In a press release issued by the Qualcomm Institute of the University of California, San Diego, it was announced that Dr. Camille Nebeker, assistant professor of Family Medicine and Public Health, will be leading an effort to investigate whether federal regulations to protect human research participants are responsive to new forms of population health research, particularly studies that incorporate emerging technologies such as passive wearable sensors.

Nebeker’s work is a one-year supplement to a National Institutes of Health funding award issued to the Scripps Translational Science Institute (STSI) at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) in support of the All of Us℠ Research Program.

Read the full press release on the Qualcomm Institute website.