Ringing the change for tinnitus sufferers
Medtech start-up Neuromod received €8 million in funding earlier this year
Neuromod, a medtech start-up developing a high-tech treatment for tinnitus, will celebrate its tenth year in 2020, but it has yet to fully “educate the market” about what it does, according to its founder.
Ross O’Neill founded the business as a spin-out of Maynooth University, but it is only now that it is starting to make commercial headway in Ireland and overseas, in Germany.
It has developed a medical device called Lenir,...
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