BrainCheck takes well-established neurocognitive tests and turns them into mobile interactive games, offering a snapshot of your cognitive health anytime, anywhere.
BrainCheck was developed at the Eagleman Neuroscience Laboratory at Baylor College of Medicine. Recognized by the scientific community for his groundbreaking work on neurocognitive assessment, Dr. David Eagleman has authored over a hundred peer-reviewed articles and lectured at universities and hospitals nationwide. He brings neuroscience to millions through his New York Times best-selling books and media appearances, including NPR, TED, The Colbert Report, and the PBS series The Brain.
BrainCheck is currently used as a front-line tool at hospitals and clinics in the world’s largest medical center.
BrainCheck’s tests take about 5 minutes and can be administered by anyone. People from all walks of life — kids, seniors, and everyone in between — tell us that BrainCheck is fun!
All data is stored on our HIPAA-compliant cloud servers. You can log in from anywhere and view results on the spot.
Developed by leading neuroscientists at Baylor College of Medicine, BrainCheck takes well-established neurocognitive tests and combines them with tablet technology.
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