Judith Gregory, Ph.D.
Judith Gregory, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Design, where she oversees the curriculum related to Understanding Users and the core curriculum for the MDes and MDM degrees, and is co-coordinator of the doctoral program with Keiichi Sato.
A social scientist, Dr. Gregory teaches social theory and qualitative research methods and research design. Her doctoral dissertation, from the Dept. of Communication, U.C.-San Diego (2000), concerns the large-scale electronic health record prototyping project in which she conducted ethnographic studies of users’ experiences (1993-98).
Recent professional experience includes: Editorial Committee of ARTIFACT, an international, peer-reviewed design research journal published by Routledge/Taylor & Francis; Program Co-Chair, Biennial Participatory Design Conference 2002, Malmö, and Programme Committee member, PDC 2004, Toronto; Programme Committee member for: First Nordic Design Research Conference 2005, FUTUREGROUND 2004; IFIP WG 9.4, IT and Developing Countries 2004 and 2006; Post-Doctoral Fellow, Science & Technology Studies, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York; Resident Faculty, International Women’s University, Hamburg; Research Associate, Clinical Information Systems, Kaiser Permanente, California.
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