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Events
Thursday, May 23, 2019 | 3:10 – 4pmKemper Hall
"Healthy Aging in a Digital World, a UC Davis Big Idea, from Mobile Health to Precision Health."

Abstract:The Healthy Living in a Digital World “Big Idea” initiative (bigideas.ucdavis.edu…) will unite a diverse team of experts to design, develop and evaluate creative solutions to enhance a person's daily life. We envision a world where personal devices, home monitors and mobile apps empower people to drive their health and where connectivity to family and providers generates knowledge that informs practice. Dr. Katherine Kim will discuss this initiative and her research program which combines her expertise in health informatics research and participatory design with collaborators in clinical research and computer science to develop precision solutions for people with cancer and cardiovascular and other chronic conditions.

Katherine Kim, PhD, MPH, MBADr.

Katherine Kim is Assistant Professor at the University of California Davis in the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing and the School of Medicine, Public Health Services Department. She serves as the Director of Person-Centered Health Innovation Research in the UC Davis Center for Health & Technology and Senior Scientist for Health at CITRIS (Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society), a state innovation center housed at University of California Berkeley. She is a member of the core team leading the Healthy Aging in a Digital World Big Idea at UC Davis.Dr. Kim is a health informatics researcher specializing in technology-enabled health care for cancer, heart failure, other chronic conditions. Dr. Kim’s research focuses on engagement of patients and clinicians in use of mobile health and predictive analysis models for precision health.  She also serves on the leadership team of pSCANNER: Patient-centered SCAlable National Network for Effectiveness Research, a stakeholder-governed, clinical data research network covering 34 million patients, and the California consortium of the national All of Us: Precision Medicine Initiative Research Program which seeks for create a one million person national cohort for data-driven health as unique as every individual. 

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