Prof. Shaw engineers new models of care delivery that capitalize on the emerging digital health infrastructure of health systems and society.
He is the Director of the Duke School of Nursing's Health Innovation Lab. Adjacent to Duke University Hospital, the lab provides a space for entrepreneurship, product development, and modeling and testing new care delivery processes. At the Duke School of Medicine, he is the Faculty Lead for the Mobile App Gateway - an entry point for support of digital health and mobile app research and development throughout Duke Health and Duke University.
His program of research and lab are funded by the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Science Foundation (NSF), among others. As a scholar, he is published in over 60 peer-reviewed medical, nursing and health informatics journal articles. He also teaches classes in health informatics and mentors students to become the next generation of clinicians and health scientists.
Education and Training
- Duke University School of Nursing, Ph.D. 2012
Selected Grants and Awards
- NRI: INT: Customizing Semi-Autonomous Nursing Robots using Human Expertise
- Using Partners to Enhance Long-term Weight Loss
- Technology-Mediated Symptom Management in Pediatric Blood and Marrow Transplant Care
- From Episodic to Real-Time Care in Diabetes Self-Management
- Incentivizing Behavior Change Skills to Promote Weight Loss
- A Three-Month RCT to Sustain Weigh-Loss among Obese Persons through Tailored SMS