Obtain a helpful overview of how and why actigraphy is being used in clinical research today from the experts at Koneksa. Watch a webinar replay and download a supporting whitepaper, “Actigraphy in Action: Why It’s Vital for Clinical Trials & How to Do It Right,” to learn more about this valuable measure in clinical trials.
The use of actigraphy and physical activity tracking devices in clinical research has increased sharply in the past ten years, and hundreds of currently active trials contain actigraphy components. An increased focus on patient-centric drug development also has led to the wider adoption of various technologies, including more general use of actigraphy, which supports measurement in remote settings.
This webinar and whitepaper discuss how and why actigraphy is being used in clinical research today. Based on our experience in recent clinical trials, Koneksa experts share best practices for the best possible patient engagement when utilizing digital performance measures in your studies.
Robert Ellis, Ph.D.
Head of R&D at Koneksa
Robert leads Koneksa’s data sciences team, working with an internal team of data scientists and statisticians for algorithm development, validation activities, and the development of next-generation digital measures. Robert has a Ph.D. in geophysics and more than ten years of experience in enterprise technology leadership at the SVP/CTO level.
VP of Customer at Koneksa
Matt supports all aspects of study execution at Koneksa, leading a team that engages closely with study sponsors, CRO partners, and investigator sites from initial planning through database lock. Matt holds an MBA from Columbia and worked as a pharmaceutical industry consultant with Deloitte before joining Koneksa.
Clinical Research Coordinator at Suburban Research Associates
Abigail Davis, M.P.H., is a Clinical Research Coordinator with Suburban Research Associates. Abigail has served as a Research Assistant at University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, and holds a B.S. in Public Health as well as an M.P.H. in Epidemiology, both from Temple University.