Ertin advises presidential workgroup on tech healthcare

ertin_sensor_cropped (1)TDA@OhioState affiliate Emre Ertin was recently among a group of national experts asked to advise a healthcare tech initiative created by President Barack Obama. Ertin, a professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, develops body sensors that gather patient data for more personalized care. He recently spoke at the National Institutes of Health Precision Medicine Initiative Mobile and Personal Technologies Workshop in California. Specifically, he discussed wearable physiological sensors and how they relate to patient behavior. More

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