Research Lab
Our lab team includes 15 students, ranging from undergraduates, graduate students, nursing students, and medical students and residents.

We also teach undergraduate and graduate courses on use of technologies for behavior prediction and change. Courses thus far have focused on case studies in using technology to reduce global poverty and improve health or, for medical students, how to use technologies to remain engaged with patients and physicians in global settings.

We lead events such as hack-a-thons and code-a-thons designed to unite interdisciplinary fields to create usable solutions to global problems in less than 24 hours.