“Voice tasks can be thought of as a window by which one can see functionality of the human body that is not obvious by just looking at someone.
How BrainBaseline Deploys Apple Wearables in Clinical Trials
Adding movement data to the BrainBaseline platform
As new mobile and wearable technology continue to emerge, so do more objective methods and tools to measure patients and clinical trial participants.
BrainBaseline in Movement Disorder Studies
Remote & clinically validated digital measurement
Measuring the symptoms of movement disorders like Parkinson’s Disease, a neurological condition that affects the use of muscles (Mandal 2019), has always been challenging.
Rim-to-Rim Watch Studies
Researching cognitive function in extreme conditions
In the past decade, the technological possibilities with and ubiquity of consumer-grade wearables (or commercial off the shelf “COTS” devices) has drastically increased.
Dr. Leah Rubin and BRACE
HIV Research Partnership
We recently sat down (virtually) with Dr. Leah Rubin from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine to discuss her work with BrainBaseline and BRACE (BrainBaseline Assessment of Cognition & Everyday Functioning) as well as her poster presentation at the AIDS 2020 Virtual Conference.
Researching cognitive function in breast cancer survivors
Cognitive impairment is increasingly recognized as a major side effect of cancer and its treatment.
Getting started with BrainBaseline Lab
A step-by-step guide
BrainBaseline Lab is an iPad application that allows researchers and clinicians to configure a full neurocognitive battery.
Introduction to BrainBaseline Lab
Self-serve cognitive testing
BrainBaseline has enabled the self-administration of fully-digitized cognitive tests for over a decade.