The MD2K Webinar series is part of the Training Core of the MD2K Center. These webinars are part of the curriculum that MD2K is providing to students in both data science and the biomedical disciplines to further the process of building the next generation of scientists capable of using these highly sophisticated biomedical applications.
MD2K Webinar: Marta Jankowska of UCSD on spatial technologies
MD2K Webinar: Hnat, Hossain on mCerebrum software
MD2K Webinar: Gillian Hayes on HCI and Design for Healthcare Researchers and Practitioners
MD2K Webinar: Steven Steinhubl on the Precision Medicine Initiative
Ida Sim to speak on "Mobile Technologies for Health" for CITRIS Research Exchange
MD2K webinar with Camille Nebeker of UCSD
Upcoming webinar: Santosh Kumar, Gary Clifford on mobile health analytics
Dr. Santosh Kumar and Dr. Gary Clifford will speak Nov. 3 at a roundtable on "Mobile Health Analytics: Addressing Disparities in the Southern United States," as part of the South Big Data Hub's monthly series on emerging data science challenges.
The webinar will be noon-1:30 p.m. EDT and can be accessed via WebEx here. Dr. Lea Shanley, South Hub co-Executive Director of the South Big Data Hub, will moderate.
The webinar will explore the science challenges of mHealth informatics, critical care data analysis and the application of signal processing and machine learning to address health disparities in the Southern United States.
MD2K Webinar: Isaac Potoczny-Jones on protecting user privacy, data
MD2K Webinar: Dr. Benjamin Marlin on "Machine Learning Methods for Mobile Health Research"
Michael Carroll -- ResearchStack: Building a Cross-Platform Mobile Research Study in 30 Minutes!
Ganesan, Mayberry present webinar on computational eyeglasses
Dr. Gregory Abowd: "Interactive Computing Beyond Weiser’s Ubicomp"
David Wetter: Social Determinants and smoking cessation
Karen Hovsepian, Hillol Sarker: Stress Intervention Design
"Consumer Wearables: The Path to Clinical Application" topic of panel discussion
A panel discussion on the use of physical activity wearables and apps for clinical purposes will be conducted by the Stanford Mobilize Center and MD2K on Thursday, March 17 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).
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 patients 24/7 on a long-term basis and to study and influence the behaviors and health of millions of individuals in real-time has the potential to radically transform medicine, health policy, and biomedical research. How close is this vision to becoming a reality? What are the barriers to this vision and what can be done to overcome them?
Tiffany Cvrkel: Bioethics and Big Data
Santosh Kumar — puffMarker: A Multi-Sensor Approach for Pinpointing the Timing of First Lapse in Smoking Cessation