Neupulse wearable device for Tourette Syndrome wins Knowledge Exchange and Impact award

February 12, 2024

The University of Nottingham's Knowledge Exchange and Impact Awards recently honoured Professor Stephen Jackson's team at the University of Nottingham and Neurotherapeutics Ltd with the Science Faculty's award for Professor Stephen Jackson's groundbreaking research leading to the innovative Neupulse technology and for Neurotherapeutics Ltd’s work resulting in the Neupulse technology being developed into a wearable device to alleviate symptoms for individuals with Tourette Syndrome.

The award celebrates the project's societal impact, highlighting the device's global potential to positively influence the lives of those living with Tourette Syndrome and their families.

It recognised the collaborative efforts from researchers at the University of Nottingham and the team at Neurotherapeutics Ltd in striving to make a meaningful difference.

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