A Revolution in Neurological Imaging
This article was originally published in Start Up
Executive SummaryCan brain imaging do for neurology what the human genome project is doing for therapeutics and diagnostics? Thanks in part to new imaging technologies, research on how the brain works is flourishing. But because treatments lag diagnostics, the commercialopportunities are unclear. So far, the biggest opportunities for the capital equipment makers which dominate the imaging industry seem to be in developing upgrades to drive continued demand for existing scanners.
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