The Lab provides an infrastructure for clinical innovation in both research and development of products and care delivery processes.
Our faculty, staff, students and partners are engaged in research funded by the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, and Industry-sponsored projects, among others.
Examples of Current Projects:
TRINA – The Telerobotic Nursing Intelligent Nursing Assistant
The Duke University Pratt School of Engineering and School of Nursing faculty and students are collaborating to create remote-controlled robots for care delivery.
Visualizing Real-Time Data from Mobile Health Technologies
The Health Innovation Lab serves as a place to discover how to collect data from sensors in the environment.
Researchers are discovering how to collect real-time environmental data from a patient’s hospital room and combine it with genomic and clinical data.