Quantum Brain Research Institute
We are a Health-Tech entity proudly established in Estonia with the aim of supporting the development of neuroscientific research for neurocritical treatment applications through instructive programs in mental health assessment and management.
QBRI’s dynamic collaborative, with its dedication to developmental research, foresees exponential advancements of unambiguous answers to achieve a broader comprehension of Covid-19 causalities for the global explosion in mental illnesses, psychiatric disorders, and overall mental health issues, and to implement effective solutions to the gargantuan problems caused by them in civilization.
QBRI’s objective is to partake in the fight against Covid-19 as a leading resilience catalyst with a rational and principled techno-scientific approach to counterattack its effects on society and by enabling neuroscientific Open-Education resources based on easy-to-follow curricula for medical professionals as well as for the general population.
We are inclined towards building an efficient rapport between medical professionals and patients in a remote manner, engage in educational material to address assessment and management of mental health issues, promote the use of decentralized technology for e-Health use, and encourage policy-making attuned to the current paradigm.
How Does QBRI Work?
We Gather Data
We conduct research with Big Data clusters taken from IoT, wearable devices, e-Health Records, and patient testimonials in an ethical and compliantly secure manner.
We Process Data
With the acquired data, we perform statistical analysis evaluations to better understand where, when and how Mental Health issues arise in specific sectors of the population.
We Deliver Solutions
Our team then deploys socio-educational Health-Tech solutions and services aligned with the needs of the community through smart device communication.
Focused on Actionable Insights
The Analytics Laboratory of QBRI mines through enormous amounts of data harvested in a multi-platform environment through decentralized smart contracts that protect the user's privacy at all times.
- Cutting-edge Analytics Technology
- Advanced Statistical Data
- Solid Cybersecurity Operations
- Decentralized Blockchain Environment
Social & Educational Solutions
QBRI provides two integrated solutions to encourage virtual gatherings in a dedicated social network and with e-Learning environments to understand and manage Mental Health.
Future & Current QBRI Projects
We are always active in developing ideas to attend to local, national, and global needs, respectively.
Covering all counties in Estonia 🇪🇪 by 2025
Online Certifications in Mental Health
Powerful Analytics Algorithms by 2026
Expected population reach by 2025
As Seen On
As a positively disruptive startup, QBRI has gained notice of a variety of organizations that look forward to seeing our efforts come to fruition.
Learn about our upcoming events, interviews, press releases, products, and services.
World Mental Health Day is a day to celebrate the human spirit's resilience and the power of compassion. It reminds us that mental health matters, and it is something we must actively nurture, protect, and advocate for.
We will delve into the various applications of IoT in mental health, from monitoring and early detection to telehealth and personalized treatment plans. Moreover, we will address the ethical considerations and privacy concerns surrounding the use of IoT in mental health.
In the dynamic landscape of digital health, where innovation holds the promise of transforming mental health solutions using innovative technologies, a new regulatory player has taken center stage in Europe. The Digital Services Act (DSA), enacted by the European Union (EU), seeks to redefine the rules of engagement for companies operating in the online sectors.
QBRI has been nominated for the prestigious 2023 Central European Startup Awards by Global Startup Awards in the Best HealthTech category for our visionary approach toward mental health, fueled by cutting-edge technologies such as social networks, blockchain, and AI.
Health-tracking devices and apps are becoming part of everyday life. More than 300,000 mobile phone applications claim to help with managing diverse personal health issues, from monitoring blood glucose levels to conceiving a child.
Why suffer in silence? Living with a mental health problem is hard, frustrating and stressful. Sometimes you or someone you care about doesn't know it's a mental health problem or you might have already been diagnosed with a mental health condition.