Claudia Pagliari is a senior researcher and educator based in the Usher Institute, where she is active across the Centre for Population Health Sciences, the Centre for Medical Informatics, the Edinburgh Global Health Academy and the Institute for Science, Technology and Innovation. Claudia directs the Interdisciplinary Research Group in eHealth. While mainly focused on digital health, her research crosses topics, methods and theories from diverse areas, including health technology assessment, science and technology studies, biomedical ethics, management science, data science and policy studies. For example, her recent empirical studies and expert reviews have looked at mobile apps for contact tracing, participatory disease surveillance and medication advice; empathic robots for mental health support; the use of digital innovations at the end-of-life, big data infrastructures, workforce analytics, online health networking, social media misinformation, and the ethics of data mining from conventional and alternative platfoms. Cross-cutting interests include the ethics and good-governance of digital innovations and programmes, in both lower and higher income countries.