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NeuroLeap in list of India’s top 50 most disruptive startups, YourStory

Updated: Jan 29

YourStory’s Ranking of the Top 50 Most Disruptive Startups spotlights companies with groundbreaking ideas that are creating a deep impact for good with the help of technology. NeuroLeap made it to this list



Mapping neurological brain function to address mental disorders.

Championing the human brain’s many wonders is Mumbai-based startup NeuroLeap, founded by Kumaar Bagrodia in 2017. It uses technology to understand the brain and enhance its ability to perform at an optimal level.

At the startup’s centres in Mumbai and Delhi, the NeuroLeap Brain Function Assessment is priced at Rs 25,000. An individual wears the brain-computer interface (BCI) hardware with sensor points that read the brainwave activity for around 30 minutes. The data collected is compared against a global database of reference values by neuroscientists.

After studying and analysing the data, a customised protocol is created for each clients which is later followed by sessions of neurofeedback, which cost Rs 10,000 each.

After clocking a number of patients in the past two years, the startup is now gearing up for growth and has raised angel funding from Rajashree Birla, Chairperson, Aditya Birla Centre for Community Initiatives and Rural Development, and Sminu Jindal, MD, Jindal Saw and Founder Chairperson, Svayam.

The startup has also collaborated with certain stakeholders in the US who are backed by NASA, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), National Institutes of Health (NIH), and the US Army. If that’s not all, some parts of NeuroLeap’s technologies are registered with the US Food and Drug Administration.


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