Brain Biosciences Overview

  • Founded
  • 2012
  • Status
  • Private
  • Employees
  • 1
  • Latest Deal Type
  • Accelerator/​Inc
  • Latest Deal Amount
  • $203K
Latest Deal Amount
  • Investors
  • 1

Brain Biosciences General Information


Manufacturer of brain imaging devices. The company develops portable medical devices for the diagnosis of Alzheimers disease, Frontotemporal Dementia, Lewy Body Dementia, Parkinson's and other neurological and psychiatric disorders.

Contact Information

Ownership Status
Privately Held (backing)
Financing Status
Accelerator/Incubator Backed
Primary Industry
Diagnostic Equipment
Other Industries
Monitoring Equipment
Primary Office
  • 155 Gibbs Street
  • Unit 520
  • Rockville, MD 20850
  • United States
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Brain Biosciences Valuation & Funding

Deal Type Date Amount Raised to Date Post-Val Status Stage
1. Accelerator/Incubator 16-Jul-2013 $203K 00000 Completed Startup
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Brain Biosciences Executive Team (1)

Name Title Board Seat Contact Info
David Beylin Chief Executive Officer
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Brain Biosciences Signals

Growth Rate

0.80% Weekly
Weekly Growth 0.80%, 93rd %ile
-35.5%. 530%

Size Multiple

219x Median
Size Multiple 219x, 100th %ile
0.00x 0.95x. 413Kx

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Brain Biosciences Investors (1)

Investor Name Investor Type Holding Investor Since Participating Rounds Contact Info
Maryland Industrial Partnerships University Minority 000 0000 000000 0
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