09/15/2014: mHealth technology will be used in a fall prevention study

Smartphone application developed in the mHealth Laboratory will be used by the nurse practitioners to record each patient's development with motor coordination throughout a fall prevention study conducted by UAH College of Nursing and a non-profit Center for Aging. More information at


09/15/2014: Dr. Jovanov at CRA/NIH Workshop

Dr. Emil Jovanov participated at Trans-NIH/Interagency Workshop on the Use and Development of Assistive Technology for the Aging Population and People with Chronic Disabilities in Bethesda, MD, on September 10-11, 2014.


09/02/2014: Dr. Jovanov gave a talk at Philips Research NA

 Dr. Emil Jovanov gave an invited talk titled "Can Ambient Intelligence and Wearable Monitoring Facilitate Aging in Place?" at Philips Research, Briarcliff, NY, on September 2, 2014.


01/15/2014, Mladen Milosevic to join Philips Research North America

Dr. Mladen Milosevic will join Philips Research North America, Briarclif, New York, starting from 01/20/2014. Please join us in congratulating Mladen. Congratulations Mladen!

Mladen has played an instrumental role in setting up the mHealth Laboratory. We are very proud of all Mladen's achievements while at UAHuntsville, and we wish him all the best in his future endeavors. Mladen, you will be missed.



mHealth group featured in UAH research news:

05/06/2013 - 05/09/2013

Mladen Milosevic and Aleksandar Milenkovic traveled to Boston, MA  to present mWheelness and sTUG papers at BSN 2013.





UAH team visited the National Center for Health, Physical Activity and Disability in Birmingham, AL, research collaborative between UAB and
Lakeshore Foundation, ( to present our most recent health monitoring applications. 


Mladen Milosevic successfully defended his dissertation "Energy-Efficient Distributed Wearable Physiological Monitoring: Framework and Implementations".
Congratulations Mladen!



 Samjith Majeeth successfully defended his thesis "A Smartphone-based wearable system for monitoring of Parkinson's patients".

Congratulations Samjith!