About

I am a Computer Science PhD student working in the Health Experience and Applications Lab, led by Dr. Lauren Wilcox. I have a Master's Degree in Computer Science from Georgia Tech with a specialization in human-Computer Interaction.

My Interests lie at the intersection of ubiquitous computing and health informatics. In the broadest sense, my work has centered on building and understanding applications that promote wellness. In the clinical setting, I have investigated design consideration for the presentation of readiology reports to adolescents through the deployment of a fully functional prototype. In the non-clinical setting, I have been a part of a campus-wide initiative, Campus Life, to collect large-scale data on Georgia Tech students' physical, social, and psychological health. In addition to assisting in the deployment of the Campus Life study, I have used this large-scale health data to explore how the presentation of aggregate data (i.e. physical activity of all males) affects individuals in their self-reflection process.

Recently, my investigations into the presentation of heath data to promote wellness has taken me towards the built environment. The built environment has a significant impact on a person's health behavior. To form a more complete picture of an individual's health, I am exploring the ways that applications can take into consideration the health activities afforded by the environments that individuals occupy.

Publications
People Like Me: Designing for Reflection on Aggregate Cohort Data in Personal Informatics Systems

Clayton Feustel , Shyamak Aggarwal , Bongshin Lee , Lauren Wilcox , People Like Me: Designing for Reflection on Aggregate Cohort Data in Personal Informatics Systems. Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies (IMWUT 2018), Singapore, Singapore. (27% acceptance rate)

Supporting Families in Reviewing and Communicating about Radiology Imaging Studies

Matthew Hong , Clayton Feustel , Meeshu Agnihotri , Max Silverman , Stephen Simoneaux , Lauren Wilcox , Supporting Families in Reviewing and Communicating about Radiology Imaging Studies. Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2017), Denver, United States of America. (25% acceptance rate)

Adolescent and Caregiver use of a Tethered Personal Health Record System

Matthew Hong , Lauren Wilcox , Clayton Feustel , Karen Wasileski-Masker , Thomas Olson , Stephen Simoneaux , Adolescent and Caregiver use of a Tethered Personal Health Record System. American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA 2017), Chicago, United States of America.