i-PROGNOSIS is a multiscope project that its main objectives revolve around the development of new detection methods and interventions for Parkinson's, but, also, expand to the societal level. (more…)
From smartphones and fitness bands to smart connected everyday objects (Internet of Things) and serious games, i-PROGNOSIS will employ the latest technology to design its detection tests and interventions. (more…)
i-PROGNOSIS will give special care to data privacy and security aspects, taking into consideration the latest EU regulations and national ethics committees. (more…)
The week from April 9th to 13th 2018 was the beginning of the i-PROGNOSIS study “Eating behavior among early and advanced patients with Parkinson’s disease”, aiming at identifying and quantifying meal-related behavioural differences […]
Leontios J. Hadjileontiadis is an electrical and computer engineering professor and the coordinator of i-PROGNOSIS, a research project funded by EU research program Horizon 2020 that aims to provide technology-based solutions […]
i-PROGNOSIS, unlike any other related project, adopts a holistic approach against Parkinson's.
Everyday technology has progressed so far, it is inexcusable not to use it for proactive health-care.