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Engineering for Health University of Virginia School of

Details: Health. shape. UVA Engineering researchers believe that new methods to prevent, diagnose, monitor and treat disease are within humanity’s grasp. And UVA is uniquely positioned to reach a better future for healthcare because we create knowledge at the intersection of engineering and medicine. UVA Engineering is co-located with the top-ranked

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A New Approach for Healing Airways Injured by Intubation

Details: People who are intubated for long periods of time—which has been the case for many COVID-19 patients—run the risk of pressure ulcers and other injuries to their trachea from the endotracheal tube.

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Smart and Connected Health University of Virginia School

Details: Smart and Connected Health Research. Personalized technology addressing pressing health challenges. Treating areas such as Asthma, Dementia, Depression, Diabetes, Obesity, and Cardiac conditions, Link Lab’s work builds on a growing suite of enabling technologies to advance care in the hospital, extend care and awareness throughout the

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Biomedical Engineering University of Virginia School of

Details: Nathan Sheffield. Assistant Professor of Public Health Sciences and Biomedical Engineering. Research Areas. Computational Biology and Bioinformatics. Biomedical Data Sciences. Machine Learning. arrow. Read More. [email protected] Phone: 434-924-2158.

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Engineering and Public Health in Guatemala

Details: Engineering and Public Health in Guatemala. This program focuses on different aspects of Public Health, such as infrastructure, health care, and potable water, …

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About ODE University of Virginia School of Engineering

Details: Wireless Health is an emerging, interdisciplinary field aimed at infusing wireless technologies in health care and medical research to improve patient care and quality of life while reducing health care costs. This research program is funded through the National Science Foundation.

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Beware the Lowly Hospital Sink University of Virginia

Details: AMY MATHERS, M.D., associate professor of medicine and pathology, Division of Infectious Disease and International Health at UVA, has been studying molecular epidemiology for more than 10 years. Her expertise in tracking bacterial DNA sequences has advanced the understanding of where antibiotic-resistant pathogens originate and how they spread

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Departments University of Virginia School of Engineering

Details: Home to UVA's strong programs in civil, environmental and systems engineering, the department is a leader in the study of human and socio-technical systems. Our faculty and students create innovations that will help address society’s most wicked problems, which are often emergent, large-scale and complex in areas ranging from public health to

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Systems Engineering University of Virginia School of

Details: Assistantships offer a stipend and cover tuition and health insurance. Curriculum and Academic Requirements. Our dynamic education includes over 26 core and elective courses in Systems Engineering, and the ability to take graduate elective courses throughout the School of Engineering and Applied Science,

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Find Faculty University of Virginia School of

Details: Find Faculty. Our faculty are not content to trod well-worn engineering paths. Instead, they are driven to pursue innovations in teaching, research that address truly complex challenges, and to pursue worldwide leadership roles in their fields. Find Faculty. View All Faculty.

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Faculty University of Virginia School of Engineering and

Details: Cyber Physical Systems, Internet of Things, Wireless Health, Smart Buildings/Cities, Embedded Systems . Professor John A. Stankovic is the BP America Professor in the Computer Science Department at the University of Virginia. He has

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Why Our Brains Miss Opportunities to Improve Through

Details: By Jennifer McManamay [email protected] If, as the saying goes, less is more, why do we humans overdo so much? In a new paper featured on the cover of the journal Nature, University of Virginia researchers explain why people rarely look at a situation, object or idea that needs improving — in all kinds of contexts — and think to remove something as a solution.

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Link Lab University of Virginia School of Engineering

Details: Opened in January 2018, the Link Lab at UVA Engineering is a world-class center of excellence in cyber-physical systems. The Lab consists of more than 250 faculty and graduate students from multiple departments and conducts pioneering work in Autonomous Vehicles & Robotics, Smart and Connected Health, and Smart Cities. Prioritizing impact on real-world problems, Link Lab

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Necessity = Invention University of Virginia School of

Details: UVA Health nurse Jessica Denomme wears one of the new fabric masks made by the Rosens. 3-D Printing Nasopharyngeal Swabs and Building Face Shields. Guilford said priorities are constantly shifting. “N95-like masks were a priority for a while. Now there is a critical need for nasopharyngeal swabs.” He has turned his attention to designing

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Degree Programs University of Virginia School of

Details: Thanks to our extensive partnerships with researchers around the University and the world, we are at the forefront of innovation in such emerging fields as cyber-physical systems and multifunctional materials integration as well as neuroscience, smart and connected health, and medical imaging.

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Afsaneh Doryab University of Virginia School of

Details: My research is at the intersection of health, mobile and ubiquitous computing, AI, and HCI. I work on computational modeling of human behavior (incl. Activity Recognition) from data streams collected through mobile, wearable, and embedded sensors. Examples of my work in the health domain include detection of behavior change in people with depression, predicting mania-depression episodes in

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UVA Engineering Launches Department of Engineering Systems

Details: Researchers are engaged in multiple projects in the areas of smart and connected health, smart cities and autonomous systems. The department’s research vision also aligns with UVA’s role in the Center for Visual and Decision Informatics, a National Science Foundation Industry-University Cooperative Research Center aimed at researching and

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UVA Engineering Tapped to Lead $27.5 Million Center to

Details: The scale of computation needed to make advances for health care and many other human endeavors, such as smart cities, autonomous transportation and new astronomical discoveries, is not possible today. Our center will try to solve this problem by breaking down the memory-wall bottleneck and finally moving beyond the 70-year-old paradigm. This

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Rupa S. Valdez University of Virginia School of

Details: Rupa S. Valdez. My research focuses on understanding and supporting the ways in which people manage health at home and in the community. This requires drawing on methods from multiple disciplines including human factors engineering, cultural anthropology, and health informatics, among others. This work encompasses participatory and co-design

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Mehdi Boukhechba University of Virginia School of

Details: Mehdi Boukhechba is an assistant professor in the Engineering Systems and Environment Department and the co-director of the Sensing Systems for Health Lab. His primary research interests are in ubiquitous computing, data science, behavioral modeling and pervasive health technologies. In recent years, he has been developing novel ubiquitous sensing platforms to understand human

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Laura Barnes University of Virginia School of

Details: Laura Barnes is an associate professor in the Engineering Systems and Environment Department. She directs the Sensing Systems for Health Lab which focuses on designing impactful, technology-enabled solutions for improving health and well-being. She received her Ph.D. degree in computer science from the University of South Florida. Laura’s work has been funded by the National

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Health Care in Your Pocket University of Virginia School

Details: In the Sensing Systems for Health Lab, Laura Barnes (far left) and her students are designing intelligent systems for understanding the dynamics and personalization of health and well-being. Fusing computational methods with technology such as smartphones and wearables, her group studies how macro- and micro-level human behaviors relate to health.

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UVA Engineering Students Refurbish N95 Masks University

Details: The refurbished masks will go into circulation at UVA Health. More than 35,000 masks will be replaced with over 115,000 feet of new elastic cord. William H. Guilford, University of Virginia Engineering associate professor and assistant dean for undergraduate education, bags a pile of newly refurbished N95 masks.

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UVA Leads Nationwide Project to Protect Health Data for

Details: As part of that study, researchers may collect data from students on their health. If any student were to include personal information, the entire data set would become individually identifiable health data. The best approach would be to implement the project within a “safe” research environment where data is protected by default.

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Engineering Systems and Environment University of

Details: As the home to UVA's recognized undergraduate and graduate degree programs in civil and systems engineering, we are a leader in the study of human and socio-technical systems. Our faculty and students create innovations that will help address society’s most wicked problems, which are often emergent, large scale, and complex in areas ranging from public health to smart cities to environmental

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UVA Scientists Use Machine Learning to Improve Gut Disease

Details: About the integrated Translational Health Research Institute of Virginia (iTHRIV): iTHRIV is a collaboration of public and private institutions across the Commonwealth of Virginia that promotes shared resources and best practices, team science, community engagement and innovation. iTHRIV integrates data science approaches through all aspects of

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Wireless Health University of Virginia School of

Details: The UVA Center for Telehealth has long been a leader in helping patients connect with medical experts regardless of geographic barriers, and in particular, for those facing serious health disparities. Now, new technologies promise to extend that support to patients at home, every day. Through the use of a smart watch and iPad in the home

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Big Data and Global Health University of Virginia School

Details: Big Data and Global Health. Machine learning and advanced algorithms are used with medical data and the results are things like effective, targeted vaccines and undernutrition prevention that especially benefit large disadvantaged populations.

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Peter A. Beling University of Virginia School of

Details: Peter A. Beling is Professor and Associate Chair for Research in the Engineering Systems and Environment Department. Dr. Beling’s research interests are in the area of decision-making in complex systems, with emphasis on machine learning and adaptive decision support systems and on model-based approaches to system-of-systems design and assessment.

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Chair's Letter: We were a Community Before the Pandemic

Details: The School of Medicine depends on the UVA Health System for a portion of its revenues, and due to markedly decreased Health System activity we have needed to make cuts on the School of Medicine side of the department. We generally feel like “we’re all in the same boat,” but in this crisis we’ve actually been in two different boats.

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Research University of Virginia School of Engineering

Details: Research. From developing novel treatments for deadly diseases to securing our interconnected world, UVA Engineering knows that creating a better future will require the talents, ideas and ingenuity of excellent researchers. Focus, collaboration and investment are …

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Clint Miller University of Virginia School of

Details: Clint Miller studies the genetic and environmental risk factors for coronary artery disease and other complex cardiovascular diseases using a combination of large-scale multi-omics profiling and genetic and drug perturbations. He is an Assistant Professor in Public Health Sciences and a resident member of the Center for Public Health Genomics.

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Human-AI Technology Lab (HAI) University of Virginia

Details: Mission. The Human-AI Technology Lab seeks to develop intelligent adaptive systems and computational models of human behavior from diverse data streams to understand health and wellbeing of individuals and communities.. By harnessing the capabilities and data of everyday mobile technology, HAI aims to intelligently explore the patterns and behavior inherent to unique individuals.

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Natural Solutions for a Manmade Problem University of

Details: In recent years, numerous health studies by the National Institutes of Health, the Environmental Protection Agency, and other organizations have found perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl chemicals to be toxic, with links to various cancers, thyroid and liver diseases, neurological conditions, and reproductive health issues.

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Rice Hall Ramp Up University of Virginia School of

Details: Our paramount concern is the health and safety of UVA Engineering’s students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Therefore, our goal is to reduce the risk of exposure to the novel coronavirus while our school community works together to carefully ramp up activities in engineering spaces on Grounds.

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New CS Grad Students University of Virginia School of

Details: UVA's Health Insurance Hard Waiver a nd Verification information; Department of Student Health; MTAs, GTAs, and GRAs. In our department, we have three types of positions that are filled by graduate students: MTAs, GTAs, and GRAs.

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Summer Abroad Programs University of Virginia School of

Details: The program focuses on different aspects of Public Health ranging from infrastructure, health care, potable water, sanitation, the environment and education. Spanish is not required, but could be useful. Open to all UVA undergraduates.

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Application Deadline: Center for Wireless Health Research

Details: Wireless Health is an emerging, interdisciplinary field aimed at infusing wireless technologies in health care and medical research to improve patient care and quality of life while reducing health care costs. This research program is funded through the National Science Foundation.

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Engineering Systems and Environment Faculty University

Details: Mehdi Boukhechba is an assistant professor in the Engineering Systems and Environment Department and the co-director of the Sensing Systems for Health Lab. His primary research interests are in ubiquitous computing, data science, behavioral modeling and pervasive health technologies. In recent

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Graduate Studies in ChE University of Virginia School of

Details: Graduate Studies in ChE. The graduate program of the nationally ranked Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Virginia seeks to provide cutting-edge training in chemical engineering research areas including biotechnology, catalysis, electrochemistry, energy and the environment, polymers, and separations.

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Research Improves Diabetics’ Chances of Becoming Insulin

Details: The World Health Organization has reissued calls for concerted effort and innovation in the treatment of these diseases. A research team led by Nathan Swami, professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Virginia, was already focused on the need for innovation, working to improve a treatment for Type 1 diabetes that

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Op-ed in Times Higher Education: We Must Build a Data

Details: This op-ed appeared in Times Higher Education on Sep. 28, 2019. Over the past decade, we have seen major advances in our ability to acquire data on human health – and a corresponding need to understand and utilise these data in ways that improve health care in America.

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John A. Stankovic University of Virginia School of

Details: Cyber Physical Systems, Internet of Things, Wireless Health, Smart Buildings/Cities, Embedded Systems Professor John A. Stankovic is the BP America Professor in the Computer Science Department at the University of Virginia. He has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the University of York for his work in real-time systems.

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Contact and Location University of Virginia School of

Details: The UVA Health System is the #1 Hospital in Virginia. Our labs, offices, classrooms, and maker spaces are located within the Health System. It's a 10-minute walk across the UVA Lawn to the School of Engineering and Applied Science from MR5, the BME Building.

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Smart and Connected Health University of Virginia School

Details: An increasing number of people are relying on online and mobile health apps for health management. These sources often provide conflicting information regarding diet, lifestyle, and medication that might cause adverse side effects. We have developed PreCluDe to solve this problem of conflict detection in an interpretable and context-aware manner.

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Donald E. Brown, Ph.D. University of Virginia School of

Details: Dr. Brown is Founding Director of the Data Science Institute, the W.S. Calcott Professor in the Engineering Systems and Environment Department and Co-Director of the Translational Health Institute of Virginia, University of Virginia. Prior to joining the University of Virginia, Dr. Brown served as an officer in the U.S. Army and later worked at Vector Research, Inc. on projects in medical

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NSF Grant Trifecta Accelerates Machine Learning in

Details: From mobile health monitoring to online learning and remote work, the COVID-19 crisis has heightened reliance on wireless networks. This “new normal” needs and feeds emerging technologies and applications. Well before the pandemic, U.S. government agencies began to invest in long-term research and development in wireless communication to

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Innovation Leaders University of Virginia School of

Details: In the area of smart and connected health, Link Lab is working with the UVA School of Medicine and the School of Nursing to advance health care through technology. One of the areas of promise is automated, in-home health care monitoring, a potential benefit at a time when the elderly population is surging and struggling with diseases such as

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A Global Effort to Detect and Treat One of the World’s

Details: The World Health Organization estimates that fibrosis is directly implicated in, or responsible for, as many as 40 percent of all deaths across the globe. The University of Virginia School of Engineering, in conjunction with the UVA School of Medicine, launched a dedicated Fibrosis Initiative to address this increasingly prevalent threat

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