NFL Hall of Famer Quarterback Joins SyncThink Advisory Board

Pioneering brain health analytics company, SyncThink, announces Steve Young will join the company as an advisor. Young will work closely with SyncThink to forge adoption of its FDA-cleared EYE-SYNC technology to, for the first time, enable individuals to work with their physicians and monitor their own brain performance. Young played for fifteen years in the National Football League, was highlighted in San Francisco where he led the 49ers to three Super Bowl championships. A two-time NFL MVP and the 1994 Super Bowl MVP, Young retired in 1999 with a 96.8 career passer rating and was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame in 2005.

 

     Super Bowl MVP,
        Steve Young

A cloud-based virtual reality platform, SyncThink’s proprietary technology assesses brain health in 60 seconds. Using the company’s VR headset to track eye movements, SyncThink can be used now of injury to detect visual impairment, during training to track the pace of recovery, and proactively to monitor brain health. Young has partnered with Silicon Valley Sports Ventures to accelerate SyncThink which continues to expand its robust intellectual property portfolio of 12 granted patents for eye-tracking technology and brain health analytics.

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Early-adopters of SyncThink include Stanford Athletics, all member schools of the Pac 12 Conference, University of Georgia Athletics, University of Texas Athletics, and three-time NBA World Champion Golden State Warriors. For more insights, visit SyncThink.

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