cZ3t04nV_400x400I am a university professor focused on consumer health informatics & digital health from a pharmacy perspective. My professional interests also include medication adherence, participatory medicine, precision medicine, ehealth literacy, and mHealth. I am always searching for ways to improve in the trinity of teaching, research, and service and am currently enamored with cognitive load theory and elements of design in health care.

I have also worked as a consultant since 2000. Highlights of that role include competitive technical intelligence projects for small to mid-sized pharmaceutical companies and a really exciting eHealth project for The-Organization-That-Must-Not-Be-Named. I have also been blessed to work with some incredible people and organizations over the years in an advisory capacity, but am most consistently amazed by the organizers, patients, and participants I see involved with Stanford Medicine X. Distractions include following my favorite teams in football (Titans) and soccer (USMNT & Arsenal).

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