My research focuses on designing, developing, and evaluating tools that can help people and their health providers better understand and manage their personal health. I have extensive experience in conducting formative studies to identify needs and opportunities; iterative design and development of novel methods and tools to support those needs; and evaluations to examine usage and develop design implications for future tools.

Throughout my PhD, I have surveyed more than 1,100 people; interviewed more than 100 people; developed interactive visualizations and mobile applications to better support personalized health; and conducted quantitative and qualitative analyses of survey, interview, and app usage data.