Crowdsourcing digital health measures to predict Parkinson’s disease severity: the Parkinson’s Disease Digital Biomarker DREAM Challenge
Solveig K. Sieberts,
Bálint Ármin Pataki,
Elias Chaibub Neto,
E. Ray Dorsey,
Laura L. Elo,
Fatemeh Noushin Golabchi,
Maria K Jaakkola,
Thanneer M Perumal,
Nastaran Mohammadian Rad,
Mikko S Venäläinen,
the Parkinson’s Disease Digital Biomarker Challenge Consortium,
Lara M. Mangravite,
Posted 16 Jan 2020
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/2020.01.13.904722
Posted 16 Jan 2020
Mobile health, the collection of data using wearables and sensors, is a rapidly growing field in health research with many applications. Deriving validated measures of disease and severity that can be used clinically or as outcome measures in clinical trials, referred to as digital biomarkers, has proven difficult. In part due to the complicated analytical approaches necessary to develop these metrics. Here we describe the use of crowdsourcing to specifically evaluate and benchmark features derived from accelerometer and gyroscope data in two different datasets to predict the presence of Parkinson’s Disease (PD) and severity of three PD symptoms: tremor, dyskinesia and bradykinesia. Forty teams from around the world submitted features, and achieved drastically improved predictive performance for PD status (best AUROC=0.87), as well as tremor (best AUPR=0.75), dyskinesia (best AUPR=0.48) and bradykinesia (best AUPR=0.95) severity.
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