Aimee Roundtree

Aimee Roundtree


Aimee Roundtree is an Associate Professor at Texas State University, where she teaches courses in medical and science writing, usability testing, social media, digital theory, publishing and accessibility. She has helped with social media campaigns for organizations including the Association of Teachers of Technical Writing. She also serves as a medical writer and qualitative researcher in the Texas Medical Center, where she has participated on research teams at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Baylor College of Medicine, and the Houston Center for Quality of Care and Utilization Studies. She has also been a communications specialist for the Texas Medical Foundation. She is currently working on several projects pertaining to health- and science-related uses of social media, simulation, and big data, as well as agency and autonomy in public response to advances in medicine and science.


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Shaping Decisions: Writing and Designing Technical Decision Support 1 Hours June 8, 2016

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