IFH research was featured in Rolling Stone: people with long COVID and risks of going back to the office
Three IFH members (Melissa Pinto, Jessica Borelli, and Amir M. Rahmani) are collaborating in this project with colleagues from the Survivor Corps organization, University of Indiana, Mayo Clinic, and the University of Miami.
In the Media: Dr. Melissa Pinto discusses Long COVID
Associate Professor Melissa Pinto talks to Los Al TV about research around people who continue to suffer symptoms long after their initial COVID-19 infection has passed, known as COVID long-haulers.
Keynote Speaker in “International Conference on Innovation & Sustainability”
Ramesh Jain presented his research on the Personal Food Model and World Food Atlas as the Keynote Speaker in the “International Conference on Innovation & Sustainability” organized during February 5-6, 2021
Mental Health Navigation for College Students
A group of IFH members received the SSIHI Pilot Studies Award to address loneliness in college students using a navigational approach.
The research of a multi-disciplinary group of IFH members on “Long Covid” was features in NY Times.
This research reveals that “Many Long Covid Patients Had No Symptoms From Their Initial Infection”.
NSF funds an IFH-sponsored project to build a digital community-centered care platform
The National Science Foundation has awarded Drs. Rahmani, Nyamathi, and Dutt, a planning grant to establish a model of digital community-centered care (D-CCC).
NIH funds minority underserved family caregiver home visit intervention study
NIH has awarded the IFH Members (Lee, Rahmani, Gibbs, Shin, and Nyamathi) a $3.6 million R01 research project grant to implement a home-based, culturally and language-specific caregiving intervention for underserved dementia family caregivers.
UCI and Syntropy Announce Five-Year Strategic Partnership to Improve Patient Care Through Unprecedented Data Integration
Academic partnership aims to empower researchers to drive scientific innovation through revolutionary utilization of health data
The Present and Future of Wearable Devices in Physical Activity Research
Wearable devices that track physical activity are becoming increasingly pervasive in society today.
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Grace The Humanoid Robot Healthcare Assistant & SingularityNET
The Awakening Health fusion of biomedical knowledge, AI, and robotics is poised to drive the massive advent of healthcare robots to transform the medical arena and generate millions of API calls for SingularityNET.
Wearable tech can spot coronavirus symptoms before you even realize you’re sick
Researchers say the constant stream of data from Oura rings, Fitbits and Apple Watches could eventually be used as a coronavirus early-warning system
HCA Healthcare, a hospital system based in Nashville, recently announced a data-sharing deal with Google
Health care systems and providers must do all they can to properly inform patients of the benefits and risks of enrolling in data sharing.
What universal healthcare should look like
The struggle to cover every American may continue for decades — and we need to think differently about cheap health tech and prevention first.
by Chris Taylor
Collection of papers on Real-World Evidence from the National Academies workshop series
Our 4 paper series on real-world evidence now linked on one page at the National Academies of Sciences. Onward to better evidence for decisions. says Dr. Jonathan H. Watanabe
The hospital room of the future: 5 innovation execs outline what to expect in next 5 years
Digital health and tech adoption have skyrocketed since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, leaving many hospitals and health systems adopting technologies that support remote patient monitoring, two-way video communications and more.
Datavant and Ciox Health Announce Merger, Creating the Largest Neutral and Secure Health Data Ecosystem
Combined company positioned to solve the challenge of health data fragmentation
Joint technology solution enhances patient privacy and health care efficiency
Company to be named Datavant, with revenue of more than $700 million