Project Preferences for CS342 (Winter 2020-21)
Biodesign's Building for Digital Health (MED 253/CS 342).

Offered: Winter Quarter 2020-21 (3 units)
Day/Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30-5:50 pm
Please read the following abstracts 👨🏽‍⚕️
Development of App to Facilitate Post-Kidney Transplant Outpatient Care
Led by Marc L. Melcher, MD, Ph.D., Department of Surgery (

The goal of this project is to develop an interactive mobile app that facilitates the complex
outpatient care of kidney transplant patients to increase medication compliance and to improve management of comorbidities, both of which are essential to the ultimate success of kidney transplantation. To achieve this, the app would provide patient education and collect important post-operative data. The data will be used to create bi-weekly reports that will guide the post-operative care of patients for the first 30 days after transplantation.

Digital Health Cardiovascular Disease Management System
Led by Paul J. Wang, MD and Meg Babakhanian, PhD (,

The goal of the project is to leverage digital health technology to create a platform for management of a range of cardiovascular diseases, from prevention to disease management. The project will create a web-based platform as the provider-facing user interface and patient-facing Apps for patient engagement using their iPhones to allow for cardiovascular disease management. ECGs from Apple Watch will be used to document the electrocardiogram.
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Tell us about the most recent app, website, or clinical project that you have worked on. Feel free to describe other relevant experience. *
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Please select all listed iOS development tools that are familiar to you. *
In this course you will be developing iOS apps, with optional scaffolded sample code. Willingness to navigate through the iOS development ecosystem is required.
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