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Michelle Borkin, Ph.D.
College of Computer and Information Science,
& Research Fellow
Brigham & Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
m.borkin @ neu.edu
Office: West Village H, Room 310D
(Mailing address: Northeastern University, ATTN: Michelle Borkin 202 WVH, 360 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115-5000 USA)
Current WorkI am an Assistant Professor in the College of Computer and Information Science at Northeastern University, and am also an affiliated researcher at Brigham & Women's Hospital.
My research interests include visualization (information and scientific), human-computer interaction (HCI), medical imaging and radiology, astrophysics, and cognition and perception.
For more information about my research, check out my publications, download my CV, and check-out my TED talk.
Dr. Michelle Borkin works on the development of novel visualization techniques and tools to enable new insights and discoveries in data. She works across disciplines to bring together computer scientists, doctors, and astronomers to collaborate on new analysis and visualization techniques, and cross-fertilize techniques across disciplines. Her research has resulted in the development of novel computer assisted diagnostics in cardiology, scalable visualization solutions for large network data sets, and novel astrophysical visualization tools and discoveries. Her main research interests include information and scientific visualization, hierarchical and multidimensional data representations, network visualization, visualization cognition, user interface design, human computer interaction (HCI), and evaluation methodologies.