RSVP to Learn How Stanford, Johns Hopkins, Rochester are Mobile-izing Research Data Collection

RSVP to Learn How Stanford, Johns Hopkins, Rochester are Mobile-izing Research Data Collection

Since Apple launched ResearchKit in 2015, results from some of the recent ResearchKit app based clinical studies demonstrate that study data can be remotely collected using smartphones. With the availability of android libraries such as ResearchDroid and ResearchStack, mobile health app studies can now reach out to an even larger population. 

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Over 30 studies from various institutions are collecting research data using ResearchKit apps now. Few examples include: MyHeart Counts from Stanford University, mPower of University of Rochester, Mt Sinai Icahn Medical School’s Ashtma Health app and EpiWatch of Johns Hopkins University.

Our CEO Sharib Khan, CTO Chintan Patel, and Web & iOS Lead Nickolas Whiting are talking about the performance of some of these ResearchKit apps towards advancing clinical research in this webinar on May 19th, 2017 at 1 PM EST. They will also share about ways to build your own research study app in lesser time and low investment.

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You can ask your questions using the “Ask Question” section below the webinar video and they will be answered during the webinar.


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Shweta Mishra
Shweta Mishra

Shweta is senior marketing and content manager and also provides research and engagement support for Applied Informatics/TrialX products. She hosts women's health/infertility/reproductive medicine talk series driven by her personal experiences for TrialX CureTalks. A San Jose State University Graduate, she holds dual masters degree in Biochemistry and Nutrition Science, and is passionate about the science behind the diverse life phenomenas. She also holds certifications in Digital Marketing from Hubspot Academy, Protecting Human Research Participants from NIH and in Intellectual Property in Biotechnology from WIPO.

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