Mimi Trinh

Bachelor’s Degree:Florida State University, Psychology, 2019 Mimi Trinh is a first year graduate student in Community Health with an interest in adoption of digital health technology for older adults.  Research Interests  Human Factors and Aging  Digital health technology for older adults Technology acceptance among older adults

Madina Khamzina

Master’s Degree: Master of Public Health, Boston University School of Public Health, Boston, 2012 Bachelor’s Degree: Bachelor of Arts in Public Health, University of Michigan-Dearborn, Dearborn, 2010 M.KHAMZINA_CV.pdf Madina Khamzina is Ph.D. candidate in Community Health. Her research interests include successful aging and aging with disabilities, well-being and quality of life of older adults, and technologies for improving social engagement. Research […]

Erin Heniff

Bachelor’s Degree: B.S. in Speech Pathology and Audiology, Marquette University, 2021 Erin is a Doctor of Audiology (AuD) graduate student within the Speech and Hearing Sciences department and is studying to become an audiologist Research Interests Cochlear implantation Hearing amplification devices Late-deafened population

Maurita Harris

Master’s Degree: Community Health, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Bachelor’s Degree: Psychology, North Carolina State University Curriculum Vitae.pdf Maurita T. Harris is a doctoral candidate in the Community Health program within the Department of Kinesiology and Community Health. Her research focuses on four themes: health and disability; human factors; gerontology; and technology. Research Interests Digital health interventions Health […]

Summer Xia Yu Chen

Master’s Degree: Social Work, New York University, 2019 Bachelor’s Degree: Psychology, Tsinghua University, 2017 Summer Chen is a doctoral student in Social Work. Her research interests include understanding the effect of assistive technology in caregiving, as well as identifying the technology-based interventions for older adults’ mental wellness. Research Interests Digital Divide Technology and Aging in place Technology-based interventions

Afnaan Afsar Ali

Afnaan is a sophomore studying Community Health with a concentration in Health Planning and Administration. She joined the HFA Lab in the Spring of 2022. Upon graduation, she plans to pursue a Master’s in Public Health. Research InterestsAfnaan’s research interests include improving equal access to healthcare and overall quality of life with assistive technologies.

Divya Bhookya

Divya is a junior studying Interdisciplinary Health Sciences with a concentration in Health Behavior Change. She joined the HFA Lab in the Spring of 2022. After graduating, Divya plans on continuing her education at an Optometry school to pursue a career of becoming an optometrist. Divya’s research interests include understanding the lifestyle of older adults […]

Megan Bily

Megan Bily is a senior majoring in Interdisciplinary Health Sciences with a concentration in Health Diversity. She joined the HFA Lab in the Spring of 2022. After graduation, she hopes to pursue a career in public health, international/humanitarian coordination and health technology implementation. Research InterestsMegan’s research interests include efficient technology implementation to bolster preventative medicine, […]

Maya Dye

Maya is a junior studying Speech & Hearing Science. She joined the HFA Lab in Fall of 2020. After graduation, she plans to pursue a Master’s in Speech-Language Pathology. Maya’s research interests include technology for improving quality of life and health equity.

Husna Hussaini

Husna is a junior studying Sociology and Chemistry. She joined the HFA Lab in Summer of 2021. She plans to pursue a career in medicine by becoming a physician and medical analyst and journalist.  Husna is interested in researching the intersections of technology and healthcare, with a specific focus on transforming access to care, facilitating […]