Team & Contact
Are you interested in self-tracking? Do you have questions to ask or knowledge to share? We welcome your questions and contributions. We are here to help.
Martijn De Groot
A medical biologist (MSc) with a background in teaching (MEd) and medical science (PhD), Martijn is a co-founder of the Quantified Self Institute and has served as research director since its launch in 2012.
Jacob Eg Larson
Researcher in human-computer interaction and an associate professor at Technical University of Denmark where he is heading the mobile informatics and personal data lab. Jakob’s research particularly focuses on the Quantified Self phenomenon, and is teaching a master’s level course in personal data interaction
Thomas Blomseth Christiansen
A technologist and entrepreneur, Thomas has built self-tracking technology for making conscious observations of our subjective experience since 2009. He is best known for a unique data set of all his sneezes during a five year period.
Stanford-trained, board-certified medical oncologist with over 20 years experience treating cancer patients, Dr. Lemanne currently holds an appointment as Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Arizona, where she teaches in the flagship integrative medicine fellowship.
A doctoral student at the Health Informatics Centre, department of Learning, Informatics, Management and Ethics at Karolinska Institutet, Sara’s research project is to explore and enhance the use of active self-care in chronic disease, using Parkinson’s disease as an example.
Chair of Advisory Board
Chair of the Advisory Board of the Quantified Self Labs and co-chair of the President’s Circle of the National Academies, Masten is also actively involved in the Science and Entertainment Exchange, bringing together the Hollywood and Science communities to attract more kids to careers in science.
Formerly the chief technology officer of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Susannah helped HHS leadership harness data, technology, and innovation to improve the health of the nation. She currently researches how young people use personal data and social media in their lives.
Dr. Larry Smarr is the founding director of the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2), and holds the Harry E. Gruber professorship in the department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) of UCSD’s Jacobs School of Engineering.
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