Our paper, “Social Reflections on Fitness Tracking Data: A Study with Families in Low-SES Neighborhoods” was accepted to CHI 2019.
Dr. Parker was awarded a 3-year, $469k NSF grant to study how social network visualization tools can help support youth activism. This project is a collaboration with Dr. Brooke Foucault Welles and Catherine D’Ignazio.
Dr. Andrea Parker was awarded a Health Equity Pilot Grant from the Northeastern University Institute for Health Equity & Social Justice. With this grant, she will examine how “reminiscence technology” can support coping and resilience in low-SES populations.
Dr. Parker was named a 2018-2019 Institute for Health Equity & Social Justice Faculty Scholar.
Dr. Andrea Parker, together with Dr. Miso Kim (College of Arts, Media & Design) and Dr. Jacqueline Griffin (Mechanical and Industrial Engineering) received a Tier 1 Grant from Northeastern University to conduct research on emergency response services for elderly evacuees.
Dr. Parker was an invited member of the Smart & Connected Health (SCH) steering committee for a National Science Foundation (NSF) SCH Visioning Workshop.
Dr. Parker gave a series of talks in the Fall of 2016: Johns Hopkins University Malone Center for Engineering in Healthcare Inaugural Symposium, Worcester Polytechnic Institute Department of Computer Science, Wellesley College Computer Science Department, Northeastern University Personal Health Informatics Seminar.
Dr. Andrea Parker is the principal investigator for a newly awarded grant from the National Science Foundation! Dr. Parker is joined by an interdisciplinary team of co-investigators: Dr. Jessica Hoffman (Applied Psychology), Dr. Carmen Sceppa (Health Sciences), and Dr. Magy Seif El-Nasr (Game