Qualitative and Unified Research | Methodology
Welcome to my personal website! I am a cultural anthropologist by trade and have a PhD in mental health sciences. I am interested in qualitative, mixed, and unified research methods related to healthcare and human-information interaction.
I have the pleasure of working with amazing people on inspiring projects; this website is a hub for current and past initiatives.
Open Science Award for the ROCK
The Reproducible Open Coding Kit (ROCK) received an Open Science award from the Young European Research Universities Network (YERUN)! We will use this gracious support to develop a comprehensive graphical user interface for the ROCK.
I have the incredible honor of receiving an MSCA individual fellowship!
We will develop a novel open source quantitative ethnographic tool for integrating eye-movement, human-computer interaction, and narratives. With this tool, we will be conducting an empirical study on how people search for and appraise health-related information online. Results will aid the development of an intervention to increase digital health literacy. This is a joint initiative involving the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Maastricht University.
@ Pepperdine University (West LA campus)!
Talk: July 7, 2022 10:30am - 12pm PT (virtual and in-person)
Workshop: July 7, 2022 1pm - 4pm PT (in-person only)
Quantitative Ethnography Webinar Series
Visualizing patient decision-making processes regarding choice of therapy with Epistemic Network Analysis: A worked example of manual coding and segmentation (June 2nd, 2020)