CoronaLytics: A 360 degree mobile/wearable data household approach to guide shared precision health and decision-making during the COVID-19 epidemic

Project: Research

Project Details


In the research project CoronaLytics, researchers from Aarhus University are collaborating with colleagues from general practice, among others. They combine and analyse health data obtained from citizens and their general practitioners during the first wave of the corona crisis. This is used to understand changes in behaviour and the spread of infection both within and outside households before, during and after the Danish Prime Minister closed society down back in March.

Key findings

The knowledge and solutions generated by the project will support the close dialogue between families and their general practitioners, qualify our readiness for future epidemics, and help combat the spread of the virus so as to reduce the need to close down society.

Layman's description

Researchers working on a new research project analyse health data from smartphones and wearables in households where one of the residents has either had or suspected that they had corona.

The project, which is supported by the Innovation Fund Denmark, aims to help families and general practitioners to tackle a possible second wave of Corona better.
Short titleCoronaLytics
Effective start/end date01/06/202031/08/2021


  • Innovationsfonden: DKK3,995,110.00
  • Engaging Citizen Science

    Ulrik Bak Kirk (Organizer), Trine Rolighed Thomsen (Organizer), Frederik Mølgaard Thaysen (Organizer) & Carsten Lyng Obel (Chair person)

    26 Apr 2022

    Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesParticipation in or organisation of workshop, seminar or course