Jonah Bernstein’s grandfather was a WW II veteran who spoke more than 40 languages, had a photographic memory and endless stories to tell. After his stroke he could never speak again. “There was just nothing we could do,” Bernstein recounts.
That’s why at the age of 15, Bernstein decided he would dedicate his career to finding a way to help stroke victims. After completing his MBA at Harvard Business School, Bernstein partnered with Alex Turjman, a PhD from MIT in vascular biology, to found Cognition Medical. Together they created a dev...
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