Project HERO a non-profit organization serving the Veterans and First Responders who suffer from PTSD is organizing a Texas challenge ride where 35 riders will try ACE lab the PTSD wearable tool on their ride from San Antonio to Houston. Read Dr. Sasangohar’s recent interview with San Antonio news HERE.
Drs. Camille Peres and Farzan Sasangohar were awarded $239,870 by the NSF to investigate team decision-making and resilience in emergency response system. ACE lab doctoral students Jukrin Moon and Changwon Son will take part in this collaborative effort between ACE lab, School of Public Health and TEEX. Read More
Changwon Son, a PhD student in ACE lab has been recognized as the 2017 Young Talent by the Resilience Engineering Association (REA). Changwon was awarded funds to attend the REA Young Talent workshop held in conjunction with the 2017 REA symposium in Liege, Belgium.
Dr. Sasangohar was featured on the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) press release. The article covers a recent article on Human Factors investigating Nested Interruptions in ICU.
Dr. Sasangohar was featured in a Fierce Healthcare article covering the nursing tool being developed at ACE-Lab to help ICU nurses and administrators with workload issues. The project was also covered by TAMU Engineering news.
Changwon Son, Ph.D. student in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Texas A&M University and a member of ACE lab, won the Best Poster Presentation award at the Texas A&M Conference on Energy. More at: http://engineering.tamu.edu/news/2016/11/22/son-wins-best-poster-presentation-award-at-inaugural-texas-am-conference-on-energy
Dr. Sasangohar and several ACE-lab members were featured in an interview by KBTX Media which aired on November 17th. The news was also covered by abc news and MedicalXpress.
ACE-lab was featured on TEES news headlines! In an interview done with TEES, Dr. Sasangohar talks about ACE-lab’s innovative approach to improve PTSD patients’ quality of life. The news article was also features on medicalxpress.
ISE news article discussed Dr. Farzan Sasangohar, Dr. Thomas Ferris and Dr. Mark Lawley’s research improving the lives of people around the world. Dr. Sasangohar’s research “Improving Intensive Care” was featured in this article.
Dr. Sasangohar wins the Best Presentation Award for his paper titled “Systematic Management of Interruptions to Nurses in an Intensive Care Unit” at the 12th Annual Symposium of Houston Human Factors and Ergonomic Society (HFES). The symposium was held at NASA Johnson Space Center.