Congratulations to our students who presented their current work at the University of California, San Francisco Occupational and Environmental Medicine conference this week. They shared their research data during the poster session on the evening before the first conference day. The 2 day course covered a multi-topic theme: Updates in Occupational and Environmental Medicine.
Here are the students and their study topics. Learn more about these individuals on the Students Page of our website.
Frederick Houghton - "The impact of chair design on sitting behavior and usability during computer-based tasks over a prolonged bout of sitting"
Ketki Joshi - "The impact of distance learning on physical and mental health among 4th graders during the COVID-19 pandemic"
Yishu Yan - "The impact of computer mice weight on muscle activity, performance, and preferences when gaming"
Dominic Pina Montes - "Exoskeleton Use: Perspective from Spanish speaking construction workers"
Constancia Dominguez - "The relationship between safety climate and mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic in the grocery industry using and item response theory modeling approach"