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Kate Lyden

Kate Lyden, PhD., Lead Scientist at VivoSense. Kate holds degrees in Kinesiology and Applied Physiology and has extensive research experience developing, validating, and using wearable sensors.

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Digital Biomarker Discovery: All for One, Not One for All

Posted by Kate Lyden on May 21, 2020

When it comes to the development and discovery of novel digital biomarkers in clinical trials, one size does not fit all. Patrick Hankey, our head of strategic business development, sums up the problem very well when he explains, “If you have seen one clinical trial, you have seen one clinical trial.” In this article, we describe what we mean by “one size does not fit all” within the context of digital biomarker discovery and provide examples of how this principle is particularly relevant to the validation of wearable sensor solutions.

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Digital Biomarker Discovery Must be Hypothesis-Driven

Posted by Kate Lyden on May 6, 2020

The first guiding principle to the development and discovery of novel digital biomarkers is hypothesis-driven research. In this article, we will describe our approach and provide examples of how we use this principle to ensure robust digital biomarker development.

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