SynPhNe Patient Trial Sites
SynPhNe a Singapore headquartered organization has developed the world’s first connected wearable solution that trains brain and muscle as ONE to treat medical conditions like Stroke, Cerebral Palsy and other neurology related disorders.
SynPhNe has its Care center in several cities across various cities like Singapore, Mumbai & NCR in India, Durban in South Africa, New Jersey in USA.
Several patients from countries such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Bangladesh, India, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Germany, Switzerland and USA have benefited from SynPhNe’s wearable solution.
This pioneering technology was developed after 10 years of rigorous research in Singapore. It has been clinically validated and is patented in 14 countries across the world.
Subhasis has over 20 years of experience in developing cutting-edge technology, 5 years of practicing therapy and 10 years in clinical research. His diverse background led him to invent and commercialize the world’s first fully wearable and connected brain plasticity training tool that trains Brain and Body as parts of ONE system. SynPhNe is the outcome of his PhD (Biomechatronics) study. He is involved in research in biomechanics, neuroplasticity, movement analysis, learning mechanisms and ageing. He has been a yoga and martial arts practitioner for the past 25 years.
John is currently a faculty at School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Division of Mechatronics and Design, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore since 1999. He received his Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering from Glasgow University (1990), Master and Ph.D. degrees from the Strathclyde University (1991, 1995) respectively. His research interests include rehabilitation, actuated orthoses, multi level haptic interface, systems design, walking machines and autonomous vehicles. He is a committee member of the Singapore IMechE Branch and is Vice President of the Singapore Robotics Games Society.
Tarun is a senior and experienced business executive with in-depth experience and understanding of South Asia, ASEAN, China and Japan markets. He has run P&L responsibilities, Sales, Business Development, Joint Ventures and Strategic Alliances, New Product Development, Distribution, Delivery and Customer Service organizations.
Qualified as a Production Engineer and MBA, Abhijeet has more than 26 years of Marketing experience. This career spans Manufacturing, Sales and Marketing, Strategic Planning & Customer Relationship Management in acclaimed Indian and International Companies such as TATA Motors, Nissan Motor Company & Al-Futtaim Honda. He has helped develop markets from scratch in many countries including India, Sultanate of Oman, U.A.E, Switzerland and Japan. Having managed multi-million dollar businesses abroad, Abhijeet returned to India in 2013 as Group CEO of Autohangar India Private Limited managing retail operations of International brands namely Mercedes Benz, AMG, Honda, Lamborghini and Indian Motorcycles.
Dr. Deopujari is a seasoned and renowned Neurosurgeon from Mumbai with over 30 years of experience. He presently serves as Professor and Head of Neurosurgery at Bombay Hospital Institute of Medical Sciences (Mumbai), Visiting Consultant at Hinduja Gamma Knife Centre (Mumbai), Advisory to BGS Global Hospital (Bengaluru) and Honorary Consultant to the BJ Wadia Childrens’ Hospital (Mumbai). As one of the most experienced Neurosurgeons in India, Dr. Deopujari is known for offering excellent patient care.
With over 25 years of experience, Dr. Patankar is one of the leading Neurologists in Mumbai. He is presently an Honorary Professor in Neurology at K. J. Somaiya Medical College (Mumbai), Visiting Consultant at esteemed hospitals in Mumbai and Navi Mumbai like Raheja Fortis, MGM Hospital and Zen Multi-speciality. Dr. Patankar is also the Programme Director for the European Academy of Neurology, since 2010 and is a member of the American and Indian Academy of Neurology.
Rehabilitation Medicine, Division of Neurology, National University Hospital, Singapore
Motion Analysis Laboratory, Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Boston, USA
Dyslexiasouthafrica.com, Durban, South Africa