Area(s) of Interest: Isaiah is an MPH candidate in the environmental health sciences division with an emphasis in ergonomics and human factors. Areas of interest include musculoskeletal disorder prevention, wearable technologies, and equipment design.
Projects: Qualitative surveys for workers using passive exoskeletons in construction
Degree Program: Master of Science in Medical Engineering Expected Graduation: 2024 Area(s) of Interest: Biomechanical design, wearable technology, programming for healthcare innovation Projects: Leveraging EMG and IMU sensors to quantify risk factors for distal upper extremity disorders through a machine learning-based approach Desired Employment: Industry or Research
Area(s) of Interest: Javier is a Ph.D. student, visiting from Chile, in the Environmental Health Sciences department with an emphasis in Human Factor/Ergonomics at the School of Public Health. He is ...
Degree Program: Environmental Health Sciences PhD Student
Expected Graduation: 2027
Area(s) of Interest: Avinia is a Ph.D Student, visiting from Indonesia, in the environmental health sciences division with an emphasis on ergonomics and human factors. Areas of interest include occupational health and safety, musculoskeletal disorder prevention, injury prevention, and hybrid workers.
Degree Program: Masters of Information Management Systems
Expected Graduation: 2025
Area(s) of Interest: Aman is a MIMS candidate at Berkeley's iSchool focusing on UX Research, emphasizing ergonomics and human factors. Areas of interest include consumer electronics, wearable technologies, and healthcare.
Degree Program: Bachelor of ScienceExpected Graduation: 2026 Area(s) of Interest: Biomechanical design/manufacturing, wearable technology Projects: Currently working on wearable exposure measurement components of the poultry line speed evaluation study. Desired employment: Industry
Area(s) of Interest: Eileen is an MPH candidate in the Environmental Health Sciences department with a concentration in Human Factors & Ergonomics. Her areas of interest include occupational safety and health, prevention of work-related musculoskeletal disorders, and development/design of wearable technologies for healthcare.