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Steven Schwartz

Chief Science Officer
Greater Detroit Area
Dr. Schwartz is currently the Chief Scientist for IndividuAllytics (the N of 1 evaluation leaders) and SocialWellth (the digital health curation and experience company) and was most recently on the faculty in the Department of Social Sciences and Psychology at the University of the Virgin Islands. He is actively engaged in a variety of initiatives in the digital health and data analytics market spaces and has been for over a decade. As part of the Behavioral Science Team that architected and evaluated the suite of HealthMedia digital health coaching products prior to, during, and after the company’s acquisition by Johnson and Johnson in 2008, Dr. Schwartz has been part of the digital innovation curve in healthcare for many years.
Dr. Schwartz also previously served as the Corporate Director of Medical Research for Oakwood Healthcare Systems where he directed clinical research activities for Medical Education and developed the organizations initial Clinical Trials Office business plan. Prior the Oakwood, Dr. Schwartz was the Coordinator of Behavioral Medicine Services at the University of Michigan Healthcare System in the Department of Psychiatry. He has authored numerous trade and peer-reviewed papers on a variety of topics in health, healthcare and behavior change. Further he has presented research papers, therapy workshops and seminars at both national and international conferences for 20+ years.
As a Boarded Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Schwartz has significant theoretical and practical expertise in (Cognitive) Behavioral Psychology, Learning Theory, Positive Psychology, Behavioral Economics, Clinical Trials, Program Evaluation, Human-Centered and Instructional Design and Gamification.
Dr. Schwartz earned his doctorate degree from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1995 with specialized training in Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine. He also received a master’s degree in Experimental Psychology from the College of William & Mary in 1985. Past grant activities have included funding by the NIH, Michigan Department of Community Health, and the Ford Foundation.

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