You are cordially invited to the 3rd Annual Health Data Science Symposium , “Smartphones, Wearables, and Health” on Nov 5th 2021.
The 2021 focus is on Digital Phenotyping, Wearables, Smartphones, & Personal Sensing across Health. The symposium brings together leading experts for a day of talks, abstract presentations, and collaborative networking around state-of-the-art advances across academia and industry in the health data sciences.
- Susan Gregurick, PhD
Associate Director for Data Science & Director of the Office of Data Science Strategy, NIH
- Andrew Campbell, PhD
Professor of Computer Science & Co-Director of DartNets Lab, Dartmouth College
Please see the website for full scientific program and details.
Currently, the symposium will be in-person & socially-distanced with virtual attendance options. However, should public health guidelines change, the symposium will become fully virtual.
Reduced Registration in-person & virtual rates available before Oct 5. Abstract submissions are encouraged – particularly from trainees and students – with top-scoring abstracts selected for awards and oral presentations.
Hosted by the Brigham & Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School Dept of Neurosurgery’s Computational Neuroscience Outcomes Center & the Harvard School of Public Health Onnela Lab.
Course Directors: Timothy Smith, MD, MPH, PhD, Bryan Iorgulescu, MD, JP Onnela, PhD