I am a computer scientist by education, a medical informatician by education and profession, and a fascinated researcher in healthcare software usability, human-computer interaction, and software engineering. I completed PhD degree in Health Informatics (Computer Applications in Healthcare) from Taipei Medical University, Taiwan, and Postdoctoral from National Central University, Taiwan. I had been involved in teaching, research, and software industries for eight and half years across four countries – Taiwan, Libya, India, Nigeria. I have worked with sophisticated healthcare information and communication technology that includes legacy mainframe to ubiquitous cloud computing. I am interested in learning, teaching, and researching in areas, such as human-computer interaction, computer applications in health care, usability of healthcare software, and software engineering. I have published seventeen papers in peer-reviewed journals, and presented sixteen conference papers in various national and international conferences. I have visited seven countries that include India, Taiwan, Libya, Nigeria, USA, UK, and Switzerland.