/ Science of Technology Design for Remote Trials

Science of Technology Design for Remote Trials

August 9, 2023
9:00 am - 10:00 am

Presented by the Institute for Informatics, the Institute for Clinical and Translational Sciences, the Healthy Mind Lab, and the Healthcare Innovation Lab

The mHealth Research Core (mHRC) is a network of researchers with a common interest in mHealth research, including the use of social media, smartphone devices, tablets, web sites, sensors, wearables and/or other remote technology to measure and improve health research and outcomes.

“Science of Technology Design for Remote Trials”


  • Thomas Kannampallil, PhD
    Associate Professor, Anesthesiology & the Institute for Informatics
    Washington University School of Medicine

Dr. Kannampallil’s research interests are broadly in the use of data science and AI approaches for clinical decision support and for augmenting clinical cognition. His current research, funded by NLM, NIA and AHRQ, integrates cognitive and computational informatics techniques for health information technology solutions. Prior to joining Washington University, Dr. Kannampallil, served in research and operational positions at the University of Illinois, The New York Academy of Medicine, and the University of Texas. More details can be found here.

In this talk, he will discuss some novel approaches for seamlessly integrating various technology including voice-assisted technology (e.g., Alexa devices), wearable devices, and weight scales for remotely monitoring and delivering interventions in large-scale multi-site trials.

Register here to receive the Zoom link.

For more information, please visit the mHRC website and view the event flyer.

Contact Stephanie Brown at brownsj@wustl.edu.