Emory Application Owner: Heath Hopkins ( HHOPKI3 )
Emory Application Technical Contact: Heath Hopkins
Application Support Model: Emory app owner
Application Administration Model:Emory app owner
The Pollen Nation app is a tool for users to engage in citizen science through counting pollen in their locality. The user's pollen counts will be collected, and the data generated can be analyzed to determine various implications of pollen on health and the environment. This app is not intended to be as a tool for diagnostics or treatment purposes by the users. Analysis of generated data are for research purposes only.
The Pollen Nation App was developed by Citizen Science HD at Emory University. This app helps you to collect and record data about pollen in your area. By using this app, you are participating in citizen science and creating research quality data that scientists can use to better understand the impact of pollen on health, the environment, and more. To learn more about our program, visit http://citizensciencehd.com and follow citizensciHD on Facebook and Twitter. This project was made possible by funding from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, the National Institutes of Health under Award Number R25GM129213-03. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.
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Internal Review Status: complete
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Upload collateral as it is collected.
Shortly after the approval (version 2.0.32) a test artifact was discovered by the developer that was left in the app and it was removed creating a new version (2.0.33) that is being submitted to the stores. It is not necessary to re-view the app because of this change.
(source "Re: Mobile App Follow Up", email, From Heath Hopkins to Thomas Cervenka, Monday, January 14, 2019 at 8:01 PM)
Approval artifacts can be found here: https://emory.box.com/s/3imaglw7timo5hrnrunpz5q72nx7u0wr
- Completed IP Disclosure.
- Commercial Evaluation Report.
- Legal Counsel Review.
- Marketing and Communications Review.
- Compliance and Regulatory Review.
- IT Security Review.
- Architecture Review.
- App Store Submission Templates: Apple App Store and Google Play.
- Distribution Review Checklist.