NeuroboothAbout this research study:
Creating New Measures to Diagnose and Measure Neurological Diseases with Neurobooth.

The purpose of this research study is to create new digital tools to measure speech, movement, and cognition in people with and without neurological diseases. The goal is to improve the accuracy of diagnosis and the ability to discover effective treatments.

How it works:
Neurobooth uses many digital devices to quickly collect information about motor and cognitive symptoms. It then uses machine learning and Artificial Intelligence algorithms to gain insights about disease and produce measures for clinical trials.

What to expect:
You will be guided through a 30-minute assessment inside of the Neurobooth that will measure motor skills, eye movements, speech, and thinking which may include completing tasks on a computer, wearing sensors on your body, and having movements and speech recorded with cameras and a microphone. Participants may be asked to repeat the tasks for up to 3 years. After, a $25 gift card will be provided as a thank you. If you are seen at the Mass General neurology clinic, the research session can be completed before or after your scheduled clinic visit.

You may be eligible if you:
  • Are willing to travel to Boston for the in-person assessment
  • Have a known or possible neurologic condition
  • Are healthy individuals
  • Are at least 14 years of age 
Additional information can be found on the study flyer.

How to participate:
If you are interested in participation or would like to learn more about the study, please visit or contact the Neurobooth team by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Contact Info:

Phone: 857-238-1520

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Location: Massachusetts General Hospital Neurology Clinic

Wang Ambulatory Center, 8th floor

15 Parkman Street,

Boston, MA 02114

Anyone considering participating in a clinical trial should discuss the matter with his or her physician. FARA does not endorse or recommend any particular studies.