In the age of targeted ads, wearable technology, and social media, data gathering is often at odds with the right to protect one’s privacy. But what if this data could predict the next pandemic?
Radiomics: The Digital Biopsy
Using digital imaging instead of a scalpel
To examine the effects of COVID-19 on communities, Brown researchers turn to data
Brown University projects examine effects on nursing homes and medical care
Women Empowering Women: Maternova
Maternova, Inc. is a trusted resource for cutting-edge medical innovations in newborn, obstetrics and reproductive health.
Learn by Doing
The School of Public Health is now challenging students to view their phones, and other ubiquitous technologies, as tools that can be used to address some of today’s most pressing public health problems.
NALARI HEALTH Imagine a world where a team of medical professionals provides critical care to you through your computer. Nalari Health is heading in that direction at rapid speed. Squarely at the intersection between technology, public health, and the delivery of health care, Nalari Health is not in the business of selling technology. Instead, they […]
Technology and Public Health
The past several decades have been characterized by anevolution of the public health problems facing society. Global obesity rates have doubled since the 1980s, with the United States experiencing the greatest gains in the developed world. Although total cancer deaths in the US have decreased since the 1990s, cancers of the skin, liver, and kidney […]