AnthroTronix Honored As Finalist for 2015 Verl Zanders Emerging Business of the Year

As part of AnthroTronix’s nomination by the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce (MCCC) for the 2015 Verl Zanders Emerging Business of the Year, our CEO and Board Chair Dr. Cori Lathan was interviewed for the video below. AnthroTronix is honored to have been recognized by the Selection Committee, which states the following as criteria for the award: “This award is presented to a company on the leading edge of innovation by creating milestones in technology and/or business practices that have enhanced earnings and contributed to the County’s reputation as an outstanding place to do...

AnthroTronix CEO to Discuss FDA-Cleared Brain Health Assessment Tool at AARP Dementia Care Technology and Innovation Forum

AnthroTronix CEO to Discuss FDA-Cleared Brain Health Assessment Tool at AARP Dementia Care Technology and Innovation Forum ****** Dr. Cori Lathan to Address the Use of Cognitive mHealth Tools for Individuals with Dementia and their Caregivers Silver Spring, Md. – AnthroTronix (@AnthroTronix) CEO and Board Chair Dr. Cori Lathan(@clathan) will participate in the one-day AARP Dementia Care Technology and Innovation Forum, where she will discuss the AnthroTronix FDA-cleared brain health assessment tool, DANA, and its use as a diagnostic support tool for those at-risk for dementia and for caregivers of those with dementia. WHO: AnthroTronix, an engineering research and development firm committed to optimizing the interaction between people and technology. WHAT: Dr. Cori Lathan will speak on the panel “The Dementia Journey,” which will review the different stages of the dementia journey (diagnosis, therapy, coaching caregivers, social engagement, independent living). The panelists will discuss the exciting approaches and technologies that could be used now and in the future to help with diagnosis and management of dementia to improve the lives both of those who have the disease and their caregivers. Lathan will share her experience developing DANA and how the brain health software platform can be used to indicate changes in cognitive health that could be early indicators of dementia and help dementia caregivers, who are at increased risk for depression due to the physical, mental, and emotional burden of caregiving. Research studies have been conducted using DANA, including one that used the tool to analyze the cognitive effect that ongoing caregiving has on those who serve individuals with dementia and another that studied the stability and reliability of DANA in...