The USC mHealth Collaboratory brings together researchers and partners from across USC and beyond to lead advances in research, well-being and health care through mobile strategies.
We are, above all, transdisciplinary. We need members across the spectrum — social scientists, engineers, economists, physicians, psychologists, filmmakers, storytellers, digital designers, information technology experts. We are linked by a common goal: to harness and develop the most astonishing and useful mobile and connected technologies to improve health outcomes and reduce healthcare costs.
Our primary goal: to foster new research and thinking. To that end, we:
• provide training in transdisciplinary teamwork
• test innovative technologies that support patient-centered care
• redesign static programs for mobile platforms
• support junior faculty in mHealth research
• explore new platforms to share real-time measurements
• offer an invaluable meeting ground to share novel ideas
In addition to sponsoring seminars and other events, we are working to establish a California-wide mHealth Consortium. Interested? Join us at mHealth@usc.edu.
MD2K Webinar: Steven Steinhubl on the Precision Medicine Initiative, aired Feb 23, 2017
Health Data Exploration Project
The 3rd ACM Workshop on Wearable Systems and Applications (WearSys) will be held at the beautiful Niagara Falls (USA) on 19th June 2017.
5th IEEE Global Conference on Signal & Information Processing, Nov 14-16
Faculty - University of California San Diego
Academic Director - Penn State University
Research Associate in Digital Behavior - University College, London
Staff Scientist - Scripps Translational Science Institute