I am a PhD candidate in the Human-Centered Computing program at Georgia Tech. I am co-advised by Dr. Lauren Wilcox and Dr. Rosa Arriaga, and I am part of the Health Experience and Applications Lab (aka Hx Lab).
My research focuses on designing collaborative health information technologies that scaffold patients' gradual participation in care. In my research, I apply quantitative and qualitative methods in various settings that span field interviews, patient portal analytics, surveys, diary studies, prototype design and deployment, and participatory design. With oncology, hematology, and rheumatology clinical collaborators at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, I am investigating how design methods can evolve to better engage adolescents and family caregivers throughout the process of tracking and co-designing rich representations of the patients’ daily illness experiences that have personal relevance to their management of treatment effects. My work is published in leading conference proceedings and journals, including the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (ACM SIGCHI) and the Journal of American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA).
|other||May 3, 2019
||I'm excited to have been chosen as a recipient of the 2019 George Family Foundation Fellowship for my commitment to healthcare and demonstration of leadership!|
|travel||May 2 - 10, 2019
||CHI 2019 in Glasgow, UK.|
|paper||Nov 25, 2018
||My dissertation work was recognized and accepted for presentation at the CHI 2019 Doctoral Consortium (16% accept rate).|
|paper||Sep 21, 2018
||Our work on public attitudes on adolescent portal privacy was accepted at JAMIA.|
|other||Sep 4, 2018
||Seattle Children's Hospital changed it's policy on adolescent portal access (effective Sep 12, 2018) based on our recent JAMIA publication.|
|other||Jul 11, 2018
||I gave my first invited talk at NSF REU Civic Data Science Seminar Series.|