9 January, 2023

Driving the Future of Neurological Development Research: Thriving with Eye Tracking and Biosensors

Today’s episode features a Product Specialist at iMotions, Dr. Pernille BülowiMotions is a fully-integrated, hardware-agnostic software platform that allows researchers to use the power of any neuroscience technology, as well as traditional surveys and focus groups, to gain unparalleled insight into what people actual think and feel. Their customers use iMotions for everything from diagnosis of neurological diseases such as Parkinson, Schizophrenia, Autism and Alzheimers to personnel training, UX testing, advertising and military human research.

At iMotions, Pernille consults and trains academic and commercial researchers on multimodal biometric data collection and study design. Pernille finished her BS at UC Berkeley and completed her PhD in Neuroscience at Emory University where she studied brain mechanisms associated with the neurodevelopmental disorder Fragile X Syndrome. Pernille is passionate about sharing her knowledge to help others create ground-breaking science.

We talked about the use of biosensors in development (particularly in infants), some examples of where tools like eye tracking can be applied in mental health research, and how this technology can help the neurodivergent and neurotypical thrive. Let’s listen in to learn more.


Links of interest: 


– Register for the iMotions client webinar: Biosensors in mental health research

– iMotions blog: Bringing Mental Health to the Forefront

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