Software platforms built by the the Center of Excellence for Mobile Sensor Data-to-Knowledge (MD2K) are being used in scientific field studies in 11 states to develop and validate new biomarkers for monitoring and improving health, wellness, and productivity.
Mobile sensor data collected are expected to produce new markers for management of:
- congestive heart failure
- smoking cessation
- regulation of overeating
- oral health management
- workplace performance monitoring
- behavior change
These studies are expected to enroll 2,000+ participants, collect 100,000+ person-days of high-frequency sensor data, and produce over 4.7 trillion data points.
To learn more on the development and validation of new sensor-based markers, click here.