Presented: March 23, 2015 Presenters: Kevin Patrick, Jacqueline Kerr, Fredric Raab and Marta Jankowska of the Center for Wireless and Population Health Systems at the University of California, San Diego About the presentation: Members from the Center for Wireless and Population Health Systems at UCSD will discuss their framework for integrating different sensor data into comprehensive analysis strategies. […]Read More
4/30/15: Susan A. Murphy – Micro-Randomized Trials for Just-In-Time Adaptive Intervention Development
Presenter: Susan A. Murphy, Ph.D. Presented: April 30 2015 About the presentation: Micro-randomized trials are trials in which individuals are randomized 100’s or 1000’s of times over the course of the study. The goal of these trials is to assess the impact of momentary interventions, e.g. interventions that are intended to impact behavior over small time intervals. We […]Read More
6/23/15: Emerson Farrugia & David Haddad – Using open mHealth to break down the barriers to integration of digital health data.
Presenters: Emerson Farrugia and David Haddad About the presentation: With the explosion of mobile apps and devices designed to help individuals better track and improve their health, there is huge potential to use the data they collect to help doctors and patients collaborate to provide more personalized, preventive care. This data also has the potential to enable […]Read More
Expedition to develop the science and technology of Behavioral Imaging, the measurement and analysis of social and communicative behavior using multi-modal sensing, with applications to developmental disorders such as autism. He also serves as the Deputy Director of the NIH Center of Excellence on Mobile Sensor Data-to-Knowledge (MD2K). See www.cbs.gatech.edu and md2k.org for details. Learning […]Read More
9/22/15: Eric Hekler – Precision Behavior Change: A Transdisciplinary ‘Moonshot’ Agenda for mHealth?
Presenter: Dr. Eric Hekler, Ph.D. Presented: Sept. 22, 2015 About the Presentation: As evidenced by the MD2K center, there is a rapidly growing confluence of efforts focused on articulating ways to utilize digital technologies to support health. This confluence is creating remarkable opportunities but also major challenges across a variety of disciplines. For example, the advent of digital […]Read More
1/19/16: Santosh Kumar – puffMarker: A Multi-Sensor Approach for Pinpointing the Timing of First Laps in Smoking Cessation
Presenter: Dr. Santosh Kumar Presented: January 19, 2016 About the presentation: In the webinar, Dr. Kumar describes the puffMarker model for pinpointing the timing of a first lapse in a quitting smoker. The recent research has demonstrated the feasibility of detecting smoking from wearable sensors, but their performance on real-life smoking lapse detection is unknown. In a paper presented […]Read More
Presenter: Dr. Tiffany Cvrkel, UCLA Presented: February 18, 2016 Abstract: The Big Data Revolution brings enormous potential in acquisition and application of vast sums of data, and the possibilities are exciting. Collecting and working with this type of data also raises unique ethical concerns. The purpose of this talk is two-fold. First, we will be discussing some of […]Read More
Title: Consumer Wearables: The Path to Clinical Application Date presented: March 17, 2016 from 9:45 a.m.-11 a.m. PT (11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. CT, 12:45 p.m.-2 p.m. ET). Abstract: As the wearables market continues its remarkable growth, there is an increased awareness and interest to utilize this technology for clinical and research purposes. The ability to gather information from […]Read More
3/10/16: Karen Hovsepian & Hillol Sarker – Using A Continuous Measurement of Stress (cStress) to Trigger Just-in-time Stress Intervention on Mobile Phones
Title: Using A Continuous Measurement of Stress (cStress) to Trigger Just-in-time Stress Intervention on Mobile Phones Presenters: Dr. Karen Hovsepian of Troy University and Hillol Sarker, Ph.D. student at the University of Memphis Presented: March 10, 2016 About the presentation: This webinar is composed of two major components. In the first half, Hovsepian will present a computational model for […]Read More
Title: Social Determinants and Smoking Cessation Presenter: Dr. David Wetter of Rice University Presented: April 7, 2016 About the webinar: Health and health behaviors such as smoking cessation are highly patterned on a socioeconomic gradient. Healthy People 2020 defines the social determinants of health as the “conditions in the environments in which people are born, live, learn, work, […]Read More