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Digital Health in the Age of COVID-19
Presented by eHealth Initiative

COVID-19 is requiring people everywhere to make changes to their lives and routines.
In the midst of these changes, digital health companies find themselves in a unique position to help people stay active, eat nutritious foods, sleep well, and manage stress during these challenging times. They are also partnering with public health and research partners to leverage behavior and biometric data to help detect and prevent the spread of infectious diseases like COVID-19.

Join Fitbit’s Medical Director, John Moore, and Scripps Research Epidemiologist, Jennifer Radin, to learn:

  • How wearables can help keep people healthy in times of change
  • How wearables can help detect the spread of influenza-like illnesses.
  • How Fitbit has partnered up with Scripps Research
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Dr. John Moore
Medical Director

John Moore is a physician, engineer, and the Medical Director at Fitbit. He is the former CEO of Twine Health, a Cambridge based company recently acquired by Fitbit. John studied biomedical engineering and then medicine at Boston University. He left the clinical career path, determined to develop solutions to improve healthcare delivery, and earned a PhD from MIT. His research included the intersection of health psychology, learning science, and human-computer interaction, which formed the health behavior change foundation of Twine Health that is now being leveraged at Fitbit. John was recently recognized by Employee Benefits News, as one of the 2019 Digital Innovators: Transforming HR. John finds his fit with various ocean-related activities, including surfing.
Jennifer Radin
Scripps Research

Jennifer Radin is an epidemiologist at Scripps Research, where she conducts research to improve disease prediction and prevention by incorporating digital devices, sensors and platforms. Before joining Scripps, she worked with the Operational Infectious Disease Department at the Naval Health Research Center and the Influenza Division at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Jennifer received her doctoral degree in Epidemiology from the University of California, San Diego and San Diego State University. She also holds a master's of public health, specializing in Epidemiology of Microbial Diseases, from Yale University and a bachelor's degree in Biology from the College of William and Mary.