University of Calgary researchers are developing and applying accurate monitoring and sensing technologies, remote feedback, and expert knowledge databases to optimize decisions and interventions that promote health in real time.
Dr. Reed Ferber speaks about the success of the WeTRAC-Create program and funding in the amount of > $3 million.
Developing wearable devices for nurses to use at work to prevent back pain, injury and disability.
Developing a microwave device that will let older adults measure their hydration levels—a marker of health—at home.
Cloud-based software that gets ischemic stroke patients to the right hospital for treatment as fast as possible.