The Center for SMART Health is home to a number of ongoing translational projects that focus on the design, evaluation, and translation of new digital health technologies. Through active partnerships with academia, industry, and health systems, we help bring new technologies to life in the challenging and dynamic environment of healthcare. Our objective isn’t to just produce a research paper – it’s to make research real and to help make lives better through better, reproducible science and policy that acknowledges the many challenges and works to find solutions. You can find out more about the Center’s current project areas below.
As genomic, imaging, mHealth, and other biomarkers emerge, new strategies are needed to individually-tailored healthcare delivery.
With an increasing elderly population, ways to both routinely and unobtrusively assess physical motion and daily activities are increasingly important.
Working with experts in GI-related diseases, we are helping to develop and test a range of mobile health and informatics-based approaches.