Depression Grand Challenge Symposium

February 8, 2018

8:30 am / 12:30 pm


NRB Auditorium

Depression Grand Challenge Symposium
?Mobile Personal Sensing, Behavior, and Health?
The Depression Grand Challenge will be hosting its first symposium on Personal Sensing in Depression. This symposium bringstogether world leaders in the field of mobile health technology, with thepurpose of focusing discussion on strategies for passively collecting datato better understand and treat depression. We hope you will join us for this unique opportunity to learn about cutting edge developments in this rapidly growing field situated at the intersection of research and health care.nSpeakers include:
Tanzeem Choudhury, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Information Science, and Director People-Aware Computing, Cornell University
Michelle Craske, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry, Director Anxiety and Depression Research Center, and Co-Director Depression Grand Challenge, UCLA
Mary Czerwinski, Ph.D., Research Manager, Visualization and Interaction Research Group, Microsoft Research
Anind Dey, Ph.D., Professor and Dean, Information School, University of Washington; Professor and former director, Human Computer Interaction Institute, Carnegie-Mellon University
Nelson Freimer, M.D. Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry and Human Genetics and Director, Depression Grand Challenge, UCLA
Ian Gotlib, Ph.D., David Starr Jordan Professor and Chair,Department of Psychology, Stanford University
Konrad Kording, Ph.D., Penn Integrates Knowledge Professor, University of Pennsylvania
David Mohr, Ph.D., Professor and Director, Center for Behavioral Intervention Technologies, Northwestern University
Katie Shilton, Ph.D., Associate Professor of information Studies, University of Maryland
Daniel McDuff, Ph.D., Researcher, Microsoft Research