Assistant Professor, Biomedical and Health Information Sciences
1919 W. Taylor St., 205 AHSB
Dr. Kitsiou’s research, service, and teaching experiences are in the areas of telehealth/telemonitoring, mobile health informatics, health technology assessment, and research synthesis methods with a focus on systematic reviews and meta-analyses of eHealth and mHealth interventions. Dr. Kitsiou’s mHealth lab studies the application, use, and effectiveness of mobile health interventions, including the use of wearable sensor devices and mobile apps for self-management of cardiovascular disease and other chronic conditions such as diabetes, COPD, and asthma. Dr. Kitsiou is an Associate Editor in the prestigious series of JMIR Journals, which include among others the Journal of Medical Internet Research and JMIR mHealth and uHealth.
College of Applied Health Sciences, We Walk: A pilot technology intervention to promote physical activity for adults with intellectual disabilities and their family caregivers, Co-investigator
“Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses of Home Telemonitoring Interventions for Patients with Chronic Diseases: A Critical Assessment of their Methodological Quality”, Journal of Medical Internet Research
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Canada Research Chair in Information Technology in Health Care, HEC Montreal, 2012-2014
PhD in Health Informatics, University of Macedonia, Greece, 2010
BSc in Computer Science, Felician University, NJ, 2002