Hagan oversees many mobile health projects developed by the Data Science Institute (and prior to DSI, by Data7 and the Arizona Research Laboratories BioComputing Facility), including Arizona Smoker’s Helpline (ASHLine 2.0), Kidenga Disease Tracking app, ADAPT Study of Occupational Transitions & Behavior, eLEAS electronic psychiatric testing, MiVida Saludable (MiVS) Latina breast cancer survivors project with Columbia University, Aerobic Exercise and Asthma study, and LIvES call center and relationship management VoIP web application with SMS texting capabilities optimized for behavioral research.
Hagan earned a B.S. in Computer Science from UA. He is an excellent liaison between collaborators and Data Science Institute staff & student employees, providing strategic management of timelines and priorities. Hagan has extensive software development experience and is well versed in modern software platforms used in web and mobile application development.