Renee Hendricks

Renee Hendricks

Teaching Assistant Professor

PhD, Industrial and Systems Engineering, Binghamton University

Room 4168, 614 E. Daniel St.

Other professional appointments

  • Faculty Affiliate, Illinois informatics

Research focus

Public health informatics; explainable and interpretable algorithms; fuzzy logic; process mining; and human-computer interaction.


Renee Hendricks joined the iSchool faculty in 2022. Previously, Hendricks worked as a systems engineer at the Transportation Security Administration, a biometrics analyst at the Department of Homeland Security, a test and evaluation branch chief at Customs and Border Protection, a research and development manager at the Federal Aviation Administration, and a research fellow at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

Prior to her federal government work, she was a faculty member at Purdue University, teaching in the aeronautical program and conducting research in biometrics and aviation security.

Office hours

By appointment, please contact professor

Publications & Papers

Hendricks, Renee, and Mohammad Khasawneh. "A systematic review of Parkinson’s disease cluster analysis research." Aging and disease 12.7 (2021): 1567.
Hendricks, Renee., and Mohammad Khasawneh. "An Investigation into the Use and Meaning of Parkinson’s Disease Clinical Scale Scores." Parkinson’s Disease 2021 (2021).
Hendricks, Renee, and Mohammad Khasawneh. "Cluster Analysis of Categorical Variables of Parkinson’s Disease Patients." Brain Sciences 11.10 (2021): 1290.