Abraham Oshni Alvandi


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Dr Abraham Oshni Alvandi is a researcher in digital health at Monash University in the Faculty of Information Technology and is passionate about multidisciplinary studies where cognitive and information systems meet each other.

Working with Prof. Chris Bain, his current focus is on consumer health informatics. In this research theme, he aims to understand how digital healthcare technologies are perceived by the public, how they should be designed to accord to consumers' health requirements, and how innovations should transform the activities of the healthcare industries in the best ways to deliver excellent customer service to citizens.

Abraham is also interested in Bayesian Networks (BNs) that are applied to support decision-making under uncertainty; especially, health-related problems that are targets for medical decision support systems. 

Abraham has a PhD from Monash with a multidisciplinary background in cognitive and health information systems.

Education/Academic qualification

Applied Cognitive Science , PhD, MONASH UNIVERSITY

Award Date: 7 Feb 2017

Research area keywords

  • Digital Health
  • Health information systems
  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Cognitive Systems
  • Bayesian Networks


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