Cardiorespiratory fitness is an important measure of general human health. As part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) All of Us study, Sage is developing methods to use the sensors built into every modern smartphone to assess this trait in a way that can scale to potentially one million participants, and become a generally useful tool for clinical research. Our approach relies on the smartphone camera to track heart rate changes in response to standardized exercise protocols. We are currently partnering with the Scripps Translational Research Institute and the University of San Diego to validate this approach.
Cardiorespiratory Fitness Module
The Cardiorespiratory Fitness Module is designed to provide a way to measure health in a large and diverse population.
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