Neuroscience technology for better brain health
Disorders of the brain, such as Alzheimer’s disease, Schizophrenia, Parkinson’s, depression and mental illness are the world’s primary cause of ill health, resulting in higher costs and more hospitalisations than any other disease group.
World Health Organization
Cambridge Cognition Holdings plc (AIM: COG) is a world leading neuroscience technology company committed to enhancing global research, accelerating treatment development and improving patient outcomes in conditions affecting brain health by optimising the assessment of cognition.
For over 30 years, our software has been at the forefront of digital brain health, supporting clients internationally from renowned research institutions and healthcare providers to leading pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies.
Today Cambridge Cognition has developed a sustainable business, positioned for growth, built upon unparalleled scientific heritage and digital health technology innovation.
- Cambridge Cognition's proprietary technologies include the world's most validated cognitive assessment software, CANTAB®, recognised as an international gold standard and accepted both academically and commercially through thousands of peer-reviewed publications
- Cambridge Cognition has a solid history of financial performance enabling the company to self-fund R&D projects and commercialisation opportunities
- Cambridge Cognition software technologies serve a number of high value growth markets, including pharmaceutical clinical trials, academic and medical research, and digital health
- Cambridge Cognition counts clients in over 100 countries, including the world's top 20 pharmaceutical companies and over 800 academic research institutions.
Our mission is to build a highly valuable business improving brain health worldwide with scientifically proven digital health technologies to enable better research, detection, treatment and prevention.
Dr Steven Powell
Chairman, Cambridge Cognition
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