Assistant Professor, School of Information, University of Michigan[email protected]
Predrag Klasnja is an Assistant Professor in the School of Information at the University of Michigan, with a joint appointment in the Department of Health Behavior and Health Education. He is a member of the Michigan Interactive & Social Computing group, an interdisciplinary group of researchers interested in human-computer interaction and social computing. Klasnja received a Ph.D. in Information Science at the Information School at the University of Washington.
Predrag Klasnja’s research lies at the intersection of Human-Computer Interaction and Health Informatics. He studies how technology can help people to better manage their health and to more effectively communicate with their healthcare providers. Because a great deal of what people need to do to improve their health—being physically active, eating healthily, taking medications regularly, etc.—happens in the midst of daily life and away from the clinic, one area he studies is how technology can help people to adopt and sustain such health-promoting activities.
Predrag Klasnja’s projects cover a range of health domains. He has done work around cancer care, physical activity, and diabetes. His current projects examine medication adherence, self-management of the bipolar disorder, and physical-activity maintenance following cardiac rehabilitation.
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