PROACTIVE HEALTH LAB
The Proactive Health (ProHealth) Informatics group designs, develops, and evaluates intelligent, learning systems to empower lay people to better understand, manage, and improve their health. ProHealth researchers make valuable contributions to the fields of health informatics, human-computer interaction, machine learning, pervasive computing, and privacy.
Proactive Health Informatics at Indiana University Bloomington has a pipeline of training programs for K-12 students, undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral researchers to develop the next generation of innovators and scholars.
If you would like to get involved or learn more about our program:
- Take a class taught by one of our faculty: Christina Chung, Kay Connelly, Dana Habeeb, Katie Siek, Patrick C. Shih, and James Clawson.
- Consider taking an undergraduate research opportunity. We advise students in the UROC, SROC, I499, Y499, CEWiT, ProHealth REU Site, various scholars around campus (e.g., Cox Scholars), CRA-W CREU and DREUs.
- Look at faculty and graduate student research projects and talk to them about their projects during office hours (for faculty) or email the graduate student about availability.