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ACM CHI 2022.
Best Paper Award
A Digital Safety Dilemma: Computer-Mediated Computer Security Interventions for Intimate Partner Violence During COVID-19
ACM CHI 2021.
The pandemic has worsened conditions for victims of IPV, many of whom may be forced to shelter in place with their abusers. We analyzed 24 consults with victims and held 5 focus groups with consultants to understand the new challenges brought on by shifting clinical computer security to a remote work context.
So-called privacy breeds evil: Narrative Justifications for Intimate Partner Surveillance in Online Forums.
ACM CSCW 2021.
Best Paper Award
Our grounded theory analysis of social media data revealed how would-be abusers create narrative justifications for spying on their partners.
The Tools and Tactics Used in Intimate Partner Surveillance: An Analysis of Online Infidelity Forums
USENIX Security 2020. (Acceptance rate 13%).
Distinguished Paper Award. Internet Defense Prize, 3rd place.
Would-be abusers often learn how to enact intimate partner surveillance through online forums. Our thematic analysis reveals a taxonomy of tools and tactics propagated through these social spaces.
JAMA Internal Medicine
We interviewed home health aides caring for patients in New York City when the COVID-19 pandemic peaked in the spring of 2020.
Home Care Workers Caring for Adults with Heart Failure Need Better Access to Training and Technology: A Role for Implementation Science.
Journal of Clinical and Translation Science
Understanding the Workflow of Home Healthcare for Patients with Heart Failure: Challenges and Opportunities.
Journal of General Internal Medicine
ACM CHI 2020. (Acceptance rate 24.3%).
Is my phone hacked?: Analyzing Clinical Computer Security Interventions with Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence.
Best Paper Honorable Mention