UCSF’s Ashley Mason is using the Oura Ring to build an algorithm to help identify patterns of onset, progression, and recovery, for COVID-19.
The study will combine physiological data (temperature, respiratory rate, heart rate) with responses to daily symptom surveys from 2,000 front-line healthcare workers and the general population. It will be open to all Oura ring users.
The approach, if successful, could be used to track and manage other illnesses and conditions.
Click for details of the TemPredict study.