Ever since my father, Johnson Moozhayil, was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, I sought to make a difference by using applied machine learning and AI. Since 2018, I have been researching, developing, and testing several core components to slow the progression of Parkinson’s. My research has spanned between Stanford Psychology and Donner Lab at UC Berkeley. My team and I have also developed powerful dashboards for neurologists and physiotherapists. Everyone can benefit while bringing efficiency and clarity to challenging problems. I believe people, especially patients, should be involved early at the beginning of AI Technology. The future of healthcare will only benefit if it keeps patients at the center of innovative technologies, just like we do here at Age-Less AI.
A main focus for all of us at Age-Less AI is to support our community as we all attempt to create a future free of Parkinson’s. Take a look at the campaigns, fundraisers, and movements we support, as well as those we have launched on our own.
Dear Mr. President,Send the Red Letter View the Red Letter
“IN 1938, FDR AND MILLIONS OF AMERICANS LED A MARCH OF DIMES TO END POLIO. TODAY, PARKINSON’S IS THE WORLD’S FASTEST GROWING BRAIN DISEASE, AFFECTING 1.2 MILLION AMERICANS. WE GIVE A DIME ABOUT PARKINSON’S, AND TOGETHER WE CAN END IT."
- Ending PD