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Center for Health Technology and InnovationEmpowering Patients and Clinicians to Improve Cardiovascular Care

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The mission of the Center for Health Technology & Innovation is to leverage mobile and wearable technologies to empower patients and clinicians, enhance quality of care, increase value, and achieve equity in the diagnosis and management of heart diseases and stroke.

 

Current Research Projects

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In-Home Diagnostic Triage via Smartphone Video Virtual Check-In for Potential Stroke Symptoms During the COVID-19 Pandemic — A Novel Approach to Improving Cardiovascular Health Equity and Long-Term Cardiovascular Prevention.
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A novel smartphone software application to accurately and reliably quantify the “H.I.N.T.S.” exam to aid in correct diagnosis of posterior fossa (brainstem or cerebellar) stroke vs. vestibular neuritis (labyrinthitis) in acute dizziness/vertigo in diverse populations.
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A virtual cardiovascular rehabilitation program for secondary pan-vascular prevention in patients of diverse socioeconomic backgrounds with stroke, acute myocardial infarction, and other cardiovascular conditions.
 
 

Accomplishments

Our research team has developed numerous technological innovations and advancements in the field of cardiovascular care including:

  • Developed a friendly and intuitive technology platform that empowers patients with cardiovascular diease to take a more active role in their care
  • Development of a loaner program for smart phones and smart watches to close the digital divide and promote health equity
  • Johns Hopkins installed smart TVs in the cardiology units to enhance patient and family education
  • Deployed an app to improve patient self-management in guideline-based care to heart attack patients hospitalized at 4 hospitals across 3 states in the MiCORE study
  • Development of “Stroke Goggles” to improve the diagnosis and care of stroke and recovery
 
 
 

Team

 

Leadership

 
 
 

Faculty and Staff

 
 

Students and Trainees

 
Francoise Marvel, MD., picture

Francoise Marvel, M.D.

Cardiology Fellow
Nino Isakadze

Nino Isakadze, M.D.

Cardiology Fellow & AHA SFRN Fellow
Erin Spaulding, R.N., picture

Erin Spaulding, R.N.

Predoctoral Student in Nursing
William Yang, MD., picture

William Yang, M.D.

Internal Medicine Resident
Apurva Sharma, MD., picture

Apurva Sharma, M.D.

Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Kellen Knowles, MD., picture

Kellen Knowles, M.D.

Internal Medicine Resident
Pauline Huynh, BA., picture

Pauline Huynh, B.A.

Mobile Health Fellow
Helen Xun, BS., picture

Helen Xun, B.S.

Medical Student
Daniel Weng, BA., picture

Daniel Weng, B.A.

Medical Student
Shannon Wongvibulsin, PhD., picture

Shannon Wongvibulsin, Ph.D.

Medical Student
Lochan Shah, BA., picture

Lochan Shah, B.A.

Medical Student
Rose Shan, BS., picture

Rose Shan, B.S.

Mobile Health Fellow
Kevon-Mark Jackman

Kevon-Mark Jackman, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Fellow
 
 
 

Publications

  • Hung G, Yang WE, Marvel FA, Martin SS. Mobile health application platform 'Corrie' personalises and empowers the heart attack recovery patient experience in the hospital and at home for an underserved heart attack survivor. BMJ Case Rep. 2020;13(2):e231801. Published 2020 Feb 17. doi:10.1136/bcr-2019-231801
  • Yang WE, Spaulding EM, Lumelsky D, et al. Strategies for the Successful Implementation of a Novel iPhone Loaner System (iShare) in mHealth Interventions: Prospective Study. JMIR Mhealth Uhealth. 2019;7(12):e16391. Published 2019 Dec 16. doi:10.2196/16391
  • William E Yang, MD; Lochan M Shah, BA; Erin M Spaulding, RN, BSN; Jane Wang, MD; Helen Xun, BS; Daniel Weng, BA; Rongzi Shan, BS; Shannon Wongvibulsin, PhD; Francoise A Marvel, MD; Seth S Martin, MD, MHS. The role of a clinician amid the rise of mobile health technology. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. 2019 Aug. DOI: 10.1093/jamia/ocz131
 
 

Affiliated Labs

  • Seth Martin Lab

    Dr. Martin's research is focused on rapid generation of new knowledge through clinical studies that can be brought back to the bedside to directly inform the care of patients with advanced lipid disorders and those in need of state-of-the-a...rt comprehensive CV prevention. Members of his lab commit to complete ownership of their project, unwavering pursuit of excellence, and thrive on multidisciplinary teamwork. Active projects include the Very Large Database of Lipids, CASCADE FH Registry, MiCORE (Myocardial infarction, COmbined device, Recovery Enhancement), Google Health Search Trial, and mActive-Smoke.

    For more information, please visit the Ciccarone Center.
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    Research Areas: digital and mobile health, atherosclerosis, lipidology, precision medicine, myocardial infarction

    Principal Investigator

    Seth Martin, M.D., M.H.S.

    Department

    Medicine

 

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