Siddharth Arora and colleagues win Martin Black Prize for 2019 from the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine

The Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine has announced the winners of the Martin Black Prize for 2019, which is awarded for the best paper published in Physiological Measurement.

The winner was 'Big data in Parkinson’s disease: using smartphones to remotely detect longitudinal disease phenotypes’ by Oxford Mathematician Siddharth Arora and John Prince and Maarten de Vos from Oxford's Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Department of Engineering Science respectively.

The paper's objective was to better understand the longitudinal characteristics of Parkinson’s disease through the analysis of finger tapping and memory tests collected remotely using smartphones. More on Siddharth's work can be found here.