Personalized Healthcare Technology

Personalized Healthcare Technology integrates interdisciplinary research to tackle problems in unconventional ways, creating a new future in healthcare delivery and individually empowered health.

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Estimated medical costs for cardiovascular disease by 2030

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Colleges at RIT involved in personalized health care technology research

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Combined years of experience in academia among six faculty mentors

Key Faculty

Linwei Wang
Professor
Department of Computing and Information Sciences Ph.D.

Director, Personalized Health Care Technology

Adam Smith
Associate Professor
School of Design
David Borkholder
Professor
Department of Electrical and Microelectronic Engineering
Caroline Easton
Professor
Behavioral Health
Christopher Homan
Associate Professor
Department of Computer Science
Andre Hudson
Interim Dean, College of Science
Dean’s Office
Cecilia Alm
Professor
Department of Psychology
Dan Phillips
Associate Professor
Department of Electrical and Microelectronic Engineering
Karin Wuertz-Kozak
Professor
Department of Biomedical Engineering

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