Aug 24th, 2018 Wilcox participated in Principles of Intelligence: A Celebration of Colleagues and Collaboration at Microsoft Research. She gave a short talk titled, Uniting Digital Health Advancements with Human Needs.
July 20th, 2018 Wilcox looks forward to visiting Google Mountain View in August to give her talk: Care Machines: Lessons Learned from 10 Years of Studying Human Interactions with Health Data.
In this talk, I will provide an overview of studies with clinicians, patients, and their family members, focusing on how their interactions with health data point to lessons for uniting computing advancements with people’s needs. Starting with activeNotes, the project demonstrating the first known techniques for supporting clinical information requests directly within a document editor, and progressing onto Rapport, a prototype system facilitating patient interaction with diagnostic radiology reports, I will discuss findings of several key studies involving clinicians, patients
July 18th, 2018 Lauren Wilcox, Betsy DiSalvo, Thomas Ploetz, and David Joyner will collaborate on a new NSF award. The grant, Leveraging Behavioral and Physiological Feedback in the Design of Affect-Sensitive Distance Learning, investigates the feasibility of using wearable technologies and other types of sensing to gather more context about online learners. It will also explore the role of wearables in providing new types of feedback to multiple stakeholders participating in online courses.
This write-up of the project explains more!
May 17th, 2018 Who should have access to adolescents’ electronic personal health records? Our paper, now published in JAMIA, reveals reasons for variability in privacy features for adolescents and parental proxies. This study is part of a larger collaborative research effort with Marianne Sharko and Jessica Ancker at Weill Cornell Medical College, exploring current policies surrounding access to electronic health records of adolescents, and characterizing the capabilities needed to ensure privacy and confidentiality of adolescents' health data. This paper was selected as Editor's Choice.
May 1st, 2018 Wilcox looks forward to co-chairing the Student Design Challenge at the AMIA 2018 Annual Symposium.
May 1st, 2018 The Georgia Tech Pediatric Technology Center awarded funding to PIs Shamim Nemati (Emory), Gari Clifford (Emory), Kevin Maher (CHOA), and Wilcox, to pursue a new project focused on preventing bloodstream infections through interpretable machine learning: A FHIR-Enabled Interpretable Deep Learning Platform for Timely Prediction of Central Line-associated Bloodstream Infections
April 23rd, 2018 Watch Matthew Hong's ACM CHI 2018 conference presentation, Visual ODLs: Co-Designing Patient-Generated Observations of Daily Living to Support Data-Driven Conversations in Pediatric Care
April 13th, 2018 Wilcox attended the CCC event on Sociotechnical Interventions For Health Disparity
April 8th, 2018 Wilcox visited the Stanford HCI group to present a talk titled, Designing for teens' and young adults' engagement with digital health.
March 29th, 2018 Wilcox is part of an ACM Future of Computing Academy (FCA) working group arguing for changes to the peer review process,
Nov 6th, 2017 Wilcox chaired the 7th Workshop on Interactive Systems in Health Care, held at the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) 2017 Symposium.
The event brought together over 100 participants to explore issues at the intersection of
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Aug 29th, 2017 Clayton Feustel
Aug 17th, 2017 PI Mary Beth Weber (Emory University) and Co-PI Lauren Wilcox will receive funding from the Georgia Center for Diabetes Translation Research (GCDTR) Pilot & Feasibility Pilot Award Program for their proposal, Mobile Health Based Type 2 Diabetes Management in South Asian Immigrants with Arshed Quyyumi (Co-I), Heval Mohamed Kelli (Co-I) and Yi-An Ko (Co-I).
May 26th, 2017 Wilcox will serve on the Health, Accessibility, and
Apr 29th, 2017 Special congratulations to the MS-HCI graduates who were awarded Best
Apr 25th, 2017 Clayton Feustel
Apr 22nd, 2017 Wilcox has been selected to participate in the ACM Future of Computing Academy. She will join an inaugural class of early career computing professionals, to shape the academy’s governance structure and agenda and will attend the ACM celebration of 50 years of Turing Awards.
Apr 10th, 2017 Wilcox will serve as general chair of the Workshop on Interactive Systems in
Feb 10th, 2017 Wilcox received the NSF CAREER Award for her proposal, “Adaptive, Collaborative User Interfaces for Chronically Ill Adolescents’ Personal Data Management.” The award will support research investigating how computational tools can be designed and developed to support collaborative generation and management of
Jan 16th, 2017 Wilcox will co-chair the Leveraging Patient-Generated Data for Collaborative Decision Making in Healthcare workshop at the International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare (PervasiveHealth 2017) May 23rd, 2017 in Barcelona, Spain.
Nov 8th, 2016 Wilcox will visit the Interactive and Social Computing group at the University of Michigan on 11/22/2016 to give a talk highlighting research in the Hx Lab.
Oct 8th, 2016 Wilcox will serve on the Technical Program Committee for the 11th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare (Pervasive Health 2017).
Oct 7th, 2016 The Hx Lab will
Jun 27th, 2016 Wilcox looks forward to participating in the Class of 1969 Teaching Fellows program at Georgia Tech, for the 2016-17 academic year.
Jun 23rd, 2016 Wilcox will participate as a mentor in the Student Opportunity Lab (SOL) at the 2016 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing. She will also serve as a poster judge for the Student Research Competition. GHC will take place in Houston, Texas this year on October 19th-21st.
Jun 21st, 2016 Wilcox will participate in the new Georgia Diabetes Translation Research Center funded by the
Jun 1st, 2016 Matthew Hong was selected to participate in the Health Data Exploration Project's 2016 Summer Institute. The intensive training institute focuses on research methods for working with personal health data. It includes participants from a variety of relevant disciplines including public health, medicine, informatics, human-computer interaction, computer science, data science, and design.
Mar 1st, 2016 CS
Jan 3rd, 2016 Wilcox will serve the Scientific Program Committee (SPC) for the AMIA 2016 Annual Symposium.
Dec 15th, 2015 Thank you AIG Science for a gift award to seed research on mobile pain management interventions.
Oct 9th, 2015 Wilcox will serve on the Technical Program Committee for the 10th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare (Pervasive Health 2016).
Jun 16th, 2014 Wilcox will receive a Georgia Tech/