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