Noah Jones

Affective Computing
  • Research Assistant

Noah Jones is a 2nd year masters student in the Affective Computing group at MIT Media Lab.  He studied Psychology, Neuroscience and Mathematics as an Undergraduate and has worked as a clinical research scientist for the Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute at UC. Berkeley, Wake Forest School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry and startup Neurolex Health Diagnostics.

His current research focuses on the usage of digital phenotyping to assist populations with unmet mental health needs and novel methods to improve the selection, design and maintenance of interventions for supporting their wellbeing.

Noah Jones is a 2nd year masters student in the Affective Computing group at MIT Media Lab.  He studied Psychology, Neuroscience and Mathematics as an Undergraduate and has worked as a clinical research scientist for the Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute at UC. Berkeley, Wake Forest School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry and startup Neurolex Health Diagnostics.

His current research focuses on the usage of digital phenotyping to assist populations with unmet mental health needs and novel methods to improve the selection, design and maintenance of interventions for supporting their wellbeing.