Bridging the Gap
Exploring tools to support connections between participants and researchers that enrich and hone data and analyses across the big data research lifecycle.
As we turn our attention to solving in conditions where lived experience varies widely it is becoming increasingly apparent that we will never capture the deep, longitudinal, and granular data nor the diverse insights needed to power this important research without direct and sustained community involvement. This formative investigation explores the digital infrastructure (i.e., technical, design, and governance tools/features) needed to scale participatory methods while supporting transparent, reproducible, and inclusive science using human computer interaction design approaches, specifically participatory design and values sensitive design.
More Digital Health Projects
The MindKind Study
The MindKind Study is assessing the feasibility of using smartphones to study mental health in young people and testing ways to build a sustainable, inclusive,...Learn More
A project to develop methods for assessing cognition via interactions with smartphone keyboards and other passively collected remote sensor data.Learn More
A project to remotely assess cognitive function in patients suffering from Alzheimer Disease.Learn More