Assessing Anhedonia with Quantitative Tasks, Digital and Patient Reported Measures in a Multi-Center, Double-Blind Trial With BTRX-246040 for the Treatment of Major Depressive Disorder

November 30, 2017

Annette Madrid, Daniel Smith, Sarah Alvarez-Horine, Kerensa Saljooqi, Paul Dagum, Atul Mahableshwarkar

This poster reports preliminary results from a Phase 2A trial of BTRX-246040, a potent and selective antagonist of the human nociception receptor (NOPR), as a treatment for anhedonia in patients with major depressive disorder. Mindstrong’s digital phenotyping is one of the outcome measures being used to assess efficacy.

Join the Disruptors of Health Science

November 1, 2017

Thomas R. Insel

This Commentary describes the changing ecosystem as small and large tech companies become involved in biomedical research and healthcare.

Digital Phenotyping: Technology for a New Science of Behavior

October 3, 2017

Thomas R. Insel

This JAMA Viewpoint article describes digital phenotyping as a new technology for providing passive, objective, continuous information for diagnosing and monitoring mental illness.