Social Science Research Associate
Mary Rosenberger, PhD is a Engineering and Social Science Research Associate at the Stanford Center on Longevity. Her work is centered around a 24-hour model of physical activity, sedentary behavior, and sleep for measurement and behavior change applications. Training in mechanical engineering, exercise science, disease prevention and psychology bring an interdisciplinary perspective to the use of wearable devices and mobile health for research and medicine. Before joining the Stanford Center on Longevity in 2015, she held postdoctoral fellowships at Stanford University in Psychology and Medicine. Her dissertation research was based on the Wocket Project, an early activity monitoring system developed at MIT. She has also worked as an engineer at Lockheed Martin, a consultant a PricewaterhouseCoopers, and a researcher for the US Army Research Institute for Environmental Medicine.