MD2K In the News

Here are some links to articles that mention MD2K or one of its investigators has been in the news:

How Job Interviews Will Transform in the Next Decade, Wall Street Jounral

Memphis-Led Team Awarded $13.8 Million to Develop mPerf Mobile Sensor Technology for Workplace, The University of Memphis Magazine

mHealth Device Earns FDA Approval to Help Smokers Kick The Habit, mHealth Intelligence

Researchers to develop mobile sensor technology, improve job performance, The University of Minnesota

$13.8 million research contract is largest award in University of Memphis history, The Commercial Appeal

Verily Releases Study Watch for Medical Research, DZone

Memphis scientists worry Trump cuts could stifle research, The Commercial Appeal

Computer Science: A degree in the digital age, SI News

Can wearables help prevent addicts from relapsing?, ReadWrite

These Wearables Detect Health Issues Before They Happen, MIT Technology Review

Mobile sensor researchers at University of Memphis help harness big data, The Commercial Appeal

Precision Behavioral Interventions, Based On Revealed Preferences, Key To Population Health, Forbes Magazine, contributor discusses mHealthConnect Workshop hosted by MD2K and Mobilize Centers

Google names Memphis its 2015 eCity, Memphis Business Journal, on Google eCity designation that mentions MD2K research as a factor

Google names Memphis Tennessee’s eCity, High Ground Memphis, on Google eCity designation that mentions MD2K research as a factor

Feature: Can your mobile phone make you healthier?, article on mHealth features MD2K

How Mobile Sensor Devices May Help People Quit Smoking, mHealth Intelligence, Article on MD2K’s puffMarker research

Sensor-based wearable aims to keep ex-smokers from relapsing, Fierce Healthcare

Researchers using human sensing technology to study underserved populations, Phys.org, Report on MD2K’s first year

MD2K’s first year yields gains toward goal of precision medicine, Rice University Media

UCSF Awarded $9.75 Million to Create Platform Accelerating Mobile Health Research, UCSF News Center. Mentions future collaboration between UCSF center at MD2K

Wearing Your Health on Your Sleeve, Biomedical Computation Review: Overview of mHealth research includes interviews with Ida Sim, Santosh Kumar and Emre Ertin

Harnessing mobile health technologies to transform human health, ScopeBlog (Stanford Medicine): Ida Sim, Lead Investigator for the MD2K Consortium Core, co-founder of Open mHealth and Professor of Medicine at University of California, San Francisco, was interviewed for an article on research platforms like Apple ResearchKit

7 Ways Apple’s New Software Could Change Medical Research For The Better, The Huffington Post: Ida Sim, Lead Investigator for the MD2K Consortium Core, co-founder of Open mHealth and Professor of Medicine at University of California, San Francisco, was interviewed for an article on Apple ResearchKit

Local professor’s research is helping to shape national initiative on precision medicine,” High Ground News, Memphis, Tenn.: Article on Santosh Kumar and MD2K’s involvement in the Precision Medicine Initiative

University of Memphis professor lends expertise to Obama initiative,” The Commercial Appeal: Article on Santosh Kumar and MD2K’s involvement in the Precision Medicine Initiative

Little sensors, big data: Psychologists are participating in an NIH project to collect health data from wearable sensors, Monitor on Psychology, American Psychological Association: Article on the MD2K Center quotes MD2K investigators J. Gayle Beck of the University of Memphis and Mustafa al’Absi of the University of Minnesota

Fitness apps lack evidence-based tools,” Reuters: Article on a study conducted by MD2K researcher David E. Conroy, Professor of Preventive Medicine at Northwestern

What if your wearable could stop bad habits in their tracks? ” The Chicago Tribune: An interview with Northwestern University’s Bonnie Spring, Ph.D., the leader of MD2K’s smoking cessation research thrust, about about the MD2K Center for Excellence

New Center Seeks to Bring Context to Sensor Data,” The Wall Street Journal CIO Journal (subscription): Interview with Santosh Kumar about the MD2K Center

University of Memphis Gets ‘Big Data’ Grant,” Memphis (Tenn.) Daily News: Article on the announcement of the MD2K Center

Univ. of Memphis to lead Mobile Sensor Data research, High Ground News, Memphis, Tenn.: Interview w/Santosh Kumar regarding the MD2K Center

New Mobile Sensor Technology Helps Prevent Smoking Relapse, BioNews Texas: An interview with MD2K investigator David Wetter of Rice University about the MD2K Center

Novel Mobile Sensing Technologies May Help Prevent Relapses in Smokers Trying to Stop,” AZo Sensors.com: Article on Rice University’s participation in the MD2K Center

NIH’s $10.8M grant for sensor-enabled congestive heart failure, smoking cessation tools mobihealthnews.com: Article on announcement of MD2K Center

Big data: Ohio State, research centers to gather patient information using sensors, cameras,” Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch: Article on MD2K Center and Ohio State’s participation

NIH invests almost $32 million to increase utility of biomedical research data,” National Institutes of Health press release: Announcement of the NIH grants funding MD2K and other research centers

Big Data a Big Deal for First Recipients of Biomedical Big Data Grants,” – The White House Blog: Discussing the grant announcement announcement

University of Memphis lands $10.8 million grant to be center of mobile health big data,” The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tenn. (subscription): Article about the announcement of the MD2K Center grant

Open mHealth lead technology partner on $10.8 million NIH grant to develop digital health data analytics for assessing disease risk,” Open mHealth: Article announcing Open mHealth’s partnership with the MD2K Center

University of Memphis participating in $32 million NIH program,” Memphis Business Journal: Article on the announcement of the MD2K Center

New NIH Big Data to Knowledge center of excellence,” University of Massachusetts Amherst: Announcement of UMass participation in MD2K Center

NIH Awards New National Center of Excellence for Mobile Sensor Data-to-Knowledge,” University of California, San Diego: Announcement of UCSD participation in the MD2K Center

NIH spends $10.8 million to convert activity trackers into medical alarms,” BetaBoston.Com (The Boston Globe): Article on the MD2K Center and UMass participation

New NIH Big Data to facilitate collection of large-scale health data ,” ECN Magazine: Article discusses UMass. involvement in MD2K Center

New NIH Big Data to Knowledge center of excellence, , Phys.org: Article on MD2K Center and involvement of UMass researchers

Making Sense of Big Data for Improved Patient Care, The Ohio State University: Article on Ohio State’s participation in the MD2K project

NIH grant supports U-M analysis of big data from mobile health sensors,” Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan: Article on Michigan’s participation in the MD2K Center

 

 

 

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