I apply person-centered mixed methods to investigate techniques for detecting and monitoring brain conditions such as cognitive impairment and mental health. My research philosophy places the people I serve at the center, always integrating their perspective with sound research practices and appropriate technology to develop solutions that best serve their health management needs. I am particularly interested in using digital phenotyping that leverages passive markers of language and behavior to unobtrusively assess and monitor symptoms associated with trauma exposure, cancer-related cognitive impairment, behavioral health, and cognitive decline.

Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, drinking coffee, gardening, knitting, and finding joy in little things.

Twitter: @LMVizer