From rapid prototyping, data analysis and software development, to regulatory affairs and entrepreneurship, our staff expertise enables neuroscience innovation to reach the patient.
Quality assurance, clinical and regulatory affairs
Business development and intellectual property
Our state-of-the art facilities at Campus Biotech in Geneva house world-class translational research and support our collaborative efforts with academia and industry. Complementing our portfolio are pre-clinical and clinical platforms available at Campus Biotech and at our collaborating academic institutions and hospitals.
State-of-the-art advanced lightsheet imaging center
Advanced electrical and mechanical engineering design and fabrication
As part of the rich collaborative environment at Campus Biotech, state-of-the-art multi-user platforms - the Neural Microsystems Platform (NMP), the Preclinical Neuroscience Platform (PNP) and the Human Neuroscience Platform (HNP) - make a substantial contribution to the innovative capabilities of the Campus.
POSTPONED Event: The gut-brain axis
Join us for a fascinating journey through the gut and brain as we learn more about the enteric nervous system and discover the latest strategies to restore gut function.Wyss Center
Consortium to develop fully implantable brain-computer interface to enable communication for people with paralysis
Project will push the boundaries of real-time brain-to-speech decoding with artificial intelligence algorithms and a miniaturized, wireless device.Collaboration
Where I work: The shared dream of the ABILITY team
Project manager in Neuroengineering, Shenandoah Montamat, shares her hopes and dreams about the project she is leading, a brain computer interface (BCI) system for applications such as restoration of communication and movement for people with severe paralysisInsight