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2016 MD2K Annual Meeting

The 3rd Annual MD2K All Hands Meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 4 and Wednesday, October 5 at the FedEx Institute of Technology on the University of Memphis campus. The MD2K Annual Meeting is the only annual event where all MD2K team members are required to attend in person. Attendees will include MD2K team members, Center staff, NIH/NSF officials, other BD2K team members, and University of Memphis officials.

The goals of the annual meeting are to interact face-to-face with other team members, share and learn the progress made so far, review/revise the policies and procedures of the Center, and chart the direction for the future of MD2K. Specifically, we will look to

♦ reflect on the lessons learned in Year 2

♦ review the Center operational procedures and policies

♦ create the milestones for success moving forward

♦ explore collaborative synergies within the BD2K consortium and industry

♦ identify MD2K’s place in the precision medicine initiative

♦ solidify the benchmarks that will be used to track progress throughout this project period

The Annual meeting will have a similar format to previous years' meetings, including: the MD2K business meeting, breakout sessions dedicated to individual Thrust work, and networking & Team Science building activities. A MD2K Hands-On Software Training Day will be held for all doctoral students, post-docs, junior faculty, and study staff the day prior to the official kick-off of the business meeting on Monday, October 3.

 


 

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Hands-On Software Training Day

FedEx Institute of Technology - Memphis, TN
October 3, 2016

Course Description

The MD2K Hands-On Software Training course provides a hands-on introduction to our smartphone platform (mCerebrum) and our cloud platform (Cerebral Cortex). The day will begin with every participant receiving a set of hardware to wear and going through a tutorial on putting everything on and configuring mCerebrum to collect, process, and upload data.  The remainder of the day will continue to utilize the ongoing data collection to demonstrate and explain components of the platforms.

Subsequent sessions will provide more in-depth discussion of various components of mCerebrum and Cerebral Cortex suitable for both the health-science and data-science communities. It will highlight key components including: DataKit, a public data bus capable of transporting 3 million samples per hour, how we achieve real-time marker computation, various significant data streams with details to specific algorithms presented by their respective authors, and the various human interface mechanisms we support and enable with mCerebrum.

The afternoon will explore how Cerebral Cortex’s interface can be utilized to monitor ongoing studies and participants, how to export data from the cloud system for analysis in a variety of tools, the specifics of how data is inserted into the platform, some of the back-end data processing mechanisms including a data diagnostics tool designed to identify failures from analyzing various data streams, and finally how we train our models for the cStress and puffMarker algorithms.

The day will conclude with an overview of the future directions we wish to take the platform including new capabilities and features and a discussion of how one can contribute to the system.

Agenda

9:00-10:00 am

Session 1: Introduction to mCerebrum and Cerebral Cortex

  1. Welcome and overview

  2. Hands on session (Using mCerebrum and Cerebral Cortex)

    1. Handout devices

    2. Break for participants to put on sensors - Everyone

    3. Configure and setup mCerebrum - Everyone

    4. Verify data collection and upload - Everyone supported by Memphis team

10:00-10:30 am

Session 2: What is in it? (mCerebrum - the smartphone platform)

  1. Architecture overview and features

    1. Layered and modular design

    2. DataKit - A public data bus transporting 3 million samples per hour

    3. Real-time marker computation - Computations must not fall behind

    4. Significant data streams: High-frequency raw data: ECG, respiration, accelerometer, gyrometer, battery, GPS

      1. Features: RR-interval, heart rate, HRV, respiration rate, inspiration and expiration durations, and 30+ additional features

      2. Momentary biomarkers: stress probability, smoking puffs, driving, activity

      3. Episodes: Stress, Smoking

10:30-11:00 am

Break

11:00 am-noon

Session 3: How does it work? (mCerebrum)

  1. Data sources and Communication interfaces:

    1. Phone Sensors, Microsoft Band, Omron BP and Weight, AutoSense, EasySense, MotionSense, Oral-B

  2. Signal processing and Biomarker

    1. RIP, ECG, wrist, cStress, puffMarker, heart-rate recovery, driving/riding, conversation, and data quality

  3. Participant User Interface

  4. Human Interaction

    1. User initiated labels, EMA/EMI scheduler, and stress-triggered EMI

12:30-2:00 pm

Lunch and Networking

2:00-3:00 pm

Session 4: Cerebral Cortex Architecture and Capabilities

  1. Data collection monitoring: study dashboard and data visualization

  2. Data export

  3. Data processing: data ingestion and data diagnostics

  4. Model training

3:00-3:30 pm

Session 5: Future directions

  1. mCerebrum

    1. New sensors: Eyeglasses, Android wear/smartwatches, commercial chest bands

    2. New biomarkers: Eating, Speaking, Brushing, TV Ad exposure

    3. Security and privacy: Access Controller, Encryption-based Privacy wrapper, Smart obfuscation

    4. iOS

  2. Cerebral Cortex

    1. AWS/Azure production environment

    2. Discovery Dashboard

    3. Unified data store

    4. Open mHealth integration

3:30-4:00 pm

Session 6: How do I contribute?

  1. Code

  2. Testing

Conclusion


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Agenda

 

Monday, October 3, 2016

9:00 am–
4:00 pm

 

MD2K Software Hands-on Training – FedEx Institute of Technology

More info here

7:00–9:00 pm

 

Team Dinner – Hosted by Smriti & Santosh Kumar
7940 Farmingdale Rd.
Germantown, TN 38138

Map

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

7:00–8:00 am

 

Breakfast, University of Memphis Holiday Inn -- Medallion Restaurant

8:30–8:45 am

 

Welcome from Center Director, NIH, Team Introductions - Santosh Kumar

8:45–9:00 am

 

Introduction to Data Science Research Core – Jim Rehg

9:00–9:20 am

 

Sensor Platforms – Emre Ertin

9:20–9:40 am

 

Sensors to Markers –Deepak Ganesan

9:40–10:00 am

 

Markers to Predictors (Predictive Analytics) – Jim Rehg

10:00–10:20 am

 

Break

10:20–10:40 am

 

MD2K Computational Platforms and Architecture — Mani Srivastava

10:40–11:00 am

 

MD2K Software Platforms - Tim Hnat

11:00–11:20 am

 

MD2K Standardization Activities — Ida Sim

11:20 am–noon

 

Sensor and Software Development Process - A Historical Perspective – Emre Ertin & Tim Hnat

12:00–12:30 pm

 

Lunch & Networking (FedEx Institute of Technology)

12:30–1:30 pm

 

MD2K Poster and Demo Session (for the MD2K Team)

1:15–1:30 pm

 

*MD2K Team Photo*

1:30–2:00 pm

 

MD2K Smoking Study: Current and Future Plans – Bonnie Spring

2:00–2:20 pm

 

MD2K CHF Study — William Abraham

2:20–3:00 pm

 

Brainstorming: Publication Plans & Second Iteration of the Study — William Abraham

3:00–3:20 pm

 

MD2K Participant Engagement Efforts & Plans — Jim Rehg

3:20–3:40 pm

 

Break

3:40–4:00 pm

 

Training Core — Vivek Shetty

4:00–5:00* pm

 

MD2K Future Funding/Sustainability Planning — Santosh Kumar (Methodist Theater, FIT) Concurrent Session: Students to meet with NIH — Richard Conroy (Digital Living, FIT 316)

5:00–5:30 pm

 

Break

5:30–6:30 pm

 

Reception, Networking and MD2K Poster and Demo Exhibition (Public Event)

6:30–8:30 pm

 

Dinner, FedEx Institute of Technology

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

7:30–8:30 am

 

Breakfast, University of Memphis Holiday Inn — Medallion Restaurant

9:00–9:30 am

 

Consortium Core — Ida Sim

9:30–10:00 am

 

Data Description, Sharing, Access and IRB

10:00–10:20 am

 

Administration Core - Joe Biggers

10:20–11:10 am

 

MD2K Process and Reflection - Santosh Kumar

11:10–11:50 am

 

MD2K Impact - Santosh Kumar How to enhance MD2K impact with dissemination and adoption of our science, sensors, software, and training?

11:50 am–noon

 

Conclusion — Santosh Kumar

 12:00 pm

 

Box Lunch

 MD2K Meeting Concludes


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Agenda

Please note: All sessions are private except when noted.

Monday, October 3, 2016

9:00 am–
4:00 pm

 

MD2K Software Hands-on Training – FedEx Institute of Technology

More info here:  https://docs.google.com/a/timothyhnat.com/document/d/1m7yxtBjJ2zboh9d5_qq3VxE3gXE6KpAvLqE7j0Dt8nI/edit?usp=sharing

7:00–9:00 pm

 

Team Dinner – Hosted by Smriti & Santosh Kumar
7940 Farmingdale Rd.
Germantown, TN 38138

Map

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

7:00–8:00 am

 

Breakfast, University of Memphis Holiday Inn -- Medallion Restaurant

8:30–8:45 am

 

Welcome from Center Director, NIH, Team Introductions - Santosh Kumar

8:45–9:00 am

 

Introduction to Data Science Research Core – Jim Rehg

9:00–9:20 am

 

Sensor Platforms – Emre Ertin

9:20–9:40 am

 

Sensors to Markers –Deepak Ganesan

9:40–10:00 am

 

Markers to Predictors (Predictive Analytics) – Jim Rehg

10:00–10:20 am

 

Break

10:20–10:40 am

 

MD2K Computational Platforms and Architecture — Mani Srivastava

10:40–11:00 am

 

MD2K Software Platforms - Tim Hnat

11:00–11:20 am

 

MD2K Standardization Activities — Ida Sim

11:20 am–noon

 

Sensor and Software Development Process - A Historical Perspective – Emre Ertin & Tim Hnat

12:00–12:30 pm

 

Lunch & Networking (FedEx Institute of Technology)

12:30–1:30 pm

 

MD2K Poster and Demo Session (for the MD2K Team)

1:15–1:30 pm

 

*MD2K Team Photo*

1:30–2:00 pm

 

MD2K Smoking Study: Current and Future Plans – Bonnie Spring

2:00–2:20 pm

 

MD2K CHF Study — William Abraham

2:20–3:00 pm

 

Brainstorming: Publication Plans & Second Iteration of the Study — William Abraham

3:00–3:20 pm

 

MD2K Participant Engagement Efforts & Plans — Jim Rehg

3:20–3:40 pm

 

Break

3:40–4:00 pm

 

Training Core — Vivek Shetty

4:00–5:00* pm

 

MD2K Future Funding/Sustainability Planning — Santosh Kumar (Methodist Theater, FIT) Concurrent Session: Students to meet with NIH — Richard Conroy (Digital Living, FIT 316)

5:00–5:30 pm

 

Break

5:30–6:30 pm

 

Reception, Networking and MD2K Poster and Demo Exhibition (Public Event)

6:30–8:30 pm

 

Dinner, FedEx Institute of Technology

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

7:30–8:30 am

 

Breakfast, University of Memphis Holiday Inn — Medallion Restaurant

9:00–9:30 am

 

Consortium Core — Ida Sim

9:30–10:00 am

 

Data Description, Sharing, Access and IRB

10:00–10:20 am

 

Administration Core - Joe Biggers

10:20–11:10 am

 

MD2K Process and Reflection - Santosh Kumar

11:10–11:50 am

 

MD2K Impact - Santosh Kumar How to enhance MD2K impact with dissemination and adoption of our science, sensors, software, and training?

11:50 am–noon

 

Conclusion — Santosh Kumar

 12:00 pm

 

Box Lunch

 MD2K Meeting Concludes


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Attendees

MD2K Team (Investigators):

Santosh Kumar – Director, MD2K Center of Excellence; Lillian and Morrie Moss Chair of Excellence Professor in the Department of Computer Science

Jim Rehg – Deputy Director of MD2K; Director of the Center for Behavioral Imaging, Georgia Tech

Gregory Abowd – Regents’ and Distinguished Professor at Georgia Tech

William Abraham – Lead for MD2K Congestive Heart Failure Application, Chair of Excellence in Cardiovascular Medicine, Chief of the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, Deputy Director of Davis Heart and Lung Institute, Ohio State University

Mustafa al’Absi – Max & Mary La Due Pickworth Chair of Behavioral Medicine, University of Minnesota Medical School

Simona Carini – Computer Science, University of California, San Francisco & Open mHealth

Tyson Condie – Computer Science, University of California, Los Angeles

David E. Conroy – Preventive Medicine, Penn State University

Duen Horng (Polo) Chau – School of Computational Science and Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology

Emre Ertin – Sensor Platform Technologist of MD2K, The Ohio State University

Deepak Ganesan – Lead for MD2K Sensor-to-Information; Associate Professor, UMass Amherst

Karen Hovsepian – Assistant Professor of Computer Science – Troy University

Tim Hnat – Chief Software Architect of MD2K, University of Memphis

Jacqueline Kerr – Center for Wireless and Population Health Systems, Uniersity of California, San Diego

Cho Lam, Senior Faculty Fellow in the Department of Psychology at Rice University

Benjamin Marlin – Computer Science, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Clay Marsh – Vice President and Executive Dean for Health Sciences, West Virginia University

Kevin Moran – Preventive Medicine, Northwestern University

Susan Murphy – H. E. Robbins Distinguished University Professor, University of Michigan; Member of the National Academies’ Institute of Medicine (IoM)

Inbal Nahum-Shani – Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan

Frederick Raab – Center for Wireless and Population Health Systems, University of California, San Diego

Moushumi Sharmin  – Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Western Washington University

Vivek Shetty – Lead for MD2K Training Core; Assistant Vice-Chancellor for Research & Professor of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, UCLA

Ida Sim – Lead for MD2K Consortium Core; Co-founder of Open mHealth; Professor of Medicine, UCSF

Bonnie Spring – Lead for MD2K Smoking Cessation Application; Director, Center for Behavior & Health, Northwestern University

Mani Srivastava – Lead for MD2K Computing Platforms; Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, UCLA

Edison Thomaz – Research Assistant Professor, University of Texas

David Wetter – Elma W. Schneider Chair of Psychology, Rice University

MD2K Team (Students, Postdocs, and Associates):

Roy Adams – University of Massachusetts Amherst

Md Kauser Ahmmed  – University of Memphis

Sayma Akther  – University of Memphis

Nasir Ali – Post-Doc, University of Memphis

Moustafa Alzantot – University of California, Los Angeles

Siddhath Baskar – The Ohio State University

Michelle Bright – The Ohio State University

Soujanya Chatterjee – University of Memphis

Jason Clague – University of California, Los Angeles

Walter Dempsey – University of Michigan

Sitaramesh Emani – The Ohio State University

Haley Evans – Georgia Institute of Technology

Ju Gao – The Ohio State University

Bo-Jhang Ho – University of California, Los Angeles

Fred Hohman – Georgia Institute of Technology

Monowar Hossain – MD2K Mobile Software Engineer, University of Memphis

Matteo Interlandi – Post-Doc, University of California, Los Angeles

Zach Ives – University of Pennsylvania

Gwen Ledford – Northwestern University

Richard Li – Georgia Institute of Technology

Keito Kawabata – Rice University

Andrine Lemieux – University of Minnesota

Peng Liao – University of Michigan

Addison Mayberry – University of Massachusetts Amherst

Alex Moreno – University of Michigan

Tim Necamp – University of Michigan

Joseph Noor – University of California, Los Angeles

Peter Polack – Georgia Institute of Technology

Mashfiqui Rabbi  – University of Michigan

Erik Rinsinger – University of Massachusetts Amherst

Nazir Saleheen – MD2K Mobile Software Engineer, University of Memphis

Hillol Sarker – University of Memphis

Angela Sow – The Ohio State University

Anjana Tiha  – University of Memphis

Md Azim Ullah  – University of Memphis

Yun Zhang – University of California, Los Angeles

National Institutes of Health (NIH) Officials:

DrRichard Conroy, NIH – Chief Program Officer for MD2K; Director of the Division of Applied Science and Technology (DAST) at the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB)

University of Memphis:

DrDavid Rudd – President, University of Memphis

DrKaren Weddle-West – Provost, University of Memphis

DrAndy Meyers – Vice President, Research

DrThomas Nenon – Dean, College of Arts and Sciences

DrJasbir Dhaliwal – Chief Innovation Officer, University of Memphis

Deborah Hernandez – Director of Research Development

MD2K Executive Advisory Board:

DrSteve Dubinett, CTSI – University of California, Los Angeles

DrEric Fain, St. Jude Medical – Group President of St. Jude Medical

 


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Meeting Videos

Santosh Kumar

Jim Rehg, Emre Ertin

Deepak Ganesan

Jim Rehg

Mani Srivastava

Tim Hnat

Ida Sim\

Emre Ertin, Tim Hnat

Bonnie Spring

William Abraham, Sitaramesh Emani

Jim Rehg on Participant Engagement

Vivek Shetty

Ida Sim

Shahin Samiei

Joseph Biggers

 

Santosh Kumar

 



 

 

 

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