Dr Ann Borda is an Associate Professor in the Health and Biomedical Informatics Centre. Ann has a PhD in informatics from University College London.
She is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Health Informatics (FACHI) specialising in assistive technologies, participatory health & citizen science research. Ann presently sits on the Policy & Research Committee of the Climate and Health Alliance (CAHA) involved in a national consultation and framework for climate, health and well-being. She is co-organiser of the public engagement program “Automating the crowd” with the Alan Turing Institute (London) and University of Cambridge in which leading experts and the public explore the changing relationships between human and machine intelligence.
Formerly, Ann held positions as CEO of the Victorian Partnership for Advanced Computing,and Executive Director of the state funded VeRSI consortium -an innovation seed program established under the ‘Healthy Futures’ agenda and partnered with The University of Melbourne. Prior to this, Ann was based in the UK at Kings College London with the JISC government-funded program for eScience. Concurrently, she was a Research Fellow at the Institute for Computing Research, London South Bank University. Following her PhD, Ann was Head of Collections Multimedia at the Science Museum London in support of public science communication and biomedical discovery.
Selected publications: Borda, A., Gray, K, Fu, Y. (2019). Research Data Management in Health and Biomedical Citizen Science: Practices and Prospects. JAMIA Open 0(0), 2019, 1–13.doi: 10.1093/jamiaopen/ooz052
Borda, A., Molnar, A. and Kostkova, P. (2019). Serious Games and Participatory Research in Public Health. DPH 2019. Marseille, France, November 20-23, 2019.
Abdolkhani, R, Borda, A., Gray, K. (2018). Quality Management of Patient Generated Health Data in Remote Patient Monitoring using Medical Wearables: A Systematic Review. Stud Health Technol Inform 252, 1-7.
Borda, A., Gilbert, C., Said, C., Smolenaers, F., McGrath, M., & Gray, K. (2018). Non-Contact Sensor Based Falls Detection in Residential Aged Care Facilities: Developing a Real-Life Picture. Stud Health Technol Inform 252, 33-38.
Borda, A., Gilbert, C., Gray, K., Prabhu, D. (2018) Consumer wearable information and health self-management by older adults. In Telehealth for Our Aging Society, eds. Van den Berg, M. and Maeder, A. Stud Health Technol and Inform, 246, 42-61.
Kiossoglou, P, Borda, A., Gray, K, Martin-Sanchez, F, Verspoor, K., Lopez-Campos, G. (2017) Characterising the scope of exposome research. In MEDINFO 2017: Precision Healthcare through Informatics. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 245, 457-461.
Patrick, R., Armstrong, F., Borda, A., Hanna, L., Taylor, T. (2017). National Consultation regarding a National Strategy on Climate, Health and Well-being for Australia. Final Consultation Report. Climate and Health Alliance May 2017.
Patrick, R., Armstrong, F., Ryan, I., Borda, A.,Taylor, T. (2016). Survey of Health Professionals’ Opinions around a National Strategy on Climate, Health and Wellbeing for Australia. Preliminary Report. Climate and Health Alliance, September 2016.
Maeder, A, Gray, K., Borda, A., Poultney, N., Basilakis, J. (2015). Achieving greater consistency in telehealth project evaluations to improve organisational learning. Studies in Health Technologies and Informatics 209, 84-94.
Marino, R., Manton, D., Marwaha, P., Hallett, K., Clarke, K., Hopcraft, M., McCullough, M., Borda, A. (2014). The Implementation of Teledentistry for Pediatric Patients. In Global Health, Third International Conference on Global Health Challenges. Rome. 14-19.
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Feasibility of Non-contact Smart Sensor-Based Falls Detection in a Residential Aged Care E..
Characterizing the Scope of Exposome Research Through Topic Modeling and Ontology Analysis..
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Characterizing the Scope of Exposome Research Through Topic Modeling and Ontology Analysis.
Guillermo Lopez-Campos, Philip Kiossoglou, Ann Borda, Christopher Hawthorne, Kathleen Gray, Karin Verspoor
Journal article | 2019 | Studies in Health Technology and Informatics
Exposomics is a field of research which is receiving growing attention. In this work, we characterize the exposome research landsc..
Consumer Wearable Information and Health Self Management by Older Adults.
Ann Borda, Cecily Gilbert, Kathleen Gray, Deepa Prabhu
Journal article | 2018 | Studies in Health Technology and Informatics
BACKGROUND: The present study was undertaken to build an evidence base focusing on an ageing population who are using or have used..
Building an ecoinformatics platform to support climate change adaptation in Victoria
Christopher Pettit, Steve Williams, Ian Bishop, Jean-Philippe Aurambout, ABM Russel, Anthony Michael, Subhash Sharma, David Hunter, Pang Choung Chan, Colin Enticott, Ann Borda, David Abramson
Journal article | 2013 | Future Generation Computer Systems
High definition 3D telemedicine: the next frontier?
Andrew Stranieri, Richard Collmann, Ann Borda
Journal article | 2012 | Studies in Health Technology and Informatics
Evidence from the literature indicates that the degree of immersion often referred to as the "sense of being there" experienced by..
Honours, Awards and Fellowships
Awarded under EPIC Expert Visit as part of the Horizon 2020 programme. URL: epicproject.eu
The Centre for Scientific Enterprise London
FACHI - Fellow of the Australasian College of Health Informaticians
Medicine, Dentistry And Health Sciences
Melbourne Medical School
Melbourne Medical School
Health Informatics Society Of Australia
University of St Andrews
Certified Health Informatician Australasia
Australasian College of Health Informatics
University College London