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In the Nursing Engineering Lab, we are focusing on the development of Personalized healthcare and Health Management Strategy/ System Based on Wearable technology from both Nursing and Engineering perspectives.​

  • Biometric device (ECG, EMG, EDA, etc.).

  • Comfortable wearing device and sensor.

  • Analytic Signal processing.

  • Mobile Application (Apps) for healthcare.

  • Personalized healthcare strategy based on individual medical history.

  • Health promotion program and system development for management and treatment of diseases and symptoms.

  • Home and sports healthcare system for supporting continuous self-management at home and outside based on sensor network.

NE lab is currently looking for enthusiastic, hard-working graduate students and undergraduate students to work with us.

In particular, candidates with a background in wearable biometric embedded systems, bio-signal processing, as well as software development for healthcare systems are encouraged to apply. Experience working in or studying healthcare management systems is a plus! Graduate research assistantships and other sponsorships will be provided. You can refer to the Graduate School Admission Office for general requirements

Contact Dr. Noh with your recent CV, as a short cover letter describing your research experience and interests.​

Professor Noh has been awarded a NIH/NHLBI R01 grant to fund the research project, "In-home wearable system to detect early-stage decompensation in heart failure patients." Congratulations to the multidisciplinary team from UMass Amherst, UConn, and UMass Chan Medical School.

August 4, 2022

Professor Noh has been awarded a pilot study of the Center for Smart of Technologies to Assess Real World Outcomes (C-STAR).

August 20, 2021

Master thesis of Uchechukwu David has been passed and he will work for Apple Inc. after his graduation. Congratulations!

August 12, 2021 

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