Heather Cole-Lewis, PhD, MPH is a Behavioral Epidemiologist with training in Biomedical Informatics. She works at the intersection of health behavior change and data science to build digital and non-digital behavior change interventions that amplify health and wellbeing outcomes. She is an expert in the design and evaluation of digital health interventions, with a specific focus on maximizing impact using rapid iteration and unique combinations of methodologies from social science, human computer interaction, and data science. Heather is currently a Director of Behavior Science at Johnson & Johnson.
Heather’s research and professional experiences span multiple disease states in both domestic and international settings. She believes the combination of behavior science, data science, and technology provide an ideal opportunity to expand the reach of evidence-based health strategies to support vulnerable and underserved populations.
Heather earned her PhD in Chronic Disease Epidemiology from Yale University, her MPH in Behavioral Science and Health Education from Emory University, and her MA in Biomedical Informatics from Columbia University.