Dr. Prophet is Professor of Art and Design at the U-M Stamps School of Art & Design. Her practice-based research and writing emerges through collaborations with life scientists such as neuroscientists, stem cell researchers, mathematicians and heart surgeons. She works across media and disciplines to produce objects and installations, frequently combining traditional and computational media to produce apps, objects and installations. Her research foci include the apparatus of contemporary neuroscience experiments, and blended online/offline identities via augmented reality and ubiquitous computing. She has contributed widely to debates about art and computation, in particular interdisciplinary collaboration. She is involved in international discussion about the role of art in higher education, in particular interdisciplinary and practice-based PhDs and the role of the academic artist-researcher. Dr. Prophet’s brings her experience with interdisciplinary research across art and science to firearm injury prevention so that teams can think about the challenge in new ways, such as collaborating with communities to redesign safer neighborhoods, using creative projects to raise awareness and creating events and artworks through which people impacted by gun violence can heal.