Eye movements may be key in detecting brain injury, concussion

Huffington Post
Dr. Samadani had finished her residency and was conducting clinical trials for brain injury when a colleague suggested using eye-tracking as an outcome measure. They began working on their technology, now known as EyeBOX™, in the summer of 2011 and applied for their first patent in 2012, which was issued in spring 2017. Dr. Samadani explained that a concussion can disrupt eye movements in at least two ways: through elevating intracranial pressure, and by physiological disruption of neurologic pathways — not bad enough that pressure goes up, but it causes irritation.
Posted on BrainLine August 3, 2017