IEEE Journal of Translational Engineering in Health and Medicine's unique aim is to publish original work in the intersection of engineering and clinical translation. The journal's focus is interdisciplinary collaborations between researchers, healthcare providers, and industry and aims to publish results and best practices from these translational efforts.
Sunghoon Ivan Lee
S. I. Lee was with the Dept of Phys Med & Rehab, Harvard Medical School, Charlestown MA 02129 USA. He is now with the College of Information and Computer Sciences, Univ of Massachusetts, Amherst MA 01003 USA. Member, IEEE.
JBHI, Featured ArticlesRemote Assessment of Cognitive Impairment Level based on Serious Mobile Game Performance: An Initial Proof of Concept
Hee-Tae Jung, Jean-Francois Daneault, Hyunsuk Lee, Kwangwook Kim, Byeongil Kim, Sungji Park, Taekyeong Ryu, Yangsoo Kim, Sunghoon Ivan Lee
The number of individuals with permanent cognitive disabilities is increasing worldwide due to aging societies. It is important to longitudinally monitor changes in the cognitive functional and impairment levels of these individuals in order to evaluate the effectiveness of the... Read more
Posted on 6 MAY 2019
JTEHM, Articles, Published ArticlesEnabling Stroke Rehabilitation in Home and Community Settings: A Wearable Sensor-Based Approach for Upper-Limb Motor Training
Sunghoon Ivan Lee, Catherine P. Adans-Dester, Matteo Grimaldi, Ariel V. Dowling, Peter C. Horak, Randie M. Black-Schaffer, Paolo Bonato, Joseph T. Gwin
Abstract High-dosage motor practice can significantly contribute to achieving functional recovery after a stroke. Performing rehabilitation exercises at home and using, or attempting to use, the stroke-affected upper limb during Activities of Daily Living (ADL) are effective ways to achieve high-dosage... Read more
Posted on 7 MAY 2018
OJEMB, ArticlesCan mHealth Technology Help Mitigate the Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic?
Catherine P. Adans-Dester, Stacy Bamberg, Francesco Bertacchi, Brian Caulfield, Kara Chappie, Danilo Demarchi, M. Kelley Erb, Juan Estrada, Eric Fabara, Michael Freni, E. Karl Friedl, Roozbeh Ghaffari, Geoffrey Gill, Mark S. Greenberg, Reed W. Hoyt, Emil Jovanov, Christoph Kanzler, Dina Katabi, Meredith Kernan, Colleen Kigin, Sunghoon Ivan Lee, Steffen Leonhardt, Nigel Hamilton Lovell, Jose Mantilla, Thomas H. McCoy, Nell Meosky Luo, Glenn A. Miller, John Moore, Derek O'Keeffe, Jeffrey Palmer, Federico Parisi, Shyamal Patel, Ming Jack Po, Benito L. Pugliese, Thomas Quatieri, Tauhidur Rahman, Nathan Ramasarma, John A. Rogers, Guillermo U. Ruiz-Esparza, Stefano Sapienza, Gregory Schiurring, Lee Schwamm, Hadi Shafiee, Sara Kelly Silacci, Nathaniel M. Sims, Tanya Talkar, William J. Tharion, James A. Toombs, Christopher Uschnig, Gloria Vergara, Paul Wacnik, May D. Wang, James Welch, Lina Williamson, Ross Zafonte, Adrian Zai, Yuan-Ting Zhang, Guillermo J. Tearney, Rushdy Ahmad, David R. Walt, Paolo Bonato
Goal: The aim of the study herein reported was to review mobile health (mHealth) technologies and explore their use to monitor and mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Methods: A Task Force was assembled by recruiting individuals with expertise... Read more
Posted on 17 AUG 2020