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Cogito Welcomes New Team Members

April 2, 2014

In order to support the continued success of Cogito and our products, we have made some talented new…

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DARPA Details Program and Cogito Successes

February 9, 2014

As a result of combat exposure, warfighters may return home from deployments with psychological health challenges and find…

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What’s Hindering Healthcare IT Innovation (And How That Can Change)

November 21, 2013

Cogito receives a mention on cio.com for our work in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings. Read…

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What are our customers saying about Cogito Dialog?

November 11, 2013

The results are in, our latest version of Cogito Dialog is proving to be a success in the…

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Rutgers University Healthcare and Cogito – Improving Engagement and Reducing Distress in Vulnerable Populations

November 11, 2013

We are thrilled to welcome Rutgers University Behavioral Health Centers (UBHC) as our newest client and partner. UBHC…

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How do you pronounce “Cogito”?

September 26, 2013

We get this question a lot, and the answer lies within the origins of the word itself. As…

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App Captures the Boston Bombing’s Psychological Effects – ieee.org article

September 4, 2013

In April, the software company Cogito was halfway through a clinical trial to see if it could detect symptoms of…

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Cogito welcomes two new directors to its board

July 29, 2013

Cogito would like to welcome Ken Morse and David Klein as the newest members of its board of…

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Cogito welcomes WTI on-board as an investor

June 28, 2013

Founded in 1980, WTI (Western Technology Investment) has provided over $3 billion of capital to technology and life science companies…

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Cogito loves its interns

June 21, 2013

Thank you Molly, Adam, Laura, Noah, Edmond, Dan, Chris, and Kat for all your hard work and enthusiasm!

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