July 22, 2014 | Students at Israel’s College of Management in Rishon L’Zion successfully developed an application that can detect Parkinson’s disease and help those effected get treatment. AbbVie Pharmaceutical Research & Development company, and international company, entered into cooperation with the College of Management’s school of computer sciences and the result was an application which can detect and aid Parkinson’s patients from afar. The application they developed allows Parkinson’s patients to go through a number of exercises recommended by their doctors to keep their minds sharp and in shape. In addition, the application reports patients’ process back to their doctors in order to assess what kind of treatment they should be given. Now AbbVie is considering marketing the application, according to the College of Management.