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.
“StoryMap: Using Social Modeling and Self-Modeling for Supporting Physical Activity Among Low-SES Families,” has been accepted to CHI.
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.
This PACM HCI journal paper evaluated a pervasive social exergame for caregivers of loved ones with dementia.
I’m a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University’s Center for Research on Computation and Society (CRCS) starting in Fall 2020.
This paper investigated a storytelling-driven fitness app for low-SES families.
I’m an Associate Chair for CHI 2020 Late-Breaking Work.