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Neuropace average salary is $177,200, median salary is $177,200 with a salary range from $177,200 to $177,200.
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Family Practice Physician 177,200-177,200 Helena, AR, 72342 2014 Neuropace Family Practice Physician Salaries (1)
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Physician 177,200-177,200 Helena, AR, 72342 2014 Neuropace Physician Salaries (1)
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  • NeuroPace Inc
  • Industry: Medical Equipment
  • City: Mountain View, CA
  • NeuroPace was founded to design, develop, manufacture and market implantable devices for the treatment of neurological disorders by responsive brain stimulation. The company's initial focus is the treatment of epilepsy, a debilitating neurological disorder affecting approximately 1% of the population worldwide. Patients are currently being enrolled in a clinical trial of the company's Responsive Neurostimulator (RNS?) system for treating medically refractory epilepsy.