Conference Agenda

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Wednesday, October 29th  |  Pre-Conference Workshop Sessions
Location:  NIH Campus, Natcher Conference Center Conference Rooms (Unless Otherwise Noted)
8:00 AM Workshop Registration Opens
Location:  Conference Center Lower Foyer
9:00 AM Morning Workshop Sessions
  Session A:  Smart and Connected Health: Getting Support for Your Research
Workshop Leaders: Mary Rodgers, PhD, NIH; Tiffani Lash, PhD, NIH; Hsinchun Chen, PhD, NSF
  Session B:  Understand the Changing Regulatory Environment for Wireless Health: 
FDA/ONC – FDASIA
Workshop Leaders:  Bakul Patel, FDA and Rob McCray, WLSA
  Session C:  mHealth Evidence: Evaluating Mobile and Wireless Health
Workshop Leaders:  David Mohr, PhD, Northwestern University;  Inbal Nahum-Shani, PhD, University of Michigan; and Bethany Raiff, PhD,  Rowan University
12:30 PM LUNCH
Location:  Conference Center Atrium
1:30 PM Afternoon Workshop Sessions
  Session A:  Smart and Connected Health: Getting Support for Your Research  (Repeated)
Workshop Leaders: Mary Rodgers, PhD, NIH; Tiffani Lash, PhD, NIH; Hsinchun Chen, PhD, NSF
  Session B:  Design Thinking and Wireless Health: A human-centered approach to innovation
Workshop Leaders:  Grace Hwang, IDEO; Charu Juneja, IDEO; Maura Cass, IDEO
  Session C:  Health Data Consortium
Workshop Leaders:  Sara Zellner, PhD, Health Data Consortium, and Lauren Ellis, JD, Health Data Consortium
5:00PM Close of Workshop Sessions
Move to Bethesda Hyatt Regency for Opening Reception
Wednesday, October 29th  | Opening Reception
Location:  Bethesda Hyatt Regency
5:30 PM –
8:00 PM
Reception & Networking Activities

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Thursday, October 30th  | Conference Sessions
Location:  NIH Campus, Natcher Conference Center, Ruth Kirschstein Auditorium (unless otherwise noted)
7:30 AM Registration Desk Opens & Continental Breakfast Served
Poster Sessions on Display
Location:  Conference Center Atrium
8:30 AM Welcome & Opening Remarks
   Robert McCray, WLSA, and Wendy Nilsen, PhD, National Institutes of Health (NIH)
8:45 AM Keynote:  Bringing Health Information to Life: the Wireless Challenge
  David Blumenthal, MD, MPP, President of The Commonwealth Fund
http://bit.ly/1zaPTtS
9:15 AM Technical Session #1:  Chronic Care
  Session Chair:  John Stankovic, University of Virginia
  1.1 Research Abstract:  Evaluating Pocket PATH®, an mHealth Intervention for Self-Management of Chronic Illness, Using a Rigorous Trial Design in a Real-World Clinical Setting
  Annette DeVito Dabbs; Mary Amanda Dew; Brad Myers; Mi-Kyung Song; Ruosha Li; Jill Aubrecht; Alex Begey; Rachelle Zomak; Joseph Pilewski; Christian Bermudez
  1.2 Research Abstract:  Postural stability regularity measures with wireless sensors can identify fall risk in obese elderly
  Thurmon Lockhart; Chris Frames; Rahul Songra; John Lach
  1.3 Research Abstract: Empowering clinicians to make high-quality decisions in chronic and serious illness through mobile health technologies
  Jonathan Nicolla; Arif Kamal; Amy Abernethy; Janet Bull; Howard Shang; C. Steve Stinson
10:05 AM BREAK
10:30 AM Panel Session #1:  Innovation Needed: Limits of Sensing, actuation and system integration technology
  Moderator: John Stankovic, PhD, Professor of Computer Science, University of Virginia
http://www.cs.virginia.edu/people/faculty/stankovic.html
  Panelists: Andrew Campbell, PhD, Professor of Computer Science, Dartmouth College
http://www.cs.dartmouth.edu/~campbell/publications.html
  Emre Ertin, PhD, Research Associate Professor, Electical and Computer Engineering, Ohio State University
https://ece.osu.edu/people/ertin
11:10 AM Technical Session #2:  Quantification
  Session Chair:  Misha Pavel, Northeastern University
  2.1 Paper: A Framework for Predicting Adherence in Remote Health Monitoring Systems
  Nabil Alshurafa; Jo-Ann Eastwood; Mohammad Pourhomayoun; Jason J Liu; Suneil Nyamathi; Majid Sarrafzadeh
  2.2 Research Abstract:  Quantifying energy expenditure of wheelchair-based physical activities in free-living environments
  Shivayogi Hiremath; Stephen Intille; Rory Cooper; Dan Ding
  2.3 Paper: MOBI-COG: A Mobile Application for Instant Screening of Dementia Using the Mini-Cog Test
  Shahriar Nirjon; Ifat Afrin Emi; Md Abu Sayeed Mondol; Asif Salekin; John Stankovic
12:00 PM LUNCH
Location:  Conference Center Atrium
1:00 PM Welcome Remarks
  Francis S. Collins, MD, PhD, Director, NIH
http://www.nih.gov/about/director/
1:10 PM Keynote: Open-Source Wireless Implantable Devices
  Pedro Irazoqui, PhD, Associate Head of Biomedical Engineering; Showalter Faculty Scholar; Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering; Director, Center for Implantable Devices, Purdue University
https://engineering.purdue.edu/BME/People/viewPersonById?resource_id=20328
1:40 PM Technical Session #3:  Tools
  Session Chair:  Julien Penders, imec
  3.1 Paper: Zero-Effort Camera-Assisted Calibration Techniques for Wearable Motion Sensors
  Jian Wu; Roozbeh Jafari
  3.2 Research Abstract:  Wirelessly Observed Therapy (WOT) compared to Directly Observed Therapy (DOT) for the treatment of tuberculosis
  Sara Browne; Richard Haubrich; Ronelle Campbell; Lorenzo DiCarlo; Charles Peloquin; Kathleen Moser; Constance Benson
2:20 PM Demo & Abstract Presentation Session #1
  Session Chair:  William Riley, National Cancer Institute
  1.1 Demonstration Paper:  Wirelessly Sensing Medication Administration – Cyber-Physical Event Detection and Notification Utilizing Multi-Element Chipless RFID
  Xiaofu Ma; Thaddeus Czauski; Taeyoung Yang; Jeffrey Reed
  1.2 Demonstration Paper:  Adaptive Ego-Motion Tracking Using Visual-Inertial Sensors for Wearable Blind Navigation
  Hongsheng He; Jindong Tan
  1.3 Demonstration Paper:  A Comparative Study of Surgical Skills Assessment in a Physical Laparoscopy Simulator Using Wireless Inertial Sensors
  Robert Evans; Roland Partridge; DK Arvind
  1.4 Research Abstract:  Machine Learning-Based Analysis of Smartphone Usage Pattern and Its Association with Negative Human Emotion
  Galen Chin-Lun Hung; Pei-Ching Yang; Chia-Chi Chang; Jung-Hsien Chiang
  1.5 Research Abstract:  Maximizing the Potential of mHealth Heart Failure Management: Integrating mHealth with Grand-Aides®
  Gurusher Panjrath; Robert Schwarzberg; Arthur Garson; Richard Katz
  1.6 Research Abstract:  The Social POD App: A Mixed-methods Approach to the Development, Refinement, and Pilot Testing of Agent Mediated Social Networks for Modeling Healthy Behaviors
  Sarah Hales; Brie Turner-McGrievy; Arjang Fahim; Andrew Freix; Michael Huhns; Sara Wilcox; Homayoun Valafar
  1.7 Research Abstract:  Motion Assessment for Robotic Surgery Education using Inertial Body Sensors
  Jiaqi Gong; John Lach; Yanjun Qi; Rebecca Zee; Sierra Seaman; Noah Schenkman
  1.8 Research Abstract:  Time series analysis of medication ingestion and physiologic activity in diabetics captured by novel sensing platform
  Sara Browne; Yashar Behzadi; Gwen Littlewort
  1.9 Research Abstract:  Participation Barriers in Wireless Health Trials
  Lauren Ariniello; Debra Boeldt; Melissa Peters; Judith Sheard; Ravi Komatireddy; Paddy Barrett; Nathan Wineinger; Eric Topol; Cinnamon Bloss
  1.10 Research Abstract:  Three City Demonstration of Smartphone-based Video Directly Observed Therapy among Tuberculosis Patients
  Richard Garfein; Kelly Collins; Jazmine Cuevas-Mota; Fatima Munoz; Kathleen Moser; Christine Chuck; Julie Higashi; Allison Flick; Phillip Rios; Fredric Raab; Jose Luis Burgos; Kevin Patrick
3:05 PM BREAK
3:25PM Demo & Abstract Presentation Session #2
  Session Chair:  William Riley, National Cancer Institute
  2.1 Research Abstract:  Exploring Walking Activity at Large: Patterns Revealed and Lessons Learned
  Yuichi Fujiki; Ilyas Uyanik; Ioannis Pavlidis
  2.2 Research Abstract:  Remote patient monitoring with wearable and implantable devices in heart failure: meta-analyses of randomized controlled trials
  Sanjeev Bhavnani; Jill Waalen
  2.3 Research Abstract:  Continuous Vital Sign Monitoring During Meditation Using Multiple Biosensors: Participant Impacts and Lessons Learned
  Debra Boeldt; Cinnamon Bloss; Lauren Ariniello; Nathan Wineinger; Judith Sheard; Eric Topol; Steven Steinhubl
  2.4 Late Breaking Research Abstract: Development of a Bluetooth 4.0 Photoplethysmography Sensor for Use in Heart Rate Variability Analysis
  Mike Blake
  2.5 Late Breaking Research Abstract: A Standards-Based Architecture Proposal for Integrating Patient mHealth Apps to Electronic Health Record Systems
  Sara Marceglia; Paul Fontelo; Michael J Ackerman
  2.6 Late Breaking Research Abstract: SPADES: System for Physical Activity Detection, Evaluation and Storage
  Fahd Albinali; James J McClain
  2.7 Late Breaking Research Abstract: Designing mHealth for Parents of Very Low Birth Weight Infants in the NICU
  Hyung Nam Kim; Craig Garfield; Young Seok Lee
  2.8 Late Breaking Research Abstract: Wireless Body Worn Stress Level Monitoring System
  Vasileios Exadaktylos; Elena Smets; Pieter Joosen; Joachim Taelman; Daniel Berckmans
  2.9 Late Breaking Research Abstract: A Wearable Low-power Bio-impedance Sensor to Detect Congestion in an In-hospital Environment
  Christophe JP Smeets; Seulki Lee; Gabriel Squillace; Eva Wentink; Marianne Vandecasteele; Pieter Vandervoort; Lars Grieten
  2.10 Late Breaking Research Abstract: Unsupervised Head Impact Identification Using Inertial Body Sensors Based on Linear Dynamical Model
  Jiaqi Gong; Sriram Dandu; Bryson Reynolds; John Lach; Jason  Druzgal
  2.11 Late Breaking Research Abstract: Management of Hyperglycemia and Reduction in Hypoglycemia in Psychiatric Patients Using eGlycemic Management System
  Stephen Ingram; Raymie McFarland; Laurel Fuqua; Andrew S Rhinehart; Randall Ball; Tamera Parsons; Robby Booth
4:10 PM Technical Session #4:  Smartphone Solutions 
  Session Chair:  Donna Spruijt-Metz, University of Southern California
  4.1 Paper:  Vocal-Diary: A Voice Command Based Ground Truth Collection System for Activity Recognition
  Enamul Hoque; Robert F Dickerson; John Stankovic
  4.2 Paper: mobileVision: A Face-mounted, Voice-activated, Non-mydriatic “Lucky” Ophthalmoscope
  Adam Samaniego; Vivek Boominathan; Ashutosh Sabharwal; Ashok N Veeraraghavan
  4.3 Paper:  Efficacy of a Smartphone System to Support Groups in Behavior Change Programs
  Honglu Du; Michael Youngblood; Peter Pirolli
5:00 PM Keynote:  Open Innovation Accelerating Digital Health
  Young Sohn, President and Chief Strategy Officer, Samsung Electronics
www.linkedin.com/pub/young-sohn/8/608/a13
5:30 PM Reception, Demo & Poster Sessions
Location:  Conference Center Atrium

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Friday, October 31st | Conference Sessions
Location:  NIH Campus, Natcher Conference Center, Ruth Kirschstein Auditorium (unless otherwise noted)
7:30 AM Registration Desk Opens & Continental Breakfast Served
Poster Sessions on Display
Location:  Conference Center Atrium
8:30 AM Welcome Remarks
  Robert McCray, WLSA, and Wendy Nilsen, PhD, National Institutes of Health (NIH)
8:40 AM Keynote: Wireless Health: One Engineer’s Odyssey
  John Lach, PhD, Professor and Chair, Charles L. Brown Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Virginia
http://www.ece.virginia.edu/~jcl7d/home.html
9:10 AM Panel Discussion:  Inspiring and Informing Through Design Research
  Moderator: Wendy Nilsen, PhD, Health Scientist Administrator at the NIH Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (OBSSR)
Panelists: Silvia Vergani, Design Lead and Design Researcher, IDEO
Danielle Schlosser, PhD, Assistant Professor and Director, Digital Research Intervention for Volitional Enhancement (DRIVE) lab, UCSF School of Medicine
9:50 AM Technical Session #5:  Users in the Loop
  Session Chair:  Wendy Nilsen, National Institutes of Health
  5.1 Paper:  Design and Usage of an Ozone Mapping App
  Ilyas Uyanik; Ashik Khatri; Panagiotis Tsiamyrtzis; Ioannis Pavlidis
  5.2 Paper:  A Pilot Study of an Inspection Framework for Automated Usability Guideline Reviews of Mobile Health Applications
  Jing Xu; Xiang Ding; Ke Huang; Guanling Chen
  5.3 Research Abstract: User-centered Design of Virtual Sprouts: A Mobile Device-Based Gardening and Cooking Game for Promoting Dietary Behavior Change among Minority School Children
  Cheng K. Fred Wen; Daniel Auerbach; David Turpin; Yasaman Hashemian; Marientina Gotsis; H. Chad Lane; Gillian O’Reilly; Jaimie Davis; Gisele Ragusa; Donna Spruijt-Metz
10:40 AM BREAK
11:00 AM Technical Session #6: Global
  Session Chair:  Bharat Rao, KPMG
   6.1 Research Abstract:  Know Your Audience: Predictors of success for a patient-centered SMS application to augment HIV linkage to care in rural Uganda
  Mark Siedner; Data Santorino; Jessica Haberer; David Bangsberg
  6.2 Research Abstract:  Can Point-of-Care mHealth Diagnostic Devices be Deployed in Resource Limited Areas of Rural Africa?
  Sanjeev Bhavnani; Ankita Kadakia; Rakhi Sharma; James Saturday; Elizabeth Ekirapa-Kiracho; Peterson Kyebambe
  6.3 Research Abstract: Evaluating The Use Of Mobile Technology To Improve Health Worker Adherence To Protocols For Newborn Care In Tanzania
  Genna Panucci; Marc Mitchell; Kim Wilson; Augustine Massawe
  6.4 Paper:  Smartphone Platform Survey-Scale Heart Rate Collection – a Performance Evaluation in Ethiopia
  James AJ Heathers, Jessica B Hoel, Simon Wegerif, Benjamin Schwab, Natasha Ledlie, Kibrewossen Abay, Guush Berhane, John Hoddinott
12:10 PM LUNCH
Location:  Conference Center Atrium
1:20 PM Panel Discussion:  Big Data:  Opportunities and Implications for Wireless Health
  Moderator:  Bharat Rao, PhD, Principal, Advisory, HealthCare & Life Sciences Data & Analytics, KPMG LLP
www.linkedin.com/in/raobharat
Panelists: Richard Bakalar, MD, Partner, KPMG Global Center of Health Excellence
http://www.kpmg.com/global/en/industry/healthcare/center-of-excellence/pages/richard-bakalar.aspx
Noshir Contractor, PhD, Northwestern University
http://nosh.northwestern.edu/
Santosh Kumar, PhD, Department of Computer Science, The University of Memphis
http://www.cs.memphis.edu/~santosh/
2:10 PM Awards Presentations
2:30 PM Closing Keynote: 
  Bonnie J. Spring, PhD, Director, Center for Behavior and Health – Institute for Public Health and Medicine, Feinberg School of Medicine; Professor in Preventive Medicine-Behavioral Medicine, Center for Behavior and Health – Institute for Public Health and Medicine, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, Northwestern University
https://fsmweb.northwestern.edu/faculty/FacultyProfile.cfm?xid=16136
3:00 PM Closing Remarks
3:00 PM Close of Conference