I am a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Computer Science department at Stanford University, where I am a member of the HCI group and supervised by James Landay. I received my PhD in Information Science from Cornell University, where I was advised by Tanzeem Choudhury.
My research spans the areas of Human-Computer Interaction, Ubiquitous Computing, and Mobile Health. Much of my work focuses on designing, developing and evaluating unobtrusive mobile applications for health and well-being. I design subtle interventions that change how users perceive interoceptive (e.g., heart rate), behavioral (e.g., voice) or environmental cues (e.g., color of objects) for emotion regulation or behavior change.
PhD in Information Science, 2019
A novel approach to design behavior change technologies that works subtly and effortlessly