SpeechVive Company

The SpeechVive device is based on the research by Jessica Huber Ph.D., at Purdue University who has worked with people with Parkinson’s disease for over 12 years. Jessica received an NIH grant to study the Lombard effect in people with Parkinson’s disease. A 39 patient clinical trial demonstrated that 75% of participants received at least a 2.5 dB increase immediately. Another 15% had similar increased sound pressure levels after wearing the device for 8 weeks. A clinical study funded by the National Institutes of Health demonstrated that 90% of the 39 participants had better speech volume, clarity, and/or rate by the end of the 8-week treatment period
Technology: Others
Industry: Fitness, Hardware, Health Care, Wellness
Headquarters: Lafayette, Indiana, United States
Founded Date: 2011-01-01
Employees Number: 1-10
Funding Status: Seed
Investors Number: 4
Total Funding: $4.5M
Estimated Revenue: $1M to $10M
Last Funding Type: Seed

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