Awards & Recognition

2012 Medical Design Excellence Award

Award Name: 2012 Radiological and Electromechanical Device Gold Winner
Date Awarded: 01/01/2013

The BodyTomportable CT scanner was named the Gold Winner of the prestigous Medical Design Excellence Award. The MDEA competition is the premier awards program for the medical technology community, 

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2012 Frost & Sullivan #1 Rating in "Product Leadership" in the North American Critical Care Technologies Area

Award Name: Frost & Sullivan Product Leadership
Date Awarded: 07/16/2012

This recognition is founded on extensive research by Frost & Sullivan and is a true reflection of the excellent work companies have been doing in the area of product innovation, product features and functionality, product quality, and customer value enhancement within the Critical Care Technologies Area.

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2011 Orthopedics This Week Best New Technology

Award Name: Thorocolumbar Care
Date Awarded: 11/08/2011

The BodyTom™ was awarded the 2011 Orthopedics This Week Best New Technology in the area of Thoracolumbar Care. This annual award rewards inventors, engineering teams, surgeons and their companies who’ve created the most innovative, enduring and practical products in 2011 to treat back pain.

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2007 SBANE New England Innovation Award

Award Name: SBANE New England Innovation Award
Date Awarded: 01/03/2009

NeuroLogica was recognized as one of the Seven Massachusetts technology companies for business innovation from the Smaller Business Association of New England (SBANE).

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2006 Frost & Sullivan North American Medical Imaging Product Innovation of the Year Award

Award Name: Medical Imaging Product Innovation of the Year
Date Awarded: 01/02/2009

This recognition is founded on extensive research by Frost & Sullivan and is a true reflection of the excellent work companies have been doing in the area of product innovation, product features and functionality, product quality, and customer value enhancement within the Medical Imaging Industry.

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Business Week’s Top 10 Life Saving Medical Devices of 2006

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Date Awarded: 
01/01/2009

From Bench Top to Bedside. The CereTom was recognized as the latest crop of medical devices focusing on the needs of both doctor and patient and reflecting the latest in science and technology advancements 

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2006 Medical Design Excellence Award

mdeaAward Name: 2006 Radiological and Electromechanical Device Gold Winner
Date Awarded: 04/26/2009

The CereTom portable CT scanner was named the Gold Winner of the prestigous Medical Design Excellence Award. The MDEA competition is the premier awards program for the medical technology community, recognizing the achievements of medical product manufacturers and the many people behind the scenes engineers, scientists, designers, and clinicians who are responsible for the groundbreaking innovations that are changing the face of healthcare.

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