Dr. Francoise A. Marvel is an assistant professor of medicine in the Division of Cardiology and core faculty of the Ciccarone Advanced Lipid Disorders Program at Johns Hopkins, where she specializes in preventive cardiology. Her clinical interests are in preventive cardiology, digital health, precision medicine, and developing transformational health technology and delivery systems that connect health with the human experience in a seamless way. She is the creator and co-founder of Corrie Health, which aims to improve patients’ recovery after a heart attack. She leads a team of physicians, nurses, designers and engineers who collaborate with Apple on the digital health tool and app.
Dr. Marvel is interested in understanding the role of digital biosensors, biomarkers, and software that can generate, gather and share data in cardiovascular disease. Her research explores how digital health can help identify cardiovascular disease earlier, proactively intervene, and personalize that intervention to each patient to drive their empowerment to execute self-management. At Johns Hopkins, Dr. Marvel also co-directs the Ciccarone Digital Health Lab, as well as Education and Scholarships for the Ciccarone Center for Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease.