We build and apply technologies such as wearable devices, mobile apps, and analytics tools to help diagnose, assess, monitor, and improve mental health.

We are a research lab within the Child Mind Institute and work with clinicians and patients who inspire and guide the development of our technologies.

Devices

We are building our own devices that users wear to monitor and receive feedback about behaviors related to their mental health.

The Tingle wearable

for compulsive behaviors

The Thermo

The Thermo wearable

for position tracking

Intraoral Respiration Monitor

Intraoral Respiration Monitor

for tracking breathing

more devices…

Mobile Apps

Our mobile apps provide a convenient way of extending therapies from the clinic to the home in an engaging way.

Mindlogger

data collection platform

Token Tower

Token Tower

behavior modification app

Taction app

Taction!

exposure therapy app

Analytics

We build and apply analytics tools appropriate for sensor and informatics data.

mhealthx

mhealthx software pipeline

for feature analysis

Questionnaires study

Questionnaires study

to select informative questions

M3Q

My Mind Matters Quiz

for mental health profiles

The Team

Our lab is a small but unstoppable team. We work with clinicians as well as other researchers to ensure that what we build has the greatest potential to help people improve their mental health, either at the Child Mind Institute or anywhere in the world.

Arno Klein

Director

Anisha Keshavan

Research Scientist

Curt White

Device Developer

Jon Clucas

Research Technology Analyst

Jake Son

Research Assistant

Anirudh Krishnakumar

PhD student

Ada

Deep Learning

Paul Banyan

Network Theorist

Blog

News, Tutorials, Explorations

CNEURO

Winter School: Neurotechnology Applications on Aging-Related Disorders

NEUROTECHSCHOOL 2018
Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Arno, Jon and Anirudh in Paris in front of a whiteboard section.

Open Health Research

workshop at the CRI
Wednesday, October 17, 2018

map of coauthorship of PubMed publications using FCP/INDI data

Bibliometric analysis

of open data literature
Thursday, July 19, 2018