• Collaborative Projects

    The Seid Lab collaborates on many different projects with researchers throughout the medical center. Learn more about our current collaborations.

    Pulmonary Outcomes Research Lab
    A collaborative laboratory in the Division of Pulmonary Medicine dedicated to improving pulmonary healthcare delivery and pulmonary patient health outcomes.

    The Collaborative Chronic Care Network (C3N)
    An innovation lab, where patients, clinicians and researchers work together as co-designers in a learning, social production system for health that aims to transform the system of chronic illness care for IBD

    Improving Adherence and Outcomes in Cystic Fibrosis via the Clinical Encounter
    A study using video observation and a multiple baseline design to evaluate the effects of specific physician behaviors on patients’ cognitions and adherence behaviors.

    Determinants of Health Related Quality of Life in Children with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA)
    A study with the goal of determining the pathways by which medical variables (biological, physiological, clinical, physical function) and non-medical variables (individual, family, environmental characteristics) predict HRQOL in children being actively treated for JIA.

    Flexible Lifestyles Empowering Change (FL3X)
    A pilot and feasibility study of DM-Health, an integrated, evidence-based diabetes self-management intervention that is coherent and user-friendly and takes advantage of state-of-the-art technologies and behavioral strategies.

    RCT of In Vivo Intervention for Youth With Asthma
    A study designed to determine the efficacy of the In Vivo intervention in reducing asthma symptoms in adolescents in a randomized control trial comparing the In Vivo intervention to usual care.