How Wearable Devices May Make Us Smarter about Parkinson’s

This is an archived file of a live webcast that took place on August 21, 2014.

Most everyone these days has a smartphone, and wearable tracking devices are making their way to many wrists. These gadgets can tell us lots about our movements. Could they help understand Parkinson’s better? In this Webinar panelists discuss new research to capture data from people with Parkinson’s through devices like smartphones and wristbands, and how that data could lead scientists to better treatments.

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