Our Journey

Our journey began developing an app, Alfred, to support memory, planning and connect survivors with their families, and support network. We learnt a huge amount from Alfred and have now teamed up with world-leading academics, clinical experts and hundreds of survivors and family members from all over the world to build [name] - the next-generation support system for survivors and family members.

Our Journey

Our Mission

70% of individuals do not get neurorehabilitation. They are then discharged home with little or no support. Families are forced to pick up the pieces, spending on average more than 8 hours a day caring for their loved-ones. Neumind exists to change this, making the best long-term support affordable, convenient and avialble to all.

Our Mission

Meet the team

We are a talented multi-disciplinary team, deeply passionate about making a positive impact in the world.

Ellis Parry

Ellis Parry

Co-founder and CEO

Ellis has a decade of personal experience as a family member and caregiver. He is obsessed with using technology to support cognition and daily-living, and has experimented with countless ideas and concepts to try and help his brother's recovery. Ellis has a MEng and PhD in Engineering from Oxford University and was awarded Young Innovator and Next Steps Awards from Innovate UK.
Rufus Russell

Rufus Russell

Co-founder, Principal Engineer, Vision Builder

Rufus is product focussed. He leads development, testing, releasing, maintaining, monitoring, data gathering, and support for all of neumind's products, and is key to all product and service design decisions. Prior to co-founding neumind, Rufus has held software engineering roles at IBM MQ, IBM Cloud, IBM Cloud Garage, and at Consensys as a Solutions Engineer.
Claudia Hill

Claudia Hill

Co-founder, Strategy & Operations Lead

Claudia completed her PhD in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Oxford where she was an undergraduate. She has extensive experience working with start-ups in Biotech and Medtech. She is heading to Harvard Business School in the autumn to complete her MBA (class of 2024).
Andrew Bateman

Andrew Bateman

Chief Advisor

Andrew has 30+ years of experience in the development and evaluation of neurorehabilitation models and approaches. He is director of NIHR's Research Design Service, chairs the United Kingdom Acquired Brain Injury Forum (UKABIF), and is a professor at the School of Health and Social Care at University of Essex.
Luke Parry

Luke Parry

Co-founder and Chief Product Tester

Luke is, among many things, a brain injury survivor and Ellis' identical twin brother. He suffered his serious traumatic brain injury in 2012 whilst studying Engineering at Oxford. After an initial prognosis that he would unlikely ever walk or talk again, he has gone on to gain a position in the Paralympic Development Squad for sprinting (and you can't stop him talking...).
Jonathan Evans

Jonathan Evans

Clinical Advisor

Professor Jonathan Evans is Programme Director of Clinical Neuropsychology at the University of Glasgow and President-elect of the International Neuropsychological Society. He has vast experience in neurorehabilitation and the design and development of cognitive assistive technologies.

How about you?

We’re actively hiring talented and passionate individuals for both full-time and advisory roles.