cornell_logo_2Currently, I am a Ph.D. student in Information Science, Cornell University. I am advised by Dr. Tanzeem Choudhury and I'm working with the wonderful people in the People-Aware Computing Lab.


I conducted M.S. study at Biomedical and Health Informatics, University of Washington, and had the fortune to work with the Ubicomp Lab and the Patient As Safeguard team.


I completed my undergraduate education in Biomedical Engineering and Computer Science at Georgia Tech under the guidance of Dr. Hang Lu and Dr. Eric Schumacher. I also had a lot of fun and did crazy stuff as a Prototyping Instructor at Invention Studio.

I've always worked in health-related fields, where I developed a spectrum of skills from building, sensing, to user-centered design/qualitative research, even to neural engineering/cognitive neuroscience. I conduct research to help people be more engaged and more comfortable with managing their own health and participating in healthcare. I aim to close-the-loop of the mHealth vision by developing interventions and designing how people could interact with interventions. I specifically want to impact how people perform self-care with mental health conditions, and I'm currently working on e-cigarette and alcohol addiction.