Elizabeth Stowell

Ph.D. Student in Personal Health Informatics at Northeastern University.




About Me

I am a Ph.D. Student at Northeastern in Personal Health Informatics, a program in both the Khoury College of Computer Science and the Bouvé College of Health Sciences. I work with Dr. Andrea Parker in the Wellness Technology Lab. My research is in the fields of Public Health, Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), and in Personal Health Informatics. I am broadly interested in social determinants of sexual health, stigmatization of disease, global health and community development, and health activism. I am currently exploring how community informatics can be used to address inequities in sexual health.

Prior to joining the Wellness Technology Lab, I completed a B.A. in Health and Society (Individual Designed Major) from Wellesley College. I began computer science coursework in my last year of undergrad, and joined the Human Computer Interaction Laboratory at Wellesley after graduation.

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