July 2017 - Imagine someone undergoing treatment by a psychiatrist. How do we know the treatment is really working or should be modified? To assess whether the patient’s condition is objectively improving, the doctor could ask him or her to take home a heart rate monitor and wear it continuously for 24 hours. An app connected to the monitor could then track how much the patient’s heart rate varies over time and how much the patient moves. Read the article here.
November 2016 - Pradyumna Suresha, the newest PhD student in our lab, was awarded the Institutional Gold Medal for securing highest GPA in B.Tech -Electronics and Communication Engineering, batch of 2015-16; as well as 1986 Batch Gold Medal for being the student with best academic record in the department of ECE, NITK Surathkal India. Congratulations!
October 2016 - We have openings for faculty and research positions in machine learning and signal processing applied to biomedical informatics and engineering.
14 Sept 2016 - The winners of this year's PhysioNet/CinC Challenge were announced at the CinC Conference. Congratulations to everyone for a tight run race! We enjoyed running this and hope you all submit to the upcoming Physiological Measurement Special Issue.
28 May 2016 - In support of the Exposome mission, the Clifford Lab will be offering live interactive demos to demonstrate some of the useful capabilities of the Raspberry Pi, sensor technologies and cloud computing. Event takes place June 12 in the plaza level auditorium of the Claudia Nance Rollins building.
April 2016 - Dr. Clifford appointed Interim Chair of Emory's Department of Biomedical Informatics.
7 May 2016 - The Official Phase of the PhysioNet/Computing in Cardiology Challenge 2016 has begun.
February 2016 - The PhysioNet/Computing in Cardiology Challenge 2016, co-organised by the Clifford Lab and the Laboratory for Computational Physiology, is now open.