Dr. Suffoletto is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at Stanford University who has been designing and testing digital behavioral interventions for the past 10 years. After clinical training in Emergency Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh, he completed a Master's of Science with a focus on Clinical Research. His main focus of programatic research is designing digital interventions to prevent hazardous alcohol consumption in young adults. In 2014, he was awarded an NIAAA Career Development Award (K23) to develop skills and knowledge on addiction treatment and behavioral interventions. He is currently the co-PI of an NIAAA R01 award to test mechanisms of change for an effective text-message intervention to reduce alcohol consumption in young adults and was the PI on a CTSI T1/T2 Pilot Grant to explore the use of smartphone sensor data to detect drinking events. Dr. Suffoletto has published 99 peer-review scientific papers, including 19 first-or senior authored papers in the past 2 years. Current work includes using smartphone sensors and machine and deep learning methods to detect and predict behaviors.
- Emergency Medicine
Clinical Instructor, Emergency Medicine
Residency: University of Pittsburgh Emergency Medicine Residency (2006) PA
Medical Education: Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine (2003) IL