Theme: Health

These projects tackle tough health challenges through interdisciplinary approaches.

From Individual to Collective Wellbeing: Smart Technology Ecosystem for Personalized Mood Modulation

Team Members: Ching-Hua Chuan, Cinema and Interactive Media; Soyoon Kim, Communication Studies, Juan Chattah, Music Theory and Composition; Soyeon Ahn, Educational and Psychological Studies; Jennifer Britton, Psychology; and Amy M. Strickland, Music Library.

Augmented Reality for Applied Behavior Analysis—Evaluations, Creations, and Applications

Team Members: Mohamad Hammam Alsafrjalani, Electrical and Computer Engineering; Mohamad Abdel-Mottaleb, Electrical and Computer Engineering; Kim Grinfeder, Cinema and Interactive Media; Anibal Gutierrez, Psychology; Yanerys Leon, Psychology; and Vanessa Rodriguez, Learning and Research Services.

Characterization and Prevention of Hazardous Occupational Noise and its Negative Health Consequences

Team Members: Hillary Snapp, Otolaryngology; Natasha Schaefer Solle, Medicine; Suhrud Rajguru, Biomedical Engineering and Otolaryngology; Barbara Millet, Cinema and Interactive Media; Uzma Khan, Marketing; and Zsuzsanna Nemeth, Learning, Research, and Clinical Information Services at Calder Library.

Personalized Treatment After Brain Injury: Combining Biological and Cognitive Factors with Machine Learning Approaches

Team Members: Helen Bramlett, Neurological Surgery; W. Dalton Dietrich, Neurological Surgery; Odelia Schwartz, Computer Science; Dilip Sarkar, Computer Science; Lucina Uddin, Psychology; Lauren Shapiro, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Zsuzsa Nemeth, reference librarian and research liaison

Aerosolization of algal toxins and pathogens in South Florida and their human health effects

Cassandra Gaston, RSMAS; Alberto Caban-Martinez, Public Health Sciences; David Lee, Public Health Sciences; Grace Zhai, Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology; Larry Brand, RSMAS; Kimberly Popendorf, RSMAS; Brain Haus, RSMAS; Helena Solo-Gabriele, Engineering; James Klaus, Arts and Sciences; Angela Clark, RSMAS Science Library.

Advancing Interdisciplinary Research on the Microbiome to Optimize Health

Adam Carrico, Public Health Sciences; Sabita Roy, Surgery; Maria Alcaide, Medicine; Hansel Tookes, Medicine; Savita Pahwa, Medicine; and Xi (Steven) Chen, Public Health Sciences; Michael Antoni, Psychology; Vera Spika, Learning and Research Services Librarian