About Me

I am a Quantitative User Experience (UX) Researcher at Google, and hold a PhD in Social Psychology from the London School of Economics.

Quantitative UX is a mixture of many domains, including data science, human factors, social psychology, cognitive science, human-computer interaction, computational social science, and computer science. 

My particular interests are broad and include: human-computer interaction, person perception, AI interfaces, user trust, safety, intersubjectivity, philosophy of mind, language analysis, and organizational communication.

Prior to Google, I worked as a researcher and data scientist at Uber where I led studies aimed at understanding and improving user safety, focusing primarily on driver safety in emerging markets.

UX Researcher | Social Psychologist | Data Scientist