Shwetak Patel, the Washington Research Foundation Entrepreneurship Endowed Professor in Computer Science & Engineering and Electrical & Computer Engineering at the University of Washington, describes a collection of research projects conducted with his clinical collaborators that leverage the sensors on mobile devices (e.g., microphones, cameras, accelerometers, etc) in new ways to enable the screening, self-management and longitudinal study of diseases. These projects follow the theme of finding unique signals and biomarkers in order to enable access and scale by leveraging existing hardware. His remarks underscore the potential advances in health and clinical science through the convergence of sensing, machine learning, and human-computer interaction. Video courtesy of Heidelberg Laureate Forum.
Shwetak Patel, the Washington Research Foundation Entrepreneurship Endowed Professor in Computer Science & Engineering and Electrical & Computer Engineering, explains the difference between empathy and compassion, and how companies can infuse these practices in their culture to build a more inclusive approach that emphasizes outcomes which improve lives, not just balance sheets. Video courtesy of UW CoMotion.
Ron Howell, Chief Executive Officer, Washington Research Foundation (WRF) Dean's Award Recipient. Video courtesy of the University of Washington College of Engineering.
WRF Endowed Professor Dr. Shwetak Patel of the University of Washington presents at ISB's 2019 Symposium: The Future of Health. Video courtesy of ISB.
Panel discussion including WRF Distinguished Investigator & Assistant Professor Dr. Sean Gibbons of ISB and WRF Endowed Professor Dr. Shwetak Patel of the University of Washington. Video courtesy of ISB.
WRF Distinguished Investigator & Assistant Professor Dr. Sean Gibbons of the Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) explains the human microbiome. Video courtesy of ISB. Full series available to view on YouTube.
Top health and healthcare-related professionals will speak and coach students in this class while showcasing Seattle-based innovations in health. Students will form inter-disciplinary teams around project concepts chosen by the class. Excellent preparation for the Hollomon Health Innovation. Video courtesy of UW Foster School of Business
Lecture from Dr. Sean Gibbons, now WRF Distinguished Investigator & Assistant Professor at the Institute for Systems Biology. Video courtesy of WGBHForum
Video courtesy of UW Clean Energy Institute
Washington Clean Energy Testbeds funding provided by WRF. Video courtesy of UWTV
Video Courtesy of Seattle ARCS Foundation
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We are currently asking for help to achieve our goals and make the future a better place. Learn more about how you can help by visiting our website: https://hub.wsu.edu/ise/. Video courtesy of Innovation for Sustainable Energy (ISE).
Designing the next generation of supercomputers for biomedical research. Guest lecture by Dr. Dimitri Kusnezov, U.S. Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration, sponsored in part by WRF.
With the support of a generous gift from the Washington Research Foundation (WRF), CEI has launched the WRF Innovation Fellows Program in Clean Energy to help recruit the next generation of innovation leaders in solar energy conversion, energy storage, and grid integration technologies to the University of Washington. Video courtesy of UW Clean Energy Institute
$10 million to help move treatments for damaged hearts into clinical trials
Dr. David Linker of the University of Washington describes the commercialization process, including WRF's role in funding. Video Courtesy of UWTV
University of Washington chairs and professors describe the impact of WRF support of big data
The Washington Nanofabrication Facility at the University of Washington thanks WRF for providing funding