The Source: Three Ways 'Digital Medicine' Could Help With Brain Disorders
With cutting-edge developments in bioscience and medicine, consoles, computers and smartphones are becoming more integral tools in everyday life.
When neurological disorders like autism and bipolar disorder are involved, however, can using an app or learning how to code help curb symptoms? What other "digital medicine" technologies can be used as resources to improve brain health?
- Dr. Adam Gazzaley, founder & executive director of Neuroscape and professor in neurology, physiology and psychiatry at University of California, San Francisco
- Dr. Charles Bowden, psychiatrist at UT Health San Antonio and one of the co-developers/investigators of the KIOS Bipolar app
- Debi Pfitzenmaier, founding executive director of San Antonio Youth Code Jam
Dr. Gazzaley will be speaking at a Mind Science Foundation event on the topic of "Digital Medicine" on Tuesday, March 7 at the Pearl Stable. Learn more about his work in the video below: