The University of California-San Francisco will develop a mobile health research platform connecting researchers with one million volunteers, hoping to validate the clinical usefulness of new mHealth technologies.

Under a $9.75 million grant from the National Institutes of Health, the platform—called Health ePeople—will be used to study a broad range of diseases and conditions to evaluate the effectiveness of wearable sensors and health apps.

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