Friday, October 30
9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
A Virtual Event
|Detecting and Managing Balance and Mobility Phenotypes using Next Generation Technologies: Artificial Intelligence, Biomechanical Sensing, and Beyond
An ICTR-WIHSE Interdisciplinary Symposium
The University of Wisconsin-Madison has rich resources in computer sciences, engineering, kinesiology, and health sciences to detect, manage, and improve balance and mobility phenotypes through next generation technologies. This interdisciplinary symposium will convene UW-Madison researchers and clinicians in the areas of artificial intelligence, sensing technologies, clinical medicine, kinesiology, and other health fields.
This Virtual symposium will feature live panel presentations and interactive “lunchroom” sessions to foster interdisciplinary collaboration on future research designs and applications
- Increase awareness of state-of-the-art research being conducted at UW-Madison.
- Create a community collaboration using transdisciplinary approaches.
- Foster and support new interdisciplinary research resulting in funding and health system interventions.
- Gait/balance sensing
- Artificial Intelligence
- Longitudinal cohorts/data sets/human subjects (MIDAS, CAARN, SHOW)
To request access to symposium materials, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
|1||9:00 - 9:25 AM||
Welcome and Introduction to Event
Introduction to ICTR (Beth Burnside)
Agenda overview (Jane Mahoney)
|2||9:25 - 10:25 AM||
Panel 1: Using Tools (Moderator - Pascale Carayon)
|3||10:25 - 10:40 AM||
|6||10:40 - 11:15 AM||
Panel 2: Need Tools (Moderator - Jane Mahoney)
|7||11:15 - 11:45 AM||
Panel Wrap-Up: Trends and Funding
||AI RFA List|
|8||11:45 AM - 12:00 PM||
|9||12:00 - 1:00 PM||
Part A: Sensing/Clinical
Part B: Artificial Intelligence/Clinical
|10||1:00 - 1:15 PM||
Next Steps and Wrap-Up