Warfighter Analytics for Smartphone Healthcare (WASH) WPI Project Page

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Warfighters face an increased exposure to various ailments such as Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and infectious diseases. Digital biomarkers are smartphone-sensable user behaviors that can reliably indicate the health status, ailment symptoms and condition of the smartphone user. For example, an ailing smartphone user may exhibit reduced daily step counts or stay longer in sedentary activity states during their day.

Funded by the DARPA Warfighter Analytics using Smartphones for Health (WASH) project, our team is researching and developing machine/deep learning algorithms that synthesize reliable smartphone biomarkers that enable continuous, real-time assessment of TBI and infectious diseases afflicting warfighters by leveraging data unobtrusively captured from smartphone sensors.

Our approach includes:



Current Students

Medical Collaborators



This project is funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).