Marilyn Lennon

Senior Lecturer

Research Interests

Marilyn has over 20 years experience in the user centered design and evaluation of interactive technologies. She has been involved in various projects involving smart home technology, mobile lifestyle app design and development and the implementation and evaluation of telecare, telehealth and assisted living technologies both in the lab and 'in the wild'.

Teaching Interests

Marilyn is currently course director for a taught Masters in Digital Health Systems. She has taught at all levels but specialises in level 1 UG and level 5 PG teaching including Information Management and Database Fundamentals, Human Computer Interaction, and Design of Usable Systems. She has supervised 5 PhDs (2 completed so far) and over 100 level 4 and level 5 final year projects.

Industrial Relevance

Marilyn is an impact champion at Strathclyde and has worked with several stakeholders including Scottish Government, third sector organisatons, local SMEs and international companies to design, develop and deliver digtial health solutions that scale. Marilyn also serves as an academic advisor on the Digital Health Institutes Commercialisation Strategy group and has previously served as academic advisor to the Scottish Governments National Telecare Programme Board.

Expertise & Capabilities

Marilyn has a strong background in mixed methods for (i) capturing, prioritising, and translating user requirements and needs for technology design, (ii) project managing implementation of digital health technologies and (iii) evaluating the impact and effectiveness of digtial health both in the lab and at scale.

Academic / Professional qualifications

Marilyn has a first class BSc degree in Psychology (Glasgow 1998), a PhD in Computing Science (Glasgow 2002) and a post graduate diploma in academic practice meaning she is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA). She is also an active member of the Asscociation for Computing Machinery (ACM).

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