Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative

Course Name"Managing Moods-The Human Computer Interface" 7th Annual Prechte
Course Date2013-10-28 13:00:00
Address 1UM Depression Center Auditorium
Address 24250 Plymouth Rd
Contact NameKat Bergman
Contact Number734-763-1440
CityAnn Arbor
Course Link
Course DescriptionPlease join us for an innovative discussion of the current status of bipolar disorder research, specifically highlighting human-centered computing (HCC). HCC is the science of decoding human behavior. A new study from the Prechter Research Program uses special computer software to analyze speech patterns to see if it can predict mood changes in people with bipolar disorder. Participants for this project (named "PRIORI,” for Prioritizing Care) are recruited from the Prechter Longitudinal Study of Bipolar Disorder. This year, we are pleased to announce that the keynote speaker for the 7th Annual Prechter Lecture is one of the co-investigators of the PRIORI study, Emily Mower Provost, Ph.D., an assistant professor in U-M’s Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) Department. Dr. Provost has been awarded the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (2004-2007), the Herbert Kunzel Engineering Fellowship from USC (2007-2008, 2010-2011), the Intel Research Fellowship (2008-2010), and the Achievement Rewards For College Scientists (ARCS) Award (2009 - 2010).
CE Value (credits)3.5
CE TypeStandard

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