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Amos Folarin
Amos Folarin

Dr Amos Folarin

BRC-MH Software Development Group Leader

Biography

Amos Folarin is the Senior Software Development Group Leader at King’s College London - National Institute for Health Research Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre (jointly funded by NIHR BRC-MH and UCL IHI/UCLH BRC). His background is in biochemistry/molecular biology (Bristol). He moved into the computational biology field and has since worked as a data scientist/software developer over the last 16 years (Inpharmatica, Birkbeck, University College London, King’s College London South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust - KCL/SLaM ). Amos joined the NIHR BRC-MH Bioinformatics group in 2012 as the Software Developer Group Lead with a goal of creating an embedded software development team to drive strategic projects for the BRC-MH and SLaM. Amos is currently working on developing the RADAR-base (http://radar-bas.org) data collection platform for remote monitoring using wearable devices, mobile phone sensors, and mobile apps. Other projects of interest include monitoring seasonal infectious diseases, deep-learning image analysis pipelines for high-content screening.

Research Interests:

  • Mobile Health (mHealth)  
  • Clinical Informatics  
  • Bioinformatics and Genetics 

    Research

    ART-PILOT 300PI
    ART-pilot

    The ADHD Remote Technology pilot feasibility study (ART-pilot) involves the initial development stages of the new remote measurement technology system for ADHD

    Project status: Ongoing

    ART LOGO
    ADHD Remote Technology (ART)

    The ADHD Remote Technology (ART) research programme focuses on the development and application of a novel remote measurement technology system for ADHD

    ART-CARMA 300PI
    ART-CARMA - The ADHD Remote Technology study of cardiometabolic risk factors and medication adherence

    ART-CARMA, the ADHD Remote Technology study of cardiometabolic risk factors and medication adherence, is a large remote monitoring project on adults with ADHD

    Project status: Ongoing

    News

    £2.5m funding to study transition to adulthood for individuals with ADHD

    The Medical Research Council (MRC) has awarded £2.5 million funding to principal investigator, Professor Jonna Kuntsi, and team to use remote technology to...

    ART Transition

    Can wearables like Fitbit devices be used to help detect COVID-19?

    The COVID-Collab research team at King’s College London have launched a free mobile app which will allow scientists to investigate the use of wearable devices...

    Can wearables like Fitbit devices be used to help detect COVID-19?

      Research

      ART-PILOT 300PI
      ART-pilot

      The ADHD Remote Technology pilot feasibility study (ART-pilot) involves the initial development stages of the new remote measurement technology system for ADHD

      Project status: Ongoing

      ART LOGO
      ADHD Remote Technology (ART)

      The ADHD Remote Technology (ART) research programme focuses on the development and application of a novel remote measurement technology system for ADHD

      ART-CARMA 300PI
      ART-CARMA - The ADHD Remote Technology study of cardiometabolic risk factors and medication adherence

      ART-CARMA, the ADHD Remote Technology study of cardiometabolic risk factors and medication adherence, is a large remote monitoring project on adults with ADHD

      Project status: Ongoing

      News

      £2.5m funding to study transition to adulthood for individuals with ADHD

      The Medical Research Council (MRC) has awarded £2.5 million funding to principal investigator, Professor Jonna Kuntsi, and team to use remote technology to...

      ART Transition

      Can wearables like Fitbit devices be used to help detect COVID-19?

      The COVID-Collab research team at King’s College London have launched a free mobile app which will allow scientists to investigate the use of wearable devices...

      Can wearables like Fitbit devices be used to help detect COVID-19?