CITRIS is delighted to have seven finalists in the IT for Society category of the 2014-2015 Big Ideas@Berkeley competition, which provides funding, support, and encouragement […]
Co-Director, CITRIS Health
During the Fall 2014, a team of 17 graduate students and two professors worked with the city of San Leandro to develop digital tools to […]
What’s Your Big Idea? The 2014-2015 Big Ideas at Berkeley contest is now open! Big Ideas at Berkeley is an annual innovation contest that provides […]
For more than a decade, high hopes have been pinned on telehealth technology to help the U.S. health care system serve the rising population of […]
Friends of CITRIS, The collected research of CITRIS faculty shows an amazing range of scale: from micro-electronics and nanotechnology to systems at the level of […]
The Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society (CITRIS) and Center for Technology and Aging (CTA) to Host Forum on Connected Aging […]
Dear Friends of CITRIS, Most issues of the CITRIS Signal focus on new research conducted by our top faculty scientists and engineers. This edition looks […]
TTRN connects U.S. and Danish researchers from multiple disciplines to exchange ideas and knowledge.
Director of Business Development, UC Davis Health
He will facilitate research, education, and development of health care technology solutions.
The Diagnostics by Design hackathon was designed as a cross-communities effort to bridge the gap between makers and do-it-yourself innovators and the sphere of global health.
Adjunct Associate Professor of Health Sciences and Health Informatics, UC Davis
Steve DeMello featured in article from Scientific American on remote monitoring of patients and the collection of surveillance data from nontraditional sources.
The fourth CITRIS SCHEME meeting recently took place, uniting physician and engineers to discuss the future of medicine and information technology.
“A Robot’s Touch” article focuses on medical surgery innovations.
UC Davis Medical Center’s California Tele-Audiology Program (CTP) brings hearing exams to rural newborns.
Project wins new grant from campus research office.
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, UC Berkeley
Proof-of-Concept for Robot Learning for Subtasks in Pediatric Appendectomy
Professor of Bioengineering, UC Berkeley