• If you or your loved one has been diagnosed with a neurological disorder (e.g., epilepsy, traumatic brain injury, Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis), we want to hear from you.  
  • Please feel free to share your experiences below and we will post it on the “share your story” blog.  We are interested in learning about the challenges you face everyday so that we can fund the development of tools that allow you to live the life you choose
  • Our goal is to find solutions to these challenges through a network of professional and aspiring scientists, engineers, programmers, students, and makers.  
  • All ideas submitted, be they out of the box or unconventional, will be explored. Nothing is off the table (e.g., smart phone apps, data analytics, wearable tech, biomarkers, assistive devices, or any useful tool/invention to help make life work) because your life and your ideas matter. 
  • Examples of patient proposals include, but are not limited to: tools, products, or services that will help you or a loved one. Please fill out a patient proposal on the “contact” page and share your ideas.  Together we will bring science up to the speed of life.

 

 
 Neurology Patient Initiative unmasks innovation at the intersection of the patient/caregiver ideas, donor and investor catalyst, and solver talent.

Neurology Patient Initiative unmasks innovation at the intersection of the patient/caregiver ideas, donor and investor catalyst, and solver talent.

 

PROPOSE A PRIZE CHALLENGE

Contact Name *
Contact Name
Provide a short description of the challenge including project goals and any other information that would help scientists and solvers assess their capability and desire to work on your project.
Now be detailed. What are the solution requirements? What gets it done and what is not good enough? Think specificity/sensitivity, reliability, or invasiveness. . .
 

SHARE YOUR STORY

Tell us if you'd prefer to remain anonymous
Share your story with others. You are welcome to emphasize whatever you chose. If there are struggles you face that our effort can help with, please share those as well. Blog posts can remain anonymous.