NeuroLeap, the Mumbai-based neuroscience startup, has raised funding from Rajashree Birla, chairperson, Aditya Birla Centre for Community Initiatives & Rural Development, and Sminu Jindal, MD, Jindal SAW.
The startup which uses advanced brain computer interface-based technology to understand brain activity, said it will use the funds to scale up its operation across the country. The company didn’t disclose the amount of money it raised.
Company founder Kumaar Bagrodia said it has helped clients with various mental health disorders such as anxiety, clinical depression, and insomnia lead healthier lives.
“People suffer from disorders like clinical depression for decades, but our solution has been proven to help patients over a period of a few months,” said Bagrodia.
“We will look to make this solution more accessible in the future, but even today we can deliver far better results than other methods for treating mental health conditions,” he said.