Ryan Shaw, associate professor, was recently invited to give an NYU College of Nursing Pless Talk. His presentation was entitled "Digital Health and the Rise of Digital Therapeutics" at New York University Rory Meyers College of Nursing. After Shaw's presentation, he met with faculty and students to discuss their program of research and the use of digital health technologies.
Pless talks are an invited speaker series at New York University Rory Meyers College of Nursing's Center for Nursing Research.
Ryan Shaw, associate professor, and his project "Diabetes Model Care" was recently highlighted at the NIH-NINR Open Council meeting during a presentation by Augie Diana, Project officer at NINR, for SBIR/STTR grants. Shaw’s work was presented as an example of how near real-time data from mobile health technologies can be used to improve diabetes self-management and to facilitate care delivery. This work is supported by NINR through a 3-year R15 award.
Currently in the United States, obesity affects two-thirds of adults. The obesity epidemic is associated with high health care costs – not only individuals but to employers, insurers and health systems. By involving patients and their partners in the weight loss journey, researchers are aiming to prove the effectiveness of joint weight management interventions.
Ryan Shaw, associate professor, recently published an opinion editorial article entitled "Wearable Health Technologies: Where are we with Clinical Utility?" in MedTech Boston. Tyler Meathe, Pratt Engineering student, was a co-author of this article.
Kris Hauser, PhD, associate professor at Duke University Pratt School of Engineering and Ryan Shaw, PhD, RN, associate professor at Duke University School of Nursing are co-principal investigators and have recently received an award for their National Science Foundation proposal entitled “Customizing Semi-Autonomous Nursing Robots using Human Expertise.” Their proposal was awarded $962,572 for a three-year period.
DUSON partnered with the Pratt School of Engineering and the School of Medicine for an event in Washington D.C. focusing on an innovative partnership between the three schools. The purpose of this event was to highlight the research, innovation, and entrepreneurship at Duke University that resulted in the creation of a patient mobility product, Zephyr Mobility.
Kudos to Ryan Shaw and Lori Orlandi and their entire team for the submission of their NIH R01 Multi-PI application entitled "Advancing Precision Health: Actionable Genomics & Mobile Health Technologies." This proposal requests funding for a four-year period with a start date of July 1, 2019.