Welcome to the NervGen blog. First and foremost, you should know that this space isn’t about the science – I’m going to leave that to the people who actually understand the science. This blog is about the story – well, stories.

Every company has a story. But the narrative that shares how a company is built and how a company is born often offer two vastly different perspectives. Pharmaceutical companies, like this one, are built inside laboratories on the shoulders of scientists and advancements in technology along with the business savvy minds of entrepreneurs. But they are born out of purpose. We want to show you our purpose – the reasons behind the science.

When we talk about disease and injury, we often focus on the facts and disconnect from anything personal. But there is a real person behind every diagnosis – with an arsenal of memories and plans for the future. They have families and friends. They parent, go to work, socialize, exercise and binge-watch Netflix, all while simultaneously managing the ongoing symptoms and residual effects of their conditions. Let us tell you their stories.

Keep exploring this blog to meet the people and understand the conditions that motivate this company.

– Codi Darnell

Oh Hello Alzheimer’s – A Caregiver Spotlight

March 2, 2021

Lisa and Peter Marshall have a love story that spans 20 years. For eight of those years, they sustained a long-distance relationship so as not to disrupt their children’s lives – crossing states to see each other every weekend they could manage. Finally, in August of 2009, they said “I do” in Turks and Caicos with their five children by their side, and Lisa moved her life to Connecticut. Read More …

Photo credit: Daniel Brehant Photography

Perspective is a New Diagnosis

February 16, 2021

It only takes a few words to tip a life onto its axis. , “You have [insert your diagnosis here]”.

Whether it’s your own condition or that of a loved one, suddenly life has a definitive before and after. Read More …


Meet Codi Darnell: Living that Mom, Wife and Wheelchair Life

February 2, 2021
Life is unpredictable, but at 28 years old, Codi Darnell, felt like she had life figured out. She had an amazing husband, three wonderful children and a great life. Then, in a single moment, everything came crashing down. On March 10, 2016, Codi suffered a fall which left her a paraplegic. Read More …