Wearable Technology I. Prof Mankodiya Intro

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Wearable Technology I. Prof Mankodiya Intro by Longevity Explorers: Recent @ Providence

Professor Kunal Mandokiya discussed his research using several kinds of wearable technology to assess and monitor illnesses like Parkinsons.  

Prof. Mandokiya is an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical, Computer, and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Rhode Island.  He has received extensive National Institutes of Health and National Science Foundation support for his work.

In his opening remarks, provided here, he explained what he hoped to cover in the talk -- starting from a broad introduction to wearble technology and how it works and then moving to several applications of the technology that he has personally developed in his laboratory, in the context of the state-of-the art work going on around the country.


Learn more about Dr. Mankodiya and his research (University of Rhode Island website).


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Key words: 
wearable technology, wearable e-textiles, Parkinsons