The BrainScope Co., which develops handheld, noninvasive devices for assessing brain injuries, announced that former Lt. Gen. James Peake, M.D., will join its board of directors and become chairman of its medical advisory board. Peake, 64, was secretary of the Veterans Affairs Department from 2007 to 2009, and was the Army surgeon general for four years before retiring from the military in 2004. BrainScope is working on products that could be used to assess suspected brain trauma in soldiers, athletes and accident victims.Submit a letter to the Modern Physician Reader Blog. Please include your name, title, company and hometown. Modern Physician reserves the right to edit all submissions.
Former Lt. Gen. James Peake, M.D., joins BrainScope Co.
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