Session: Bringing Women’s Health to the Forefront of Wearable Tech
Women’s and reproductive health have traditionally been an underserved market within the wearable industry. Through their research in this area, Oura Health, the home of the Oura Ring, is working to change the ratio when it comes to providing everyone with the insights to make the best decisions for their health. Hear from Dr. Neta Gotlieb about how the wearable industry is changing the game by investing in women’s health.
- Women’s and reproductive health is an underserved market that Oura has invested in through research and community engagement
- Wearable technology has a responsibility to support and research health advancements for everyone
- Women’s health is a key focus area for Oura
Dr. Neta Gotlieb is a Lead Research Scientist at ŌURA researching and developing solutions focused on women’s health. Her mission and passion is to solve challenges related to reproductive health and empower ŌURA users to make informed, data-driven decisions. Before joining ŌURA, she worked at a nonprofit organization as their Head of Volunteering Programs, but her passion for scientific discovery inspired her to pursue a career as a research scientist. Gotlieb received her Master’s degree from Tel Aviv University in Biological Psychology where her work focused on how stress impacts immune function. She then earned a PhD from UC Berkeley where she studied Reproductive Endocrinology and the neural regulation of ovulation, pregnancy, and birth. Outside of work, Neta enjoys hiking, biking, and spending time with her family. She lives in the Bay Area with her husband and two children.