Rewire Neuroscience is a Portland startup focused on empowering the future of neuroscience by providing products that are affordable and custom designed. We offer an array of laboratory equipment, ranging from freezer monitoring to social operant chambers, built to customer specifications.
Rewire Neuroscience is dedicated to empowering the future of neuroscience. Our goal is to help early stage scientists get ahead in a competitive research landscape. We develop products that are well built, affordable, and designed by neuroscientists who use the product. Rewire Neuroscience spun out of Washington State University in 2016 based on rodent behavioral analysis technology developed by neuroscientists Dr. John Harkness and Ryan Todd. This technology is incorporated into a laboratory apparatus that is being developed for commercialization by Rewire Neuroscience.
John Harkness received his PhD in Behavioral Neuroscience at Oregon Health & Science University. He has worked in mouse, rat, and primate behavior laboratories for 11 years, has published 10 peer-reviewed articles, one textbook chapter, and delivered over two dozen conference presentations on behavioral neuroscience. Additionally, he is an experienced software and web developer.
Ryan Todd has a Master’s degree in Whole-Systems Design from Antioch University. He has managed rodent behavior laboratories for 7 years, is experienced in electrical engineering and product development. Before moving to the Portland area, Ryan worked as the COO of a sustainable management consulting startup in Seattle, WA.
We’re growing fast! Rewire was awarded a Commercialization Gap Fund from Washington State University to help develop and validate our Sleep Fragmentation Platform. We are developing new products in our laboratory apparatus division, as well as working hard on multiple web platforms and network backend. If you would like to know more about joining our team, check out our careers page.
Rewire Neuroscience produces an array of behavioral and laboratory equipment built to customer specifications. Currently, we offer several products that range from sleep fragmentation chambers and social operant chambers, to freezer temperature and power monitoring.
Find us at the 2017 Society for Neuroscience meeting in Washington DC, and check back soon for a complete catalogue of our product offerings.
For more information on how Rewire Neuroscience can benefit your research, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org