Research

"Digital phenotyping, the measurement of human behavioral phenotypes using personal devices, is rapidly gaining popularity. Novel initiatives, ranging from software prototypes to user-ready research platforms, are innovating the field of biomedical research and health care apps. One example is the Behapp project, which offers a fully managed digital phenotyping platform as a service. The innovative potential of digital phenotyping strategies resides among others in their capacity to objectively capture measurable and quantitative components of human behavior, such as diurnal rhythm, movement patterns, and communication, in a real-world setting." (Jagesar et al. 2021)

Publications

We approach digital phenotyping from a multidisciplinary perspective, always looking to support new scientific endeavours and improve the instrumentation itself.

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Requirements and Operational Guidelines for Secure and Sustainable Digital Phenotyping: Design and Development Study.
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2021
Published in
Journal of Medical Internet Research
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Digital phenotyping and the COVID-19 pandemic: Capturing behavioral change in patients with psychiatric disorders.
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2021
Published in
European Neuropsychopharmacology
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A Study of Novel Exploratory Tools, Digital Technologies, and Central Nervous System Biomarkers to Characterize Unipolar Depression.
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2021
Published in
Frontiers in Psychiatry
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A framework for assessing neuropsychiatric phenotypes by using smartphone-based location data.
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2020
Published in
Translational Psychiatry
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Effect of disease related biases on the subjective assessment of social functioning in Alzheimer's disease and schizophrenia patients.
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2020
Published in
Journal of Psychiatric Research
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New European privacy regulation: Assessing the impact for digital medicine innovations.
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2018
Published in
European Psychiatry
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The sociability score: App-based social profiling from a healthcare perspective.
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2016
Published in
Computers in Human Behavior

Projects & Partnerships

We are and have been part of multiple (large scale) research programmes featuring multi-center studies in Europe and the North America’s.

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Lifelines
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PRISM 2
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PSY-PGx
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NESDA
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SMARD
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ROADMAP
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PRISM
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