More about the Project

Objectives

i-PROGNOSIS is a multiscope project that its main objectives revolve around the development of new detection methods and interventions for Parkinson's, but, also, expand to the societal level. (more…)

Technology

From smartphones and fitness bands to smart connected everyday objects (Internet of Things) and serious games, i-PROGNOSIS will employ the latest technology to design its detection tests and interventions. (more…)

Data Privacy

i-PROGNOSIS will give special care to data privacy and security aspects, taking into consideration the latest EU regulations and national ethics committees. (more…)

11 Partners from 6 EU countries

Latest News

Tony: “I was surprised with all the symptoms targeted in i-PROGNOSIS”

Anthony Mule’ Stagno is a 76 years old pensioner. He was diagnosed with very early Parkinson’s disease three years ago. As a technology-savvy, he is very much willing to contribute to […]

Challenges of Improving Patient-Centred Care in Parkinson’s disease

A new study in the UK suggests that a measurement tool supporting a patient-centered care model would be a combination of objective and accurate measurement of the most bothersome symptoms for patients […]

A first blood test for the early diagnosis of Parkinson’s?

A European and Israeli study revealed that the expression level of 5 genes in blood can detect Parkinson’s disease. Building on this research the Israeli company BioShai is commercializing in […]

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