Andrew Trister leads digital health on the Innovative Technology Solutions team. His team focuses on building hardware and software solutions that enable high quality healthcare at the frontline of care delivery in the home and in the community in low resource settings. These products can lead to better care decisions by augmenting public and private frontline health workers with advanced technologies on mobile devices and ultimately improve population health management.
Andrew is a physician scientist passionate about leveraging technology to improve health care for all. He believes the combination of multiscale digital data from patients can impact our understanding, prevention, and treatment of disease. He joined the foundation from Apple where he led clinical research and machine learning efforts in health special projects. Prior to Apple, he was the senior physician at Sage Bionetworks where he focused on incentives for researchers and participants to collaborate on large datasets and translating those findings to clinical settings.
Andrew completed residency in radiation oncology at the University of Washington, earned an M.D., Ph.D. in bioengineering, MSE and BSE in computer science, and a B.A. in biological basis of behavior all from the University of Pennsylvania.
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