Smart Health and Biomedical Research in the Era of Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Data Science (SCH)

Synopsis

This interagency program solicitation supports the development of transformative, high-risk/high-reward advances in computer and information science, engineering, mathematics, statistics, behavioral and/or cognitive research to address pressing questions in the biomedical and public health communities. Scientific and engineering innovations by interdisciplinary teams develop novel methods to collect, sense, connect, analyze, and interpret data from individuals, devices, and systems, enabling discovery and optimizing health. Solutions to these complex biomedical or public health challenges requires teams that are ready to address these issues, while advancing fundamental science and engineering.

Please watch the Smart and Connected Health presentation from ISMB 2022, which will give insight into how to prepare a successful application.

Read more about the National Science Foundation (NSF) Smart and Connected Health program.

Review full program guidelines and learn how to submit a proposal in the latest solicitation.

Read the NSF Solicitation 21-530

Read the NIH Notice NOT-OD-21-011

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Awardees

FY21 NIH Awardees
Grant Number Award IC PI Name PI Institution Award Title

1R01EY033847-01

NEI

Truong Nguyen

University of California San Diego

SCH: Multimodal Retina Image Alignment and Applications

1R01EY033861-01

NEI

Tieming Liu

Oklahoma State University

SCH: Harnessing Tensor Information to Improve EHR Data Quality for Accurate Data-driven Screening of Diabetic Retinopathy with Routine Lab Results

1R01CA270454-01

NCI

Kwan-Liu Ma

University of California, Davis

SCH: Smart EHR Data Analytics to Enhance Cancer Care Multiteam Systems

1R01HD108473-01

NICHD

Yong Zhu

North Carolina State University

SCH: A personalized wearable rehabilitation sensing system for stroke survivors

1R01HL163439-01

NHLBI

Mounya Elhilali

Johns Hopkins University

SCH: Smart Auscultation for Pulmonary Diagnostics and Imaging

1R01HL163515-01

NHLBI

Thomas Stohmer

University of California, Davis

SCH: Heterogenous, dynamic synthetic data: From algorithms to clinical applications

1R01EB032896-01

NIBIB

Shandong Wu

University of Pittsburgh

SCH: Leverage clinical knowledge to augment deep learning analysis of breast images

1R01NS126690-01

NINDS

GQ Zhang

The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth Houston)

SCH: Neurophysiological AI-Ready Data Resource

1R01LM014026-01

NLM

Cyrus Shahabi

University of Southern California

SCH: Wearables for Health and Disease Knowledge (W4H)

1R01LM014027-01

NLM

Shigang Chen

University of Florida

SCH: Enabling Data Outsourcing and Sharing for AI-powered Parkinsons Research

1R01DE031832-01

NIDCR

Rong Wang

Illinois Institute of Technology

SCH: Multidimensional Microfluidic Salivary Sensor with Adversarial Knowledge Distillation for Point-of-Care Assessment of Periodontitis and Comorbidities

1R01AG077003-01

NIA

Xiaopeng Zhao

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

SCH: Robotic Caregiver to Comprehend, Assist, Relieve, and Evaluate for Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease (Robotic CARE for AD)

1R01AG077016-01

NIA

Fenglong Ma

The Pennsylvania State University

SCH: AI-Enhanced Multimodal Sensor-on-a-chip for Alzheimers Disease Detection

1R01AG077017-01

NIA

Edison Thomaz

The University of Texas at Austin

SCH: Digital Biomarker and Analytics for Cognitive Impairment with Mobile and Wearable Sensing

1R01AG077018-01

NIA

Meltem Izzetoglu

Villanova University

SCH: Assessment of Cognitive Decline using Multimodal Neuroimaging with Embedded Artificial Intelligence

1R01AR080826-01

NIAMS

Hyunglae Lee

Arizona State University

SCH: Smart User-Effective Data-Enabled (SUEDE) Shoe for Ankle Injury Prevention

1R01NR020362-01

NINR

Arjun Athreya

Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota

SCH: Wearable Augmented Prediction of Burnout in Nurses: A Synergy of Engineering, Bioethics, Nursing

 

Awards made prior to FY21 can be found in the NIH RePORTER.

This page last reviewed on September 21, 2022