First symptoms of Parkinson's
KeySense - Diagnosis of Parkinson's Disease
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About Us

Parkinson’s Research (Australia) undertakes scientific research into aspects of Parkinson’s Disease (PD), in particular relating to - Disease detection and screening assessments Monitoring of disease status and progression Our expertise is in the area of using artificial intelligence (AI) and human-computer interaction (HCI), which is the application of I.T. technologies in health-related domains. KeySense ® is one such technology, which has now been developed into a web-based application for general use. It utilizes keyboard typing to analyze finger movement, specifically relating to the changes in movement characteristics which occur in someone with Parkinson’s Disease. The lead researcher is Dr Warwick Adams. Other technologies being researched include voice analysis (as people with PD undergo changes in their voice pattens) and tremor analysis (as discriminating between PD tremor and other types of tremor can be difficult).

The Sapphire Foundation

Parkinson’s Research (Australia) provides KeySense as a free public service and our staff provide their time free of charge. We are the research arm of the Sapphire Foundation, a registered charity, and all of our finding comes through donations so we encourage you to donate to them to support our work.

Contact Details

You are welcome to contact us for any questions or feedback about KeySense. Please note that we cannot provide any type of medical advice. Our email address is admin@parkinsons-research.org

Parkinsons Research

(AUSTRALIA)

Home-based diagnosis and monitoring of Parkinson's Disease
PARKINSONS RESEARCH
© 2021 Parkinson’s Research (Australia)

About Us

Parkinson’s Research (Australia) undertakes scientific research into aspects of Parkinson’s Disease (PD), in particular relating to - Disease detection and screening assessments Monitoring of disease status and progression Our expertise is in the area of using artificial intelligence (AI) and human-computer interaction (HCI), which is the application of I.T. technologies in health-related domains. KeySense ® is one such technology, which has now been developed into a web-based application for general use. It utilizes keyboard typing to analyze finger movement, specifically relating to the changes in movement characteristics which occur in someone with Parkinson’s Disease. The lead researcher is Dr Warwick Adams. Other technologies being researched include voice analysis (as people with PD undergo changes in their voice pattens) and tremor analysis (as discriminating between PD tremor and other types of tremor can be difficult).

The Sapphire Foundation

Parkinson’s Research (Australia) provides KeySense as a free public service and our staff provide their time free of charge. We are the research arm of the Sapphire Foundation, a registered charity, and all of our finding comes through donations so we encourage you to donate to them to support our work.

Contact Details

You are welcome to contact us for any questions or feedback about KeySense. Please note that we cannot provide any type of medical advice. Our email address is admin@parkinsons-research.org
PARKINSONS RESEARCH (AUSTRALIA)