True to the goal of releasing products that were game changers, Lifelines introduced its iEEG software in 2013 with Kvikna Medical, the first EEG cloud FDA-approved software, combined with Lifelines hardware. In 2017, Griffin and his wife Mary Anne acquired Lifelines Ltd in the UK and then in 2018 Incereb, an Irish company that developed an innovative neonatal EEG cap, creating a new global company.
With Kvikna exiting the partnership in 2018, Griffin sought a new avenue for EEG software. A round of networking at an ASET conference introduced him to Dave Kennedy of MobileMedTek and their new all-in-one EEG lab in a kit, Rendr. Fast forward to 2019 and a full joint venture was formed, bringing four companies together to form Lifelines Neuro Company under the umbrella of MobileMedTek’s parent company, SIDIS Global.
“It has not been easy, there have been incredible lows and amazing highs,” Griffin reflects.”The business has had to adapt, deal with some real adversity at times, but has emerged stronger than ever and I am very proud of what we have accomplished.”