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[Global Kinetics in PR Newswire] Global Kinetics Corporation and Parkinson’s Foundation announce first patient enrolled in APPRISE clinical study for optimization of Parkinson’s treatment

Global Kinetics Corporation (GKC), a leader in digital health technology for people with Parkinson’s disease, and the Parkinson’s Foundation today announced that the first of over 400 patients has been enrolled in the GKC APPRISE clinical study. The multi-center, randomized, controlled study will assess the use of the Personal KinetiGraph™ (PKG™) system for identifying patients who require a change to their clinical management plan and the platform’s ability to help improve patient outcomes. Read more on PR Newswire...

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[Global Kinetics in Financial Review] Brandon Capital on board as Parkinson’s smartwatch firm Global Kinetics seeks $30 million

Emerging Australian medtech success story Global Kinetics is raising $20-30 million to keep commercialising its smartwatch-style Parkinson’s treatment device. The company is also working on an expansion into telehealth in partnership with French hospitals and developing an app to give Parkinson’s patients more control over their own treatment. Read more on Financial Review here....

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[Global Kinetics in Fox34] Global Kinetics Corporation to present data on its Personal KinetiGraph (PKG) at the 21st International Congress of Parkinson’s Disease and movement disorders

Global Kinetics Corporation (GKC), a leader in digital health technology for people with Parkinson’s disease, today announced that four abstracts have been accepted to the 21st International Congress of Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders, occurring June 4-8 in Vancouver, British Columbia. The studies presented involve the company’s proprietary Personal KinetiGraph™ (PKG™) technology. Read more on Fox34...

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[Global Kinetics in Financial Review] Aussie medtech company Global Kinetics appoints US CEO

Australian medical technology company Global Kinetics, which makes a smart watch-style device to help treat patients with Parkinson’s disease, has appointed a new chief executive from San Francisco as part of its strategy to help drive the company’s US growth. The leadership change for the business, which makes a device called the Parkinson’s KinetiGraph (PKG) that looks like a smart watch but actually records specific movement data of Parkinson’s sufferers, comes after it raised $14.8 million last year from a range of investors including Brandon Capital Partners, in order to enter the US market. Read more on The Australian Financial Review...

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