Scientific Studies In-Progress

The exercise technologies within BrainHQ have been collectively shown throughout many studies on how to improve brain function including:

  • Processing speed
  • Auditory memory
  • Visual memory
  • Safe driving
  • Health-related aspects of one’s quality of life, and more.

Listed below are the studies that are currently in-progress.



BrainHQ for Schizophrenia

Ie-CAeSAR Trial: Evaluation of a Cognitively Adaptive e-treatment in Schizophrenia-diagnosed Adults: A Remediation-based Approach


UCSF, Palo Alto VAMC, University of Texas Health Sciences, University of Miami, UCLA, University of North Carolina, Atlanta VAMC, Philadelphia VAMC, Georgia Health Sciences Center, Duke University Medical School, University of Rochester Medical Center

BrainHQ for Traumatic Brain Injury in Soldiers and Veterans

BRAVE Trial: Broad-spectrum Cognitive Remediation Available to Veterans: Effects of a Brain Plasticity-based Program in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI)

Mount Sinai Hospital, UCSF, Connecticut VA, Boston VA, Walter Reed MMC, Baylor/Houston VA, Tripler Army Medicine Center

BrainHQ for ADHD in children

ONTRAC: Online Neuroplasticity Training-based Remediation of Attention Deficits in Children

All India Institute of Medical Sciences

BrainHQ improves cognitive skills in police officers

Police Trial


BrainHQ and Alzheimer's disease

The AD-AChEI Study


Columbia University, Yale School of Medicine

BrainHQ in healthy aging

Healthy Aging Trial

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

BrainHQ for Tinnitus

Cognitive Training for Tinnitus


University of Buffalo

BrainHQ in schizophrenia

Schizophrenia Trial

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

BrainHQ improves brain speed in HIV-related cognitive decline

Improving Cognitive Speed of Processing in Adults Aging with HIV


University of Alabama, Birmingham

BrainHQ in learning and memory for healthy adults


University of Iowa, Boston VA, UCSF

BrainHQ for Parkinson's disease

Brain Fitness in Parkinson's Disease


University of South Florida

BrainHQ feasibility for HIV-related decline

HAND Trial: Plasticity-based Adaptive Cognitive Remediation program (PACR) for the treatment of HIV-Associated Neurocognitive Disorders

San Francisco AIDS Foundation

BrainHQ for Huntington's disease

Augmenting Neuroplasticity in the Huntington's Disease Brain

Auckland City Hospital, Auckland University of Technology, University of Auckland, University of Waikato, Te Matahiapo Indigenous Research Organisation, University of Iowa

BrainHQ in stroke patients

RESPONSE Trial: Remediation of Spatial Neglect

Washington University, Boston VA, Harvard University / Spaulding Rehab

BrainHQ for PTSD

Cognitive Training for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

SF Veterans Administration Medical Center / University of California, San Francisco


BrainHQ for quality of life in chronic heart failure

Brain Fitness for Improved Quality of Life in Chronic Heart Failure


University of Michigan

BrainHQ for auditory deficits in vets with TBI

Evaluation of Approaches to Auditory Rehabilitation For Mild TBI


Portland VA Medical Center

BrainHQ and vocational therapy for schizophrenia

Combined Cognitive Remediation and Vocational Therapies for Schizophrenia


Yale New Haven Medical Center

BrainHQ for improved cognition in cancer survivors

Brain-Plasticity-Based Cognitive Training in Cancer Survivors with Self-Reported Memory Impairment


University of Toronto

BrainHQ for task engagement in schizophrenia

Improving Task Engagement in Schizophrenia


Columbia University, Yale School of Medicine

BrainHQ for child victims of abuse and neglect

ROCK-ON: Recovery of Cognition in Kids to Overcome Neglect

All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Udayan Foster Care, Lighthouse Foundation

BrainHQ for parolees in a rehabilitation program

Health Right 360

Health Right 360

BrainHQ to increase brain resilience and delay decline


University of Iowa

BrainHQ for improved aging outcomes


UCSF, University of Iowa, University of South Florida

BrainHQ and crash risk among senior drivers

Alabama Senior Driver Study


University of Alabama, Birmingham