Digital Health Research RAP Awardees

Spring 2017

Catalyst

CTSI Pilot Awards

Other Digital Health RAP Awards

  • Aoife O'Donovan, PhD Remote RePS: An entirely remote study of an attention bias modification training "app" for posttraumatic stress disorder
  • Judy Tan, PhD Context sensing to support smoking cessation: A smartphone pilot study
  • Erin Van Blarigan, ScD A complementary physical activity intervention using digital health tools for colorectal cancer patients during chemotherapy

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Fall 2016

Catalyst

  • Emily Finlayson, MD PrehabPal: Refining and Testing Digital Support for Frail Elderly Preparing for Surgery

CTSI Pilot Awards

Other Digital Health RAP Awards

  • Ellen Herbst, MD Technology and telephone-based smoking cessation treatment for veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder

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Spring 2016

Catalyst

  • Holly Martin, MD Mobile health solution for improved neonatal resuscitation: BREATH
  • Jyoti Mishra, PhD NeuroACE - a novel mobile mental health app for real-world neural and cognitive diagnostics
  • Pierre Theodore, MD Otto: Digital rehabilitation device for post-stroke motor recovery

CTSI Pilot Awards

  • Riley Bove, MD Harnessing the power of telemedicine to improve patient outcomes in multiple sclerosis
  • Marina Tolou-Shams, PhD Text messaging to enhance mental health and substance use treatment engagement among juvenile justice youth

Other Digital Health RAP Awards

  • Eve Ekman, PhD, MSW Daily training in the mindful management of emotion to reduce resident burnout
  • Sabra Inslicht, PhD Mobile technology-based examination of biomarkers of treatment response in exposure-based psychotherapy for PTSD

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Fall 2015

Catalyst

Other Digital Health RAP Awards

  • Sabrina Darrow, PhD Personalizing a transdiagnostic approach to young adult mental health assessment via technology
  • Jennifer Graves, MD, PhD Application of a wearable biosensor for track limb dysfunction in multiple sclerosis patients
  • Danielle Ramo-Larios, PhD Designing a Facebook intervention for young sexual and gender minority smokers
  • Danielle Schlosser, PhD Going to scale: evaluating the feasibility of disseminating a novel mobile intervention to treat depression using a natural language processing clinical trial tool and dashboard

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Spring 2015

Catalyst

Other Digital Health RAP Awards

  • Judith Hahn, PhD, MA Proof of concept of a self-administered digital health screener (SASH) to increase reporting of unhealthy alcohol use by persons with HIV in care in Uganda
  • Jennifer Kerns, MD, MPH Pilot testing of the OPT (Options for Pregnancy Termination) Decision Aid
  • Courtney Lyles, PhD Design and validation of tablet-based data collection for vulnerable patients
  • Ashley Mason, PhD Reducing problematic food craving experiences: A pilot feasibility test of Eat-Right-Now a Smartphone-based intervention to reduce food craving indulgence among overweight people who report problematic food cravings
  • Thomas Odeny, MD ComHealth: Cost-effective mHealth strategy to improve long-term retention in HIV care for mother-baby pairs

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Fall 2014

Catalyst

  • Anupama Arun, PhD SmartBrace: Remote Monitoring of Patient Compliance and Treatment Efficacy for Medical Devices
  • Allison Kaup, PhD NeuroBloom: Development of User Testing of a 'Mobile Senior Center' App to Promote Cognitive Health and Overall Well-being in Older Adulthood
  • Ngoc Ly, MD, MPH Spiritus Mobile: A Portable Device to Monitor and Track Lung Function and Promote Asthma Self-Management
  • Jean Pouliot, PhD AUTOmated Deformable Image Registration Evaluation of Confidence Tool (AUTODIRECT)
  • Corinna Zygourakis, MD TrueDoc: Development of a Doctor-Focused Mobile App that Decreases Medical Costs

Other Digital Health RAP Awards

  • Naomi Bardach, MD Using Multimedia Digital Health to Enable and Engage Pediatric Inpatients and Their Parents: A Pilot Study
  • Bruno Biagianti, MD CLIMB: a Mobile Suite of Digitalized Diagnostic and Treatment Tools for Schizophrenia
  • Jyu-Lin Chen, RN, PhD iStart Smart for Teens: Technology-Driven Healthy Weight Management
  • Mitchell Lunn, MD Utilizing Electronic Mobile Technologies in a Longitudinal Cohort Study of Sexual and Gender Minority Health
  • Snehlata Oberoi, MS, DDS Improving Orthodontic Appliance Compliance with Objective Wear-time Tracking
  • Travis Porco, PhD, MPH Computer Vision Assessment of Trachoma Photographs
  • Parya Saberi, PharmD, MAS A Novel Personalized Mobile Health Application for Improved HIV Clinical Outcomes among HIV+ Youth
  • Judy Tan, PhD Designing a Couple-Based mHealth Tool for Enhancing HIV Care Engagement Outcomes

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Spring 2014

Catalyst

  • Ellyn Cohen, PhD Development of a Mobile Application for Increasing Access to UCSF Clinical Trials
  • Rebecca Sudore, MD A Novel Website to Preparing Diverse Older Adults for Medical Decision Making

Other Digital Health RAP Awards

  • Saleh Adi, MD A pilot study of a novel application, "blip", for collection, integration, and visualization of data from patients with type 1 diabetes
  • Caitlin Gerdts, PhD Smartphone technology for harm reduction from unsafe abortion in Indonesia
  • Erin Van Blarigan, ScD Self-monitoring and text messaging to increase physical activity in colorectal cancer survivors: A pilot randomized controlled trial

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Fall 2013 Awardees

Catalyst

  • Holly Martin, MD—BREATH: Baby Resuscitation Enhanced - A Tech Helper

Other Digital Health RAP Awards

  • Mozziyar Etemadi, PhD— In-Home Pilot Study of Heart Failure Exacerbation Prediction Device
  • Roeland Hancock, PhD— Early mobile screening for reading disorder risk
  • Danielle Schlosser, PhD— PRIME-d: Enhancing motivation and health outcomes in individuals with depression

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Spring 2013 Awardees

Catalyst

  • Yoshimi Fukuoka, PhD, RN—An innovative weight loss program for Spanish-speaking latinos at high risk for Type 2 Diabetes
  • Pierre Gourraud, PhD, MPH—Development of MS Bioscreen at UCSF Clinics
  • Travis Porco, PhD, MPH—Computer vision assessment of trachoma photographs
  • Katherine Possin, PhD—The MAC NeuroCog: a novel computer-assisted cognitive assessment for demetia
  • Danielle Schlosser, PhD—Encouraging Health Promoting Behaviors Using a Novel Personalized Real-time Motivational Enhancement Mobile Application

Other Awards

  • Korey Hood, PhD —Audio Health Engagement Analysis in Diabetes: The AHEAD Study

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Fall 2012 Awardees

CTSI-SOS

  • Kelly McDermott, PhD—Improving physical activity adherence with mobile and social media
  • Judith Moskowitz, PhD, MCR/MPH/MS—A smartphone-based intervention for real-life positive emotion skills practice to ameliorate or prevent clinical depression
  • Soraya Rofagha, MD, MPH—Reliability, validity and cost-effectiveness of an iPhone-based camera (iPhone Cellscope) for the screening of diabetic retinopathy at San Francisco General Hospital
  • Joshua Woolley, MD, PhD—Improving Social Cognition in Patients with Severe Mental Illness: Neuroplasticity-Based Cognitive Training on a Mobile Device

Other Awards

  • Chanda Ho, MD—A New "Weigh" to Manage Ascites: Development and Testing of a Weight Monitoring System for Patients with Decompensated Cirrhosis
  • Christine Dehlendorf, MD,MCR/MPH/MS—Pilot Test of a Contraceptive Decision Support Tool

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Spring 2012 Awardees

CTSI-dHealth Translational

  • Raman Khanna MD—Computerized HypErtension Care e-Kiosk: autoMATEd algorithm for Mobile Devices (CHECKMATEMD)

CTSI-SOS

  • Alexis Beatty, MD—Use of Mobile Technology to Increase Exercise-Based Cardiac Rehabilitation for Patients with Ischemic Heart Disease
  • DorAnne Donesky, PhD, RN—Mobile Adaptation of a Web-based Dyspnea-Self-Management Program for People with COPD
  • Aoife O'Donovan, PhD—Resolving Psychological Stress (REPs): A mobile health application for modifying attention bias to threat in post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Danielle Schlosser, PhD—PRIME to Action: Enhancing Motivation in Schizophrenia Using a Personalized Real-Time Mobile Health Intervention

CTSI-SOS Under-represented Faculty

  • JiWon Choi, PhD, RN—The MoTHER (Mobile Technologies to Help Enhancing Regular Physical Activity) Trial: A Pilot Study for Overweight and Obese Pregnant Women
  • Yao Sun MD, PhD—Diabetes 3.0: Creating personalized insulin recommendations based on real-time wireless transfer and intelligent analysis of data from multiple devices used in the care of Type 1 diabetes mellitus

Other Awards

  • Christine Kennedy, PhD—"Picture This" Designing mHealth for low health literacy populations
  • Ida Sim, MD, PhD—Avatars and attention: Novel strategies to enhance smartphone interventions for pain

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Fall 2011 Awardees

CTSI-dHealth Translational

  • Rahul C. Deo MD, PhD—A Mobile Image-Processing Based Application for the Creation of Interactive Patient-Focused Electronic Drug Lists

CTSI-SOS

  • Robert Grant, MD MPH—Pilot study of mobile phone short message service (SMS) to improve adherence to HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) in Peru and Brazil
  • Jeremy Keenan, MD—Improving Trachoma Surveillance with Smartphones
  • Shuvo Roy, PhD—Universal Bluetooth 4.0 Module and Data Transfer Protocol Framework for Clinical Device Studies

CTSI-SOS Multidisciplinary Research Project Planning

  • Laura Schmidt, PhD MSW MPH—Mobile Health Support for SFDPH Heavy Users of Multiple Services

Academic Senate

  • Christina Baggott, PhD, PharmD—A Mobile Self-Care Program to Alleviate Nausea among Adolescents with Cancer

REAC

  • Steven Takemoto, PhD—Pipette: Post-surgical patient monitoring using consumer mobile devices

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