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Wearable Sensors and Video Recording for Children (Birth to 24 Months) to Monitor Motor Developmen

IRB Protocol Number SX04202018


Megan O'Brien


The objective of this study is to develop an automated, precise, quantitative assay for detecting atypical motor behavior and development in infants using data from wearable sensors and video recordings.

Who Can Participate

Individuals at high risk of developing motor delays <24 months of age along with infants at low risk of developing motor delays.



Age Range

0-24 months

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