Neurotrack combines validated science with cutting-edge technology to help you manage the health of your memory.

Discover the 30 years of research behind our assessment and recommended lifestyle interventions.

The foundation

Eye movements reveal insights into your memory

Research has shown that eye movements offer unique insights into cognitive function, a reflection of how well our brain is working. Tracking the speed, direction and patterns of eye movements is particularly useful for evaluating the health of our memory. Eye tracking assessments are now being used by physicians and scientists to monitor cognitive performance in people of all ages.

Stuart Zola, PhD

Neuroscientist, Professor
Co-Director, Emory Alzheimer's Disease Research Center

One of the nation’s leading neuroscientists, Dr. Zola has dedicated his career to studying cognitive function. His research on memory loss, mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's Disease culminated in a breakthrough 2012 study that showed that eye movements reveal important information about the state of our cognitive health and potential for decline.

The Imprint™ Memory Assessment

See how your computer’s camera tracks your eye movements.

At Neurotrack, our neuroscientists, neuropsychologists and engineers have developed the Imprint Memory Assessment based on Dr. Zola's breakthrough research. Taken online, the assessment offers advanced eye tracking technology in the comfort and privacy of your own home.

During the assessment, your computer’s camera (webcam) tracks your eye movements as you respond to a series of images on your screen. From there, Neurotrack’s proprietary computer vision algorithm extracts the pattern of your eye movements and analyzes the data to give you a baseline score of your memory health. Periodic follow-up assessments help you track any changes that occur over time.

improvement is possible

You can reduce your risk for memory decline

Some risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease cannot be changed, like your genetics or age. However, research shows that lifestyle has a lot to do with brain health. Mounting evidence suggests that risk factors like physical inactivity and smoking can be modified to reduce your risk for developing dementia. The FINGER study (The Finnish Geriatric Intervention Study to Prevent Cognitive Impairment and Disability) is a multi-year study that found that among 1,200 adults at risk for cognitive decline, those who engaged in lifestyle changes such as diet, exercise, and cognitive training demonstrated better cognitive performance after two years than those who did not. Our Memory Health Program is modeled after the FINGER study intervention but is delivered digitally, requiring no in-person visits.

Miia Kivipelto, MD, PhD

Professor of Clinical Geriatric Epidemiology
Karolinska Institute

Dr. Kivipelto is one of the world’s leading experts in Alzheimer’s prevention and is the architect of the FINGER study. She guides the development of our Memory Health Program.

Cognitive Improvement in FINGER Study Patients

Control group vs. 2 year program


Overall Improvement

As measured by the Neuropsychological Test Battery (NTB) - a composite of standardized tests used in clinical psychology


Executive Function

The ability to plan, manage and perform routine tasks and use rational judgement in decision making


Processing Speed

The rate at which a person can take in new information, reach some judgement on it and then formulate a response

Neurotrack’s Memory Health Program

Working with Dr. Kivipelto, Neurotrack is developing a digital program that focuses on the five key areas that are known to impact brain health: exercise, diet, sleep, stress, and cognitive training. We’ll help you learn how to integrate positive habits into your life and track your memory health over time, all on your own schedule and from your own home. The personalized program is structured to meet your unique needs throughout your journey towards long-term cognitive health.

A pilot study on the Memory Health Program demonstrated improvements in cognitive function, depression, and anxiety levels among older adults who participated in the program for one year. Additional studies are underway to further study the long-term effects of the Memory Health Program.

research partners

Advancing the science

The science behind memory health is constantly evolving. We partner with leading institutions to help advance today’s knowledge of how memory loss can be measured and prevented.

Richard S. Isaacson, M.D.

Director of the Alzheimer's Prevention Clinic,
Weill Cornell Memory Disorders Program

Dr. Isaacson is one of the most well-recognized clinicians in Alzheimer’s prevention in the United States. He uses the Imprint Memory Assessment in his clinic to assess his patients’ cognition and uses behavior change to help them protect their memory.


Taking steps to preserve or improve your memory

The science of brain health and memory loss continues to develop. Until recently, the only memory tests offered were conducted in laboratories or by specialists in certain clinicians' offices. At Neurotrack, we’re able to give people anywhere in the world access to tools and technology that provide deep insight and information about their brain and memory health.

Similarly, lifestyle interventions that target memory health have been primarily limited to research settings, making them difficult for people to access. Through our digital therapeutic, the Memory Health Program, you can access a science-backed intervention through an app that can be downloaded onto a smartphone or tablet. At Neurotrack we leverage readily available technology to increase access to cognitive assessment and intervention.

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