Dr Ross O’Neill, CEO of Irish medical device company Neuromod Devices and Brendan Conlon, chief medical officer

Irish medtech company Neuromod is to begin offering its Irish-made Lenire tinnitus treatment medical device in the United Kingdom and Switzerland, in (...)

About one-quarter of  people with tinnitus report it is distressing and debilitating. It can be linked with social withdrawal, an inability to concentrate, an avoidance of loud places, anxiety, depression or – in about 1 per cent of cases – suicidal ideation.

An Irish made tongue-stimulation device has proved effective in treating 80 per cent of people suffering from tinnitus in clinical trials in Dublin an(...)

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A clinical trial of Irish medtech company Neuromod Devices’s treatment for tinnitus has shown a significant improvement in symptoms after 12 weeks. (...)

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Medical technology company Neuromod Devices has raised €8 million in capital, as it seeks to speed up the commercialisation of its tinnitus treatment (...)

Ross O’Neill of Neuromod Devices with a Mutebutton

For some it’s a high-pitched drone, for others a whooshing, hissing or buzzing. The layman’s name for it is “ringing in your ears”. The medical term i(...)

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton, Sarita Johnston of  Enterprise Ireland and Neuromod Devices chief executive Dr Ross O’Neill, at the launch of mutebutton, a new treatment device for tinnitus.

US ocean energy company Resolute Marine is to create 80 new jobs over the next five years, with the establishment of a European headquarters in Cork.R(...)