NeuroFlow

Co-Founder Chris Molaro is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY, and served five years as a Field Artillery Army Officer. He co-founded veteran literacy non-profit, Things We Read, and is now an MBA candidate at The Wharton School of The University of Pennsylvania.

Co-founder Adam Pardes is a graduate of Tufts University, and currently pursuing his PhD in bioengineering at The University of Pennsylvania. He is an InSITE Fellow and president of Penn's chapter of the Society of Bio-Engineering. 

NeuroFlow's software analyzes a patient's physiological response to stressful stimulus in order to better gauge and understand the state of someone's mental health. Patients are outfitted with commercially-available wearables to send biometric data to NeuroFlow's software platform for analysis by a proprietary algorithm.

Founded in 2016

Type of business: Health software

Website: www.neuroflowsolution.com

Key achievements:

  • Received funding from the following: the Wharton Venture Award, Philadelphia Veteran Network's Shark Tank, Penn Innovation-Corps, Wharton Innovation Fund, and PennApps Accelerator. 

Address: 230 N. 21st Street, Suite 909

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103

(P) 347-881-6306

(E) adam@neuroflowsolution.com and chris@neuroflowsolution.com

How you can help: If you are frustrated with what you or your family member is receiving in mental health services, tell your provider you would like an objective measurement to better understand and suggest NeuroFlow! Additionally, if you know any one in the mental health space, whether a social worker, therapist, psychologist or performance coach, to please tell them about NeuroFlow and, of course, feel free to introduce them to the team.

*Revenue and number of employees available upon request.