Lisa Gualtieri, PhD, ScM, is an associate professor at Tufts University School of Medicine in the Department of Public Health and Community Medicine. She teaches courses including Digital Health, Design and Evaluation of Digital Health Technologies, and Using Digital Technology to Reach Health Consumers. Dr. Gualtieri's most recent research focuses on increasing medication adherence through developing a better understanding of home prescription medication storage and using contextual cues. Other research focuses on the use of wearable activity trackers with underserved populations; the integration of tracker data into clinical care; and the impact of digital literacy skills on adoption of digital health by older adults. She is the founder of RecycleHealth, a non-profit that collects wearable activity trackers to donate to underserved populations, over 7,000 trackers to date. Dr. Gualtieri serves on the FDA's General Hospital and Personal Use Devices Panel. She has a PhD in computer science from Harvard University, a ScM in computer science from Brown University, and a BA in Mathematics from the University of Massachusetts. She tweets about digital health at @lisagualtieri.