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RADAR-CNS website launches

Posted on 14/09/2016
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RADAR-CNS today launches a new project website. RADAR-CNS (Remote assessment of disease and relapse – Central Nervous System) is a major research programme supported by the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI).

The project aims to develop new ways of monitoring major depressive disorder, epilepsy, and multiple sclerosis using wearable devices and smartphone technology. The new website provides additional information about the project, including its aims, and how members of the public can get involved.

It also includes a new video about RADAR-CNS, where the project’s co-leaders – Matthew Hotopf from King’s College London, UK, and Vaibhav Narayan from Janssen Pharmaceutica – explain what the project will cover and why it is needed. As RADAR-CNS progresses, the site will be updated with more information about the project, including further details on the project’s work packages, as well as news and events relating to the project.

RADAR-CNS is also on Twitter @RADARCNS, where site updates and other project news will be promoted.

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