Our programmers and data architects are experts in big data, machine learning and other large scale data tools used to solve large problems, and highly individualized problems. These data engineers work virtually side-by-side (sometimes literally virtually by Skype and FaceTime), with neurologists, quantitative human biology experts from Silicon Valley, Austin, Stanford, and concierge medical doctors who investigate highly personalized disease drivers. We call this form of medical “computational systems medicine” and it is designed to apply large scale computation to individual human biology problems.
Here’s what we currently have for you:
- The I2A Community Forum is a moderated, online community where you can meet other caregivers, researchers, clinical trial organizers, and others.
- Polypharmacy Engine (BETA: currently being tested)
We are developing IsItAlzheimers.org in our spare time. Each person involved contributes their spare time to improve the platform and make it the best experience possible.
Here’s what’s coming:
- The release of open source code so software developers can join us in the fight against dementia.
- More “engines”, which will extend the capabilities of IsItAlzheimers.org and hopefully make it more useful.