Madelaine Faulkner is currently, the Project Director for the Health eHeart Alliance at the University of California San Francisco, in the department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics. She earned Master’s in Public Health in Epidemiology and Community Health Education from University of North Carolina in 2011. She earned a BSc and BA from The Florida State University in Biological Sciences and Spanish language and literature. Her introduction to public health and her interest in cardiovascular disease began when working for AmeriCorps building community health partnerships for refugees. She later continued her work as a Research Scientist at the Center for Youth, Family and Community Partnerships where she led the implementation of various community based participatory research grants. Currently, her work is focused on cultivating patient-centered research processes and leveraging unique mobile technologies in clinical research. She has extensive research experience leveraging technology to design, implement and evaluate health programs, feedback mechanisms, and result dissemination loops. She designs and implements study campaigns, outreach, and community building mechanisms for broad community/patient engagement in mobile health-tech environments.