Assistant Professor Hwayoung Cho, PhD, RN, has expertise in nursing informatics, mobile health, usability, symptom science, innovative research methods and underserved populations. Her research has focused on using technology for underserved populations in order to reduce health disparities, promote health outcomes and improve health-related quality of life. Cho has conducted multilevel usability evaluations using the most appropriate evaluation methods at each stage throughout the development process of the technology, including quantitative as well as qualitative approaches, such as an innovative eye-tracking method, a card sorting technique, a heuristic evaluation, a cognitive walkthrough, think-aloud protocols, focus groups and in-depth interviews. Cho recently completed a postdoctoral fellowship in nursing informatics at the Columbia University School of Nursing. She also received her PhD in Nursing from Columbia University in 2017. She received her Master of Science in Nursing from Hanyang University School of Nursing in Seoul, South Korea, in 2012.