We are happy to welcome several new members who are working on upcoming projects! Four students and new collaborators from the University of Pennsylvania will be working on digital phenotyping for people with dementia, trauma history, and depression. STUDENTS Adnan … Continued
Dr. Lisa M. Vizer was awarded a grant from the National Institutes of Mental Health to analyze language data from the AURORA study under the direction of Dr. Samuel McLean. The project will investigate how we can use the language … Continued
We are looking for new people to join our dynamic digital phenotyping projects! The mobiLIFE Lab investigates issues around digital phenotyping (using mobile sensors to measure behavioral correlates of health) employing mixed methods to examine experiences, needs, behavior, and related … Continued
With Dr. Bon Mi Koo, former Carolina Health Informatics Program student, we published the article Examining Mobile Technologies to Support Older Adults With Dementia Through the Lens of Personhood and Human Needs: Scoping Review. The article contributes an overview and … Continued
Our paper title “It’s Not Just Technology, It’s People”: Constructing a Conceptual Model of Shared Health Informatics for Tracking in Chronic Illness Management was published yesterday in JMIR. This paper took a lot of effort from a lot of people … Continued
Happy New Year! We published a scoping review on mobile cognitive assessments for older adults in the open-access journal Innovation in Aging: Mobile Technology for Cognitive Assessment of Older Adults: A Scoping Review Bonmi Koo, Lisa Vizer The is a … Continued
We have two papers under review! Right now we’re working on finishing up another paper, awaiting feedback on a grant proposal, and writing several other grant submissions. Wish us luck!
Welcome to the mobiLIFE Lab! We’re glad you’re here! Look here for announcements about collaborations, papers, new projects, and more.