As a clinician scientist, my research has focused on technology-based longitudinal assessment and real-time interventions in mental health, in particular mobile technology applications in serious mental illnesses. I have been fortunate to receive as PI several NIMH and VA grants, each concerned with evaluation of technology enhanced assessments and cognitive and behavioral real-time interventions. I am a co-investigator on several other NIH and foundation-funded projects that deliver multi-component behavioral interventions and incorporate use of technology to assess and modify physical activity, aging-in-place, sleep and outcomes. I am also the Director of Research Education and Training at the Clinical and Translational Research Institute at the University of California, San Diego and I am active in the role of mentoring clinician scientists in multiple training programs. This position has led me to be increasingly involved in inter-disciplinary education programs, and developing team science in collaboration with clinicians, engineers, and bionformaticians, as well as in creating novel training opportunities in entrepreneurship in medical devices. Clinically, I am practicing clinical psychologist in the VA San Diego where I mentor and clinically supervise residents, fellows, graduate students, and interns.