This year we were pleased to be part of the ISPAH 2021 Congress (International Society for Physical Activity and Health), which took place virtually on 12-14 October.
The ISPAH Congress represents the world’s largest forum related to physical activity and public health and brings together thought-leaders, policy makers, community leaders, and researchers from over 30 countries for conversation, debate, and innovate talks.
On day two of the conference, our CTO and Founder, Joss Langford, participated in a panel discussion entitled; Digital Biomarkers for Monitoring Intrinsic Capacity for Healthy Ageing. In the session, the panellists report on the development of digital biomarkers data that contribute to a panel of measures for proactively assessing different aspects of intrinsic capacity, a critical component of healthy ageing.
Joss was joined by Melvyn Hillsdon (Associate Professor of Physical Activity and Population Health, University of Exeter), Veerle Knoop (Postdoctoral Researcher Gerontology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel), and Brad Metcalf (Senior Lecturer in Physical Activity and Health, University of Exeter).
If you missed the discussion, you can catch up on YouTube below.