John Sherry received his PhD in anthropology from the University of Arizona in 1995. After two years at Microsoft, Sherry came
to Intel in late 1996, joining the team that formed the nucleus of Intel Corporationís first dedicated social science research
group, later to be known as People and Practices Research (PaPR). His research interests have included mobile technology
use, work practices and technology, and more recently, the role of technology as a tool for social and economic development.
In 2002, Sherry became manager of PaPR, a position he held for three years. In July of 2005, Sherry assumed the role of director
of social scientific research in the newly formed Digital Health Group.
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