Drishty is a lecturer in data science and artificial intelligence. She was awarded her PhD in Software Engineering from Kingston University, London. Her research focused on the design and evaluation of m-health systems for patients with chronic conditions.
Drishty has been working on the WELCOME EU funded project (2013-2017), which aimed at providing an integrated care platform to support COPD patients suffering from different comorbidities in five EU countries, as part of her doctoral thesis. Her work included implementation and testing of IoT solutions, wearables and mobile application development to improve lifestyle and self-management of the chronic condition. She has also developed an Android application (CANAdvice) to help cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy treatment to self-manage their side effects and receive real-time advice from the platform.
Drishty is a member of the Technical Program Committee for IEEE Global Communications (Globecom 2018) and a member of the British Computer Society. She has presented her work at several local and international conferences.
A full list of Drishty's publications can be found on her LinkedIn profile.
Drishty's research interests lie in artificial intelligence (machine learning), Internet of Things (IoT), user experience and usability testing methods, m-health, behavioural change management, and decision support systems in the health sector.