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The Mobile Health Technology (mHealth) Shared Resource at the OU Health Stephenson Cancer Center supports researchers who use technology to study and intervene upon cancer-related health risk factors and behaviors. 
Director - Michael Businelle, PhD
Program Manager - Michela Aguirre

The mHealth core provides a wide range of services including: 

  • Support for clinical trials and micro-randomized trials

  • UX/UI design for mobile applications

  • Smartphone application design and development (i.e. Android, Apple)

  • Web-based content management system (CMS) to manage research studies and enroll study participants

  • Create various types of ecological momentary assessments (EMAs): random, daily, participant initiated, sensor initiated 

  • Create Just-in-Time Adaptive Interventions (JITAI)

  • Machine learning models and analysis

  • Sensor integration into apps (e.g., GPS tracking, facial recognition, medication bottle cap, activity monitor)

  • Governance and risk assessment support

  • Application maintenance and support

  • Application and device training

The mHealth Shared Resource has worked with:

  • American Cancer Society 

  • Battelle 

  • Emory University

  • Georgia State University School of Public Health

  • Louisiana State University

  • MD Anderson

  • Moffitt Cancer Center

  • Ohio State

  • Oklahoma Tobacco Research Center

  • Optum Center for Wellbeing

  • Rice University

  • Rutgers University

  • Stephenson Cancer Center

  • University of Alabama - School of Public Health 

  • University of Houston

  • University of North Texas Health Science Center

  • University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

  • University of Texas - School of Nursing

  • University of Texas Health Science Center - School of Public Health

  • University of Wisconsin 

  • Veterans Administration Medical Center

  • Yale School of Medicine 

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