I am a multi-disciplinary research scientist and design thinker, specializing in human-computer interaction and user-driven R&D. Currently I work at Hewlett-Packard (HP) Labs. I joined HP Labs in 2012, right after completing my PhD in Biomedical Informatics from Arizona State University (ASU). While my primary background is in Computer Science, I have several years of experience with qualitative research methodologies. I absolutely LOVE field work as much as I enjoy getting back to the lab and building solutions.
ON THIS SITE, you can find information about projects I was involved with while at graduate school only. If you would like to know about what I have been up to since my short time in academia, please contact me directly via email or LinkedIn. You can also connect with me on Twitter.
Over the course of my graduate studies, I was a research assistant on a number of projects ranging from virtual reality simulations for surgical skills and team training to the development of personal activity monitoring tools. You can find information about these projects on the projects page. All related publications are available on the publications page.