Complete List of Published Work in Google Scholar   

Some Highlights:

  • Doctoral student David Lopez-Veneros presented our research on functional co-clustering of physical activity patterns among sexual and gender minority adults poster at the American Heart Association‘s 2023 symposium. His abstract was featured as part of the “How Essential are Life’s Essential 8? The Influence of Exercise, Nutrition and Sleep on Cardiovascular Health” poster session. He did a great job and garnered a lot of interest at the poster session. Stay tuned for the paper on these analyses. Ipek Ensari AHA CUIMC fitbit data machine learning
  • Our group’s research on dysmenorrhea and cardiovascular disease risk among women, presented by postdoctoral fellow Eugenia Alleva, MD, at the 2023 AHA Scientific Sessions was featured on Healio. Eugenia did a phenomenal job presented, and I just found out it was the top story in cardiology last week. The link to the abstract is available on AHA’s program website.
  • Our co-authored Science piece on AI in healthcare is now available online. In this supplement, the fourth in a series that the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai has developed in partnership with Science/AAAS, we highlight some of the most important work underway to realize the promise of AI at the digital frontier of healthcare. This was my first time collaborating on one of these special supplements, which was a unique experience. I am grateful to everyone who facilitated the partnership and made this possible.
  • A recent study with collaborators from Columbia University on breaking prolonged sedentary time was featured in the news. Being involved in this protocol with Keith and Andrea (the terrific senior and first authors of the manuscript) was a unique experience during my postdoctoral training. So the paper is particularly pleasing to see published.
  • A new article (@datascicolumbia) written by Dr. Karina Alexanyan was published in Data Science Institute News about my current role and research projects.
  • My latest work on exercise behavior and pain symptom patterns in endometriosis has been published in BMJ Open. It is available as open-access (aka. no paywall!).
  • A new feature about Rights CoLab group, who participate in DSI’s Data for Good program, written by Karina Alexanyan, PhD, was recently published.
  • Responsible Investor magazine recently covered (pdf version here) a project conducted by Rights CoLab, one of our Data for Good collaborators.

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