About Neuria

An interdisciplinary team at the interface between neuroscience, psychology and computer science, which develops interventions to modify behaviors while having fun.

Our values and commitments


We work to improve health in agreement with the prescriptions of the OFSP.


We offer only solutions that are validated by science. We work closely with Universities and Hospitals to conduct research.

Video game

We favor video games as a medium to deliver our neurocognitive interventions, so that fun and enjoyment remain at the center of the path to health.


We are committed to training in our areas of expertise, and to fostering in clusion and equal opportunity.

They trust us


Our team

We work in close collaboration with the Laboratory of Neurorehabilitation Sciences of the Cantonal Hospital and the University of Fribourg, where the company originated.
PD Dr Lucas Spierer

PD Dr Lucas Spierer


Dr Hugo Najberg

Dr Hugo Najberg


Dr Maurizio Rigamonti

Dr Maurizio Rigamonti

Technology Director

Pauline Rossel

Pauline Rossel

Communication & Art Director

Dr Michaël Mouthon

Dr Michaël Mouthon

Information & Quality Insurance Director

Malika Tapparel

Malika Tapparel

Science & Development Director

Neuria was at the FutureHealth Event in Lausanne!

Yesterday our CEO, Prof. Lucas Spierer, joined industry visionaries on stage at the FutureHealth event. It was an honor to be part of the conversations about redefining healthcare in Switzerland. Kudos to the FutureHealth team for orchestrating such an impactful...

Neuria is among the winners of the Future of Health Grant 🏆

This week Neuria was selected for the second round of the Future of Health Grant. It's an honor to be recognized by such a prestigious organization and move to the next level. 🌟 By joining the program this fall, we look forward to collaborating with the EPFL...

The science behind Neuria

Our video game the Diner allows you to improve your consumption without you even realizing it. But does it really work? Our team of Neuroscientist from the University of Fribourg have proved it does. Our recent study does not only confirm previous findings about the...

Can a video game change our food behavior?

We were recently featured in a fascinating interview with the Corporate Health Services (CHS), focusing on the million-dollar question - "Can a video game change our food behavior?" Our answer is - Absolutely Yes! And our COO, Hugo Najberg, will tell you all...

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Header photograph: Fribourg University, by Norbert Aepli, Switzerland, CC BY 2.5, Link