Scottsdale eyes ASU spinoff tech to detect Alzheimer’s, Cerebral Palsy and other diseases


Scottsdale eyes ASU spinoff tech to detect Alzheimer’s, Spastic paralysis then various other diseases

Feb 11, 2015

Given by Saccadous
Saccadous, a Scottsdale-based biotech company, is (delegated right) CTO Hector Rieiro, COO then co-founder Wiley Larsen then Chief Executive Officer then co-founder Craig Caffarelli.
Saccadous, a Scottsdale-based ASU spin-off company, has actually an eye tracker tech machine who utilizes eye movements to detect neurological diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease, Cerebral Palsy, Parkinson’ …
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