I have also worked to translate scientific findings into real world impact using digital methods. This work from the bench led to innovative new technologies in outcomes assessments in preclinical models of neurological disease; my work was the primary subject of a report in Nature describing the impact of these tools for preclinical science.
I started my company, ConductScience.com (subsidiaries of mazeengineers.com and qolty.com), in 2013 while in medical school. ConductScience.com provides next generation scientific tools using novel technologies including artificial intelligent mazes, digital health apps, vision tracking, virtual reality, drones, and more. The company has been featured in Nature, Huffington Post, Popular Science, Discover Magazine, NPR, and the tools have been used and cited in manuscripts published in Nature and the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The company is a supplier at over 500 universities and private pharmaceutical companies worldwide and with international distribution in over 40 countries.
- Choi C. The mazes with minds of their own. Nature. 2018.