The Center for SMART Health provides a number of opportunities to UCLA students and faculty, and ways for other broader partnerships with industry and other groups.
UCLA Bioengineering (BE) undergrads are annually able to work with us on capstone projects. Each year, students have a chance to design, develop, and evaluate new technologies in biomedical AI and mHealth.
HEARST HEALTH PRIZE
The Center is the official partner of the Hearst Health Prize, a $100,000 award given in recognition of outstanding achievement in managing or improving health in the US through the application of data science.