Director Digital Medicine
Dr. Steinhubl is the Director of Digital Medicine at Scripps Research’s Translational Institute and a Cardiologist for the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium. He received his undergraduate training in chemical engineering at Purdue University, medical degree at St. Louis University and cardiology training at the Cleveland Clinic.
At Scripps he leads a research team in the design, development and management of clinical programs built specifically around the novel capabilities of a wide range of digital technologies, including wearable sensors, personalized communications, machine learning and big data analytics. Much of this work focuses on pragmatic comparative efficacy trials to identify the impact of real-world implementation. In addition, his team is currently leading the direct volunteer, technology and digital engagement components of the All of Us Precision Medicine Research Program that will include at least one million individuals across the nation.
Dr. Steinhubl has been active in clinical research for almost 20 years. He has been the Principal Investigator of dozens of national and international trials and is the Editor-in-Chief of Nature Partner Journal - Digital Medicine.