I lead an interdisciplinary research team of engineers, researchers and clinicians who are developing and evaluating novel mobile health applications to improve the health outcomes of women and children around the world.

As a team, we combine science and engineering to create cutting-edge technology that uses clinical data, automation and smart physical sensors to extract important data features. Then, using predictive models based on large population datasets, we provide accessible decision-making support to ensure safety and quality of health care.

Innovations, such as the Phone Oximeter™ (mobile phone based pulse oximeter) that gives lay healthcare workers the ability to make clinically-informed medical decisions for their patients, is improving care and patient outcomes in low-resource clinics in low and middle income countries around the world.

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