LATEST NEWS

October 12, 2021

  • Prof. Jo Woon Chong received UG3 grant (Investigator) from NIH on "Speech Intervention via Telepractice for Children with Repaired Cleft Palate : Randomized Controlled Trial and Assessment of Speech Production and Perception Skills". This project is a collaboration between Texas Tech University (Jung, Ortega, Chong) and Texas Tech University Health Science Center (Lee), October, 2021.

August 1, 2020

  • Prof. Jo Woon Chong received an NSF grant (Investigator) on "Multiple Eye Disease Detection Using a Smartphone". This project is a collaboration between Texas Tech University (Chong) and iNoon, LLC (Kim), August, 2020.

LAB AWARDS & NEWS


  • Prof. Jo Woon Chong actively serve as a reviewer of journal papers including Digital Medicine (Nature Partner Journals Series), IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics, and Sensors in 2022.

  • Prof. Jo Woon Chong received UG3 grant (Investigator) from NIH on "Speech Intervention via Telepractice for Children with Repaired Cleft Palate : Randomized Controlled Trial and Assessment of Speech Production and Perception Skills". This project is a collaboration between Texas Tech University (Jung, Ortega, Chong) and Texas Tech University Health Science Center (Lee), October, 2021.

  • Prof. Jo Woon Chong received an NSF grant (Investigator) on "Multiple Eye Disease Detection Using a Smartphone". This project is a collaboration between Texas Tech University (Chong) and iNoon, LLC (Kim), August, 2020.

  • Featured Article of the Issue – “Accident detection system for bicycle riders” at the IEEE Sensors Journal, September, 2020 [Link].

  • Prof. Jo Woon Chong received an NSF grant on "Remote COVID-19 Diagnosis Using a Smart Device", August, 2020.

  • Prof. Jo Woon Chong received an NSF grant on "The Smartphone-Based Interactive Fit Detection Mirror", March, 2020.

  • Prof. Jo Woon Chong received an NSF grant on "A novel diagnostic method of detecting eye diseases using a smartphone", April, 2018.

  • Prof. Jo Woon Chong received an NIH grant on "Arrhythmia Detection Using a Smart Phone", August, 2017.