Jessica is a Pre-Doctoral Fellow in Nursing Informatics at Columbia University School of Nursing. While getting her BSN, Jessica became intrigued by clinical informatics while working as a Research Assistant to Dr. Po-Yin Yen at The Ohio State University’s Department of Biomedical Informatics. There, she was able to acquire skills in heuristic evaluation, usability testing, and time-motion study methods. Jessica gained clinical experience as an oncology nurse before moving to Abu Dhabi to implement and support the first electronic health record in the United Arab Emirates at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi. She then worked for NYU Langone Health as an Epic Analyst where she served as a clinical decision support expert and worked with an informatics design research team to integrate behavioral economics principles into decision support techniques in the EHR. At Columbia she is advised by Dr. Kenrick Cato and Dr. Sarah Rossetti to develop her research interests, including documentation burden, alert fatigue, time-motion study methods, natural language processing, and predictive modeling.