Albert Park

Assistant Professor

Education: Ph.D. in Biomedical and Health Informatics, University of Washington

Courses Taught: Databases for Data Scientists DSBA/HCIP 6160, Advanced Health Data Integration HCIP 6393, Introduction to Programming for Health Informatics HCIP 5376, AI and Deep Learning DSBA 6165

Dr. Albert Park's research interests include social computing, group-health informatics, human-centered design, personal (consumer) health informatics, online communication, collaborative health technology, patient-provider interaction, peer support, patient-reported outcomes, and patient-generated data. His research primarily focuses on the analysis of social interactions and social networks using modern data analysis and the development of novel computational approaches to study social interactions and relationships in the context of health. Before working with UNC Charlotte, he was a National Institutes of Health-National Library of Medicine Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Utah.