Bridging Clinical and Engineering Expertise in Electronic Health


Bridging Clinical and Engineering Expertise in Electronic Health: A Focus on Health Behavior Change and Cancer

The Center for Future Technologies in Cancer Care (CFTCC) and Boston University’s Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Office (BU IBRO) are co-hosting Bridging Clinical and Engineering Expertise In Electronic Health: A focus on health behavior change and cancer.

The half-day conference will focus on the development, understanding, and application of e-health and m-health within the fields of public heath and cancer care. The featured speakers will discuss their experience with electronic health in these fields. Attendees will be provided with a general understanding of emerging directions focused on areas for collaboration across these fields.

The event will offer CME credits and will be livestreamed. Individuals must be present to receive credit.


Committee Members

Catherine Klapperich PhD
Director, Center for Future Technologies in Cancer Care

Katya Ravid PhD
Director, BU Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Office

Andrei Lapets PhD
Director, Research Development, Hariri Institute for Computing

Belinda Borrelli PhD
Professor, Health Policy and Health Services Research, BU Henry M Goldman School of Dental Medicine, Director, Behavioral Science Research

Lisa Quintiliani PhD
Assistant Professor, BU General Internal Medicine


Colloquium Room, Room 906
Boston University Photonics Center
8 St. Mary’s Street, Boston, MA 02215