Case Western Reserve University is offering a two day graduate course in Digital Mobile Health at their San Diego school of engineering. This short course is adapted from Case’s Wireless Health and Wearables Master’s and Graduate Certificate program and features lectures on sensors, wearables and wireless health.
The course will be taught by Mehran Mehregany, director of the Case School of Engineering San Diego and Enrique Saldivar, director of wireless health and adjunct professor of biomedical engineering at Case Western. The course is suitable for business, technology, health and wellness, intellectual property, regulatory, policy, and venture investment professionals.
According to an article via Cleveland.com, the San Diego programs are Mehregany’s attempt to bring visibility to Case Western’s “strength and capabilities of leading-edge research.” The satellite university offers what Mehregany referred to in 2012 as the first graduate programs specifically designed for wireless health.
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