We are developing high-definition, minimally invasive thin film electrodes for the diagnosis and treatment of various neurological conditions, including epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease (PD) and chronic pain due to failed back surgeries.


Our flexible thin film electrodes leverage a sophisticated automated manufacturing processes that could allow for customized electrodes per physician request.  The innovation in manufacturing could also allow for high-density electrode arrays as well as a variety of electrode designs for many neurological applications.


Cortical or subdural electrodes are used in electrocorticography (ECoG) or intracranial electroencephalography (iEEG) surgeries to monitor, record and stimulate the surface of the brain for up to 30 days. Our Evo cortical electrode portfolio consists of various contact configurations of strip and grid electrodes.

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How NeuroOne's Thin Film Electrode Technology is Different

In comparison to currently available technologies, our electrodes are manufactured with polyimide thin film. Our electrodes are designed to reduce trauma to the brain by allowing a less invasive implant due to the flexibility, thinness and reduced weight of the electrode. Furthermore, the potential to significantly increase the resolution of brain recordings may enable the usage of powerful computing techniques, such as machine learning and artificial intelligence.

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