My research interests are in Human-Computer Interaction, with a focus on health, wellbeing, and inclusion.
I investigate how socio-techical systems can be designed to promote understanding, empathy, and wellbeing among people to create an inclusive community.
My current research focuses on designing virtual reality technology, robots, and web applications to foster understanding and empathy toward neurodiverse people such as autism in the workplace, therapy, and school settings.
In the past, I have explored how the designs of socio-technical systems can increase empathy, sense of community, and donations towards people who cannot afford medical expenses.
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