A new tool to understand the brain

Kernel’s Brain-Imaging Helmet Approved For Clinical Trial On Patients Using Ketamine

An LA-based company called Kernel developed a brain-imaging helmet that can track what actually happens in the brain during a psychedelic trip.

The device, called Kernel Flow, was just approved by the FDA to be used in a ketamine trial sponsored by Cybin (CYBN).

Researchers will use the helmet to measure the neurological activity of 15 patients during a ketamine therapy session compared to baseline activity.

Kernel Flow is much less expensive than other brain-imaging tools and allows the patients to move freely during the session.

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