Multimedia applications for research and interventions
e-Health Technology supports technology-enabled primary, secondary, and tertiary cancer prevention research through the development and implementation of multi-media intervention and data-capture tools that address research questions in the areas of 1) behavior change, 2) health information, 3) symptoms, and 4) quality-of-life. e-Health Technology-developed products deliver information to and capture data from study participants and are tailored individually, consistent with study design.
The e-Health Technology resource:
- provides the ability to reach a broad range of participants
- serves as a hub for technology-enabled research and draws investigators from across MD Anderson
- fosters collaborations among researchers from diverse disciplines
- develops technology platforms and tools to support 17 active and completed projects, contributing to more than $20 million in research
e-Health Technology, Unit 1330
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
1515 Holcombe Blvd.
P.O. Box 301439
Houston, TX 77230-1439
Physical Location: Cancer Prevention Building, CPB3.3408
Main Line: 713-794-4344