Yuanyuan is a visiting graduate student from University of Maryland, Baltimore County, where she is a member of the Bodies in Motion Lab working with her advisor Helena Mentis.

Her interests lie in biomedical informatics, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Her current research focuses on the team knowledge sharing in the operating rooms.

Yuanyuan is originally from Beijing, China. She graduated with a M.B.B.S. at Tianjin Medical University in China in 2011, and a M.S. in Health Informatics at University of Minnesota, Twin Cities in 2013. She enjoys reading non-fictions and traveling in her spare time.

Publications

  • Feng, Y., Wong, C., Janeja, V., Kuber, R., Mentis, H. (2017), “Comparison of tri-axial accelerometers step-count accuracy in slow walking conditions”, Gait & Posture, 53, pp.11-16.
  • Feng, Y., Wong, C., Park, A., Mentis, H. (2015), “Taxonomy of instructions given to residents in laparoscopic cholecystectomy”, Surgical Endoscopy, 1-5.
  • Feng, Y., Mentis, H. (2016), “Supporting Common Ground Development in the Operation Room through Information Display Systems”, AMIA Annual Symposium 2016
  • Feng, Y., Janeja, V., Yesha, Y., Rishe, N., Grasso, M., Niskar, A. (2015) “Poster: Classifying Primary Outcomes in Rheumatoid Arthritis: Knowledge Discovery from Clinical Trial Metadata”, IEEE International Conference on Computational Advances in Bio and Medical Sciences (ICCABS) 2015.
  • Feng, Y., Zahiri, H., Mentis, H. (2015) “Challenges for residents in following instructions in laparoscopic surgery”, [Poster], presented at AMIA Annual Symposium 2015.
  • Feng, Y., Wong, C., Mentis, H., Park, A., (2015) “Taxonomy of instructions given to residents in laparoscopic cholecystectomy”, [Poster], presented at Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) 2015 Annual Meeting.
  • Feng, Y., Wong, K., Mentis, H., (2014) “Direction-giving to residents in laparoscopic surgery”, [Poster], presented at the AMIA Workshop on Interactive Systems in Healthcare 2014.

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