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Henry M. Jackson Foundation Expands Eye-Tracking Partnership with Neurolign Technologies to Advance Neurological Military Medicine

Toronto, Canada – November 23, 2021The ongoing partnership employs Neurolign’s proprietary eye-tracking technology for use in research on traumatic brain health in veterans and active-duty service members

Neurolign Technologies™, the global leader in clinical eye-tracking and neuro-functional diagnostic testing, today announced the expansion of an ongoing strategic partnership with the Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine. The Henry M. Jackson Foundation has utilized Neurolign’s Dx 100™ eye-tracking goggles since 2018 to conduct research on traumatic brain injury, PTSD, and other brain-related effects of combat on service members, and this partnership expansion will aid in the continuation of those research efforts.


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