Giving subjects their voice (PHI Professor Rupal Patel)

Asso­ciate Pro­fessor Rupal Patel has cre­ated a way to give people with speech dis­or­ders a per­son­al­ized syn­thetic voice that resem­bles their true vocal identity.

Turning phones into coaches (PHI Professor Stephen Intille)

A leader in the field of personal health informatics, Intille is taking a unique approach to promoting healthy behavior—adapting a device nearly everyone owns, the smartphone, to assist with the motivating.

A social network to improve community health (PHI Professor Andrea Parker)

Assis­tant Pro­fessor Andrea Parker is devel­oping mobile tools aimed at improving the health and well­ness of people in low-​​income communities—and inspiring them to encourage their neigh­bors to do the same.

Autism and technology (PHI Professor Matthew Goodwin)

Matthew Goodwin is an Assistant Professor of Health Informatics as well as Assistant Professor of Computer and Information Science. His current research project seeks to improve the understanding of minimally verbal children with autism spectrum disorder.

Brain interfaces (PHI Professor Denis Erdogmus)

Deniz Erdogmus, Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Director of the Cognitive Systems Laboratory, discusses how Brain Computer Interface (BCI) technologies can help people with severe speech and physical impairments to better communicate with their friends and family and interact with their environment.