We give early-stage patients and dementia caregivers a place
to transform their concerns into personalized care.
Neurocern is a dementia management system that radically changes the way dementia patients are assessed, treated and cared for.
Contrary to popular belief, dementia is not just dementia. Neurocern takes the stance that each patient's dementia is unique and constantly evolving.
Neurocern makes personalized medicine possible for millions of dementia and brain health patients.
We go beyond diagnosis, and generate unique brain profiles with matching care solutions for each patient.
Neurocern covers over 500 unique dementia and brain health conditions.
Transform your many concerns into meaningful highly-personalized care solutions
Manage and coordinate your dementia case load with hyperpersonalized brain health patient information
Improve health outcomes and manage risk
Dr. Anitha Rao is a board-certified behavioral and geriatric neurologist, most recently at the University of California San Francisco Memory and Aging Center. At UCSF, Dr. Rao received fellowship training in memory disorders, dementia, Alzheimer's Disease, and neurodegeneration. She has a Doctorate medical degree from the University of Toledo and a Masters in Medical Anthropology from Case Western Reserve University.
Dr. Rao's interests include neural networks, big data, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and predictive modeling in health information technology. She has published several articles on neurological disease and public health outcomes, and has served as an advisor to the American Academy of Neurology and the American Geriatrics Society.
Marguerite Manteau-Rao is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with extensive experience in the dementia field, particularly in the area of patient and family engagement. She is the Founder of the Presence Care Project and Founder of the Mindfulness-Based Dementia Care (MBDC) program at UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine. Marguerite was co-investigator of a grant that evaluated the effectiveness of MBDC in long-term care. She serves as a consultant and Clinical Director for Lakeside Park Watermark, a residential dementia care community in Oakland, CA. She is a Huffington Post contributor, and the author of the upcoming book ‘Caring for a Loved One with Dementia’ (New Harbinger Publications, 2016). Marguerite has an MBA from University of Chicago, a Masters in Industrial Engineering from Ecole Centrale de Paris, and a Masters in Social Work from Loyola University of Chicago.