This is the first time that I’ve seen something that didn’t have the approach of ‘fixing you’ but really understood how to help me
Madeleine, early tester
We are bringing objectivity to mental healthcare for people that want drug-free, personalised and precise care. Starting with ADHD.
Open Roles
We’re so glad you’re here!

We’d love to hear from you if you’d like to join us in pioneering the future of mental health care.

Our open roles are the most impactful ways you can contribute to Neurode right now. 

Don't see your role here? Reach out anyway, your skillset might fit an upcoming role, and we’ll let you know about it.
Imagine what the world looks like when we understand how our brain works. How will that change how we think, relate to each other and how we live? What new technologies will arise? What will be made possible?
That is what we are uncovering at Neurode. A world where we understand our brain, expand our capabilities and never need to choose between symptoms and side effects. 
We do what we say we are going 
to do
Bias to action
We think of an idea and we seek to implement it as fast as we can
Avoid death by WIP
We drive the most critical and needle moving things to completion before focusing on anything else
Radical Candor
We openly question and challenge each other to come up with the best way forward
We seek feedback early & often - unafraid to be rough and incomplete.
Take pride in our craft 
We don’t just box tick, we work to create something impactful, beautiful, that we are proud of. We strive to do the best work of our life, at Neurode.
Meet our founders
Damian, CTO
Damian, CTO, is an electrical engineer and physicist. His background is in the development of optical systems, BCIs and advanced algorithms for signal detection. In under 3 years of development, together with Nat and the team, Damian has taken Neurode from an initial idea, to where it is now, as a clinically-validated product.
Nathalie, CEO
Nathalie, CEO, is a neuroscientist with ADHD. Her background in researching brain stimulation and fNIRS as a brain monitoring technique enabled her to imagine an accessible, user friendly and groundbreaking wearable device, the Neurode Wave. Her first hand experience with ADHD and neuroscience background provided unique insights into limitations of available technologies for ADHD management and how disappointed the ADHD community feels with these existing options. This helped her refine the product and the strategy to make it available to more people with ADHD, sooner.