Biobehavioral Predictors of Recovery after Cancer Surgery
We are conducting two studies in this area: a longitudinal observational study and a randomized controlled trial.
Do behavioral patterns tracked using smartphone and wearable sensors predict clinical outcomes such as readmission after cancer surgery?
Can we use mobile technology to reduce sedentary behavior before and after cancer surgery, and does doing so improve postoperative health?
University of Pittsburgh Aging Institute
Pittsburgh Health Data Alliance
David Bartlett & others in Surgical Oncology
Dana Bovbjerg & Frank Jenkins
Sensing Quality of Life during Cancer Treatment
Can passive sensors in smartphones & wearable activity trackers detect changes in stress and symptoms during chemotherapy?
University of Pittsburgh University Center for Social and Urban Research
Anind Dey, Grace Bae, & Denzil Ferreira
Weijing Sun, Nathan Bahary, & others in Hematology/Oncology
Internet Support Groups: Pathways to Mental Health
Can we apply machine learning to online support community messages to to identify which expression & communication patterns predict improvements in mental health?
John Levine & Bruce Rollman