Digital Biomarkers

A digital biomarker is a quantifiable indicator of a patient’s physiological and/or behavioral state captured via any number of patient-wearable connected devices, including but not limited to, wearable (i.e. blood pressure monitors, actigraphy devices or multi-sensor patches) and implantable (i.e. pacemakers, continuous glucose monitors), technologies. The data collected is used to explain, influence and predict health-related outcomes. Digital biomarkers also provide an opportunity to capture clinically meaningful objective data.

  • Mobile Health (m-health) in clinical trials
  • Digital Biomarkers in drug development
  • Regulatory aspects for medical app development: Commercialization and Clinical Trial Use
  • Machine learning & Internet of Things (IoT) application in Digital Biomarkers

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