Holly B. Jimison is a Professor in both the College of Computer & Information Science and Bouvé College of Health Science at Northeastern University. As the Director of the Consortium on Technology for Proactive Care at Northeastern University, she leads a multidisciplinary, multi-institutional effort to facilitate research in the area of home monitoring of health behaviors, including helping researchers address the challenges of Big Data related to large amounts of complex and noisy streaming data from multiple sources used to infer clinically relevant health behaviors. She received her PhD in Medical Informatics from Stanford University with dissertation work on a knowledge representation for medical decision making and automated tailored feedback for patients. Previous to joining Northeastern, Dr. Jimison was on the Medical Informatics faculty at Oregon Health & Science University with research projects in the area of consumer health informatics and also served as technology advisor to NIH’s Office of Behavioral and Social Science Research. She served on the Executive Board of the Oregon Center for Aging & Technology and was past president of Oregon’s Health Information Management Systems Society Chapter. Dr. Jimison is a Fellow of the American College of Medical Informatics.