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Trevor van Mierlo
CEO, Evolution Health Systems

About Me

While working for an eHealth startup during the late 90’s dot-com boom, Trevor realized that the Internet would transform the delivery of healthcare services. Recognizing this potential, in 2000 he founded Evolution Health and focused on bridging traditional, evidence-based healthcare with Internet and mobile-based tools. Through designing algorithmic platforms that transform behavior-based data into tailored treatment protocols, Trevor has become a respected pioneer in online and mobile health behavior change. As CEO he leads the strategic growth of Evolution Health and plays key roles in business development, technology innovation, and data analysis.

Trevor has an Honors Bachelor’s Degree in History and English from the University of Western Ontario, and a Masters of Science in Community Health (MScCH) with a specialization in Addictions and Mental Health from the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto. In addition, he has an MBA from the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto and a Global Executive Masters of Business Administration (GEMBA) from the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland. He is currently a Research Associate at Henley Business School, University of Reading, and his doctorate focuses on cost modeling and financial analysis of eHealth and mHealth interventions.


At Medicine X 2015

Saturday, September 26 5:30 pm (LK 102)
Shopping malls and digital health networks: Predicting patterns of use
Background: Digital behavior change interventions with social networks are common and have shown much promise in improving health outcomes. For interventions that have existed for several years, data analytics... Read more
Saturday, September 17 5:30 pm (LK 120)
Leveraging econometric theory to detect adherence patterns in digital health social networks
BackgroundDigital behavior change interventions have shown much promise. However, many programs that are successful in experimental conditions suffer from high attrition in the general population. This... Read more
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