I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Dartmouth College. My research interest is in the application of data science to human sensing and health. This includes developing and using mobile, wearable and digital solutions to understand, monitor, and affect bio-behavioral factors that influence health.
I co-direct the Augmented Health Lab, the DartNets Lab and I am an affiliate of the Center for Technology and Behavioral Health (CTBH).
I initiated Computer Science Summer Research (CSSR) @ Dartmouth to train and equip a more diverse pool of undergraduate students to pursue advanced degrees.
Before joining Dartmouth, I was a Rice Academy Postdoctoral Fellow in the Scalable Health Labs. I received my B.Sc. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin and I obtained my M.S. & Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering, both from Georgia Institute of Technology.
January - Invited Speaker to the Women in Computer Science and Engineering (W-CSE) Mentoring Seminar
January - Gave an invited talk titled "Enhancing the utility of Personal Health Data to Improve Diabetes Management" at a Center of Technology and Behavioral Health (CTBH) seminar series
November - Invited speaker to "Inferential Methods and Epidemiology (PH100/101)" class for Masters in Public Health students at The Dartmouth Institute
November - Invited professor at Virtual Shabazz LLC Program
October - Panelist for "Picture a Scientist," discussing topics on women and diversity in Science.
September - Gave an invited talk titled "Leveraging Data Science in the Fight against COVID-19" at the 2020 virtual Grace Hopper Celebration (abstract here)
August - Co-PI on NSF SenSE grant for improving closed-loop artificial pancreas systems used in diabetes management (award # 2037267)
July - C19 Insider Scoop project was featured on Dartmouth News
July - Gave an invited talk titled "Data Science for Health: Applications for Diabetes and COVID-19" at the Summer Web-Based Institute for Technologies in CompSci & Healthcare (SWITCH) - A 5-week summer research program for middle & high school teachers.
April - Awarded Dartmouth Spark Funding for C19 Insider Scoop