Dr Jacqueline MAIR
Mobile Health Interventions
Dr Jacqueline Mair is a Senior Scientist in the Mobile Health Interventions module in the Future Health Technologies (FHT) programme at the Singapore-ETH Centre (SEC). As part of a collaborative effort by the FHT programme and the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, National University of Singapore, Jacqueline will develop a smartphone-based and chatbot-delivered MobileCoach intervention for individuals at risk of developing type-2 diabetes.
Jacqueline holds a PhD in Exercise Physiology from University College Dublin, Ireland, and a BSc (Hons) in Sport and Exercise Science from the University of Strathclyde, Scotland.
Before joining FHT, Jacqueline was a Senior Lecturer in Physical Activity and Health at the University of the West of Scotland. Jacqueline’s research expertise is in digital health behaviour change interventions. She is interested in the role mobile technologies can play in both monitoring and promoting healthy behaviours, with a particular focus on physical activity and exercise.
Jacqueline’s work applies to a variety of populations across different ages, including both healthy and clinical groups, with the common theme of physical activity measurement and health behaviour change. Jacqueline is part of the physical activity team at Elena+, a pandemic lifestyle care intervention for Covid-19.