Interdisciplinary Forums

TIKTOC Interdisciplinary Forums were designed to facilitate collaborations between researchers, clinicians, and the disability community.  Topics and speakers varied from month-to-month to inspire and engage conversations among a diverse group of participants.

Forum Archive

2017  

Mobile Health and the Management of Complex and Chronic Conditions: Developing Accessible Cloud-based Technologies to Empower Individuals with Disabilities
Dr. Bambang Parmanto

 

The Maker Movement and Personalized Digital Health Innovations for Diabetes
Dr. Joyce Lee

 

Accelerating Biomedical Innovation and Commercialization to Improve Patient Impact at Michigan Medicine
Connie Chang

 

Brain Injury: Using Social Media Activity as a Naturalistic Measure of Recovery
Dr. Danielle Shapiro

 

Concept to Commercialization: Disrupting Pain Care while Spinning Off from U-M
Eric Maslowski

 

2016

Targeting Sedentary Behavior Reduction in Adults with Cerebral Palsy using a Real-time Behavioral Intervention
Dr. Mark Peterson, Assistant Professor, U-M Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

 

Handling Sporadic Events in Self-Managed Scheduling
Lynn Garett, Ph.D. Student, U-M College of Engineering

 

STEM Access for the Visually Impaired
Brandon Werner, M.A., U-M Knox Center Adaptive Technology Computing Site

 

Empowering Lives Through Technology: Achieving the Match that Matters
Marcia Scherer Ph.D., President, Institute for Matching Person and Technology

 

Studying the Roles of Mastery Motivation and Executive Functions in Self-Management
Seth Warschausky, Ph.D., Professor, University of Michigan Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

 

Medication Management and the Caregiver
Steve Erickson, PHARMD., Associate Professor of Social and Administrative Sciences

 

Customized ankle-foot orthoses: Enhanced user performance through integrated modeling, design and control
Deema Totah, PhD Candidate

 

Challenges to Gathering Prospective Use and Ease of Use Data from Youth with Neurodevelopmental Disabilities
Abigail Johnson, Ph.D.

 

 

2015

Self-Management and Technology

Michelle Meade, Ph.D., Associate Professor, U-M Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, RERC Executive Director

 

Visualization Technologies, Methods, and Pitfalls-Engaging Users and Understanding Your Data
Eric Maslowski, UM3D Lab

 

An App for That: Identifying the Who’s, What’s, Why’s, and How’s to Help People with Disabilities Increase desired Activities
Charles Merbitz, Ph.D.

 

An Insider’s Perspective on the Demands, Structure, and Process of Primary Care
Dr. Michael McKee, Assistant Professor, U-M Family Medicine

 

Just-In-Time Intervention
Susan Murphy, PhD, Professor, U-M College of LSA, Res Prof, Inst for Social Research, & Medical School

 

Transition Planning and Special Education
Mr. David Brewer, guest presenter, Cornell University

 

Care at Home: The Use of Technology to Extend the Hospital to the Home
Dr. Ed Hurvitz & Brian Smith, M.S.

 

Reinforcement Learning for Chronic Disease Management
Satinder Singh, Ph.D., Professor, U-M College of Engineering

 

Medication Management Smartphone Apps
Teresa Salgado, Ph.D. U-M College of Pharmacy

 

The Electronic Medical Record
Andrew L. Rosenberg, M.D., Chief Medical Information Officer for the UM Health System

 

 

2014

Models of Health, Functioning and Disability
Michelle Meade, PhD

 

Transition to Adulthood
Edward Hurvitz, MD, Ned Kirsch, PhD, & Donna Omichinski

 

What is HCI All About
Mark Ackerman, PhD & Mark Newman, PhD

 

Management of Health and Disability for Individuals with Severe Physical Impairment
Mr. Drew Clayborn

 

Adherence
Karen Farris, PhD, Professor & Chair, Department of Clinical Pharmacy, College of Pharmacy

 

Optimization of Interventions for Broadening Participation Among Individuals with Disabilities
Michelle Meade, PhD & Edmund Durfee, PhD

 

Accessibility of Technology for Individuals with Disabilities
Jane Berliss-Vincent, Assistive Technology Manager, Knox Center Adaptive Technology Computer Site, University of Michigan

 

Executive Functioning for Health Management
Dr. Seth Warschausky