CovIdentify iOS App Development

  • Awarding Agency: Duke University
  • Amount: Estimated project cost: $28,000 (range: $24,000 – $32,000)
  • Grant Dates: April 1, 2020– May 8, 2020
  • The CovIdentify iOS app project aims to develop an application for the CovIdentify research initiative, which promotes early detection of COVID-19 infections using wearable device data. The app will collect health data and survey responses from study participants who own an iOS device. The project’s objectives include data collection, transmission, storage, and providing tools for researchers to analyze and report on the study data. The initial phase will support up to 10,000 simultaneous study participants.
  • Organizers: Geoffrey Ginsburg (School of Medicine), Christopher Woods (School of Medicine), Jessilyn Dunn (Biomedical Engineering), Ryan Shaw (School of Nursing), and Tracy Futhey (Office of Information Technology)