The Institute for Future Health (IFH) is a joint venture between Arizona State University (ASU) and the University of Arizona (UArizona). The Institute will serve as a research hub to integrate the convergence of biomedicine, engineering and computing for innovation in precision health and digital health to optimize disease diagnosis and treatment, enhance wellness and produce more cost-effective outcomes. 

 

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Leadership

George Poste, DVM, PhD, FRS

George Poste, DVM, PhD, FRS

Co-Director, Institute for Future Health
Chief Scientist and Regents Professor
Complex Adaptive Systems (ASU)

Michael D. Dake, MD

Michael D. Dake, MD

Co-Director, Institute for Future Health
Senior Vice President
University of Arizona Health Sciences

Joseph Vockley, PhD

Joseph Vockley, PhD

Deputy Director,
Institute for Future Health
Complex Adaptive Systems (ASU) 

Project Portfolio

Interdisciplinary project teams from both universities together with clinical and corporate partners will develop new sensors, wireless platforms and biometrics for remote monitoring of health status, interactive telemedicine and the application of cognitive computing in patient care to improve diagnosis, monitor treatment adherence, reduce hospital readmissions and maintain wellness. The initial projects will focus on cardio-pulmonary diseases, mental health and infectious disease surveillance, and their dependence on proficient capture, analysis and use of rapidly expanding large-scale data.

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