Delivering superior technology for improved brain imaging

Advancements in the understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of brain disorders are supported by access to improved functional magnetic sensing and imaging technology, but current devices are invasive, expensive, or limited in their ability to accurately measure neural function.

Our story

FieldLine Medical was born from the desire to create a compact, wearable imaging technology that enables high-resolution, real-time brain scanning at a fraction of the cost. This new technology is poised to transform the field of neuroscience and mental health medicine by improving the way brain disorders are studied and diagnosed.

Through partnering with the research and medical communities, we believe that magnetoencephalography (MEG) technology can shape a better future for diagnosis and treatment of brain disorders. We welcome the opportunity to discuss how we can work with you to provide solutions in support of this mission.

Meet our founders

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Orang Alem


Orang Alem, PhD, has devoted his career to designing, developing, and troubleshooting some of the world’s most sensitive optically-pumpedmagnetometers (OPM). His focus is to bring OPM technology to the medical and research markets to transform the way brain disorders are studied, diagnosed, and treated.

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Svenja Knappe


Svenja Knappe, PhD, has been developing miniaturized OPMsand microfabricated quantum sensors for over 20 years in academia, government, and industry. Her work in optimizing sensors for use in non-invasive imaging has been conducted in close collaboration with users in the field. She has a PhD in physics and holds a faculty appointment in the Mechanical Engineering Department at the University of Colorado, Boulder.

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K. Jeramy Hughes


Jeramy Hughes, PhD, embraces innovation and possesses an entrepreneurial spirit. With a PhD in atomic physics, Jeramy has served in several startup companies, helping to bring nearly a dozen quantum devices to market. His passion is understanding the complexities of the physical world and using his knowledge to positively impact the medical and research communities.