Wen Mo is a PhD candidate at the Global Disability Innovation Hub and UCL Interaction Centre (UCLIC). With a background in Human-Computer Interaction and an interest in design, Wen’s PhD focuses on investigating how to measure the impact and tell stories of using assistive technology in Low and Middle-Income Countries (LMICs). Her PhD is funded by the AT2030 programme and specifically focuses on wheelchair users. She also collaborates with other researchers in doing research about gaming for mental health and wellbeing. Wen’s PhD is supervised by Dr Aneesha Singh, Dr Youngjun Cho and Prof Catherine Holloway.
She is also a big fan of animation and volunteered at Woman in Animation.