Parker Ruth

  portrait of Parker Ruth in a research lab

I am a Computer Science PhD student at Stanford University supported by a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. My research lies in the intersection of computing, engineering, and medicine. I am fortunate to be advised by James Landay and collaborate with Scott Delp in biomechanics, Emily Fox in statistics, and Todd Coleman in bioengineering.

I earned undergraduate degrees in computer engineering and bioengineering from the University of Washington in Seattle. As a member of the UbiComp Lab advised by Dr. Shwetak Patel, I explored applications of computing tools to improve the quality and accessibility of healthcare, including mobile health, wearables, and population health.

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