Neurovella Brain Spa
Neurovella is an applied neuroscience company and the sister organization to INI. The partnership with Neurovella allows INI to analyze brain function data as Neurovella functions as a "brain observatory," capturing EEG waveforms, eye-tracking data, and patient reported outcomes.
Neurovella aims to be an independent sanctuary for neurologic technology, research, and development. Through research, we plan to help them transform this technology into better brain performance, memory/cognitive enhancement, and self-directed neuroscientific and introspective discovery.
Neurovella aims to:
Advance the understanding of complex neurological processes through real and objective methods based on sound scientific principles
Bridge gaps of interdisciplinary knowledge through collaborative neuroscience
Innovate with technology to restore, optimize, and enhance functional performance of the nervous system
Help humanity become more self aware of vital neurologic functions for our evolution and survival
Robot Assisted Surgery
INI is proud to have been part of the first robot assisted spine surgery in Los Angeles performed at West Hills Hospital & Medical Center with neurosurgeon Amir Vokshoor MD and Dean Wilson PA.
MazorX by Mazor Robotics combines data-analytics to optimize performance in the operating room. The MazorX robot uses a specialized CT scan to reconstruct a 3D rendering of the patients spine, which surgeons can use to pre-plan screw placements. Intra-operatively, the robot is temporarily secured to the patient's spine to adjust for any movement or repositioning. Based on software analysis from the preoperative CT and a secondary fluoroscopic image of the surgical region of the spine, the surgical arm of the MazorX repositions for precision guidance during screw placement.
The Innovation Space
The Innovation Space will serve as a catalyst for collaboration between clinicians, scientists, and industry partners to come together and discuss innovative ideas to solve today's most pressing issues in brain and spine health. We have entered a pivotal phase of neuroscientific discovery. Our hope is to use this platform to advance the quality of many lives.
We are seeking board members and partners who can contribute broadly and responsibly to our cause and are strategic in their approach to solving problems.
By bringing together different groups with their own unique strengths, we hope to bridge synaptic gaps to allow creative solutions from different perspectives.