Carrie Thompson, M.D., receives Mayo Clinic Noaber Foundation research grant

Carrie Thompson, M.D. (I ’04, HEMO ’07), Division of Hematology, Department of Medicine at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, received a Noaber Foundation grant from the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation and Center for Connected Care.

The award is given to Mayo Clinic physicians, researchers and Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science faculty for research in connected care delivery models.

Dr. Thompson leads a team whose project is “Remote Monitoring of Chemotherapy Toxicities using Apple Mobile Technology.” Using mobile technology, the team will collect data as patient-reported outcomes and determine a clinical workflow for reporting and responding to issues. The team will conduct a proof-of-concept study to assess the impact of real-time reporting on patient outcomes.

Dr. Thompson is an assistant professor of medicine in the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science.

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