My research is in the fields of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), Personal Health Informatics, and Digital Health Equity. I’m a postdoctoral fellow at the Center of Research in Computation and Society, Harvard University. I work with Krzsystof Gajos at Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

Broadly, the goal of my research is to investigate how to design technologies that help address health disparities. I examine how health technologies can catalyze social interactions that help people to manage their health and wellbeing as collective efforts. In my research, I have been conducting the entire human-centered design process by designing, building, and evaluating novel health technologies in collaboration with local community partners.

I completed my Ph.D. in Computer Science from Northeastern University, where I worked with Andrea G. Parker at the Wellness Technology Lab (now at Georgia Tech). I received a Fulbright scholarship for my Computer Science Master’s program in 2012-2014.

Selected Publications

A complete list of publications can be viewed here. Note that in computer and information sciences, conferences are top-tier publishing venues, with selectivity and impact often exceeding that of journals. See: