OBJECTIVE PARKINSON’S DISEASE MEASUREMENT SYSTEM
The Objective Parkinson’s Disease Measurement (OPDM) System is comprised of both Dexterity and Mobility measurement devices, which communicate to a central server via the Internet. Researchers access the
data on this central server through a web interface. Having been evaluated in clinical experiments, the OPDM System is paving the way for objective measurement of Parkinson’s Disease.
The OPDM System is brought to you by a collaboration of many different people and entities, each bringing a different set of strengths and resources to the project.
This effort includes large entities including Intel and the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, research institutions including Oregon Health Sciences University and Portland State University, startup companies including APDM, and many leading scientists and thought leaders from inside and outside of the Parkinson’s Disease space.