Cognition Kit wearable technology demonstrates high compliance among patients with major depressive
At the 2017 International CNS Summit in Boca Raton, Florida, we were pleased to release the positive results from a pilot study into the evaluation of cognition and mood using wearable technology in patients with MDD.
Wearable devices: the future for near-patient testing?
Cognition Kit and Takeda have collaborated to deliver high frequency assessments of mood and cognition in major depressive disorder, using the Apple Watch.
Join us at the CNS Summit 2017
Cambridge Cognition are attending the Collaborating for Novel Solutions (CNS) Summit: 16th-19th November 2017.
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