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Blackrock NeuroMed will demonstrate its portfolio of revolutionary Cervello EEG / LTM technology during the annual American Academy of Neurology (AAN) Meeting held in Washington DC from April 20-23, 2015.

“Central to our company’s mission is unraveling the mystery of what causes different neurological disorders,” said Andrew Gotshalk, CEO Blackrock NeuroMed. “We look forward to attending this year’s AAN Conference so our team can demonstrate the potential of this highly-advanced technology that we believe will revolutionize diagnosis and therapy of epilepsy.”

The Cervello EEG/LTM Systems combines a full range of research and clinical capabilities.  The Cervello Systems are ideally suited for LTM in Epilepsy, Invasive and Stereo-EEG recording. System features include up to 256 channels, marco- and micro-electrode recording, high sampling rates, remote monitoring capabilities, Bluetooth wireless connectivity and full HD video recording.

Tom Keener, VP of Sales and Heidi Schultz, Regional Sales Manager will be at the NeuroMed Booth #1617 providing real-time demonstrations April 20-23.

In an interview with Blackrock NeuroMed’s CEO, Andrew Gotshalk, Medical Design Technology highlights the Cervello EEG technology.



Blackrock NeuroMed is pleased to support the 68th Annual meeting of the American Epilepsy Society (AES), December 5-8, in Seattle, Washington.

Along with a new exhibition booth highlighting the complete  product line, Blackrock NeuroMed is pleased to announce the addition of new team members due to continued company growth.  The newest team member is a local field-support representative in the Seattle area to support a NeuroMed installation at one of the largest hospital groups in the greater Seattle, Washington area.

Furthermore, we will have news to share with all of our visitors about the past year’s success in growing our installation base around the United States.   Please stop by to see us during the AES Annual Conference at Booth 817, Washington State Convention Center.

Last month, Blackrock NeuroMed was very pleased to be a partner and supporter of the revealing of the new USC Neurorestoration Center.

During the one day symposium, leading physicians and researchers from around the world presented their work – along with ambitious plans and goals for the future.

The new Neurorestoration Center has positioned USC, Ranchos Los Amigos and their collaborative facilities to be leaders in the development and implementation of the latest patient care techniques offered by today’s ever expanding field of neurotechnology.

More can be read about the USC Neurorestoration Center here:

USC Neurorestoration Center