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Technology and Health Biomarkers

Health Biomarkers

Health biomarkers are used to validate a variety of health outcomes.


  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder 
  • Violence and Victimization
  • Mental health interventions following traumatic loss
  • Interprofessional education innovation and evaluation 
  • Predictive monitoring with longitudinal central and peripheral temperature for illness in preterm infants
  • HeRO monitoring to predict infection in preterm infants
  • Autonomic nervous system indicators of illness in infants
  • Patient-provider communication
  • Language discordance
  • mHealth
  • Primary care pediatrics
  • Health disparities
  • Quality mobile health apps
  • Comprehensive patient health
  • Health care systems
  • Health disparities 
  • Access to cancer care
  • Cancer survivorship
  • Outcomes research
  • Treatment adherence 
  • Psychosocial/behavioral interventions
  • Storytelling
  • Care transitions 
  • Acute and chronic sickle cell disease pain
  • Analgesic pharmacogenetics
  • Theoretically-based family-targeted intervention development and testing 
  • Mobile health technologies as an intervention delivery modality 
  • Lung cancer survivorship 
  • Lung cancer screening
  • Data management
  • Statistical methods
  • Symptoms related to oral targeted therapy
  • Adherence to oral cancer therapy
  • Aging and cancer
  • Oncology clinical trial
  • Sources of dietary inflammation and chronic disease risk, especially cancer
  • Health disparities
  • Cortisol levels and pattern on health outcomes
  • Effect of meditation on symptoms among cancer survivors


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