Honorary professorial fellow Nick Allen featured at the White House

ADAPT White House 2016
The ADAPT lab presents their E.A.R.S. tool at the White House. Credit: @ADAPT_UO

Honorary professorial fellow Nick Allen, currently employed at the University of Oregon, recently presented a new tool developed by his lab at the White House as part of The Opportunity Project, an initiative focused on using open data to improve the lives of American citizens. Members of the ADAPT lab, including lab director Dr. Nick Allen, postdoctoral researcher Michelle Byrne, and graduate student Monika Lind, presented their “Effortless Assessment of Risk States” (E.A.R.S.) tool that generates risk-state information using data from smartphones to power precise, life-saving interventions for people in the midst of mental health crises.


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