The Applied Intelligence Research Centre has a diverse team.
My PhD work is about providing a novel information exchange model between personal health data of individuals and their electronic health data in clinics. My PhD studies is supervised by Dympna O’Sullivan/Lucy Herderman and funded by SFI under D-real. My interest is in research in Human-Computer Interaction, Digital Health and ICT4D. My work explores people and their engagements with technology. So, I usually employ the use of Design thinking and Participatory design methodologies in my work. Before now, I have obtained an MSc in Advanced Computer Science (Distinction) with interest in Human-Computer Interaction from Newcastle University, UK & has worked as a HEI lecturer in Nigeria. I was also a consultant to international organisations like the Malaria Consortium and have worked closely on some health-related projects with the World Bank, UNDP, and the Virus Data Outbreak Network Africa and Asia (VODANA).