The Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust is funding obesity research at Health Promotion Research Center. A $1 million grant will help stimulate research on the factors that lead to obesity and new treatments or tools in managing it.
The new technology being studied aims specifically at some of our state’s most vulnerable- those experiencing homelessness.
A local pastor and researchers at OU Health are coming together – trying to reach those struggling with their mental health.
Dr. Michael Businelle and Dr. Katherine Moxley are creating an app that will monitor the well-being of patients with cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A clinical psychologist at the University of Oklahoma is testing an app designed to help with increased anxiety and depression amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Michael Businelle describes the Project Phoenix study smartphone app.
Dr. Michael Businelle describes his smoking cessation smartphone app.
Emily Hébert , a post-doctoral fellow at the Stephenson Cancer Center at OU Medicine has received a highly competitive federal grant that will launch her research career focused on using mobile technology for tobacco cessation.
Researchers at the University of Oklahoma are launching a digital health study that will measure the effectiveness of an mHealth app in intervening at the right time to help smokers kick the habit.
Researchers design a tailored smartphone app to connect homeless adults with local and statewide service in Texas.
Dr. Michael Businelle receives R01 grant from the NIH to develop the Link2Care smartphone app.
Researchers investigate how smartphone interventions prompt people to get moving and reduce sedentary behavior.
Researchers from the Oklahoma Tobacco research Center are featured in the OU Medicine magazine published by the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine.
Darla and Michael join the Oklahoma Tobacco Research Center.
The American Cancer Society highlights Michael and Darla's research.