Dr. Tammy Chung, director of IFH’s Center for Population Behavioral Health and professor of psychiatry, and Dr. Michelle Chen, core faculty member at IFH’s Center for Healthy Aging and assistant professor in the neurology department at RWJMS, presented research at the International Neuropsychological Society Meeting in Taipei, Taiwan in July 2023.
Dr. Chen chaired the symposium at the meeting entitled, “Smartphones as a window into everyday brain health: applications of keystroke dynamics, ecological momentary assessment, and accelerometry.”
Within the symposium, Dr. Chung presented research co-authored by IFH programmer analyst I, Dinesh Mendhe, on “Smartphone-based assessment of acute cannabis effects on daily cognitive functioning.”
Dr. Chen presented research co-authored by IFH data analyst, Darshee Machhar, on “Real-time variability and complexity of smartphone typing speed among persons with MS.”
The meeting, held in association with the Taiwan Association of Neuropsychological Development and Mental Rehabilitation, supports the development of neuropsychological science and practice across the world.