My BP Lab
A research study that uses surveys and sensor data from Samsung mobile phones and Galaxy Watch Active
The “My BP Lab” research study uses surveys and sensor data collected from participants’ phones to quantify and understand their daily stress. The research app, developed by Sage Bionetworks together with UCSF and Samsung, uses sensor data from Samsung mobile phones (models: S9, S9+, Note9, S10, S10+) and Galaxy Watch Active. Version 2.0 of the app, launched in spring 2019, is now available in Canada, Australia, India, Singapore, Hong Kong, and the United Kingdom – in addition to the United States.
With My BP Lab, participants can track variation in their blood pressure and stress levels relative to their daily experiences over the course of the three-week study.
Visit the study site to learn more.
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