I am a Human Computer Interaction (HCI) Researcher, Engineer and Designer with a passion for and record of rich engagement with the human-centred design and real-world deployment of technology to support health and wellbeing. I hold a dual role as a PostDoctoral Researcher at the Copenhagen Center for Health Technology at the Technical University of Denmark, and as an Associate Public Health Researcher at Copenhagen University.
My current research focuses on the design of mobile technologies to support the practice of mental healthcare through primary care clinics across Denmark. My approach to research is human-centred, mixed-methods and interdisciplinary in nature, combining many years of engineering and design experience with insights from psychology, sociology and philosophy. I strive to create tools to support health and wellbeing, by fostering meaningful forms of reflection, engagement in lived experience, and practices of care which work for both patients and health professionals [curriculum vitae].