Halo Neuroscience raises $13M to further develop and commercialize neuromodulation headset aimed at inducing “hyperplasticity”


Halo Neu­ro­science rais­es $13m in Series B (Mass Device):

Neu­rostim­u­la­tion device mak­er Halo Neu­ro­science said today it raised $13 mil­lion in a Series B round of financ­ing to sup­port its Halo Sport neu­rostim head­set designed to improve mus­cle mem­o­ry acqui­si­tion from ath­let­ic training.

The fund­ing round was led by TPG and joined by exist­ing investors Lux Cap­i­tal, JAZZ Ven­ture Part­ners and XFund, the San Fran­cis­co-based com­pa­ny said…

The company’s flag­ship device, the Halo Sport, is designed to deliv­er neu­rostim­u­la­tion to the motor cor­tex in a 20 minute neu­ro­prim­ing ses­sion which Halo Neu­ro­science claims induces a tem­po­rary state of hyper­plas­tic­i­ty that allows neur­al path­ways from the motor cor­tex to the mus­cles to be opti­mized and strengthened.”

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