Selected Peer-Reviewed Research
We work with an extensive network of leading researchers to tackle the toughest issues in respiratory disease
Current Research Interests
Propeller is seeking additional academic and clinical research collaborators for specific research studies. Propeller will support successful applicants with up to $75,000 in Propeller goods and services (sensors, platform access, analytics, support). See below for our current topics of interest
|Demonstrate reductions in asthma-related healthcare utilization and cost||Asthma, COPD||02/01/2016|
|Demonstrate reduction in 30-day readmission rate for COPD patients||COPD||02/01/2016|
|Demonstrate improvements in patient's quality of life and self-efficacy||Asthma, COPD||02/01/2016|
|Demonstrate improvement in clinical workflow and satisfaction for care teams||Asthma, COPD||02/01/2016|
Public Health Research
We work closely with cities to collect data on the asthma burden in their community, which can inform disease surveillance and guide local and national decision-making
AIR Louisville is the largest citizen-science, community asthma program to use Propeller's sensor technology to improve asthma outcomes and inform policy. https://www.airlouisville.com/
Fueled by aggregated data and using predictive spatial modeling techniques, Propeller is developing a National Asthma Risk Map to help people and communities identify and address their asthma burden. Read more.
Sustain: A journal of enviromental and sustainability issues: Download here
We are partnering with cities that have a substantial asthma burden and a commitment to improving asthma in their community. Contact Us.