Supporting health and happiness through technology
I am an Assistant Professor at Drexel University in the College of Computing and Informatics. My research areas include health informatics, human-centered design, and social computing. I am interested in using emerging everyday technologies to help groups of individuals better manage health together, and how we ensure the technologies we develop with an intention of helping people are risk-sensitive.
I have been PI of NSF and NIH funded projects in improving information quality of online health communities and designing and evaluating acoustic-sensor based awareness system for family health. I serve as Steering Committee for ACM CSCW (2019-), Committee on Human Research at American Psychological Association (2020-2022), Best Paper Nomination Committee for CHI, and program committee for ACM CHI, AMIA, IEEE/ACM CHASE, and EAI Pervasive Health conferences. Here’s my CV (Updated Winter, 2021):