Developer of game for children with ADHD seeking €750,000

Cortechs is a Dublin company combining gaming with neurofeedback to help improve focus in children with ADHD

15th April, 2018
Áine Behan, founder and chief executive, Cortechs Picture: Fergal Phillips

Cortechs, the Dublin company combining gaming with neurofeedback to help improve focus in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), is seeking funding of €750,000 ahead of plans to begin clinical trials in Ireland and overseas.

The company has been selected as one of two finalists in the Bridge to MassChallenge competition run by Cork County Council, in conjunction with US start-up accelerator MassChallenge.

Boston-based MassChallenge offers participating start-ups zero-equity investment from a $2 million...

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