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‘A big deal’: Startup NeuroDyne improves EEG innovation, gears up for $3.4M funding target


When MBJ first spoke to Mark Myers in February 2022, he said the “ever-living hamster wheel” of work had taken up most of his weekend.

Because Myers is still an assistant professor of anatomy and neurobiology at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC). He’s still an adjunct professor at Christian Brothers University (CBU). He’s still a project management consultant for FedEx. And he’s still the leader of NeuroDyne, the Memphis-based medical device startup that’s hoping to make the epilepsy diagnosis process considerably easier for patients.

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