Welcome to Careers at BrainScope
We are a fast-growing neurotechnology company developing an innovative point of care medical device to make more accurate head injury assessments.
Based in Bethesda, MD, BrainScope is a privately held neurotechnology company developing a new generation of handheld, easy-to-use, non-invasive devices designed to aid medical professionals in rapidly and objectively assessing various neurological conditions, with an initial focus on traumatic brain injury (TBI) and concussion assessment. The company has completed over 20 clinical studies at 55 locations, and its technology is featured in 20+ peer-reviewed articles in leading scientific and medical publications. BrainScope has partnered with the U.S. Department of Defense for the development of its TBI assessment technology, and was named both an original recipient and final awardee of the GE-NFL Head Health Challenge I.
The company’s disruptive BrainScope One technology, launched commercially in 2017, will change the way head-injured patients are assessed and managed, providing clinicians – for the first time – a comprehensive, objective and accessible view of a person’s head trauma.
If you are driven to execute, see opportunity in every challenge and are passionate about making a difference in the lives of patients with head injury, BrainScope is the right place for you. Apply today!
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Test Engineer- Contractor (Bethesda, MD)
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