Connecting Leading Scientific Research to Customer-Centric Solutions

Optoceutics (from Optical & Pharmaceutics) was established in August 2018 as a university spin-out based on a world patent from collaborative research at Danish Technical University (DTU) and University of California Berkeley (UCB). We wish to be a part of, and advance the ever-increasing field of

Optoceutics' solutions are developed to meet these three goals:

1. Patient-centricity

Optoceutics is considering and engaging with patients, their families and practitioners early in the development to be aligned with their needs, wants, demands and preferences.

2. Non-invasiveness

Optoceutics is developing a solution that is comfortable, safe to use and completely non-invasive.

3. Home-based health care

The solution is to be used in the comfort of your own home. It is convenient and easily implementable in the everyday life.


A Cross-disciplinary and engaged team

Mai Nguyen, is one of the founders of Optoceutics and inventors of the masked 40 Hz light. She is doing a PhD degree in Integrative Biology from the University of California, Berkeley.
Mai Nguyen


Marcus is one of the founders of Optoceutics and built the first prototype for the masked 40 Hz light. He is doing his PhD in Photonic Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease at DTU Photonics Engineering, Denmark.
Marcus S. Carstensen


Jes has a long track record of successful start-ups within high-tech and photonics. He assists OptoCeutics with his many experiences and huge network as well as his knowledge of IPR affairs.
Jes Broeng

Board Member

Jakob has spent 4 years developing and selling "biological effective light" for improved sleep and performance. He previously did a project for the national danish Olympic team.
Jakob A. Hildebrandt

Sales, Marketing, Finance & Funding

Gustavo leads the electrical development. Among other things, he designs and builds the LED controller circuit board for precise control of the masked 40 Hz light.
Gustavo Feijóo Carrillo

Lead Electrical Engineer

Jeppe is responsible for the design of the device and the user experience for both the device and software application. He has a long background within the design industry and app development.
Jeppe Sloth-Olsen

Medical Design Engineer

Henrik helped Marcus build the first prototypes of masked 40 Hz light. Now he builds the underlying firmware on the device which controls the masked 40 Hz light and all additional features.
Henrik Enggard

Embedded Systems Engineer

Anders is the Lead Developer on the light-control app, the eye-tracking software, and the database for usage statistics and clinical trials.
Anders Bækhøj Larsen

Lead Developer