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Dr. Carissa Low, University of Pittsburgh, to discuss “Smartphone and Wearable Sensing in Clinical Cancer Research” on March 12 at 9 am

Please join us on March 12th at 9:oo am as the The Center for Behavioral Health & Technology's Seminar Series hosts Carissa Low, PhD, Assistant Professor, Division of Hematology/Oncology, University of Pittsburgh for…

About student research assistant positions

Welcome! We appreciate your interest in our Center for Behavioral Health and Technology (CBHT). While we are not currently accepting students for the Spring 2021 semester, we will likely have…

Dr. Brian Suffoletto, Stanford University, to discuss “Text-message Micro-Interventions to Reduce Binge Drinking in Young Adults”

On 2/5/2021, Brian Suffoletto, MD, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Stanford University discussed his work on “Text-message Micro-Interventions to Reduce Binge Drinking in Young Adults”.  

Jill Glazer’s abstract selected as BOTH a Meritorious Abstract AND a Citation Abstract by SBM

The Society for Behavioral Medicine (SBM) selected Jill Glazer’s abstract, “Detecting fraudulent applications to an Internet-based intervention research trial” as BOTH a Meritorious Abstract (selected by Program Committee as an excellent student-authored…

Dr. Kelly Shaffer offers helpful advice for those who support cancer patients on Mass Appeal

(Mass Appeal) – Being a cancer caregiver involves not only physical support but often emotional support too. It’s important to add self-care into your routine to make sure you can…

Dr. Lorien Abroms, Professor, Department of Prevention and Community Health and Associate Dean for PhD/MS Studies at the Milken Institute School of Public Health, George Washington University

On 12/11/2020, Dr. Lorien Abroms, professor in the Department of Prevention and Community Health and the Associate Dean for PhD/MS Studies at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at…

Dr. Wen You, Associate Professor, Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Virginia.

On November 13, 2020, Dr. You spoke about conducting applied health economics and health policy design and evaluation work.

How to Stop Sacrificing Sleep and Get the Rest You Need

By Steve Calechman Many of us have a push-pull relationship with slumber. We like feeling rested—we just don’t always like going to bed. Nighttime is when the kids are asleep…

Better Sleep for Supporters with Insomnia (BeSSI)

We are recruiting for our most recent study, the Better Sleep for Supporters with Insomnia (BeSSI) trial. We’re seeking people who are having trouble sleeping while supporting a family member…

Hope for 500,000 insomniacs in Norway

Digital sleep therapy could offer help to people with sleep problems and enable many of them to reduce their sleep medication after treatment.  Read more...