Dr. Elizabeth Torres, RuCCS Affiliate and Associate Professor of Psychology, made the cover of the
Journal of Personalized Medicine (shown right) for her paper "Digitized ADOS: Social Interactions
beyond the Limits of the Naked Eye" owing to high public interest and spike in downloads. The paper discusses artificial intelligence and machine learning related work and wearables that when combined
with clinical criteria offer much more to families than current and traditional autism diagnoses alone.
Access the paper on the MDPI site here.