After completing medical school at USC and pediatric residency at CHLA, Dr. Espinoza was appointed Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics in the Division of General Pediatrics at CHLA in August of 2014. Since then, he has pursued his passions for data, technology, health equity, and global health in an environment that is uniquely suited to nurture each of them. Though these may seem like disparate or unrelated topics, they are intertwined as components of Dr. Espinoza’s overarching career goal as a physician, researcher, and advocate: to identify, refine, and innovate approaches to using data and technology to improve health outcomes and narrow the health gap faced by marginalized communities in the US and abroad. Dr. Espinoza’s research can broadly be grouped into four domains: 1) medical device regulation and development, 2) diabetes technology integration and implementation, 3) technology-driven health interventions, and 4) clinical and public health informatics. Each of these domains is infused with principles and applications of health equity and global health, and targets diseases that disproportionately impact marginalized and minoritized communities, like diabetes, asthma, obesity, and sickle cell disease. Dr. Espinoza engages in research activities across the translational spectrum, including hypothesis-driven clinical research, creation of technologies and technical resources, consensus development, and public health and public policy analysis.