Indian Institue of Science Seminar

On 29th January, Laura Rocchi (University of Bologna) presented the CuPiD project to Indian Institute of Science (IISc) in Bangalore. The IISc and the Robert Bosch Foundation joined together in 2011 to create a centre for research in Cyber Physical Systems. Laura presented the CuPiD project to a combined audience of engineers, PhD students, physicians and neurologists.

MobileHealth& AAL Challenge Winners

Alberto Ferrari from the CuPiD project, recently attended the conference on Mobile and Information Technologies in Medicine, MobileMed 2014 in Prague. CuPiD won first prize for the MobileHealth and AAL Challenge with our Intelligent tutoring system for gait rehabilitation of persons with Parkinson’s disease. We also won the audience award, which was a special award voted for by participants at MobileMed.

Digital Health Oxford

Reynold Greenlaw from OCC presented the CuPiD project at Digital Health Oxford’s 5th meeting on the 7th July. Reynold was one of three speakers and presented “Wearable technology for cueing Parkinson’s gait”.

Demo day at OCC

Cure Parkinson’s Trust visited OCC’s office in Oxford on the 17th June.  Reynold Greenlaw and Andrew Muddiman from OCC demonstrated Audio Feedback and the Exergaming from the CuPiD project. Cure Parkinson’s trust are partners on an EU funded project called Sense-Park.

Technical Workshop

We believe there are many organisations who are implementing systems which conform to the following pattern:

eHealth and the Brain - ICT for Neuropsychiatric Health

Laura Rocchi (University of Bologna) and Reynold Greenlaw (OCC) presented at eHealth and the Brain - ICT for Neuropsychiatric Health, held in Brussels on the 5th November 2013. Reynold’s presentation was on Telemedicine and eHealth for Neurology, and Laura presented on Neurological Conditions – Parkinson’s & Alzheimers, CuPiD Project. You can watch both presentations below.

Cupid Second Periodic Report

The CuPiD Project has had its second periodic report published.

The CuPiD project partners are developing an ICT-enabled solution for motor learning in patients with PD in their home setting, tailoring the solution to target mobility, cognitive function and debilitating PD symptoms such as freezing of gait and gait impairments.

The Core activity of our 3rd year will be the extended validation. The trials will include 6 weeks of continuous patient-specific training and follow-up evaluation of 40 patients.

eHealth and Brain disease meeting

On November 5th, Reynold Greenlaw from OCC and Laura Rocchi from University of Bologna, participated in a meeting of projects organized by the EU commission regarding eHealth and Brain disease.

American Society of Neurorehabilitation (ASNR) Annual Meeting

Lorenzo Chiari, the Cupid Project Manager from lead consortium member, University of Bologna, attended the American Society of Neurorehabilitation (ASNR) Annual Meeting. Lorenzo presented a CuPiD Poster on Wearable Audio-Biofeedback System for Gait Rehabilitation of Persons with Parkinson’s Disease at The ASNR Annual meeting which was held in San Diego on 7th and 8th November 2013.

TASMC home pilot study videos

CuPiD consortium member, Tel-Aviv Sourasky Medical Center, have produced a series of videos from their home pilot study of the CuPiD system.


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