I am Co-Director of the Patient-Reported Outcomes, Value & Experience (PROVE) Center at the Brigham and Women's Hospital and member of the faculty at Harvard Medical School. 

I was previously Director of Health Assessment and Innovation at the University of Cambridge Psychometrics CentreNational Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Career Development Fellow based at The Healthcare Improvement Studies (THIS) Institute
and College Research Associate at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.

My work focuses on both assessing the impact of interventions which seek to improve processes and outcomes of care using patient-reported assessment measures and more fundamental research to develop new assessment methods and modalities to enhance patient care. The
 latter involves the application of computer adaptive testing, tailored feedback, and machine learning algorithms to improve the accuracy, feasibility, and effectiveness of patient-reported assessments to improve clinical research and care. 

At The Psychometrics Centre, I managed projects and training courses related to modern psychometrics, big data, machine learning, and data visualisation.  I assist with the development of Concerto as a tool to create and deploy patient-reported assessments across health services worldwide.