Christina Chung is an assistant professor in informatics at the School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering at IU Bloomington. The focus of her research in human-computer interaction and health informatics is to help people make sense of personal informatics data, both individually and collaboratively.
She conducts research on how ubiquitous computing and personal informatics data can be shared to support relationships, to motivate health behavior and to support clinical care. She has published in top HCI conferences and medical journals. Her work has been featured in several media outlets, including CNN, Geekwire and Newsweek.
Areas of Expertise
Human-computer interaction, health informatics, computer-supported cooperative work, behavior change, patient-generated data, personal informatics.