Charlene Ronquillo is qualified nurse specialising in nursing informatics and implementation science. She has been involved in supporting change in health systems, health informatics, and the human factors aspects of mobile and connected health technologies.
Dr David Llewellyn is a Senior Research Fellow in Clinical Epidemiology. His research focuses on using machine learning and predictive analytics to enhance the identification of dementia and future intervention trials. Continue reading “Redesigning the diagnostic pathway for dementia using machine learning and predictive analytics”
Dr Jess Tyrrell is a Research Fellow who has furthered our understanding of Ménière’s disease investigating a range of factors associated with the disease and its impact on mental health and wellbeing. Continue reading “Monitoring a long term condition and supporting future developments through an app”
Dr Navonil Mustafee is an Associate Professor of Operations Management and founding co-chair of the Health and Care IMPACT Network. He and his team have worked with a number of NHS organisations to roll out the NHS Quicker App. Continue reading “Live data, partnerships and supporting faster access to hospital A&E departments”
Interested in computational biology, mathematical neuroscience, dynamical systems theory and complex systems, Dr Piotr Slowinski is a Research Fellow applying mathematical models to digital health. Continue reading “Diagnosing schizophrenia using computer avatars and a mirror game”
Working on range of web development projects, from apps to support young people with mental health problems to high traffic enterprise booking systems, Harry and Katja are used to turning ideas into digital products. Continue reading “Paper prototyping masterclass for getting digital health and care ideas moving”
Natalia is a cognitive neuroscientist who has a background in experimental psychology, behavioural neuroscience and clinical research. She has developed and released a food training app called FoodT to support weight loss and promote healthy eating.
Smartline is a research project looking at how technology can be used to help us live healthier and happier lives. They work in a partnership project led by the University of Exeter with Coastline Housing Ltd, Cornwall Council and Volunteer Cornwall.