Human-Information Interaction Consultations

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The purpose of biomedical informatics is to help people understand biomedical data and information, so studying how people interact with information is an essential component of this discipline. Areas of work include health literacy, information-seeking behaviors of healthcare professionals, information design, and visualization.

Service Providers: 

Dan Harris

Daniel Harris, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice & Science
Specialities: Large-scale insurance claims databases and analysis, HIPAA-compliant geospatial informatics


Sujin Kim

Sujin Kim, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine



Melissa Clarkson, PhD

Melissa Clarkson, PhD
Assistant Professor, Division of Biomedical Informatics
Specialities: Data visualization, design of information artifacts, usability testing


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