A neurotech company
Company Introduction

GYRI is to develop a nanoparticle-based neural interface that will provide stimulation & recording of brain neural activity, as well as its decoding & encoding both at the collective and at the unicellular levels without surgical intervention.

Thanks to this technology GYRI will have a substantial potential in many different areas
  • Neurostimulation
  • Brain mapping & Neurorecording

  • Brain computer interfaces

  • Precision drug delivery

  • Control of axon navigation
  • Neurological diseases treatment

  • Electroceuticals

  • Other ME nanoparticles applications
Zero risk
GYRI nanoparticles will be eliminated from the body without leaving any damages and traces in it
Market Overview

According to the Brain/Neural Computer Interaction Horizon 2020 project, an initiative by the European Commission for coordinating BCI research, six major application themes have been outlined as feasible and promising fields:

1.restore (e.g., unlocking the completely locked-in),

2.replace (e.g., BCI-controlled neuroprosthesis),

3.enhance (e.g., enhanced user experience in computer games),

4.supplement (e.g., augmented reality glasses),

5.improve (e.g., upper limb rehabilitation after stroke),

6.research tool (e.g., decoding brain activity with real-time feedback)

Which will be able to lead project without doubts
Artem Sokolov
Co-founder, Investor, Chief Marketing Officer

Area of interests: Tech Ventures

Over 10 years of investment experience.

Over 35 transactions worth more than $ 50 million.

Successful exits include Asana (IPO), Lemonade (IPO), Palantir (IPO), Digital Ocean (IPO), Coursera (IPO), American Well (IPO), Auto1 (IPO), SoFi (SPAC).

Founder of SKL Tech, a private business incubator developing tech B2C startups.

Managing partner of SOKOLOV

Member of the YPO Association.


Artem Sokolov | LinkedIn

Anton Brilev
Co-founder, CEO & CTO
Expertise: Neurotechnology, Robotics & Mechatronics, Innovation Economics & Management

Over a decade of international experience in the management and financing (investments, funding, granting) of innovation processes throughout the product life cycle, including R&D of cutting-edge technologies & disruptive innovations, venture building, as well as implementation and lean mass production.

Received a Diploma of Engineer (Hons) in Robotics & Mechatronics from Bauman Moscow State Technical University as well as a Master's Degree in Innovation Economics (Hons) from the Diplomatic Academy of Russian Foreign Ministry.
He engineered an exoskeleton with a control system based on EMG and EEG signals.
Has an extensive experience in development management of product innovations including neurotechnology, cognitive systems, quantum sensors, AI hard & software, smart manufacturing, greentech, fintech and others.
Managing partner in Private Equity fund.

Anton Brilev | LinkedIn
Prof. Mikhail Lebedev, PhD
Vice President of Neural Engineering
Expertise: Neuroscience, Neurobiology, Neurophysiology, Multielectrode recordings, Microstimulation
US and Russian scientist in the fields of Neurophysiology and Brain-Computer Interfaces.
Mikhail Lebedev has more than 100 publications. He has a MS degree in Physics from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (1986) and a PhD degree in Neurobiology from the University of Tennessee, Memphis. In 1986-1991, Lebedev conducted research on motor control in Victor Gurfinkel's laboratory at the Institute for Problems of Information Transmission. In 1991-1995, during his stay in Memphis, he investigated single-unit activity in the somatosesory cortex and basal ganglia of awake, behaving primates. In 1995-1996, Lebedev conducted research at SISSA, Trieste, Italy, where he examined plasticity in rat somatosensory cortex. In 1997-2002, Lebedev worked at NIMH, Bethesda, Maryland. He studied cortical mechanisms of memory, attention and motor preparation.
Since 2002, Lebedev is at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina. He develops invasive brain-computer interfaces and that simultaneously decode brain activity and deliver sensory information to the brain using electrical stimulation of nervous tissue. In his studies conducted in nonhuman primates, he showed that the movements of prosthetic and virtual limbs can be controlled directly by the cortical activity recorded with multichannel implants. He also showed that artificial tactile sensations can be generated using electrical microstimulations delivered through the implants placed in the somatosensory cortex. Lebedev recently worked on the development of brain-computer interfaces for whole-body navigation in a motorized wheelchair. Lebedev is an editor at several scientific journals. He won Frontiers Spotlight Award and organized the conference on the augmentation of brain function that was held in Lausanne, Switzerland. In 2017, Lebedev won a megagrant from the Government of Russian Federation, which allowed to open the Center for Bioelectrical Interfaces at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience of the Higher School of Economics. As the Scientific Head of the Center, he supervises the development of bidirectional brain-computer interfaces based on electrocorticographic recordings in humans. Lebedev presented numerous lectures at the scientific meetings held in Russia and around the world.


Mikhail Lebedev – Skoltech Laboratory of Neurophysiology and Neuro Interfaces

Mikhail Lebedev‬ – ‪Google Scholar

Mikhail Lebedev | LinkedIn
Prof. Gleb Sukhorukov, PhD
Vice President of Biomedical Materials
Expertise: Physical Chemistry, Biophysics, Materials Science
UK and Russian scientist in the field of chemistry and physics of materials, engineering.
He holds Chair in Biopolymers at School of Engineering and Materials Science, Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). Graduated from the Physics Department of Moscow State University. In 1994 he defended his Ph.D. thesis at the Faculty of Physics of Lomonosov Moscow State University with a degree in Biophysics and after postdoctoral positions at academia and industry he started his independent research group at Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces in 2001 with help of Sofja Kovalevskaja Award of Alexander von Humboldt Foundation until he moved to QMUL in 2006.
He initiated research on layer-by-layer assembled polyelectrolyte capsules with most research outcome relevant to development of multifunctional drug delivery systems enabling encapsulation of various substances in capsules of defined size with triggered release induced by light, magnetic field and ultrasound. In 2014 he created a laboratory "Remotely controlled systems for theranostics" at SSU im. N.G. Chernyshevsky in the framework of the Russian Megagrants program (4th competition). Member of the Steering Committee of the International Association of Russian-Speaking Scientists RASA and President of the European Section of this Association in 2014-2015.
He was named among top-10 world known scientists of Russian origin by Forbes (Oct'2011).
Gleb Sukhorukov served as visiting professor in IMRE, Singapore, Skoltech, Saratov State University (Honorary professor) and Northwestern Polytechnic University, Xian, China (Adjunct Professor).


Gleb Sukhorukov – QMUL School of Engineering and Materials Science

Gleb Sukhorukov‬ - ‪Google‬ Scholar
Prof. Alexander Tishin, PhD
Vice President of Magnetoelectric Biomedical Systems
Expertise: General physics, Nanoscale magnetism, Сondensed matter physics
Prof. Alexander Tishin is a professor at M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, a founder of the AMT&C Group, and the Vice President of the Magnetic Society of Russia (MAGO).
In 2000-2001, he worked at Ames Laboratory as a Visiting Scientist (Iowa State University, USA). In 1998-2000, as a Principal Investigator, he led projects on the development of new magnetic materials for magnetic memory within the framework of grants from the SBIR program. He is also a member of a row of working groups, the Supervisory Boards and several organizing committees of international scientific and technological conferences. Reviewer of articles for Nature, JMMM, J. Alloys and Compound.
Prof. Tishin is author and co-author of 2 books, 3 book chapters, more than 200 scientific publications in refereed journals and more than 50 patents. His works gave significant impulse in the developing of magnetocaloric materials and magnetic refrigeration.


Alexander M. Tishin - Physics Fuculty of Moscow State University

Alexander M. Tishin‬ - ‪Google Scholar‬


Dmitriy Negrov

Head of Computer & Electronics Engineering

Expertise: IC design, Computing, Solid-state physics, Neurointerfaces

Russian scientist and engineer working in fields of electronics, computing, and solid-state physics.

Graduated from the Department of Physical and Quantum Electronics of Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) in 2010. He holds the position as the Head of MIPT Shared Resources Facility, which provides microfabrication capabilities for internal and external users, focusing on fields of microelectronics, integrated photonics, and quantum technologies. In 2016 he founded the Laboratory of Neurocomputing Systems, which focuses on research in the fields of specialized hardware accelerators for AI and high-performance computing, novel hardware-software co-design methodologies, and emerging computing technologies, such as in-memory processing and mixed-signal data processing. As the head of the Laboratory, he leads the development of reconfigurable AI accelerator IP blocks and created new approaches for high-level hardware synthesis approaches using declarative hardware descriptions and user and AI-driven transformations. His teams in the Laboratory successfully taped out 6 chips, including specialized computing accelerators and specialized mixed-signal integrated circuits based on RISC-V cores and high-performance accelerators.

He also works on the development of advanced memory and data storage systems, mainly based on ferroelectric and resistive storage cells. The first in the world IC incorporating transition-metal-based embedded FRAM was successfully developed and successfully taped out in 2019 under his leadership.

His interests also include neural interfaces and coherent quantum systems. His teams developed in-vitro microelectrode array systems with optogenetic capabilities and in-vivo neural interfaces based on microfabricated flexible high-io count electrodes. He also works on the development of fabrication technology for highly integrated superconducting-based quantum computing systems.


Dmitriy Negrov - Researchgate

Dmitriy Negrov - Scopus

To develop and certify biocompatible non-toxic magnetoelectric nanoparticles for their implementation in Medical and Research Centers to provide next-level MRI, MEG, MPI and TMS services as well as precision drug delivery and other services using ME nanoparticles

To develop and certify the 1st gen compact external interface (Helmet 1) based on passive sensors for interaction with ME nanoparticles


To develop and certify the 2nd gen compact external interface (Helmet 2) based on active sensors for interaction with ME nanoparticles

To develop and certify wireless
active nanoimplants.


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Hermosa Beach, CA, USA

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