California Researchers Awarded $6M Federal Grant To Create Asthma-Predicting Technology for Children
A team of researchers from UCLA and the University of Southern California has been awarded a $6 million grant to help develop technology that can predict children's asthma attacks. The money was awarded by the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering as part of the National Institute of Health's $144 million initiative to create sensor monitors for children.
- "Could Smart Devices Alert Children About Asthma Triggers?" (Raths, Healthcare Informatics, 11/30).
- "California Researchers Receive $6M Grant To Predict Kids' Asthma Attacks With Sensors" (Pai, MobiHealthNews, 12/1).