mHealth Lab Collaborators

mHealth Collaborators

The mHealth Lab draws on transdisciplinary expertise from collaborators across campus who are interested in using mobile devices and apps to improve people’s health and their health care.

François Modave, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Health Outcomes & Policy
mHealth Lab Lead

Expertise: Biomedical informatics, decision-making, decision theory, their applications to clinical problems, and public health.
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Jiang Bian, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Health Outcomes & Policy

Expertise: Biomedical informatics, network science, big data analytics, social media, security and privacy, and software engineering.
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Michelle Cardel, Ph.D., R.D.

Assistant Professor, Health Outcomes & Policy

Expertise: Obesity, nutrition, factors influencing obesity, pediatric obesity prevention and treatment, and health disparities.
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David Fedele, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Clinical and Health Psychology

Expertise: Family adjustment to pediatric illness, especially related to asthma; psychosocial aspects of pediatric chronic illness, including how health behaviors, adherence to treatment regimens and child-caregiver relationships impact adjustment and morbidity, especially related to asthma.
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Yi Guo, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Health Outcomes & Policy

Expertise: Cancer epidemiology, prevention, and control; sample size estimation for multilevel and longitudinal data; design and analysis of health outcomes research; and health measurement scales.
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Eric Rosenberg, M.D., MSPH

Associate Professor, Chief of Internal Medicine
Physician Director for Quality and Patient Safety, Department of Medicine

Expertise: Clinical quality improvement, development of patient-safety education curricula and perioperative medicine.
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Heather Vincent, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation
Director, UF Sports Performance Center
Director, UF Human Performance Laboratory

Expertise: Effects of obesity on joint disease mechanisms such as osteoarthritis; the development of exercise-based interventions to reduce disease pathology, pain and disability; an integrative approach to research using physiological assessment, biochemical markers, biomechanical measures, and patient subjective measures.
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