Maxine He selected as Thomas and Margaret Huang Award for Graduate Research Recipient

Maxine He, a 4th year Neuroscience program graduate student, was the recipient of the Thomas and Margaret Huang Award for Graduate Research for her work focused on stress and anxiety detection using multimodal wearable technology.

This AI Watches You Walk to Diagnose Parkinson’s, MS

When it’s suspected that a person may have a certain neurological disorder, such as multiple sclerosis or Parkinson’s disease, doctors will often assess the person’s ability to walk. Simply by looking at someone’s gait, clues may emerge about an underlying neurological disorder….

Team uses digital cameras, machine learning to predict neurological disease

In an effort to streamline the process of diagnosing patients with multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease, researchers used digital cameras to capture changes in gait – a symptom of these diseases – and developed a machine-learning algorithm that can differentiate those with MS and PD from people without those neurological conditions…

Study aims to reduce fall injuries

As people age, certain physical activities become more challenging, and there is a greater risk of exertion which can lead to serious injury…

The Chittenden Symposium was a family affair

The theme of the 2022 Chittenden Symposium is Human Factors for Health Technology. But the heart of the event is really a love story…

Paying attention to balance (pdf)

Welcome to this issue of Moving Forward, my fifth as dean of the College of Applied Health Sciences…

Making a global impact

KCH Faculty among those awarded Jump ARCHES Funding

Use of machine learning

Can a wearable device combined with PT improve results?

Researcher Spotlight

Wearable Tech being used to assess healthcare worker stress