Sheena is currently undertaking research between UCL Interaction Centre and Great Ormond Street DRIVE (Digital Research, Informatics and Virtual Environments), where she will develop future interfaces for health data. Coupled with health policy and education, she holds an interest in intuitive and inclusive design. She supervises students alongside industry partners on the UCL Industry Exchange Network, offering a clinical perspective to the design, and rapid prototyping of emerging technologies in health. The research is conducted under the supervision of Prof Yvonne Rogers and Prof Neil Sebire with funding from the EPSRC (Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council).
Interests: Health policy | Education | Intuitive and Inclusive technologies | Health disparities | Data ethics | Augmented and mixed realities | Behavioural design and Interaction Science.