The Mobilize Center at Stanford University sponsored mHealth Connect, a day-long workshop aimed at improving the use of physical activity wearables and apps for clinical purposes.

The workshop brought together device and app developers with a diverse group of clinicians and researchers in order to foster cross-understanding, seed collaborations, and identify key barriers and next steps to advance this field. Sessions were held in March and streamed online. Videos of the sessions have now been posted on the Mobilize Center's YouTube channel and are linked below:

The BD2K 2015 All Hands Meeting brought together researchers, educators, developers, and trainees from all of the BD2K initiative grants. The goals of the All Hands Grantee Meeting were to showcase research being conducted in the BD2K programmatic areas and build a cohesive BD2K consortium that maximizes synergies between participants. The meeting also highlighted the strategic mission of BD2K and the office of the Associate Director for Data Science.

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