MSc. Pannunzio, V.
Valeria Pannunzio is a PhD student at the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering. She explores how sensor data can be employed to design meaningful service system propositions for cardiovascular care. Her main research focus is health systems design, with particular attention on the development of interdisciplinary data strategies for the continuous evaluation and improvement of health interventions. In her PhD, she explored ways to integrate clinical, technical, experiential and economic perspectives to develop holistic evaluation approaches in the eHealth domain, with a particular focus on Remote Patient Monitoring interventions.
Fascinated by the way design disciplines can contribute to the pursuit of health, she previously worked at Philips as a service designer, contributing to projects within the domains of acute and emergency care, population health, and chronic disease management.
- 2018 – present
PhD, Industrial Design, Data-driven design methodologies for the CardioLab, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
- 2014 – 2016
Master of Science in Design for Interaction, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
- 2011 – 2014
Bachelor degree in Industrial Product Design, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
- 2016 – 2018
Service designer, Philips Design
Lectures/Coaches students on:
Mentoring graduation projects in the CardioLab
Involved in the research project(s):
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"The practice of medicine is dominated by how we process information, how we record information, how we retrieve information, and how we communicate information" - Barnett, Computers in Medicine