Smart Health Institute is  established in 2016 to  develop research programs with applications to a wide range of fields including health, medical innovation and devices, disease diagnostics, and wireless communication. To accomplish this goal, the Smart Health Institute builds  on a multi-college and interdisciplinary team of researchers to focus on developing next-generation health sensor technologies ranging from portable, wearable and minimally intrusive sensors that can provide real-time health monitoring and integration into rehabilitation assessment, intervention and long-term follow-up of patients; to compact, label-free biomedical sensors with sensitivities down to single molecules, or even nanoparticles. The Smart Health Institute develops core technology for smart healthcare that is one of the key challenges in the medical community.