If you’re here, chances are you have a brain disorder or you know someone who does. You may want to control information about your brain health and make sure it's protected. Read on to learn how Miro secures your data and how Miro allows you to control its use.
What information does Miro collect?
Miro may collect and store personal information through our website or app, including:
Personal health information that may include age, gender, education, handedness, diagnoses, medications, healthcare provider notes and diagnoses, healthcare provider licensure number.
Your name and contact information.
Video and audio recordings of you.
Your Interaction with our website or app, including touchscreen click locations and timing.
How does Miro use my information?
We use information collected to improve Miro’s science and usability and to advance research on brain disorders. For example:
Your data will be de-identified and pooled with other Miro users data to help us develop algorithms to better detect differentiate and track disorders.
Will my information be shared?
Your de-identified and anonymized data may be shared with collaborating researchers who are working to advance knowledge and treatments for brain disorders.
Your identifiable information will only be used if you consent to its this use and only to the extent of your consent.
What if I want to withdraw my information?
You can request the deletion of your information at any time.
Information that has been de-identified prior to your request may not be deleted.
Please note that in some cases, Miro may be required to keep your data for a certain amount of time and may not be able to comply with your deletion request.