Lynn E. Fiellin, M.D. is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Yale and at the Yale Child Study Center. She is Founder/Director of the play2PREVENT Lab at Yale and the new Yale Center for Health & Learning Games. She has received funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the NIH, the BEST Foundation/Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, from Yale and from Dartmouth. With a five-year NIH grant, she and her team worked closely with Schell Games to develop and test an interactive mobile videogame, PlayForward: Elm City Stories, for the purpose of risk reduction and HIV prevention in young teens. She is focused on building collaborations between researchers, educators, commercial game developers, and community-based organizations to develop and rigorously testing innovative, effective, and targeted game interventions, tailored for specific populations and with the scientific data behind them to demonstrate that they work.