Neuroscience Technologies SLP

Neuroscience Technologies, a biomedical company with expertise in human pain neurophysiology that helps the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries in assessing their new analgesic compounds with the use of objective biomarkers of spontaneous pain. Founded in 2005, Neuroscience Technologies opened a subsidiary in London in 2011, where it offers clinical human studies.

NT is embedded in the Science Park of Barcelona (PCB). The aim of the Park is to bring together public and private research environments, facilitating transfer of knowledge and innovation between the University and research environment and the business world. Created by the University of Barcelona in 1997, the PCB was the first Science Park in Spain and today we are an international benchmark for the promotion of innovation with more than 2,000 professionals.

The Park is currently home to three research institutes and about 70 companies and other organisations, offering furnished and non-furnished laboratories, as well as offices on a rental basis and a range of associated services. The PCB also organises activities promoting scientific culture and encouraging new scientific vocations in which nearly 4,500 people participate every year.

Staff members

Jordi Serra

Supervisor of ESR 4 and 5

Expertise

Conventional neurophysiology microneurography implementation of signalling analysis software. Co-founder of the Pain Medicine Section of AAN;Founder of the Special Interest Group on Neuropathic Pain of the Spanish Society of Neurology; National Delegate of EFNS Pain Panel.

More than 100 papers in international peer reviewed journals.

Supervisor of more than20 Ph.D. students or experienced researchers in various capacities.

Romà Solà

Co-supervisor of ESR 4

Expertise

Conventional neurophysiology microneurography implementation of signaling analysis software.  Member of IASP and SfN.

More than 10 papers in international peer reviewed journals.

Supervisor of more than 10 experienced researchers in various capacities.

Elizabeth Garcia

Co-supervisor of ESR5

Expertise

Neuroscience, Cell Biology, Animal Models, Cell electrophysiology. Member of SfN.

More than 50 papers in international peer reviewed journals.

Supervisor of 10 experienced researchers in various capacities.