Mette Dyhrberg is a digital health innovator. An economist turned diagnostician, she’s the Sherlock Holmes of anamnestic data. She first entered the functional medicine arena in an attempt to tackle her own chronic health issues. In her early twenties, she became severely ill. She went from earning top grades to being unable to read a book, from working as a model to being overweight and heavily medicated. For years, Mette battled a constantly changing and ever expanding array of medical diagnoses. In 2011, she took matters into her own hands, hacked her own health and founded Mymee. In doing so, she created a tool that solved her health problems and soon began helping others do the same. Mymee is a SaaS based health coaching platform that helps identify root causes by detecting non-obvious triggers for symptoms. Mette is an accomplished speaker, having presented at international medical conferences such as Doctors 2.0 & You and Stanford Medicine X. She will be publishing her first book, Measure What Matters, this spring.