Public Newsletter Jan-Aug 2021

Our public newsletter is out now! Stay up to date on what has happened in Mobilise-D over the last few months. This newsletter consists of all our news from January to August 2021. Read it HERE. Remember to FOLLOW us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.Subscribe to our Newsletter.

Novartis job opportunity for analysis of wearable sensor data for Digital Mobility Outcomes

Novartis is now looking for a Digital Data Scientist to join their group and participate in their ground-breaking medical research activities that redefine the grammar for medicine in the post-genome era. The Digital Data Scientist in Novartis will understand complex and critical business problems, formulate integrated analytical approach to mine data sources, employ statistical methods…

Episode 4: The Cyclone Challenge – Mobiliser raising money for PD UK

The day had finally arrived. The day for the Cyclone Challenge Ride. Saturday, July 03, the day mobiliser Alison Yarnall and her friend Naomi were going to ride their bicycles for 108 miles (173,8 km). The day they wanted to raise money for a good cause. The day they raised money for Parkinson’s UK.  The reason why Alison wanted to raise money for Parkinson’s UK by racing 108 miles can be explained by…

EMA Public Support for Mobilise-D: Follow-up

In the first year of Mobilise-D, we asked the European Medicines Agency (EMA) for Qualification Advice regarding Digital Mobility Outcomes (DMOs). EMA published their first letter of support in April 2020 that publicly endorsed our initial stage in the wider objective of the Mobilise-D consortium to pursue the qualification of Digital Mobility Outcomes (DMOs) as…

Episode 3: Making a difference in people’s lives – Silvia Del Din awarded a NUAcT Fellowship.

Our Mobilise-D colleague Dr. Silvia Del-Din has always been fascinated by research and the idea of “making a difference in people’s lives”. Here she explains her role in Mobilise-D, her new NUAcT fellowship at Newcastle University, and her perspective on how remote monitoring can revolutionize healthcare.  Silvia (37) was born in Agordo in the North-East of Italy and is a great fan of travelling and hiking. In her professional life, she has been involved in research for more than 10 years now. But how did a young girl from a small town nestled in the Dolomites, end up doing…

Key challenges in the use & development of digital endpoints from a health technology assessment (HTA) perspective

Digital endpoints offer a great potential to be considered in the HTA framework. So far, however, there is no institutional way in.  On February 15, 2021, IMI Neuronet hosted an online meeting of its working group on health technology assessment (HTA) and regulatory interactions, moderated by Diana O’Rourke from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). The discussions were based around the experiences of three different IMI projects that are…

Neuronet ECR submission for the virtual Alzheimer Europe Conference is open!

Neuronet invites Early Career Researchers from the Innovative Medicines Initiative’s neurodegeneration research projects to present their work at the upcoming Alzheimer Europe Conference.Applicants whose abstracts are accepted for a Quick Oral or Poster presentation will be granted a free registration to attend the three-day virtual conference. The deadline for submissions is June 30. This will…

IMI article about our Digital Health Catalyst initiative

The Digital Health Catalyst (DHC) was created by Mobilise-D and IDEA-FAST in response to the growing need for research and application in the area of real-world digital measurements. “The field will require a new generation of personnel from areas including clinical research and application, sensor and hardware development, infrastructure and data handling, data processing and…

When life gives you lemons, make Lemon Drizzle cake!

Real World Stories – Episode 3: “My balance is elusive advanced Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Always optimistic. Want to walk at least 25 times a month for eight months #2021Walkathon. Love my Travelscoot (The Trike)”. This is the Twitter bio of “Patrick Burke, I walk very slowly”, the inspiration behind the third episode of our Real World Stories.   Patrick (68) is happily married and has three children in their 30s. He is medically…