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Lauren Souders MOT, OTR/L, CBIS, CSRS

Lauren Souders


Lauren Souders

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Lauren Souders is the current Director of Clinical Operations for Neurolutions, Inc., and has been working with Neurolutions since 2012 assisting in the development and clinical evolution applying brain-computer interface technology in the stroke rehabilitation space. Lauren was an integral clinical lead at the infancy of Neurolutions first product, the IpsiHand.

Lauren is also one of the first pioneering occupational therapists to assist in using brain-computer interface technology with stroke patients. Her work has yielded a breakthrough medical technology designation and first ever FDA clearance for a brain computer interface for motor rehabilitation.

Lauren has held other clinical roles as an occupational therapist with advanced certifications as a certified brain injury specialist (CBIS) and a certified stroke rehabilitation specialist (CSRS). Lauren has evaluated and treated patients across the lifespan in a variety of environments. Lauren also served as an adjunct faculty member at Saint Louis University and a clinical specialist for Washington University’s School of Medicine’s Department of Neurology.

Lauren has presented at a number of conferences for the American Occupational Therapy Association and the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine. Lauren continues to serve as a guest lecturer at a number of universities including Saint Louis University and Maryville University. Lauren is the co-founder of NeuroVlog – a company providing evidence based information to assist clinicians in treating neurological patients across the lifespan. Overall, Lauren aspires to innovate creative medical technologies to provide solutions to improve the lives of those who need it the most.

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St. Louis, Missouri
United States


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Profile last updated: February 21, 2023

Listen to Lauren Souders on the OT Potential Podcast

  • Brain Computer Interfaces and OT