Jared Hawkins is a faculty member in the Boston Children’s Hospital Computational Health Informatics Program (Computational Epidemiology Lab) and the Director of Informatics in the Innovation and Digital Health Accelerator at Boston Children’s Hospital. He received a PhD in Immunology from Tufts Medical School and a MMSc in Biomedical Informatics from Harvard Medical School. Jared works translationally bringing digital health projects from research into implementation and enterprise. Through social media, forums and online communities, wearable technologies and mobile devices, there is a growing body of health-related data that can shape our assessment of human illness. Collectively, this data comprises an individual’s ‘digital phenotype’ - unique, unsolicited and real-time information about a person’s health. Jared’s research focuses on using digital phenotypes for population health surveillance, specifically to identify and analyze specific sub-populations over space and time with the goal of better understanding patient behavior and disease dynamics. Some current research topics include foodborne illness, insomnia, autism, febrile illness, and patient experience.