UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN
I am a Dallas-based physician turned designer interested in making care delivery services and experiences equitable, accessible, and enjoyable for both care receivers and providers. I learn, think and communicate visually. Fascinated by every aspect of design, from design research to visual design and committed to improving healthcare, I have been serving as a vital liaison between the fields of design and health to bring value to health innovation projects. I consider creating beautiful, informative, and compelling visual stories through various artifacts as my superpowers, something that the healthcare field should utilize more. I graduated with the inaugural class of the Design in Health Master’s program and continued my healthcare design career path as one of the first recipients of the MA in Design Alumni Fellowship at Design Institute for Health.
WHAT MAKES YOU FEEL INSPIRED?
Identifying and creating innovative methods to understand and empathize with users.
IF THERE WERE NO BARRIERS AND CONSTRAINTS, WHAT PROJECT WOULD YOU WANT TO WORK ON?
I would work on the Women’s Health Literacy Project, empowering them through education using engaging, informative, and inspiring visual designs.
WHAT ARE YOU READING/LISTENING TO/WATCHING?
The Systems View of Life: A Unifying Vision by Fritjof Capra