Faculty Susan Murphy and Inbal Billie Nahum-Shani are leading the Methodology Session.
The mHTI is a national connector/incubator/facilitator for advancing mHealth researchers with the transdisciplinary expertise and networks for co-creating practical healthcare solutions with societal impact. The annual institute identifies academic unicorns – from disciplines ranging from medicine and psychology to computer science and biomedical engineering – with an aptitude for interdisciplinarity and a passion for translational research with societal impact. Through a week-long workshop, the mHTI helps the selected scholars develop a shared vocabulary and conceptual framework, acquire core domain expertise in latest mHealth technologies and methodologies, and get practical experience in cross-disciplinary mHealth innovation. A major focus is the advancement of team science skills and the soft skills required to develop them into influential nodes in an expanding collaborative network of catalyst mHealth researchers linked to national funding systems. The 2022 Virtual Conference is from Monday, July 25th through Thursday, July 28th.