Validating a Portable Device for Blinking Analyses through Laboratory Neurophysiological Techniques
These results demonstrate a high accuracy and reliability of a blinking analysis through this portable device, compared with standard techniques. EyeStat may make it easier to record blinking in research activities and in daily clinical practice, thus allowing large-scale studies in healthy subjects and patients with neurological diseases in an outpatient clinic setting.
Cogent Publication. Normative Blink Reflex Data for the EyeStat Device in Student Athletes
The blink reflex presents a promising, objective, neurophysiologic measure for use in sports-related concussion diagnosis and monitoring. The purpose of this study was to describe blink reflex metrics obtained using the EyeStat across various demographic factors in a group of healthy high school and collegiate athletes.
PI Dena Garner's Abstract Chosen for Presentation at 2021 Sports Concussion Conference
Blinkcns Principal Investigator Dena Garner's abstract, “Pilot Study to Assess Changes in the Blink Reflex Across Age”, has been accepted for presentation for the 2021 Sports Concussion Conference, which will be held virtually on July 30 and July 31. Abstract presentations will be hosted in an exciting, virtual, poster hall.
Blinktbi Named One of Charleston's Best Tech Startups of 2021
Blinktbi has been recognized for the second year as one of Charleston's best tech startups by The Tech Tribune. In doing their research, The Tech Tribune considers several factors including, but not limited to, revenue potential, leadership team, brand/product traction, and competitive landscape.