Zentrela Inc., is measuring cognitive impairment using neural signals and machine learning and applying it to cannabis impairment research.
Israel Gasperin, a former international student graduate in McMaster University’s entrepreneurship program founded Zentrela and has been attracted to neurotechnology research since 2016. Last month, Zentrela received $850,000 in government seed funding to build its data-as-a-service platform for the cannabis industry. Their focus is on mapping the effects of cannabis for products like extracts and edibles. They company has been raising funds from government and other non-profit funding agencies including Ontario Brain Institute and Ontario Centres for Entrepreneurs.
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