Using technology to improve our habits and our lives
Using my background in physical science, computing, chemistry, physics, engineering, and public health, I study interventions to help individuals achieve their behavioral and environmental goals for better health and well being.
I work at the Intersection of Technology, Health, and the Environmental and Behavioral Sciences.
I embed Principles of Physical Science and the Science of Behavior into Health Interventions and Educational Applications
The tools of my trade are Data Science, Sensors, Smart Homes, Environmental Engineering, Modeling and Simulation, Analytics, Visualization, Network Analysis, Web Applications, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence
I have published seminal studies on secondhand smoke exposure in everyday locations -- and used this knowledge to develop the first real-time and simulation-based interventions to reduce smoke exposure in homes and vehicles.