Majid Fotuhi built his First brain out of wood and foam. It was the best way, he thought, to help his fellow students at Harvard grasp how complex and beautiful the organ is. Fotuhi hired a pair of art-school students for the summer of 1993, and millimeters at a time, they sketched a dead human’s brain that Fotuhi schlepped back and forth between the neuroanatomy lab and the art studio across campus.
eVox Brain Map is operated by Evoke Neuroscience, a medical device company dedicated to developing and delivering the most important advances in brain science. Market leader in brain assessment and training, Evoke Neuroscience’s goal is to improve patient’s health, performance, and quality of life with cognitive clinical tools that are accessible, affordable, and easy to use. Formed in 2009 by research scientists, clinicians, medical doctors, and entrepreneurs, Evoke has been honored with Inc500 and TransTech200 awards for innovative work in the field.