Xiaomu Zhou, PhD

PhD (Information Science), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Xiaomu Zhou

Xiaomu Zhou is an assistant teaching professor and lead faculty member in the Master of Science in Informatics program. She was previously an assistant professor at the Rutgers University School of Communication and Information, where her teaching and research focused largely on human computer interaction (HCI), health informatics, and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). She served on the Curriculum Committee, Department of Library and Information Science at Rutgers, and as a member of the program committee of the Association for Computing Machinery International Conferences on HCI and CSCW.

Dr. Zhou co-led the development of the Informatics and Design concentration in Rutgers’ Master of Information program and developed foundational courses for the new concentration, as well as courses on health informatics and data analytics for healthcare information. Her teaching included a variety of courses, such as “Human Information Behaviors,” “Human-Computer Interactions,” “Social Informatics,” and “Health Informatics.” She also publishes and presents extensively on her field, and is a frequent reviewer for several academic journals.

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