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  • Dr. Caine’s article, “Patients want granular privacy control over health information in electronic medical records” has been published by the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. You can access it at the official JAIMA website.
  • PHIT Lab Member Mukta Gundi’s poster placed first in a competition by the American Public Health association and the council of affiliates.
  • Dr. Caine has has joined the faculty at Clemson University.
  • Dr. Connelly received a grant from the Indiana CTSI to develop HealthMe Mobile, an application to support participants in a weight loss program.
  • A Pervasive Health workshop, Evaluating Off-the-Shelf Technologies for Personal Health Monitoring, will be held at Ubicomp on September 8th, 2012.
  • PHIT Lab’s app team, HealthyState, won third place in the Insitute of Medicine’s “Go Viral to Improve Health” Collegiate Challenge! Team members attended the Health Datapalooza in Washington DC, where they showcased their app and were presented with awards.
  • Nathan will be presenting his poster, Mobile Technology Ownership and Usage Patterns Among Patients Suffering from Depression, at the 6th International ICST Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare, in San Diego.
  • The PHIT Lab is hiring two new RAs starting this summer. If you are a graduate student interested in health technologies for patients, apply today!
  • The HealthyState app team won second place in the CS UROC competition. Congratulations!