BrainCheck appoints new chief financial, revenue officers

BrainCheck announced today that it appointed Trey Swain as its chief financial officer and Matthew Cerullo as chief revenue officer.

Houston-based BrainCheck, which develops rapid, mobile cognitive assessment and decision support technology, said in a news release that the personnel announcement follows a $10 million Series B funding round completed in November 2021 as the company commits to “world-class executive management and long-term strategic growth.”

Swain joins having most recently served as consulting CFO and SVP of finance at Consero Global. His background covers scaling companies from pre-revenue startups to multimillion-dollar corporations. Having led more than 35 acquisitions on the buy and sell side, Swain is expected to lead BrainCheck to further growth and expansion.

Cerullo most recently worked with sales processes and growth at Real Time Medical Systems, where he worked clo…

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Could BrainCheck’s simple test help COVID long-haulers?

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BrainCheck’s eponymous mobile neurocognitive test can detect dementia and concussion. But it has a new application: post-COVID brain fog.

Developed by neurologists at Baylor College of Medicine’s Eagleman Laboratory for Perception and Action, BrainCheck carries an FDA Class II Software as a Medical Device (SaMD) designation and can be used on a tablet or laptop in person or remotely, according to the Houston-based startup.

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Could BrainCheck’s simple test help COVID long-haulers?

(Image courtesy of BrainCheck)

BrainCheck’s eponymous mobile neurocognitive test can detect dementia and concussion. But it has a new application: post-COVID brain fog.

Developed by neurologists at Baylor College of Medicine’s Eagleman Laboratory for Perception and Action, BrainCheck carries an FDA Class II Software as a Medical Device (SaMD) designation and can be used on a tablet or laptop in person or remotely, according to the Houston-based startup.

Get the full story on our sister site, Medical Design & Outsourcing.

 

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