Research shows that memory health is
closely linked to lifestyle.

We help you understand the current state of your memory and guide behaviors that are scientifically proven to keep your memory sharp and prevent future decline.


Imprint Memory Assessment

The first step in managing your memory health is getting your baseline score. During our 5-minute assessment, you will be shown a series of images clinically derived from a breakthrough study done by Dr. Zola. Nothing is required of you other than paying attention to the images. Our assessment tracks your eye movements and identifies potential abnormalities with your recognition memory, the kind of memory that helps you remember things like people’s names or where you left your keys.

What to Expect

How do I take the assessment?

Our assessment is completely visual - there will be no sound, no questions, and no action required. Just look at the images in front of you on the screen.

How do I get set up?

Once activated, our proprietary computer vision technology tracks and analyzes your eye movements.

How long does it take?

The test itself is only 5 minutes long, but allow for 5-10 minutes of uninterrupted time.

How do I access my results?

After a series of quality checks and analysis, you will receive an email letting you know that your result is ready.

Tracking your memory health

Your Results

You will be able to see where you stand relative to other users and use this as a starting point to track your memory over time.

making changes

Memory Health Program

Lifestyle has been shown to have a big impact on brain health. Exercise, diet, sleep, stress management, and cognitive training can all help protect your brain function. We’re developing a program that offers guidance and easy to use tools to help you incorporate new behaviors or change existing ones. You can measure your progress by taking the Imprint Memory Assessment at regular intervals and see how your baseline score changes.

food focus

Spotlight on Diet

In a study among those who followed a Mediterranean, DASH, or MIND diet, participants who strictly followed any of the diets were around 50% less likely to develop Alzheimer’s Disease. Unlike the other diets where only those who firmly adhered saw preventative benefits, moderate followers of the MIND diet had a 35% reduction in their likelihood to develop Alzheimer's Disease to those who did not follow the diet. Our Memory Health Program will give you the tools to easily follow the MIND diet and receive its memory preserving benefits.

Martha Clare Morris, PhD

Professor of Internal Medicine, Rush Medical College
Director, Section of Nutrition and Nutritional Epidemiology

Nutritional epidemiologist, Dr. Morris, developed and led the research on the MIND Diet at Rush University. Dr. Morris is a member of Neurotrack’s Scientific Board of Advisors.

Improvement in MIND diet patients

1 year program vs. Control Group


Rigorous Adherence

The MIND diet lowered the risk of Alzheimer’s Disease by as much as 53% in participants who adhered to the diet rigorously


Moderate Adherence

People who adhered even moderately to the MIND diet had a reduction in their risk for Alzheimer’s Disease by about 35%.

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