Latest Blog Posts Tagged "Parkinson's Data Challenge"
June 08, 2016
Today MJFF announced a challenge asking data scientists and computational analysts to work with researchers to answer fundamental questions about Parkinson's disease.
April 03, 2014
The GPS in smartphones may allow researchers to monitor Parkinson's progression through measure of a patient's Lifespace: the geographical area in which one lives and conducts activities.
November 21, 2013
Thomas Insel, PhD, director of the National Institute of Mental Health, called our Parkinson's Data Challenge one of the most innovative experiments he's seen.
Parkinson's Data Challenge Team Member Reinforces Need for Collaboration Outside Traditional Communities
August 21, 2013
Daniel Vannoni says that as an "entrepreurial doer, sometimes you need to knock down a couple walls to get things done."
August 19, 2013
CEO Todd Sherer guest blogged on Forbes.com about new models of collaboration.
June 24, 2013
The winner and runners-up in MJFF's Parkinson's Data Challenge were invited to attend and present their data at the annual meeting of the Movement Disorder Society.
June 06, 2013
Edith Cowan University student Jose Alvarado has been commended for work on an innovative application to track a person's experience with PD.
Winning Data Challenge Entry Seeks to Use 'Machine Learning Approach' to Improve the Monitoring of Parkinson's Disease
April 24, 2013
This February, MJFF launched a $10,000 Data Challenge to spur ideas for using patient data, collected using smartphones, in PD monitoring and treatment. Here, we speak with the winner.
February 06, 2013
This week, MJFF launched a $10,000 research challenge to spur ideas for using smartphone-based data already collected from a group of Parkinson's patients and control subjects.