JACKSON HOLE — Gov. Matt Mead and Wyoming Department of Health director Tom Forslund joined Phillip Low, CEO of neurotechnology company NeuroVigil Inc, in signing a memorandum of understanding aimed at utilizing NeuroVigil’s innovations to solve challenges for Wyoming residents.
The announcement was made at the fifth annual Wyoming Global Technology Summit in Jackson Hole. The goal is to pursue an agreement between Wyoming and NeuroVigil to become the first state in the U.S. to receive statewide access to Low and his neurotechnology brain accelerator’s disruptive innovations.
“Access to health care is a challenge in rural parts of Wyoming,” said Mead in a news release. “Technology, like the accelerator Dr. Low and his team at NeuroVigil are working on, is starting to offer us tools to address some of the challenges in providing health care to all Wyoming residents.”
The MOU outlines a timeline in which the state and NeuroVigil will identify resources and mutual opportunities by November 27.