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 of varying abilities and experiences in projects related to healthcare; design for aging; technology acceptance; aging-in-place; training and instructional support; and human-robot interaction.
- Congratulations, Renato!Congratulations to HFA postdoctoral research associate Dr. Renato Azevedo. He was selected as the CREATE Trainee Pilot Grant recipient for this year. The title of his grant is “Meta-Analyses of mHealth Applications for Older Adults: Technology Enhancing Health Maintenance and […]
- HFES Aging Technical Group LuncheonSeveral HFA Lab members had the opportunity to network attending the Aging Technical Group Luncheon at the Human Factors & Ergonomics Society meeting in Washington DC on October 24. To learn more about HFES, please click here.
- Human Factors & Aging Lab Represented at HFESGraduate student Mimi Trinh represented the Human Factors & Aging Laboratory at the Human Factors & Ergonomics Society International Annual Meeting. Click here to learn more about joining our team, or click here to learn more about our research.
- 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