Our paper, “Social Reflections on Fitness Tracking Data: A Study with Families in Low-SES Neighborhoods” was accepted to CHI 2019.
3-year NSF grant award
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.
Health Equity Pilot Grant Award
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 named a 2018-19 IUHR Health Equity Scholar
Dr. Parker was named a 2018-2019 Institute for Health Equity & Social Justice Faculty Scholar.
Tier 1 Grant Award
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.
NSF Smart & Connected Health Visioning Workshop
Dr. Parker was an invited member of the Smart & Connected Health (SCH) steering committee for a National Science Foundation (NSF) SCH Visioning Workshop.
Fall 2016 Talks
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.
3-year National Science Foundation Award
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