PennAITech is actively engaged in research and discovery activities on the University of Pennsylvania Campus and collaborates with researchers and groups in all of the Penn schools.
The Penn Memory Center is a single, unified Penn Medicine source for those age 65 and older seeking evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, information, and research opportunities related to symptoms of progressive memory loss, and accompanying changes in thinking, communication and personality. The Center offers state-of-the-science diagnosis, treatment and research, focusing on individuals with Alzheimer’s disease, mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and other age-related progressive memory disorders.
The mission of the Center is to influence, via rigorous evidence, practices and policies designed to enhance transitions in health and healthcare, improve health and quality of life outcomes and promote wiser use of resources for the growing population of chronically ill adults in the U.S. and globally.
Institute for Biomedical Informatics (IBI)
The IBI provides leadership, education, and critical infrastructure to advance the integration and application of informatics methods and software in biomedical research including studies of common neuropsychiatric diseases such as depression, anxiety, stroke, and dementia.
The PTNC at the Perelman School of Medicine (PSOM) and Health System integrates Penn’s interdisciplinary, world-class neuroscience programs in patient care, education, and research by supporting pilot projects, clinical neuroscience initiatives, educational events, and start-up funding for junior faculty appointees in the clinical neurosciences.
The Center is a group of faculty and students from departments spanning the Schools of Arts and Sciences, Medicine, Law, Wharton and Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Pennsylvania, whose work addresses the ethical, legal and social implications of neuroscience.
The Home Care Suite is an actual home environment within the Helene Fuld Pavilion for Innovative Learning and Simulation in the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, serving as a platform to facilitate new ideas and tools for processes and systems that promote health and wellness, disease prevention and management in the home/ community setting across the lifespan. Within this space (that is built as a studio apartment) various technologies are installed (for short or long term) and pilot-tested. The goal is to accelerate design and testing of innovative health solutions in the home recognizing that simulated environments yield more unique responses and drive better explorations about prototypes and solutions.
Let's Work Together
Pilot grant awardees will have the opportunity to explore these and many more resources made available through PennAITech.