Helping Trauma Survivors through Big Data: Dr. Gari Clifford

Join One Mind President Brandon Staglin for an inspiring talk with Dr. Gari Clifford of the One Mind-funded AURORA Study about how technology-supported research can help people who experience post-traumatic stress to live healthier, happier lives. Audience questions were encouraged. Gari was available for follow-up questions on this page through Friday, August 30, 2019.

During the webcast, Gari responded to these questions:

  • What is biomedical informatics, and how can it help advance brain healthcare?
  • How did you get involved in the AURORA Study?
  • How does AURORA aim to help trauma survivors?
  • What have you discovered so far?
  • What is the potential of wearable technology to track brain health and improve lives?
  • How can health data tracking help to de-stigmatize brain illness?
  • How can interested viewers get involved?

Please enjoy the recording, and share what you learn.

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5 thoughts on “Helping Trauma Survivors through Big Data: Dr. Gari Clifford

  1. Such a wonderful interview! Although it’s hard to understand the shear complexity of the data, it’s great to hear that you and the AURORA team do understand it and that you are using it to uncover such important outcomes related to post-traumatic stress and other mental illnesses. Thank you Gari!

    1. Thanks for your kind words Garett.

      It’s a real honor to be a part of this great team, addressing such an important issue!

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