PhD student, Computer Science
Shirin is a Computer Science PhD student working at the intersection of healthcare, human experience, and human-computer interaction. Her current research focuses on how contextual factors (e.g., design of healthcare spaces, patient-clinician relationship, informed consent in psychiatry, etc.) can shape patients' experiences and impact their long term health outcomes.
The Clinically-Validated Digital Therapeutics: Innovations in Scientific Discovery, Clinical Applications, and Global Deployment event gathered experts from diverse sectors of the health care industry—researchers, providers, regulators, payers, and investors, as well as representatives from global pharma—to help shape a vision for making digital therapeutics accessible to all.
Shirin is traveling to Boston to attend the 7th annual Patient Experience Symposium. The conference brings together leading stakeholders from across healthcare, all to improve patient experience.
Leslie Center Student Research Fellowship offers students a unique opportunity to undertake creative projects at the intersection of humanities and other disciplines.
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