Sharon Wulfovich is the Digital Health Fellow at the 8-Lab. She graduated from Stanford University in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in Human Biology and is currently applying to medical school. Currently, Sharon is involved in many projects including the creation of the first telemedicine class at Stanford University entitled “Close Encounters, Distance Learning by Telemedicine” and a course at Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences entitled “Innovation, Digital Health Technologies and Entrepreneurship”. Sharon is also a co-investigator in a study evaluating the feasibility and scaling of prompt access to care in rural Mexico via digital health, telemedicine and drones. She is also the co-author of a chapter on drones in healthcare in the book Digital Health, Scaling Healthcare to the World. Additionally, she is currently leading other 8-Lab research studies including a study on the effect of activity trackers and smart scales in Bariatric Surgery. Sharon aims to improve access to health care for underserved communities all over the world through the use of technology.