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Max A. Little, PhD

Associate Professor at Aston University, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Location: Birmingham United Kingdom

Dr. Max Little is a leading expert in signal processing and machine learning. His research in machine learning for digital health is highly influential and is the basis of advances in basic and applied research on neurological disorders such as Parkinson's disease. He has published more than 60 articles and a textbook on the topic and holds two patents related to this work. Dr. Little advises government and leading international corporations on topics such as machine learning for health. His research has been featured widely in the international press including BBC News, NPR’s “All Things Considered,”, CNN’s “The Next List” and Le Monde (France’s leading newspaper)

Associated Grants

  • Changing Rhythms in Parkinson’s Disease: Development of Motor and Non-motor Markers of Progression Based on Continuous Daily Monitoring


  • Ubiquitous, Inexpensive Non-invasive Technologies for Objective Detection and Monitoring of Parkinson’s Symptoms


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