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Since the platform’s launch in 2020, we have become the trusted solution for 9 research teams at the forefront of precision and personalized medicine across continents.

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Discover how research studies utilize MyPHD

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Personalized Baseline Study

Stanford University

Understand why symptom flares of Long COVID, ME/CFS, or PTLDS occur, the differences between and within individuals, and how to predict and prevent symptom flares using wearable devices.

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Crohn’s Exposome Study

Stanford University

Investigate the role of human exposome in Crohn’s disease using wearable sensors and multiomics profiling.

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CHOP/UPenn Transplant Wearables
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CHOP/UPenn Transplant Wearables

University of Pennsylvania
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Stanford University

Investigate the utility of early detection of SARS-CoV-2 and other infections in pediatric and adult transplant recipients and their family members, using clinical-grade wearable biosensors.

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Count Study
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COUNT: The Precision Autism Project (Phase 1)

Stanford University
Advance the understanding of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) symptoms, comorbidities, and the biology of ASD.
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CGM 2.0 Study

Stanford University

This study examines how intermittent fasting can affect blood sugar in people with pre-diabetes and diabetes.

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COVID-19 Wearable Study

Stanford University

The study detects physiological changes in real-time that could indicate COVID-19 infections.

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Fiber/Cognition Study

Stanford University

Study the relationship between diet, specifically fiber intake, and cognitive function over time to learn about lifestyle ways to prevent Alzheimer’s Disease.

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HIIT vs. Endurance Training Study

Stanford University

This 12-week exercise research study investigates the molecular changes that occur in your body after two types of exercise: high intensity interval training (HIIT) or endurance training.

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Integrative Personal Omics Profiling (iPOP)/ Fiber, Microbiome, and Health Study

Stanford University

Learn more about health at an individual level, and how it changes over time through monitoring different collections of biological data from your samples, such as genome from DNA, the metabolome from metabolites in blood and urine, and the microbiome from gut bacteria.

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Lasting Change study

Stanford University

This study aims to understand the mediators of professional fulfillment, resilience, and mental wellness, and look for bio-signature in the human body.

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Nature-N-Health

Stanford University

his study aims to better understand the connection between nature-based interventions (NBIs) and physiological parameters.

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UPenn Transplant Wearables

University of Pennsylvania
Stanford University

Investigate early detection of SARS-CoV-2 and other infections, using wearable devices in adult transplant recipients and their household members.

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Package 3

Personalized Baseline Study

Stanford University

Evaluates the wearable biosensors capability to monitor and detect a broad range of physical and mental health conditions and lifestyle factors in real time that are personalized to each person’s goals and/or conditions.

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Package 4

Stress and Resilience Study

University of California, Los Angeles
University of California, San Francisco
Stanford University
Office of the California Surgeon General

Understand how childhood experiences and current stress affect people’s physical and mental health, and what can be done to increase resilience.

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The Impact of Personalized Wildfire Smoke Exposure on Cardiovascular Health

Texas A&M University

This study investigates the person-level impact of wildfire smoke on the heart and the role of adaptive behavior.

Package 3

COVID-19 Wearable Study

Stanford University

The study detects physiological changes in real-time that could indicate COVID-19 infections.

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CHOP/UPenn Transplant Wearables
Package 2

CHOP/UPenn Transplant Wearables

University of Pennsylvania
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Stanford University

Investigate the utility of early detection of SARS-CoV-2 and other infections in pediatric and adult transplant recipients and their family members, using clinical-grade wearable biosensors.

Learn More ➝
Package 3

Personalized Baseline Study

Stanford University

Evaluates the wearable biosensors capability to monitor and detect a broad range of physical and mental health conditions and lifestyle factors in real time that are personalized to each person’s goals and/or conditions.

Learn More ➝
Package 1

UPenn Transplant Wearables

University of Pennsylvania
Stanford University

Investigate early detection of SARS-CoV-2 and other infections, using wearable devices in adult transplant recipients and their household members.

Learn More ➝
Package 1

Personalized Baseline Study

Stanford University

Understand why symptom flares of Long COVID, ME/CFS, or PTLDS occur, the differences between and within individuals, and how to predict and prevent symptom flares using wearable devices.

Learn More ➝
Package 4

Crohn’s Exposome Study