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Your Brain Is Unlike Any Other

There are over 7.9 billion people in the world. But your brain is 100% unique even if you have an identical twin. We believe everyone should be able to better understand their own mind.

Who We Are

Throughout our existence, the brain has remained a fascinating enigma—as both the source of human intelligence and the least understood organ in the human body. Over the past several decades, scientists have made great strides to better understand the brain and examine its inner workings which dictate and affect our behavior. At Neurogazer, our mission is to contribute to the advancement of neuroscience and lead innovation in neurobusiness to help people attain a better future.
Through the power of artificial intelligence technologies, we are making neuroscience more accessible to the masses while empowering people to learn more about themselves and how they think—without any personal biases or agendas. When we gain a better understanding of not only who we are, but also why we are the way we are, we obtain the guidance and answers necessary to move forward and shape our future.

Founders

  • Heungyeol Lee
    CEO and Founder
  • Daeyeol Lee
    CSO and Co-Founder

Team Members

Our team consists of various experts who are continuously training in their specialized fields to advance Neurogazer's mission.
  • Aviral Kumar
    Researcher
  • Nate Anderson
    Web Developer
  • Joanne Lee
    Marketing Associate
  • Colin Humphries
    Senior Researcher
  • John Bero
    Researcher
  • Yang Li
    Researcher
  • Souvik Sarkar
    Researcher
  • Snehesh Nag
    Researcher

Neurogazer History

2022
July

Neurogazer opens its primary office space in Baltimore, Maryland.

2021
April

Neurogazer is established as a company-affiliated research institute by the Korea Industrial Technology Association.

Co-Founder Daeyeol Lee receives the 2021 Samsung Ho-am Prize in Medicine.

March

Neurogazer begins developing the Service Platform.

January

Neurogazer participates in the Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience and presents a poster.

2020
January

Neurogazer begins Brain Age Models development.

2019
December

Neurogazer moves to Baltimore, Maryland.

January

Neurogazer completes the first brain map of children and adolescents in South Korea.

2018
December

Neurogazer applies for a patent in one case in the U.S.

August

Neurogazer applies for patents in two cases in South Korea.

June

Neurogazer is certified as an excellent company in technological capability by Korea Enterprise Data (KED).

May

Neurogazer signs an agreement with the Brain Imaging Research Center of the Institute of Basic Science of Sungkyunkwan University.

March

Neurogazer receives research approval by the Institutional Review Board of South Korea under the Ministry of Health and Welfare.

February

Neurogazer introduces the MRI Simulator.

2017
September

Neurogazer is selected for the Business Growth R&D Support Project by the Korea Industrial Technology Association (KOITA).

August

Neurogazer is selected for the TIPS Global Advancement Support Program by South Korea’s Ministry of SMEs and Startups.

May

Neurogazer USA is established in Irvine, California and opens an office in New Haven, Connecticut.

2015
December

Neurogazer is selected for the Tech Incubator Program for Startups (TIPS), an incubating program by South Korea’s Ministry of SMEs and Startups.

Neurogazer receives a venture business certification by the Korea Venture Business Association.

April

First prototype test is conducted.

2014
May

Neurogazer is founded in South Korea.

April

The Science Advisory Board (SAB) is formed.

Science Advisory Board (SAB)

Our Science Advisory Board provides us with advanced knowledge, collaborative research, scientific insights, as well as research validation.
  • Timothy Behrens, Ph.D.
    Professor of Computational Neuroscience, Oxford University, University College London
  • Robert Todd Constable, Ph.D.
    Professor of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging and Neurosurgery & Director of MRI Research, Yale University
  • Timothy Vickery, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences, University of Delaware
  • Hackjin Kim, Ph.D.
    Professor of Psychology, Korea University
  • Kyungil Kim, Ph.D
    Professor of Psychology, Ajou University
  • Hyojung Kang, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor of Life Science, Chung-Ang University

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