Study of Keyboard Typing as Way of Monitoring Motor Skills Planned

Study of Keyboard Typing as Way of Monitoring Motor Skills Planned

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Study of Keyboard Typing as Way of Monitoring Motor Skills Planned

nQ Medical and EvergreenHealth are looking for people with early stage Parkinson’s disease to enter a monthlong study of a software tool — known as neuroQWERTY — to help track motor symptoms by monitoring how fingers interact with a computer’s keyboard. The study, expected to start in July, will enroll about 50 patients at the Booth Gardner Parkinson’s Care Center at EvergreenHealth in Washington state. Four in-person visits to that center, one for each of the study’s weeks, are required.…

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