Digital Health

InCHIP’s work in digital health is broadly focused to include electronic and mobile health research. Investigators capitalize on the use of mobile technologies, social media, web-based interventions, sensors, and other means to assess and modify target health behaviors. InCHIP is also home to Bio-CHIP, the first academic center of its kind worldwide to develop and apply biosensor-based eHealth technologies.

InCHIP Related Research Projects

InCHIP Digital Health Researchers

List of People
NameEmail
John Christensen, PhDjohn.christensen@uconn.edu
Deborah Cornman, PhDdeborah.cornman@chip.uconn.edu
Carrie Eatoncarrie.eaton@uconn.edu
Kim M. Gans, PhD, MPHkim.gans@uconn.edu
Tricia M. Leahey, PhDtricia.leahey@uconn.edu
Sherry Pagoto, PhD (Affiliate)
Roman Shrestha, PhDroman.shrestha@uconn.edu