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Kamala Payyapilly Thiruvenkatanathan
Pennsylvania State University
Applied (Clinical and Engineering Applications)
Kamala is a third year Ph.D. candidate in Informatics (Human-Computer Interaction) at The Pennsylvania State University. Her research is situated at the intersection of women’s health and technology with a specific focus on pregnancy after loss. Attending to the rising interest in designing interventions for pregnancy and maternal health, alongside the ongoing call to question the stigmatization of women’s bodies, her research centers a common but tabooed experience of pregnancy after loss. Kamala aims to design for the neglected felt experiences of women navigating pregnancy after loss, with and through technology.