September 12, 2019
New York Genome Center
101 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10013
If you’re a developer interested in conducting health research on mobile devices and wearables, but aren’t sure where to start or what you can use to bootstrap, join us on September 12, 2019, at the New York Genome Center for a free developer workshop.
The workshop features a keynote from Andy Coravos, founder and CEO of Elektra Labs (and until recently, Entrepreneur-in-Residence at the FDA) and technical leaders from organizations and startups like Sage Bionetworks, Medaptive, and Open mHealth.
Key issues to be covered include:
- Using Apple’s ResearchKit and the Android ResearchStack
- Where and how traditional ethics protections must be used
- How the reliability of data collection drives reliability of research outcomes
- And other topics
Attendees will also be able to submit applications for a lightning talk (3-5 minutes) to showcase a specific mobile health research problem they have solved or a specific problem on which you’d like community input.
Registration – plus a note to indicate your interest in a lightning talk slot – is open:
The event is co-hosted with the University of Louisville, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, and Vanderbilt University as part of NIH grant #1R01CA207538 – Addressing ELSI Issues in Unregulated Health Research Using Mobile Devices. Additional support is provided by Digitalis.