Thomas Nind

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Software Programmer

Biography

I am a software programmer with 6 years experience of academic research as a part time research assistant, part time PhD student at the School of Computing, University of Dundee (2006-2012).  During this time I worked on a number of research projects working with image data, clinical records systems, internet interventions and mobile development.  I was also actively engaged in the teaching of programming and research methods to undergraduate students.

In March 2013 I moved to the HIC Services to join a multi-disciplinary team working on the Health electronic Research Centre's (HeRC) initiative from the Medical Research Council (MRC).  This project aims to develop software for storage, maintenance and linkage of huge data sets including health information, genomic data and clinical images.

Publications

  • Nind, T., Hanson, V., Mckenna, S., Ricketts, I., Wyatt, J., Gibson, L., & Moncur, W. (2012). Health Website Quality?: Towards Automated Analysis. Digital Engagement.
  • Nind, T. J., Ricketts, I. W., Sniehotta, F. F., Wyatt, J. C., & Cole, S. (2012). Do Credibility Cues Affect the Persuasiveness of a Web Site? Symposium: Influencing People with Information. Aberdeen. 
  • Nind, T., Wyatt, J., Ricketts, I., Mcpate, P., & Liu, J. (2009). Website credibility and intervention effectiveness. Proceedings of the Symposium Persuasive Technology and Digital Behaviour Intervention Symposium A symposium at the AISB 2009 Convention (pp. 36–39). Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh: SSAISB: The Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behaviour. Retrieved fromhttp://www.aisb.org.uk/convention/aisb09/Proceedings/PERSUASIVE/FILES/Proceedings.pdf