Improving Quality of Life for Adults of All Ages
The Human Factors and Aging Laboratory focuses on understanding the fundamentals of human behavior in the context of technology interactions. Our research engages older adults in projects related to healthcare technologies; design for aging; technology acceptance; aging-in-place; technology training; human-robot interaction; and aging with perceptual, motor, or cognitive disabilities.
- Congratulations, Megan Bily!Megan Bily received an Outstanding Oral Presentation Award for her presentation “What is Aging Independently and What’s a Robot Got to do with it?” at the Undergraduate Research Symposium. Congratulations, Megan! To view the full list of awards, please click here.
- HFA Undergrads Present at Research SymposiumEight undergraduate students presented research posters from the Human Factors & Aging Laboratory at the Undergraduate Research Symposium on April 27th. Congratulations to Afnaan Afsar Ali, Divya Bhookya, Maya Dye, Husna Hussaini, Shelly Manila, Noah Olivero, Olivia Rojas, and […]
- Afnaan Featured in AHS NewsAfnaan Afsar Ali, an undergraduate research assistant in the Human Factors & Aging Laboratory, was featured in the College of Applied Health Sciences News. She was interviewed about her research poster “Understanding the Role of a Socially Assistive Robot […]
The TechSAge Minimum Battery: A multidimensional and holistic assessment of individuals aging with long-term disabilities
- The National Institutes of Health (National Institute on Aging)
- Enhancing Quality of Life for Older Adults with and without MCI through Social Engagement over Video Technology [R44 AG059450]
- The National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Nursing Research)
- Improving Hypertension Medication Adherence for Older Adults [R01NR018469]
- The Administration for Community Living, National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research, Rehabilitation Engineering Research Centers