Ehab Shakour is a co-founder and CTO of Innosphere. Ehab is a distinguished electrical engineer that acquired his B.Sc with honors from Israel’s institution of technology where he specialized in computer architecture and nano-technology. During his studies Ehab worked at Intel designing digital circuitry, and afterwards Ehab took a key role as Core-lead in the Qualcomm SOC for mobile devices, and then as a VLSI architecture and design engineer in CSR’s automotive platform.
Furthermore Ehab became Israel’s youngest patent attorney, and he worked at Webb&Co. focusing on medical devices and wearable technologies, and lead the computing and electronics activity of the firm.
Ehab Co-founded Innosphere with the vision of making a positive impact on the quality of life of millions of children suffering from ADHD worldwide. Ehab and his team are developing an innovative electrical brain stimulation device enabling Cutting edge research in the field of Nuero-stimulaiton and carving the path for a future home therapeutic device for ADHD and other cognitive disorders.
Today’s research device is tomorrow’s therapy device
The world of Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation is experiencing a massive acceleration: there are numerous fields that are attempting to combine NIBS for treating ailments ranging from clinical depression to chronic pain and even ADHD.
The number of Transcranial Current Stimulation devices entering the market lately, shows a lot innovation in the field, as well as the potentially ground-breaking integrations with technologies such as EEG, and TMS.
Collaborations between academy and industry is a driving force that’s bringing the TCS to new levels. New technology enables cutting edge research and new discoveries are driving the need for better technologies, in time this leads to therapeutic devices available for the medical community and the public.
Novostim is a great example of such a technology: enabling cutting edge research in the field of TCS while generating new findings that are leading the way to therapeutic solutions for cognitive disorders including ADHD.
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