Nurosene Health Inc., is providing proprietary next-generation AI solutions for pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies across the spectrum of disease.
For more information, visit www.nurosene.com.
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