Participants at the Center by Michael Kellen

February 23, 2016

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From the Public Health Symposium

The promise of Apple’s Research Kit is that everybody can contribute to medical research. But what does this really mean? Michael Kellen is the Director of Technology at Sage Bionetworks, and was closely involved in the development of two of the four research apps that launched with Research Kit: The Parkinson Disease mPower app and Share the Journey, a breast cancer survivors research app. We asked Michael to give us early word about what was involved in opening up a platform for large-scale research participation.

Watch Michael’s talk on Medium.

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