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New Research Partner: MIT Media Lab

We are excited to welcome Ian Eslick of MIT Media Lab to our research partners! Ian is studying collective self-experimentation and treatment recommendations, and will access subsets of CureTogether’s data to assist with his research.

CureTogether actively partners with academic researchers who approach us about studying our data. We believe having more minds looking at the data will only accelerate discovery, as each researcher brings their own approach and interest to the data analysis.

Our current research partnerships include, in alphabetical order by institution:

Carnegie Mellon University
Kateryna Kuksenok and Jen Mankoff
Dynamic filtering visualization of CureTogether data (in progress)


Drexel University

Will Dampier
Building an adaptive recommendation system for treatments (in progress)


Emory University

Adam Sperduto and Suephy Chen
Feasibility and Reliability of Internet Crowdsourcing Data Collection with Dermatologic Quality of Life Assessment Tools


MIT Media Laboratory
Ian Eslick
Collective self-experimentation and recommendations (in progress)


Stanford University
Diana MacLean and Jeff Heer
Analysis and visualization of community dynamics and data over time (in progress)


Transparency Life Sciences
Tomasz Sablinski
Open Source Clinical Trial on Low-Dose Naltrexone


University of California Davis
April W. Armstrong, MD MPH
Personalized Therapeutics and Evaluation of Treatment Responses in Skin Diseases from Patient-Driven Data (in progress)


If you are a researcher interested in working with CureTogether’s data for your project, please let us know.


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