David Lindeman, PhD, is the Director of Health at the Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society (CITRIS), UC Berkeley and Director of the Center for Technology and Aging (CTA). Dr. Lindeman is an advisor to the President’s Council of Advisors for Science & Technology (PCAST) and serves on the Executive Council for AARP California. The CITRIS Health program is a multidisciplinary research collaboratory at UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Merced, and UC Santa Cruz that develops information technology solutions using both hardware and software, with an emphasis on mHealth, sensors, telehealth, data analytics, and precision medicine. Dr. Lindeman has worked in the field of aging and long-term care for over 30 years as a health services researcher and administrator, focusing on health care technology, chronic disease and healthy aging. His research focuses on long-term care services and policy, brain health and dementia, community-based and residential services, long-term care work force, and family caregiving. Dr. Lindeman’s current research focus is on the incubation, start-up, and scaling of transformative technology-enabled interventions that tackle critical health care challenges in improving access and quality of care while reducing costs. These technology-enabled solutions cover a continuum of health care and aging issues, ranging from wellness to complex chronic conditions. Dr. Lindeman previously served as the founding Director of the Mather LifeWays Institute on Aging; Associate Professor of Health Policy at the Rush Institute for Healthy Aging, Rush University Medical Center; and Co-Director of the UC Davis Alzheimer’s Disease Center.  Dr. Lindeman serves as an advisor to foundations, government agencies, businesses, and venture firms.