Wellbeing Digital Sciences CEO Najla Guthrie joined Steve Darling from Proactive to talk about her first 6 months on the job as the company’s leader.
Guthrie telling Proactive, the company’s subsidiary KGK Sciences has been doing well booking 17 million dollars of future revenue as of end of June. KGK is also on track to open its new state-of-the art-research center in mid-September.
Guthrie also told Proactive the company is working on its digital therapeutics program through partnerships to optimize psychedelic medicine. The company also is building on the success of Cognitivity’s Integrated Cognitive Assessment tool, which is a digital test validated to detect early cognitive deficits in dementia and MS.