2016 Monthly Seminars

Since January 2016, ME-ARC has invited numerous speakers to present at the monthly seminars. Below are the speakers from 2016.

2016 Seminars:

March 2016- First Annual Mobile and Electronic Health Symposium

Presented by Belinda Borrelli, Ph.D., Professor and Director of Behavioral Science Research, Department of Health Policy and Health Services research, BU-GSDM PI, and Director, ME-ARC

April 2016- Proposal for Pre-ARC Mobile and Electronic Health

Presented by Belinda Borrelli, Ph.D., Professor and Director of Behavioral Science Research, Department of Health Policy and Health Services research, BU-GSDM PI, and Director, ME-ARC

May 2016- Biomed Engineering, Diagnostics, and MIT Collaboration

Presented by Muhammad Zaman, Ph.D., Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies, Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Boston University

June 2016- Overview of CFTCC

Presented by Catherine Klapperich, Ph.D., Dean for Research and the Director of the NIBIB POCTRN Center for Future Technologies in Cancer Care (CFTCC), BU School of Engineering

July 2016- Center for Implementation Science

Presented by Caitlin Allen, MPH,  Evans Center for Implementation and Improvement Sciences, BUSM

August- 2016- Medication Adherence Projects in Africa Using Text Messaging

Presented by Don Thea, Ph.D., Director for the Center of Global Health and Development, Professor, Department of Global Health, Boston University

September 2016- Electronic Medical Records at BMC (Epic)

Presented by Rebecca Mishuris, M.D., MPH, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, BUSM

October 2016- App to Improve the Quantity and Quality of Physical Activity

Presented by Deepak Kumar, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Therapy and Athletic Training, Boston University Sargent College

November 2016- Arc Application Submission

December 2016- How to Partner with Software Engineers

Presented by Andrei Lapets, Ph.D., Director of Research Development and Director of SAIL, Adjunct Professor and Research Scientist, Department of Computer Science, Boston University Hariri Institute