CovIdentify Bass Connections Team

covidentify study logo

CAGPM has partnered with the Big Ideas Lab and Bass Connections to form the Equity and Efficiency of Using Wearables Data for COVID-19 Monitoring Bass Connections team

In April 2020, Duke launched CovIdentify to test the viability of using wearables to quickly identify individuals who may have contracted the coronavirus. CovIdentify’s overarching objective is to implement existing digital biomarkers and establish new digital biomarkers to develop, validate and translate CovIdentify as a continuous screening tool. 

This project team will improve and expand the CovIdentify study by designing a new database system suitable for large-scale data analysis and recruiting members from underserved populations to participate in the study. 

Student Opportunities

This team will include 5 graduate students and 4 undergraduate students interested in computer science, public health and/or communications. The entire team will meet weekly and subteams will also meet weekly.

Applications will open on July 27. The deadline to apply is July 31 at 11:50 p.m.

Apply

Full project details

Related Links

CovIdentify website
'CovIdentify' Adapts to Address a Changing Pandemic
'CovIdentify' Pits Smartphones and Wearable Tech Against the Coronavirus
Big Ideas Lab

Contact

Ryan Shaw, Ph.D.
Associate Professor in the School of Nursing
Member of CAGPM
ryan.shaw@duke.edu
(919) 684-9434

Jessilyn Dunn, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering
jessilyn.dunn@duke.edu
(919) 668-9798