Winning N.L. startup develops software for Parkinson's testing and treatment
PragmaClin won the $25,000 top prize this week at the Mel Woodward Cup, a competition for early stage startup businesses connected to Memorial University.
PragmaClin planning clinical trial within the next 6 months
He was recently diagnosed with Parkinson's; she was studying the antioxidant properties of blueberries trying to find a cure.
They met at a conference in 2019, and now entrepreneur Gord Genge and PhD student Bronwyn Bridges are building a business and looking to make a difference in the diagnosis and treatment of the disease.
PragmaClin won the $25,000 top prize at the Mel Woodward Cup this week — a competition for early stage startup businesses connected to Memorial University.
Watch how PragmaClin's remote monitoring system works in the video above.