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’ …