Titled “The Sociality of Personal Health Informatics,” I discussed how health technologies can leverage positive social influences around us.
I am an Associate Chair on the Health Subcommittee for CHI 2022.
Excited to share that my StoryMap paper received an Honorable Mention (top 5% of the submissions) at CHI 2021.
With topics in Algorithmic Matching in Healthcare and Transformative-fair AI for addressing marginalizations.
Sofia Kartika and I wrote a Kompas op-ed on how the Bank of Indonesia’s banknotes design that portrays women as traditional dancers failed to accurately represent Indonesian women’s contribution to society. Medium post is also available to read.
I shared my thoughts on this The Guardian article on Oprah’s interviewing approaches, especially in the context of conducting qualitative interviews on difficult topics.
I presented my talk at the DUB Seminar, titled “Interpersonal Health Informatics: The Characteristics of Social Personal Informatics.”
In our correspondence article in Nature, we argued how medicine and technology must reckon with historical racism or we risk the COVID-19 vaccine worsening the pandemic disparity. We also provided our expanded arguments on Medium.
I highlighted how social assets that Boston communities have can support physical activity. This paper is for the Asset-Based Design workshop at CSCW 2020.
I joined CSCW 2021 as an associate chair for PACM HCI journal paper submissions.