How can “smart” technology be used to detect cognitive problems?

By September 13, 2019Commentary, Community Events

How can “smart” technology be used to detect cognitive problems? October 25th Research Conference #SpeakerSpotlight:

Dr. Rhoda Au is a Professor of Anatomy & Neurobiology, Neurology and Epidemiology at Boston University and has served as an investigator on the Framingham Heart Study since 1990, conducting research related to cognitive aging and dementia. Dr. Au’s research focuses on a how “bigdata” analytics can better inform our understanding of Alzheimer’s disease.

In the session, “Detection in the Digital Era,” Dr. Au will discuss how innovative technology can be used to track cognitive performance in older adults. Attendees will learn how digital technologies may help facilitate “personalized brain health” in the future.

Learn more and register: conference.mind.uci.edu