The article published in collaboration with Houston Methodist Hospital evaluating the exacerbation of physician burnout during the COVID-19 pandemic was featured in a Texas A&M Engineering article. Researchers recommended options to reduce physician burnout which included but were not limited to national disaster mitigation plans and using wearable sensors to monitor physician’s mental health and […]
Dr. Sasangohar received the 2020 TEES Research Impact Award. The annual “Research Impact Awards” program is intended to highlight research that has had an impact, broadly defined as leading to outcomes that extend beyond conventional boundaries (e.g., publications of funding). Examples of this kind of impact may include, but are not limited to solving a […]
Congratulations to Changwon Son for passing his proposal defense. Changwon’s dissertation will analyze Work-as-Imagined (WAI) and Work-as-Done (WAD) of incident management teams by developing an analytical method to incorporate interactions between cognitive system components.
Dr. Sasangohar discussed how wearable continuous monitoring tools may revolutionize mental heath care in an exclusive interview with Healio Psychiatry. The article published HERE, discussed ACE Lab’s research efforts and the mHELP program. Healio Psychiatry is a popular medical news platform for healthcare professionals.
Dr. Sasangohar is the recipient of this year’s Engineering Teaching Award at TAMU. Engineering teaching award recognize teaching excellence by engineering faculty. This awards is not limited to classroom performance, but also encompass a wide range of activities including undergraduate and graduate teaching, graduate advising, and academic materials development at all levels.
Dr. Sasangohar’s interview with KBTX on mental health solutions for college students was featured in the ASEE First Bell; the official newsletter for the American Society of Engineering Education.
Dr. Sasangohar appeared in a live KBTX News interview to discuss our efforts in mitigating college students’ mental health issues. The full interview can be accessed HERE.
Researchers at Texas A&M are developing a tool that could allow students to monitor their mental health through their smartwatch.
ACE Lab Ph.D. student Changwon Son is one of the 3 HFES members who were selected to participate in the Emerging Leader Program. As part of the program, Changwon will attend the HFES Executive Council meeting and is mentored by an EC member. Congratulations Changwon!