The organisations listed below all contribute to the success of the CuPiD project.
Department of Movement Science
The Movement Science Group (MSG) uses fundamental and applied research to evaluate factors affecting optimal human performance in health and disease.The group is based in the Movement Science Laboratories, is multidisciplinary and has excellent clinical links with the Oxford Centre for Enablement, Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford Centre for Functional Imaging of the Brain and the Department of Clinical Neurology, University of Oxford.
Personal Health Device for the Remote and Autonomous Management of Parkinson’s Disease
The specific and ultimate goal of the REMPARK project is to develop a Personal Health System (PHS) with closed loop detection, response and treatment capabilities for the management of Parkinson's Disease (PD) patients at two levels:
- At the first level, the project will develop a wearable monitoring system able to identify in real time the motor status of the PD patients, and evaluating ON/OFF/Dyskinesia status, with sensitivity greater than 80 % and specificity greater than 80 % in operation during ambulatory conditions and will also develop a gait guidance system able to help the patient in real time during their daily activities.
- At a second level, the intelligent analysis of data provided by the first level, supported with a disease management system will allow the neurologist in charge to access accurate and reliable information to decide about the treatment that best suits the patient, improving the management of their disease, in particular to adjust so called therapeutic window.
Site Url: http://rempark.cetpd.upc.edu