Chris is Chief Medical Officer at HealthReveal and a Board-certified emergency physician with a background in computer science. She earned her S.B., S.M., and Ph.D. from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where her dissertation, “TrendFinder: Automated Detection of Alarmable Trends,” focused on using statistical and machine learning techniques to integrate multiple physiological signals in order to derive more clinically-useful alerts. Chris earned her M.D. from Harvard Medical School and did her clinical training at the Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She worked as an Emergency Department Attending Physician in both academic and community hospitals in the Greater Boston area until 2010 when she became Chief Medical Officer at AFrame Digital, with a focus on real-time personalized trending of physiological signals for chronic care. She later served as Director of Medical Analytics at ACT.md until joining HealthReveal in early 2015. Chris is also a freelance writer and author who has written opinion pieces about her medical training experiences; these have been published in print as well as online. She has authored peer-reviewed scientific articles as well as the first and second editions of the book, Blueprints Clinical Cases in Emergency Medicine. She has presented her predictive modeling research both nationally and internationally, and was featured in a Wall Street Journal article entitled “Inside the Minds of the Perfectionists.” In her spare time, Chris is working on a memoir that gives an inside look at the problems with the medical training system.