Buenaventura IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology

Vivonetics: Progressing Clinical Research with Wearable Technology

Wednesday, April 25, 2018 7 PM
CLU Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center, 130 Overton Court, rooms 253/254 (second floor)

Wearable sensors have become ubiquitous in the world of fitness tracking and quantified self, but data from these devices is limited to basic analysis. Vivonoetics, with our software platform VivoSense, enables continuous data to be analyzed with accuracy and repeatability. VivoSense is a sensor agnostic software that combines multiple sensor data onto one analysis platform. Sensor data can be synced together, making data collection possibilities for academic and clinical research boundless. This presentation will give an overview of the VivoSense software, how it meets the needs of a universal physiological data analysis program and its built in alogrithms that provide quality physiological end points for research.

Alexa Williamson

Alexa Williamson, B.S. in Biomedical Engineering and Physiology, is a Data Analyst at Vivonoetics. She has over five years of research experience over three physiology-based laboratories within optical engineering, pharmacology and genetic research fields. She is trained in data analysis in respiratory inductance plethysmography and heart rate variability, and performs analysis for clinical trials research. She is passionate about the bridge between diagnostic technology and health care, and how the quality of these systems can improve to generate more predictable physiological metrics.


Meeting Site: California Lutheran University Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center,
Second Floor, rooms 253/254, 130 Overton Court, Thousand Oaks, CA.
Meetings are free, and open to the public
Dinner: Available at 6 p.m. for $12 payable at the door, no RSVP needed.
Parking: Parking is free outside of the Gilbert Sports Center
Contact: Steve Johnson, sfjohnso@ieee.org
Our Sponsors: California Lutheran UniversityIEEE EMB SocietyThe Alfred E. Mann Institute for Biomedical Engineering at the University of Southern CaliforniaIEEE Buenaventura SectionAmgen FoundationAmeriprise Financial Services, Inc., D. F. Rick Speidel, Financial AdvisorMicroJoining SolutionsWabash Power