I am a 2015 NIH Mobile Health (mHealth) Scholar and a  Post-Doctoral Fellow in the School of Interactive Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

I design and evaluate novel mobile health technologies that improve communication and collaboration with the goal of increasing patient engagement with their health and encouraging everyday wellness. I am currently working with Elizabeth Mynatt and a host of  wonderful students in the Everyday Computing Lab.

I received my PhD in Human-Centered Computing from Georgia Tech in 2012, where I was focused on improving mobile and wearable input and interaction under the guidance of  Thad Starner in the Contextual Computing Group.

If you would like to learn more about my research or are interested in a copy of my job materials, please reach out and drop me a line via my  Contact page.