Katie Siek is an associate professor in informatics at Indiana University Bloomington. Her primary research interests are in human computer interaction, health informatics and ubiquitous computing. More specifically, she is interested in how sociotechnical interventions affect personal health and well being.
Her research is supported by the National Institutes of Health, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the National Science Foundation, including a five-year NSF CAREER award. She has been awarded a CRA-W Borg Early Career Award (2012) and a Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance Distinguished Visiting Fellowship (2010 and 2015).
Areas of Expertise
Health informatics, consumer health informatics, human computer interaction, women’s health, miscarriage, low socioeconomic status, family information sharing, nutrition monitoring, making, maker movement, internet of things, older adults, crafting, diversity in STEM, women in STEM, girls in STEM, undergraduate research.
Girl Scouts E-Textile Summer Camp 2017: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4GALwKxR5FA
Proactive Health Informatics REU: https://prohealth.soic.indiana.edu/reu/