Jul
25
to Jul 26

DiaBetty to attend the Alexa Diabetes Challenge Boot Camp in Seattle!

The DiaBetty team will be attending the Alexa Diabetes Challenge Boot Camp in Seattle, WA sponsored by Merck & Co. and Amazon Web Services. The team will learn about living with type 2 diabetes and how voice technology can help those dealing with the disease. We're excited to take part in this exciting opportunity with the other four finalists of the challenge.

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Jun
26
to Jun 28

CoNECt@OHBM 2017!

The CoNECt lab presented work from the PACE project (recently published here) and a preliminary connectometry RDoC project (in collaboration with Dr. Luan Phan) at the annual meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping in Vancouver, Canada.

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Jun
19
2:00pm 2:00pm
May
4
to May 7

BiAffect at the International Society for Bipolar Disorders (ISBD 2017)

CoNECt lab members John Zulueta, MD (PGY3 psychiatry resident) and Bokai Cao (Computer Science graduate student) will be presenting their work based on BiAffect. Bokai Cao will present CAN WE PREDICT BIPOLARITY WITH MOBILE PHONE KEYSTROKE DYNAMICS METADATA (poster #27 on Friday May 5th). Dr. Zulueta will be presenting PREDICTING MOOD DISTURBANCE SEVERITY IN BIPOLAR SUBJECTS WITH MOBILE PHONE KEYSTROKE DYNAMICS AND METADATA (poster #72 on Sunday, May 7th).

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Apr
19
3:00pm 3:00pm

NeuroCave Released!

NeuroCave is a connectome visualization tool that enables the user to perform explorations of the intrinsic geometry of the brain, by letting the user switch quickly different topological spaces where the connectome is embedded. With a simple and easy-to-use interface, users can explore all the connections with a edge-on-demand technique and focus on very specific area by switching on and off regions of the brain. Simple analytics such as nodal strength and shortest path trees can be computed on the fly. This tool has been developed with virtual reality in mind and it is compatible with the Oculus Rift and requires the Oculus Touch input.

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