Hi! I am a doctoral student in Human Behavior and Design in the Department of Design and Environmental Analysis at Cornell University. I have worked in four countries (Singapore, Hong Kong, India, and the U.S.) for employers and health systems including Cornell, Johns Hopkins, and the Health Sciences Authority of Singapore. I have a special interest in healthcare design research, particularly in evidence-based design. For my doctoral research, I seek to examine and develop new innovative strategies to understand how the interaction between communication, psychological, and environmental design attributes may influence audiences' attention, perception, and behavioral intentions when subjected to health-risk information in healthcare environments. My research philosophy is to incorporate insights and expertise from interdisciplinary fields such as evidence-based design, human factors, communication, bioethics, and psychology, and then to translate this research into both policy and clinical practice to improve patient outcomes in order to generate advances in public health and implementation science. For my scholarly contributions to the field of healthcare design, I was awarded the 2017 Joel Polsky Academic Achievement Award by the American Society of Interior Designers, the 2016 American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers/Steelcase Fellowship, and the 2015 International Student of the Year and Western New York Scholarship by the International Facility Management Association. I also had the honor to serve as the degree marshal for the Cornell University Graduate School during the University commencement in 2016.