David Lindeman, PhD
Dr. Lindeman has worked in the field of aging and long-term care for over 30 years as a health services researcher and administrator, focusing on health care technology, dementia, community-based and residential services, safety net populations, and long-term care public policy. Currently, he is the Co-Director of the CITRIS Health Care Program and Director of the Center for Aging and Technology (CTA) at the University of California Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society (CITRIS). He also serves as Co-Director of the Center for Innovation and Technology in Public Health at the Public Health Institute. CITRIS and CTA are translational research centers that incubate promising technologies to address chronic disease and functional impairment, as well as develop, evaluate, and scale technology-enabled services and health care delivery best practices for persons with chronic disease and disabilities.
Jill Joseph, MD, PhD, MPH
Jill Joseph has over 3 decades of experience in epidemiology, health care, and health services research. She also brings interdisciplinary and inter-institutional collaborative expertise as a research leader. Currently serving as the Associate Dean for Research at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing, she is leading projects to develop,implement, and evaluate mobile health technologies to improve the experiences of vulnerable groups (cancer patients, rural patients with multiple chronic conditions).She brings clinical experience with residential hospice care in New Zealand.