Initiated in 2019, this consortium conducts studies on using health information technology, telehealth, mobile health and wearable devices to generate healthcare data that improves outcomes. We strive to lead VCU research on self-management and long-term supports and services for individuals with neurotrauma-related disabilities and multiple chronic conditions.
This new initiative is currently seeking startup funds to support preliminary research and obtain larger grants.
Agyemang awarded grant to explore the relationship between sleep and cognition
Amma Agyemang, Ph.D., has received an award from the VCU C. Kenneth and Dianne Wright Center for Clinical and Translation Research. Agyemang’s research is aimed at characterizing sleep disruptions and measuring the relationship between sleep and cognitive functioning in individuals with mild traumatic brain injuries.