Latest from the mHealth Research Core team:
Our team is committed to providing information for researchers to continue, adapt, and expand research. We will post resources here as they become available.
The mHealth Research Core is available for free, fully-online research consults. To schedule a consult with the team.
11TH SCIENTIFIC MEETING
Pittsburgh, PA, USA
September 19-21, 2022
STORM CLOUDS AND SILVER LININGS:
HOW DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES HAVE HELPED US WEATHER THE COVID PANDEMIC
Dr. Insel, a psychiatrist and neuroscientist, served as Director of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) from 2002-2015, and then led the Mental Health Team at Verily. His newest book, “Healing: Our Path From Mental Illness to Mental Health,” is an actionable map for the re-invention of America’s mental health care system and presents a post-COVID role for digital health.
The May 2022 The mHealth Research Core Team seminar, featured
Olusola Ajilore, MD, PhD
University of Illinois Center for Depression and Resilience (UI CDR)
Professor of Psychiatry
“Low Cost, High Tech, All Access:
Lowering Barriers to Care with
Digital Mental Health”
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Vanderbilt University has built a mobile application, myCAP
To learn more or to register for a demo to test out the functionality of the myCap mobile application, please visit the Project myCAP web site.
There are three demos available, and for the demo to work you will have to download the myCap app onto your mobile device (available in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store):
Conferences and Workshops
This PowerPoint presentation by Personalizing Psychotherapy offers ideas to develop a solid protocol for collecting experience sampling data.
All of Us Researcher Workshop (recording)
ICTS Precision Medicine is hosting the All of Us Researcher Workshop on November 18, 2021, to enable researchers to learn more about the All of Us Research Hub, how to register for the Researcher Workbench, and participate in breakout sessions on the various tools and data types available for researchers to use.
Harvard Medical School Thought Leadership Webinars (recorded presentations)
Telehealth | Data Science | Policy | Trends in Patient-Centered Care | Microbiome | Reimbursement | Genomics | Clinical Workflows | State-of-the-Art Treatments for Diseases
These are just a few of the developments that are impacting the massive, complex and ever-evolving health care sector. To help business and science leaders stay up-to-date on the latest trends and changes, Harvard Medical School offers key insights into the science and practice of medicine.
Hear thoughts about the definition of digital health from Chief Science & Digital Officer Eric Perakslis, PhD, and his plans for Duke Clinical Research Institute’s digital health strategy.
Dr. Dedric A. Carter’s mHealth Research Core Seminar
“Exploring Innovation Pathways: Innovation to Commercialization from the Lab to Life”
Dr. Dedric A. Carter is Vice Chancellor for Innovation and Chief Commercialization Officer at Washington University in St. Louis. He oversees the entrepreneurship, innovation and commercialization portfolios at the University, with an emphasis on the entrepreneurial process, innovation, and new venture creation.
He discusses opportunities and pathways for commercialization of research, and takes questions from the audience.
Researchers with DSMBs: please consider telling your DSMB and program officer, now, if you are suspending all in-person contact with research participants. Be proactive!
- NIH guidance on requesting supplementary funds to study the response to COVID-19, National Institute of Health
- Physical distancing, NOT social: guidance from the University of Washington Center for the Science of Social Connection, The Conversation
- White Paper: Navigating Clinical Trials in the Coronavirus Era, Science37
- The Coronavirus Is Here to Stay, So What Happens Next?, The New York Times
Check back for more resources soon.
This is informal guidance that does not necessarily represent official university or federal policy.
Noteworthy Articles and Presentations
Transforming Psychiatry into Data-Driven Medicine with Digital Measurement Tools Honor Hsin, MD, PhD, et al.
Going Remote: Implementing Digital Research Methods at an Academic Medical Center during COVID-19 Katie E. Keenoy, MA, LPC
Apple looks to digital biomarkers for features detecting depression, cognitive decline Laura Lovett, mobi health news
A New Model for Collaborating with an Academic Medical Center Center for Digital Health Innovation at UCSF
Digital Health article EG Lattie
EMA Research Manual and in particular in Chapter 11 on github.
WUSTL Grand Rounds: “We are NEVER Getting to Precision Medicine in Psychiatry” Eric Lenze, MD, Jan 2020
Internet Interventions (Elsevier 2020)
Assessment of Mobile Health Apps Using Built-In Smartphone Sensors for Diagnosis and Treatment (JMIR and Uhealth. February 2020)