Selected news articles & press releases

Unbreakables Foundation of Montana Announces Key Initiatives and Programs
Unbreakables Foundation’s Key Initiatives and Programs include: Educational and Training Programs, Childcare Services, and Collaborative Efforts

Unbreakables Foundation: Improving Self-Reliance For Disadvantaged Families
Unbreakables Foundation proudly announces the approval of its nonprofit tax-exempt status by the IRS. “We believe that everyone deserves the opportunity for a bright, independent future. In particular, single mothers and children, who tend to be the most disadvantaged.” — Braxton Norwood, co-founder

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Winner of AAPM-MIT Hacking Medicine Innovation Challenge Lutroo Imaging
“Lutroo Imaging beat out 70 other startups and early-stage companies to take home the grand prize at the inaugural American Academy of Pain Medicine (AAPM) and MIT Hacking Medicine Innovation Challenge presented by Abbott on March 18, 2022.”

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Company receives SBIR award from the National Institutes of Health’s HEAL Initiative to develop an objective pain measurement tool
“‘We’re honored to be part of the HEAL Initiative,’ said Dr. Braxton Norwood, Principal Investigator and CEO.”

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CURE Epilepsy Research Continuity Fund: Modeling Drug – Refractory Epilepsy With the KaL Method
“Dr. Norwood and his team [were] developing two novel laboratory models of drug-resistant human epilepsy, which will be used to discover and develop next-generation epilepsy therapies.”

Flathead Montana neuroscience researchers awarded $1.4M grant
“CEO Braxton Norwood said the grant will be vital in helping the fast-growing company develop therapeutic and imaging agents for neurological disorders.”

Montana company Receives Fast-Track SBIR Grant From The National Institutes Of Health
“‘We’re very excited about this funding and greatly appreciate the NIH’s support,’ said Braxton Norwood, PhD Principal Investigator and CEO.”

Montana epilepsy researchers awarded $100,000 grant
“Kalispell neuroscience researchers received a $101,250 grant from the Montana Department of Commerce to aid their search for better treatment for epilepsy and other neurodegenerative conditions.”

2014 CURE Epilepsy Challenge Award, Funded by the CJM Foundation
This $250,000 award seeks to push the envelope and accelerate promising research leading to disease-modifying breakthroughs for people living with epilepsy. CURE prioritizes highly innovative, risky, paradigm-shifting projects that address CURE’s mission to cure epilepsy.