Hello! I am a PhD student in the School of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington. I am advised by James Fogarty.
I am interested in designing, developing, and evaluating new personalized health data experiences that empower people to gain deeper insight and value from their data. Specifically, I focus on opportunities for individualized interventions that can be more effective and appropriate than one-size-fits-all population based interventions.
Journal & Conference Publications
TummyTrials: A Feasibility Study of Using Self-Experimentation to Detect Individualized Food Triggers.
A Framework for Self-Experimentation in Personalized Health.
Hypothesis Formation and Hypothesis Testing: Design Challenges in Self-Experimentation
Digital Health & Self-Experimentation Workshop
Toward a Portable, Self-Administered Critical Flicker Frequency Test
Workshop on Mental Health: Sensing & Intervention
Towards Self-Experimentation in Personalized Health.
Workshop on Interactive Systems in Healthcare
Opportunities and Challenges for Self-Experimentation in Self-Tracking.
Workshop on New Frontiers of Quantifed Self