MR-Link aims to deliver novel medical devices for physiological recording and stimulation during concurrent magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) based on technologies developed at Purdue University. Imaging, recording, and stimulation are complementary ways to study the structures, functions, and pathologies of the brain. Our products are unique, affordable, and offer a scalable solution to integrate multiple diagnostic imaging techniques and their respective benefits. The company’s long-term goal is developing its technology to deliver an affordable and MRI-compatible EEG system to the clinical human market. The path the company will take to reach this goal is to primarily cater its products to the animal research market to refine the technology for clinical trials, FDA approval process, and ultimately meet the standard required in the clinical setting for human subjects. We at MR-Link believe that our technology will accelerate the progress in the understanding, diagnosis, and prevention of various brain disorders and enable researchers and clinicians to develop novel treatment plans with improved success rates and a better quality of care for patients.
NEWS & UPDATES
MR-LINK SECURES FEDERAL GRANT TO SUPPORT COMMERCIALIZATION
August 14, 2018
MR-Link team secured $30K federal funding from National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), NIH to support their participation in Concept to Clinic: Commercializing Innovation (C3i) Program.
MR-LINK COVERED BY INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS
Purdue Startup Scores Federal Grant
The National Institutes of Health has awarded a nearly $230,000 grant to a Purdue University-affiliated startup. West Lafayette-based MR-Link LLC says it plans to use the funding to further develop its coin-sized device, which aims to help medical professionals conduct MRI scans more efficiently.
NIH STTR AWARD
March 1, 2018
MR-Link has been awarded the NIH STTR grant to continue developing it's multimodal recording technology.
BLACK AWARD RECIPIENT
May 12, 2017
MR-Link secured its first set of seed funds from its success in Black Award Competition coordinated by Purdue Foundry and Elevate Ventures.
April 22 - 27, 2017
MR-Link technology was showcased at the annual ISMRM conference in Hawaii this year. Ranajay Mandal, a Purdue graduate student and co-founder, delivered the well received "power pitch" at the conference.